Learn Wool Techniques Using Serendipity

Jun 3, 2016 4:00:00 PM / by AccuQuilt

With the GO! Qube Blooming Block Quilt Pattern that comes with the GO! Qube Specialty Set - Serendipity by Edyta Sitar, you will learn Edyta's techniques for using wool in your GO! Fabric Cutter. Wool is thicker than most other fabric material; therefore, you should only run 1-2 layers through your GO! You don't even have to use fusible web for wool since it's felted, and there is no need to worry about frayed edges. 

For your convenience, you can find out the number of layers recommended for various fabric types by checking the "Overview" tab for each fabric cutter page. See example below. 

 

 

In the images below, Edyta prepares 1-2 layers of wool for the GO! Isn't that the cutest little flower? You can make your bloom as big as you like, so just keep cutting and adding flowers to your flower basket until you kick your addiction to making them! You are going to have a lot of fun cutting these little shapes, especially when you realize the pure torture you'd experience trying to cut them by hand. Your fabric scraps will also enjoy having a place to GO! See, there is no such thing as fabric waste.

 

 

When you buy the GO! Qube Specialty Set- Serendipity by Edyta Sitar, you will have access to 14 amazing videos from Edyta who not only shows you how to make her designs, but she also reminds you how to place and cut fabric on your GO! Further, many of the smaller shapes included in Serendipity are perfect for cutting wool shapes. This Specialty Set is a must-have for your collection. 

 

Topics: GO! Technique Tutorials

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