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This Quilted Halloween Witch Pillow is Spellbinding

Sep 6, 2019 7:54:59 AM / by Melanie Call posted in GO! Getter, Limited Edition, Halloween

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Hi AccuQuilt friends! I'm Melanie from A Bit of Scrap Stuff and I'm so excited to share a tutorial on how you can build your own witch by combining a few AccuQuilt dies! I love being able to use my AccuQuilt dies for new ideas- they are so versatile! Plus, I think this Witchy Pillow is perfect for just a bit of cute spooky for Halloween!

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Beach-Worthy Lined Bag with the GO! Summer Medley & GO! Emoji

Aug 8, 2019 8:30:15 AM / by Denise Looney posted in Applique, GO! Getter, Limited Edition

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Whether you live near the beach or cool off at the city pool this summer, don't forget the #1 accessory...your beach bag. Today I'm sharing instructions for a quick finish bag. Never made a bag with a lining? That's okay, I promise it will be easy.

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Quilted, Reversible Table Setting Placemats for Kids

Aug 6, 2019 7:55:04 AM / by Kristina Brinkerhoff posted in placemats, GO! Getter, Limited Edition

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Hi! It's Kristina from Center Street Quilts and I'm excited to be sharing a quick tutorial today using the new GO! Fork-Knife-Spoon Limited Edition Die (55261). My kids take turns setting the table for dinner each night and when I saw the die, I knew it would be perfect for making place setting placemats to help my kids remember how to set the table! These placemats are super fast to whip up, are reversible and are sure to be a hit with your kids or grandkids.

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Pack Your Picnic with the GO! Fork-Knife-Spoon Die

Jul 3, 2019 8:16:15 AM / by Jennifer Strauser posted in Quilt tutorial, GO! Getter, Limited Edition

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Have you seen the new AccuQuilt GO! Fork-Knife-Spoon die (55261) yet? It is adorable. As soon as I saw it, a whole bunch of projects popped into my head. My favorite idea was a picnic quilt. I always loved going on picnics as a child. There is something so special about being able to have a casual meal while relaxing in nature. I’m a little bit more jaded as an adult - the logistics of a picnic get me worked up. It’s my own fault - I’m no longer satisfied with a PB&J and a juice box. I need fruit, crackers, cheese (and a cheese board and knife), maybe a charcuterie plate, some wine.... 

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