A History of the Drunkard's Path Quilt Patterns

Apr 22, 2017 12:00:00 AM / by AccuQuilt posted in Education

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A historical look at these time-honored quilt patterns from ancient times to today

The drunkard’s path quilt patterns are a popular favorite among more experienced quilters who love a bit of a challenge. Characterized by its zig zag pattern made of curved fabric pieces, this pattern resembles the path a staggering drunk might take on his way home. If you don’t know the origin of this creative pattern, the history is both fascinating and surprising.

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Tips to Keep Quilting Fabric Cutting Dies in Tip-Top Shape

Apr 21, 2017 9:00:00 AM / by AccuQuilt posted in Education, GO! Product Tutorials


How to Maintain your Quilting Fabric Cutting Dies to Keep Them in Great Shape

Quality dies are a vital part of any quilting kit. It’s hard to imagine creating a quilt without them! Your AccuQuilt fabric cutting dies can last for hundreds of cuts if you take care of them. To ensure your dies will last and that you can use them repeatedly, follow these simple guidelines. 

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Interested in Making the Best Quilt Possible?

Apr 18, 2017 1:00:00 PM / by AccuQuilt posted in Education, GO! Product Tutorials


How AccuQuilt Will Help You Make a Better Quilt!

Are you interested in making the best quilt possible? AccuQuilt has got you covered. It's the single most helpful place quilters can visit to find helpful cutting tips, a wealth of information and quality, useful cutting products that will enable you to create impressive quilts. 

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Learn How to Quilt in the Hoop with Your Embroidery Machine

Apr 17, 2017 12:00:00 AM / by Marjorie Busby posted in GO! Project Tutorials, Marjorie Busby


A Fun Quilt Tutorial for Your Embroidery Machine

This is a fun tutorial showing you how to use your embroidery machine to “quilt in the hoop”. The quilting is done with your embroidery machine for both applique and pieced blocks made with the AccuQuilt GO! Qube Mix and Match 6 inch Block Set. Each block is appliqued or pieced and then quilted individually. The quilted blocks are joined by sashing strips. The best part is that when the blocks and rows are joined, the quilting is also done and the quilt is finished. 

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