Who Else Wants to Cut up to 25 Fabric Strips in Seconds?

Dec 9, 2016 9:00:00 AM / by AccuQuilt posted in Studio Product Tutorials

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There are so many things you can do with the Studio Strip Cutter - 2 1/2" die. You can make the most basic quilts, or try quilt patterns like the Rail Fence or Log Cabin. Additionally, you can make your borders and binding with them. With the Studio Strip Cutter - 2 1/2", you can cut up to 25 perfect strips in seconds. It's the best quilting tool for making jelly roll strips for jelly roll quilts, too.

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Mrs. Claus Wants a New GO! Big Qubed Starter Set

Dec 8, 2016 2:51:03 PM / by AccuQuilt posted in Top Picks

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Mrs. Claus wants a New GO! Big Qubed Starter Set. At least the mysterious copy of the letter received at AccuQuilt seems to indicate that. We don't know who sent it to us, but we hope she gets what she wants for Christmas. Just in case you fall in love with the New GO! Qubed Starter Set too, you might want to give this letter to your favorite Santa. (Maybe under his pillow, in the car, in his golf bag, in his tool box)?

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Table Runner using AccuQuilt GO! Qube Serendipity Set by Edyta Sitar

Dec 8, 2016 8:58:00 AM / by Connie Campbell posted in accuquilt, AccuQuilt Fabric Cutters, AccuQuilt GO!, Edyta Sitar, freemotion by the river, GO! Project Tutorials, GO! Qube, quilt, table runner, tutorial

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Hi everyone, it is Connie from Freemotion by the River and today I have a fast and easy table runner using AccuQuilt GO! Qube Serendipity Set by Edyta Sitar.  You’ll also find all kinds of quilting tutorials, quilt patterns, and other things on my blog.

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LUKE Haynes Quiltllaborations Exhibit

Dec 5, 2016 9:30:53 AM / by AccuQuilt posted in AccuQuilt Gallery, AccuQuilt Gallery Exhibits, Blue Ribbon Designs, freemotion by the river, GO! Big Electric Fabric Cutter

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We are honored to welcome the LUKE Haynes Quiltllaborations Exhibit to the AccuQuilt Gallery. Quiltllaborations is a series of collaborative projects that LUKE Haynes worked on with other artists and quilters. Haynes did most of the piecing, while artists like Liz Tran and Carlos Jesus Dominguez provided the painting elements on a couple of quilts. Quilters Libs Elliott and Heidi Parkes also worked with Haynes on piecing one quilt each.

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