Christmas Project

Posts about Christmas Project and more.

Holiday Greetings with Homemade Hanging Door Banners

Dec 2, 2020 4:02:20 PM / by Marjorie Busby posted in Applique, Christmas Project, GO! Qube Mix & Match, Winter, GO! Getter

8 Comments

You know how much I love yard flags, door banners and wall hangings. These homemade banners are a perfect holiday decoration for a covered porch entry door, an inside door in your home or as a wall hanging. 

Read More

GO! for Luxury with a Holiday Stocking

Dec 18, 2019 7:15:00 AM / by Terri Vanden Bosch posted in Christmas Project, GO! Getter

7 Comments

Holiday greetings from AccuQuilt and Terri at Lizard Creek Quilting. Friends, I'm going to share how to make a luxurious holiday stocking using the new GO! Santa Stocking die (55854) along with some tips on working with unusual fabrics.

Read More

GO! Heather Feather Christmas Tree

Dec 5, 2019 7:45:00 AM / by Suzy Webster posted in Christmas Project, GO! Getter

7 Comments

Suzy Webster of Websterquilt here! I love Christmas and decorating for Christmas. Even though I have lots of holiday quilts, I always want to make new ones each season. I think it’s part of getting into the spirit for me. This year I made a table topper using Sarah Vedeler’s GO! Heather Feather Border Collection Die (55414).

Read More

Deck the Halls with a Festive Christmas Table Topper Tutorial

Oct 11, 2018 9:00:00 AM / by Bea Lee posted in GO! Qube, Christmas Project, table topper

0 Comments

Hi it's Bea from Beaquilter.com and I'm here to show you a fun and simple table topper made from the GO! Qube™ Mix and Match 10" Block. It's 20" x 20" finished.

Read More

Christmas Cottage Cushion - A Holiday Quilting Tutorial

Nov 25, 2015 9:00:21 AM / by Belinda Karls-Nace posted in Beginner, GO! Rectangle, GO! Schoolhouse, machine applique, Pillow, Blue Ribbon Designs, Christmas Project, Fabric Cutters, GO! Isosceles Triangle, Holidays, Tutorials, Winter

2 Comments

Hello quilters and fellow sewing enthusiasts! My name is Belinda Karls-Nace and I am back as guest writer on the AccuQuilt Blog today. For those of you that are unfamiliar with my work,  I'm a quilting and needlework designer, creator, finisher, and teacher (and the author of the Samplings from a Blue Ribbon Girl blog)...and lucky enough to design projects and create quilt samples for AccuQuilt.

Read More

Carla Hamilton Is Quilting Again

Nov 16, 2015 3:00:25 PM / by Lynette Griffin posted in Quilter’s Spotlight, Quilting, Christmas Project, fabric, fabric cutter, longarming

5 Comments

Quilter Carla Hamilton came in for a tour of AccuQuilt recently and she inspired us with her incredible tenacity and positive outlook on life even in the face of a disability that halted her ability to quilt. Carla, 68, has been visually impaired for the past seven years and had completely given up on quilting because she couldn't see well enough to cut fabric without risking injury to herself. However, approximately two and a half years ago, Carla’s friend Mary introduced her to the GO! and Carla immediately went to purchase one for herself. She’s been on a quilting roll ever since, making an impressive 27 personalized quilts for her family members last Christmas. She had no idea a fabric cutting system even existed for quilters, and now she’s in a full blown love affair with her GO!

Read More