After you've created a beautiful quilt top and sandwiched the batting and backing then quilted it all together, you need the perfect binding to finish your work. It can be a bit of a challenging piece to the process, especially since it's one of the last steps to completing your project. In this post, I'll go into how to prepare fabric and begin binding with your machine, plus I'll share a few tried and true secrets to save you some time!
Hi, Jen from DizzyQuilter.com here and I want to share my favorite system for laying out pattern. My Ready. Set. GO! came with an GO! Qube 8" Mix & Match Block, which includes lovely pattern cards, a booklet, and a book by Eleanor Burns with more patterns. However, I like to go my own way, which means I think outside the box when it comes to using my AccuQuilt products. I haven’t memorized what pieces I have yet, and how they fit together. I’m sure there are resources to help me with all of this, but I came up with a simple, more playful solution.
Hi Quilting Friends! My name is Emily from @homemadeemilyjane and I've been using AccuQuilt for a few months now. Some of my favorite aspects of using AccuQuilt over more traditional cutting techniques are the extreme time savings and insane accuracy! Since getting my AccuQuilt fabric cutter, I have had a ton of fun making a Pillow/Wall Hanging Duo and also some adorable Baby Shower Gifts, just to name a few!
Hello! I am so very happy to share my first tutorial with the AccuQuilt community. Allow me to introduce myself; I'm Kelly Cole the creator of Vintage Fabric Studio where I refresh, prep, and package vintage sheets and fabric with quilters in mind. I had the pleasure of using the Block on Board® (BOB®) die named GO! Hattie's Choice-8" Finished (#55220) to make the cutest wall hanging or table topper sized quilt.