Hi everyone, this is Connie Kresin Campbell from Freemotion by the River and I am back with a neat table topper made using the GO! Qube Mix & Match 12” Block set. I am really having a lot of fun using the Qube in its handy self-contained storage system. I recently bought some higher Ikea storage systems and I really like the height for my GO! Big Electric Fabric Cutter.
Spring is in the air, so we are sharing a few of our favorite patterns featuring big and bold beautiful flowers. These patterns really showcase the versatility of your GO! dies and just how creative you can get when using them to make all sorts of things. For instance, you can use the GO! Orange Peel die to make a wonderful array of petals, or you can just go straight for a flower die like the GO! Tulip. In addition to the GO! Tulip die, we have a nice assortment of other GO! flower appliqué dies. Furthermore, by using a combination of GO! strip cutter and square dies you can create an even more dynamic quilt.
It’s Erin from House on Hill Road. I'm back today with the final two borders of the medallion quilt I started in January and added to in February. Again, I am using my 12” Qube dies and GO! Cutter for this entire quilt project.
Hi, this is Bea from Beaquilter again. I'm here to show another tutorial for a cute spring quilt made using the GO! Qube Mix & Match 8" Block, the GO! Drunkard's Path-4" die and the GO! Strip Cutter-2 1/2" die. Even though the Qube is 8" I thought outside the "box" and made the block 16" instead, here the quilt consists of 4 blocks, and with the GO! dies it went together super quickly!