Hi everyone! I am Elizabeth from Simple Simon and Company and today I have a fast and simple Christmas tree skirt project that is the perfect craft for everyone----because there is no sewing involved! I love to make one new thing for the house every Christmas (although I always plan for more than one ;) because I love to get out the boxes and bins the next year and see all the crafts from years passed. And hopefully it adds to the Christmas spirit around the house---with touches of handmade love spread throughout.
Hi everyone! It’s Erin Harris from House on Hill Road back to share another quick project made using my AccuQuilt GO! Cutter. These sets of six coasters make a fantastic hostess or teacher gift and sew up in little time. They are great for using up scraps and take just one cutting die. Because each set takes one pass through the cutter, I often set up a few sets at a time and sew them assembly-line style. I decided to use six different holiday fabrics to make these sets fun and festive, but anything goes! If you want all of your coasters exactly the same, use two or four fabrics for the fronts. Pressed for time? Cut both the fronts and the backs using the square portion of the die for reversible coasters!
Hi! It's Sherri from A Quilting Life, and I'm here today to share a fun table topper I made with the AccuQuilt GO! Log Cabin-12" die. I've made lots of log cabin projects using a lot of different techniques before, and I was excited to try the AccuQuilt system for this block. I was really pleased with everything about the log cabin die...it was easy to use and made constructing my log cabin blocks go quickly! I love that these strips are cut at 1 1/2" making them usable for all sorts of other projects, too. You can make up to a 12" log cabin block using this die; however, you can also make smaller blocks by using fewer strips. For today's project I made 9" finished blocks by using all of the strips in the lower section of the die and just the smallest strip in the upper section of the die.