Four Quilt Fabric Projects to Help Use Up Your Fabric Stash
Quilt fabric is a blank canvas for any quilter. So many possibilities lie in that stack of quilting fabric. Your GO! Fabric Cutter and a host of fun AccuQuilt dies take the hassle out of cutting those colorful quilt fabrics down. It’s now simply the turn of a crank or push of a button.
With the fabric shapes cut, all you need to focus on is the pattern you’ll use and the layout of the colors. Technology is fantastic, isn’t it? Speaking of patterns, if you’re looking for a few, AccuQuilt has you covered.
Here are four project ideas to whip up that will whittle down your quilt fabric stash in no time flat.
Christmas Stripes- Simple is so beautifully executed in this strip quilt type design. It’s perfect for the beginner, and a solid standard for any smaller project it’s applied to.
With handy angled guide lines, the AccuQuilt GO! 2 ½” Strip Cutter makes fast work of cutting your quilt fabric down. You can make this into different sized quilts. With a few stitches and a handle, you could even get a bit crafty and make a tote bag.
Chisel Quilts- In this video, AccuQuilt's Erica and Lynn, show their favorite way to bust those quilt fabrics: the Chisel quilt. With the easy to use GO! 12" GO! Qube Mix & Match Set and the GO! Qube 12" Companion- Classics, you can make flawless points. Reaping all the benefits of this intricate looking pattern in a fraction of the time? Yes, please!
Churn Dash Quilts
Churn Dash Quilts- A perfect use for your fat quarters is this GO! Churn Dash Baby Quilt pattern. It seamlessly weaves together to create a lovely design that will give a variety of looks depending on the quilt fabric combinations. This classic Block on Board die includes all of the shapes needed to make this quilt. The pattern is included on the packaging of the die GO! Big Churn Dash (55459). Making this beauty will be so speedy, your coffee may still be warm by the time you’re done. It’s perfect for beginning quilt maker.
Bed Runners are an easy way to dress up any bed without making a whole quilt. The GO! 12" GO! Row House Bed Runner Quilt really is the way to go. Maybe you don’t have enough fabric for a full-sized quilt, but you’re itching to get a quilting project started. This project makes a pretty, traditional bed runner using minimal backing fabric . You'll want to make several in different colorways, since these make fantastic gifts,too.
Cut Time. Quilt More.
The cutting part of the quilting process is laborious and time consuming. You work hard to get the perfect cut – carefully measuring each piece, and enduring hand, arm and back strain as you cut multiple shapes.
Your rotary cutter requires you to pay close attention to the blade and ruler while cutting. Any slips of either can cause inaccurate cuts and wasted fabric.
You wish you could get to the sewing part faster… It's Time to GO!