This is Marjorie Busby from bluefeatherquiltstudio.com, and I want to share an updated machine embroidery project using the new GO! Classic 2" Alphabet Uppercase Set Die (55559). All the letters are on one die and it is fun and easy to personalize any project in as many ways as you like using words. Just look around and you will see word quilts everywhere and there is no better way to create a word quilt than to use an alphabet die which makes your cuts effortless and accurate.
Greetings fellow quilters, sewists, and AccuQuilt enthusiasts - it's me, Belinda from Blue Ribbon Designs and the Samplings from a Blue Ribbon Girl blog, stopping by for my latest guest post. I am back today to share another one of my AccuQuilt pattern creations - my Snow Buddies Quilted Table Runner.
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.
Hi, I'm Bea Lee . . . an avid blogger/quilter at Beaquilter. I'm happy to be a guest blogger for AccuQuilt and always look forward to playing with new GO! dies, because they make it SEW much easier to assemble a quilt top. I also do tutorials/highlights for GO! dies on my blog on the 15th of every month. Here's a quick and easy project that will look great on your table or as a hostess gift if you are NOT the one cooking this Thanksgiving. I won't be cooking, as I'll have my 4th baby a few days before Thanksgiving, but still I couldn't resist making something quick for this holiday. If you make these pumpkin pot holders, I'd love to see pictures! Thanks for having me and reading this.