Friday, February 27, 2015

Go Big ! Electric Fabric Cutter Blog Hop

Today it's my turn to share a project using the GO! Big Electric Cutter and the 10" Big Square Die, for the GO! Big Blog Hop...



{Full Disclosure:  Accuquilt sent me the GO! Big Electric Cutter and the 10" Big Square Die, along with some fabulous Downton Abbey Fabric from Andover Fabrics, for this project.} 


 

Here she is ready to GO! 




I grabbed this little stash of random fabrics that needed to be sorted and organized into my scrap stash.  




One of my goals for the year is to use what I have and finish up all my unfinished projects/works in progress!  {I think sewing with my scraps is my most favorite thing to sew....}


I decided to sew up some super scrappy blocks.  No rhyme or reason, just sew and keep sewing until I had a block a bit larger than 10" .  Each block is different and totally scrappy! 



I found some great scraps in my little stash of odds and ends that tied in perfectly with the Downton Abbey Fabrics! 

I try and keep a few baby quilts on hand. Seems like there are always baby's to give them to. And my baby quilt gift giving shelf was running a bit low on them. So I decided to make 12 - 10" blocks with a border for a scrappy baby quilt..

And this is where the cool part comes in! I used the GO! BIG 10" Square Die to trim my scrappy blocks!  



Once the blocks were a little bigger than 10". I layed them on the 10" Big Square Die and ran them through the Cutter.  


And Wah Lah! 



Perfect Scrappy 10" Squares!

It made sewing the 12 squares together, easy peasy! And I've never trimmed 12 squares that fast before! It. was. AWESOME. 


I added a little aqua flange around the scrappy part of the quilt and a 6" finished border. 


I used 2 1/2" squares from my scrappy odds and ends pile to make the binding. And I love it!


Another quilt on the Baby Quilt Gift Shelf.... Did I mention I love sewing with my scraps?! And using the GO! BIG cutter with the 10" Big Square Die was so cool... I'll totally be doing this again!  In fact, I have a table runner in the works, I'll share with you soon!  
[Using the same technique!}

I was pretty impressed with the new electric version of the GO! Big Cutter.... 

This is what AccuQuilt has to say bout their newest cutter: 


The GO! Big is AccuQuilt’s fastest cutter giving you the ability to cut two 6” wide dies side by side at the same time.  

It is safe and easy to use. 

It maximizes efficiency and alleviates hand and arm strain.  

All GO! Dies can be used in the GO! Big, plus there are 5 NEW GO! BIG dies that are used exclusively with the GO! Big. 

The larger die boards allow you to cut a 12 ½” finished block with just one die.

If you're interested in the cutter or die... You can find them at these links... 


And If you'd like to follow along with the rest of the participants of the GO! BIG Blog Hop... here is the schedule...


Monday Feb. 23rd: Bea Lee - http://www.beaquilter.com/ - GO! Big Snails Trail – 12” Finished
Tuesday Feb. 24th – Haley Pierson Cox – The Zen of Making - http://www.thezenofmaking.com/ - GO! Big Circle – 4”, 6”, 7”, 8”
Wednesday Feb. 25th – Lee Monroe - http://www.maychappell.com/ - GO! Big Double Wedding Ring – 12 ½” Finished
Thursday Feb. 26th – Angela Pingel – Cut To Pieces - http://cuttopieces.blogspot.com/ - GO! Big Churn Dash – 12” Finished
Friday Feb. 27th – Jodi Nelson – Pleasant Home - http://www.pleasant-home.com/ - GO! Big Square – 10” (9 ½” Finished)
Saturday Feb. 28th – Connie Campbell – Free Motion by the River - http://www.conniekresin.com/ - GO! Big Snails Trail – 12” Finished
Sunday March 1st – Sherri McConnell – A Quilting Life - http://www.aquiltinglife.com/ - GO! Big Churn Dash – 12” Finished
Monday March 2nd – Belinda Karls-Nace – Blue Ribbon Designs - http://blueribbondesigns.blogspot.com/ - GO! Big Square – 10” (9 ½” Finished)
Tuesday March 3rd - Karen Way – Sew Many Ways - http://sewmanyways.blogspot.com/ - GO! Big Double Wedding Ring – 12 ½” Finished
Wednesday March 4th – Elizabeth Evans – Simple Simon and Co. - http://www.simplesimonandco.com/ - GO! Big Churn Dash – 12” Finished

Happy Thursday!!! And Happy Sewing !!!

ooxx`jodi





156 comments:

Eliza said...

I've never used a fancy cutter before. Right now I am working on an adult size string quilt and lots of knitting...

Eliza said...

I've never used a fancy cutter before. Right now I am working on an adult size string quilt and lots of knitting...

Betsy said...

I like the options that are now available with the Go cutter. I am working on several projects. One that is on my top priority is a round log cabin called beads

Dorothy Thornton said...

I have the go, big cutter and 10" die. Never thought about using it to trim a block. Think I am going to dig in my scraps and make a scrappy quilt of 10" squares. Thanks for the chance to win

mb-RI said...

Wow - what a great cutter! I will definitely look into this. What a great tool to organize all my scraps!!!

Heide said...

What great looking Fabric! Lovely quilt too. I am working on a jelly roll quilt (tutorial 3 dudes). Thanks for the chance.

Chris@Cats On My Quilts said...

With arthritis in my hands I really need this cutter. Going to have to look into it.

Jeanie said...

Cute block! And your fabrics make it extra special. Thanks for the chance to have some of that great fabric!

Sheila Howard said...

Have never used a tool like this because I thought it would take me longer to learn how to use it than to cut my fabric with a rotary cutter.
Now I am thinking, maybe not.
Thank you for the giveaway, the fabric is lovely.

Julie V said...

I'm working on a cross quilt with Tula Pink fabric right now... top is done and doing one really big cross for the back. Thanks for the opportunity; the fabrics are quite lovely.

Barb H said...

Like you, I love sewing with my scraps. And I love the Downton Abby fabrics--almost as much as I like the show itself!

Karen H said...

I have the Accuquilt Go, and I really like it. I imagine the Go Big would be even better.

Andrea H. said...

Cute quilt! I am hand quilting now and working on a smocked Easter dress for my daughter. Got to move faster on the dress or I'll miss Easter!

Kathryn said...

My wrists are giving me trouble, and this would be great. I can see my husband giving me a hand with the cranking! thanks so much for this great giveaway.

Renea said...

I am working on a scrappy quilt using 1.5 inch strips. Love your quilt!! Thanks for the great giveaway.

Nancy said...

I have seen this new Go Big cutter in my quilting magazines and would love to have one sitting in my sewing room. Thanks for the chance to maybe own one.

Sheppard said...

Wow! this is great. squaring up a block like this would be fantastic fun!

Sandra Lynn said...

Using the cutter to trim your blocks is genius! I <3 the idea!

sunny said...

Very cute quilt! And so quick and easy.

Linda Cates said...

Thanks for the opportunity! I'm working on a hexagon quilt. Love to have a cutter to help with those pieces!

tjm24271 said...

Oh my, you have given me so many ideas. Currently I am working on my new quilting studio and adding a half bath to make it the perfect get away for my days off. Can't wait to get back to sewing and quilting.

Brenda said...

I am now thinking I should think about this cutter. I love your baby quilt! And I want to do one a month this year for the same reason you said, they are nice to have ready and waiting when that bundle of joy arrives!!
This post has given me something to think about!!! And the fact that you can use the other cutters with this one is wonderful!!!
10" I see is a popular size to buy, so why not make your own out of your fabrics!!!

QuiltShopGal said...

Yummy fabrics. The GO! Big certainly looks powerful. Love the size.

QuiltShopGal
www.quiltshopgal.com

Anya said...

I'm hand-stitching a binding right now. Thanks for the chance!

Susan Smith said...

I love how easy your blocks look. I'm currently working on a churn dash project and an online quilt along with Melissa Corry.

Sue D said...

Beautiful baby quilt--love the mix of fabrics. I,too, am working on old projects.
slrdowney at hotmail dot com

Teresa Hafenbrack said...

Love the fabric and love the show ♥️

Betsy said...

Lovely quilt. Great use for the 10" die.

Jenny said...

what a terrific idea! eureka! i love this idea...im currently working on a quilt for the local SPCA upcoming fundraiser. thanks for a chance.

Joyce Carter said...

WOW! What an awesome giveaway. Thank you so much. Right now, I am actually working with my scraps making 10 inch blocks. They will be very scrappy.

annemarie said...

Lovely fabric - right now I am making a baby quilt for my grandson. I sure could use this cutter.

Beth said...

I'm just starting a big log cabin quilt for our big dog who is recovering from a tail amputation. He needs a bit of comfort.

legato1958 said...

Love your quilt, made with the help of your Go cutter. Looks like a great help.
Susie

Gill said...

Your quilt is fabulous - I love the greys!
This looks a great machine!

Lynne Laino said...

I hadn't thought of using the GO! to cut a 10" block - that's brilliant! I love your grays, such a lovely quilt.

beaquilter said...

Lovely quilt! didn't know this Downton collection had so many different fabrics, we all got fabrics that are so different from each other.

delaineelliott said...

Love your quilt. This looks like a very handy cutter - no squaring up! I am currently working on a set of 4 cushion covers for my living room. Thanks!

Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

Jude Jones said...

I love your approach. Thank you. Thank you also for the give away. I really love those fabrics.
cjudygo at hotmail

Jan said...

I am now big stitch quilting a hug sampler memory quilt for my daughter. I have been quilting for years and somehow my precious baby girl of 36 has never received on. Hoping to finished this up for her 37th birthday. I have quilted many for her daughters. I have also just finished teaching her three teen daughters to quilt. The Big cutter would sure help this disabled grandma to make quick work of my quilts. Who knows, my dear daughter might get another one before I leave for heaven. Thank you the chance to win.

Lisa said...

I love your quilt so much!! I never would have thought to use these fabrics in a baby quilt, but I can just picture a little one tucked under it! Thank you so much for the inspiration. I have the original GO cutter and I love it.

nancy b. said...

I staying in and staying warm, designing and making a tote bag for a sweet niece. I also have the orgiginal GO cutter and love it! Thanks for the giveaway!

Betty from My Irish Cottage Home said...

I love it and I also love that fabric.

Julie said...

Wow, what a wonderful giveaway. Both are great!!! Thanks

Amy said...

Pretty nifty! I've never used a cutter like that before. Thanks for the giveaway chance:)
hatlevig@integra.net

suemac said...

I just bought the regular accuquilt over Christmas when it was on sale. I am saving up for the big cutter. It is nice to use the BOB dies with scraps.

Carol said...

Oh how I would love this!

Judy said...

Have never thought of using Go Big for trimming blocks -- looks like a great idea. I'm working on baby quilts as well. Love watching Downton Abbey on Sunday nights!

Brenda said...

Looks like a fun way to cut fabric. I am working on a couple of table runners and some penny rugs right now.

Erin McSweeney said...

I would love a GO! Big Electric Cutter, how great it seems to work. Maybe one day.

erin2470@hotmail.com

Country Mom said...

Love your scrappy quilt! I love using my scrapes. The more fabric the better, I always say.

Vicki H said...

I am going to start a spring table runner.

haddie said...

I have tossed around the idea of getting a Go cutter but have not as of yet....working on a challenge right now for my guild but soon to start a new quilt for my daughter Might be the time to get it!!! Thanks for the chance to win!!!!

Samantha K said...

I love the idea of using the Go cutter to cut out scrappy blocks...oh, the possibilities.
Your quilt looks fantastic. Thanks so much for sharing.

Cheryl said...

I'm working on the Shimmer Braid quilt along from Dreamworthy Quilts only I'm using scraps, couldn't afford the Artisan Spirit Shimmer fabric right now.

Ginger said...

Fantastic, I can't believe how beautifully easy it appears to be. Makes piecing a piece of cake. Gorgeous fabric

Christine M said...

I didn't know there was a big Go Cutter. I have a Baby Go but I can imagine the big one would be a great addition to my sewing room. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

Andrea said...

I've never used an Electric Cutter before, but you make it look really useful for squaring up blocks! I'm working a few UFO's so I can start back on a quilt with a modern Churn Dash block.

Becky Schultz said...

What will they come with next? It's amazing to see the progression of cutting machines...SO FUN. I love the log cabin block, simple with so many options!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Wow! This looks fabulous! I'm working on a quilt using Island Batik fabrics. Would love to be able to cut it out with a Go. Seems like such a time saver. Thanks!

ronnie said...

I've never used a die cutter for fabric. Seems neat!

Andrea York said...

Those fabric are to die for!! So gorgeous. I've never used a cutter before-it'd be a great help with my carpal tunnel!
I am working on a quilt for my grandson-using precuts!

Kathy Davis said...

I am currently working on an I SPY quilt for a Cystic Fibrosis fundraiser.
Kathy Davis
kdavis1@centurytel.net

Tex gal said...

I just finished helping my sister cut a queen size rag quilt. Because I recently had surgery for breast cancer, I could have never cut this quilt without my Go Big! My children gave me the cutter for Christmas because I do not have the strength to use my Go. I love this machine.

Kristine said...

I'm trying to do my first machine binding but not having much success :( but thanks for showing the die machine. It looks fantastic!

juliehallfeldhaus said...

Such pretty fabric thanks for the chance to win:)

Corné said...

Beautiful quilt! I'm currently working on a batik English Paper pieced hexagon quilt as well as a triangular log cabin quilt from mens shirts for my husband's 50th. And knitting a log cabin style throw. Thanks for chance to win!

BRD Girl said...

I love how you decided to use the GO! Big 10" Square - what a great idea...and the finished quilt is fabulous!

MtnJudy said...

Thank you for your giveaway. Downton Abbey is one of my favorite programs and I think the fabric is beautiful. Right now, I am completing a wallhanging for my studio with Scrumptious fabric line.

tawa said...

Thanks for the giveaway. I saw some of these fabrics at our national symposium recently, absolutely gorgeous. As for the cutter, they are something I haven't seen "in person" yet, only available via the internet here I'm afraid. It certainly sounds like it would save a lot of time. Thanks again.

Greta Honeycutt said...

Thanks for a chance to win. I'm paper piecing a bunch of hexagons right now.

Lisa Marie said...

I've just started the quilting on a lap quilt made from scraps in all warm colors. It's very vibrant!

PK Sews said...

What a delightfully gorgeous quilt! You certainly have wonderful color sense and an artful eye when selecting scraps. The colors together are beautiful and calm, but they keep they eye moving at the same time. And thanks for the great giveaway! I'm a big Downton fan.

Sarah said...

I am currently making a stuffed toothbrush at the request of my son, for his stuffed cat, who has a stuffed fish that evidently gives him bad breath. ;) sarah@forrussia.org

Sonja Mclane said...

Great giveaway, I am thinking about a cutter because it's becoming to difficult to cut at times but money is tight and I wouldn't have a clue what to get. I also really love the fabric. Thanks for the awesome giveaway. sonjasmith76@yahoo.com

Gisela Suski said...

I make lots and lots of quilts with 10 inch square. I have the Accu quilt but the electric would be a dream for me. I am working on scrappy quilts - so much fun.
gasuski@me.com

Kim said...

Love your block and those fabrics.

Laura said...

I have a studio and have been using it for Bonnie Hunter's Grand Illusion mystery quilt. Your tutorial is giving me ideas for some crumb type blocks cut into triangular shapes. Than you for a chance to win. :-)

Anita said...

I am working on a quilt for my Auntie who is fighting breast cancer and just returned from the hospital after a double mastectomy last week. It's the Piece of Cake 2 quilt by Camille Roskelley made with the Scrumptious line and I am just sewing the binding down onto the back and it will be ready to go. Thank you for the giveaway!

lindawwww said...

The Accuquilt cutters are amazing. The cut shapes are always perfect.

lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

GranChris said...

I am making two lap quilts with a 1000 squares each for friends, just need one more block for each quilt, then sashing and I can sandwich and quilt.

Nancy Hilderbrand said...

I am still working on my first quilt. Its a reversible quilt as you go and I have been doing it for 3 years.

Pat B said...

Love the Downton Abbey fabric, and you made it into a wonderful scrappy quilt! Sounds like the Go cutter was fun to use. Can't wait to see what you make next.

Jeneta said...

I am so impressed at how quickly you are able to trim your blocks! I am currently working on getting my bee blocks done for the months of February and March.

mray said...

Terrific idea, hope to check this out...sure would be fun having a cutter helper! Have lots of scraps & ideas, but not so much time...so many projects, I am great at starting but not finishing!

Karen M said...

Thank you so much for the chance to win this fabric. The cutter looks fabulous.

Carolin said...

I love scrappy quilting! Im having an eye on the go Cutter for a While, maybe one day

Lee said...

I love to quilt with scraps! The Big go looks great to use. thank you !

Nancy said...

That was real neat. That would make trimming up blocks fast. Thanks, for the giveaway and information. Nancy P.

Robin said...

My friend just purchased the new accuquilt. I can't wait to help her break it in! I am currently restoring a 100 year old quilt for a friend. It's a "labor of love" that I can't wait to finished. My goal is to have the hand quilting complete by tomorrow night.

Quiltsmiles said...

That what a call something beautiful from nothing. What a beautiful quilt. I am learning how to use my Accuquilt and that curve is so small and gentle all because it's super easy. Thanks to all: Accuquilt, Andonver and you Jodi for the chance.

L Finney said...

I have never used a die cutter, that looks so fun! And your quilt is beautiful!

Robin Timms said...

Currently I am working on baby quilts.... Two complete and two more to go!!!

pippirose said...

That cutter looks just fantastic!
Right now I'm working on making a few spring dresses for my little granddaughter. :o)

mlhummy said...

Your quilt is just amazing. Love it! Thanks for the chance to win. :)

misty s said...

I'd love to try a cutter like that!

Right now I'm working on an economy block--square within a square--of my most fun and colorful fabrics for a "it must be almost spring" quilt.

Wei Tay said...

I am working on a baby quilt as a birthday gift. Thank you for hosting the giveaway! weitay at Gmail dot com.

Shasta Matova said...
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Shasta Matova said...

That's a cute quilt! I would love to win this!
I am making two quilts, both of which are sew-alongs: Elephant Parade modern quilt and a Life of Plenty primitive quilt.

Julie said...

thanks for the chance to win fabric. I am working on UFO's.

Christel Janz said...

I am at a quilt retreat this weekend working on three prayer quilts!

Charlotte Nash said...

I have the Baby GO and do love it..Thanks for the offer of free fabrics....

Robin said...

I Love seeing all the fun you all are having with the Go cutter. I'm thinking it will be my one and only request for my birthday this year. Thanks for sharing and the chance to win some of this lovely fabric.

Robin in Washington State
assweetaspeaches hotmail

Jackie said...

I had not thought of using my cutter for squaring up blocks. Thanks for the chance to win.

Paige Turner said...

Thanks for the giveaway! I love Downton Abbey and would love to use these for a future quilt! :)

Cynthia Knapp said...

Wow, that GO! BIG cutter sure is nice! I'm currently working on some blocks for my modern quilt guild project. Thanks for sharing with us!
cknapp3626@sbcglobal.net

Claire Sutherland said...

I am making some patchwork tote bags using my scraps of material x

Rhonda D. said...

I am considering an Accuquilt GO. It would help me tremendously, since I have had a stroke. Love Downton Abbey, too! We Thanks for the chance to win!
wigglypup2 at yahoo dot com

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PamsPretties57 said...

Hiya!!! I'm working on swap blocks right now. For a couple of Yahoo groups that I'm a member of. Christmas present blocks, and jelly roll strip blocks. That baby quilt is adorable and I just love the mix of fabrics. Thanks for having the giveaway. Blessed be, hugs!!! Pam
pamspretties57 at gmail dot com

Lonna Berridge said...

Love Downton abbey! I am finishing a small heart quilt and an Amish with a Twist quilt.
Lonna

Joanne said...

That fabric cutter is awesome...and I love that fabric!

Wendy Booth-Boyd said...

The quilt is lovely...to square up the blocks like that would be a treat!
Thanks
Wendy
WBooth-Boyd@hotmail.com

Jamie said...

I am not working on anything right now because I just moved but once my sewing area is set up I plan to tackle the pile of fabric I set aside for my next round of baby bibs!

Mary W Quilts said...

Great idea for sewing scrappy.

Michelle Mattingly said...

Thank you for showing how the cutter works step by step.

Craftyheart2 said...

I have an Accuquilt Go and love it for scrappy quilting. Being able to trim my blocks in one cut would be fabulous.

curious said...

I am working on a mini quilt for my guild's exhibit in November. Needs to be done by May first. Have to hurry!
Paula K.

DizzyV64 said...

The cutter looks awesome. I'm going to put it on my wish list.

Holly S. said...

I've been working on burp cloths.

Kris said...

Wow you made quick work of those squares. I love what you did with the scrappy pieces. Oh to finish but running the blocks into the machine for perfect sizing..awesome.

GeeMa said...

I have the Go BIG and I just love it. I've been working on Bonnie Hunter's Grand Illusion quilt and die cutting with the BIG has been awesome. The fat eighths would be awesome for Bonnie's scrappy quilts!

Shauna said...

I love your quilt. Currently I am working on blocks for a signature quilt for my niece and her intended to use at her wedding.

Shauna said...

I love your quilt. Currently I am working on blocks for a signature quilt for my niece and her intended to use at her wedding.

Nancy said...

I'm about to start a new quilt and the only part of the procedure I dislike is all the cutting. This Big Go cutter sounds like the solution to all my quilting projects to come.

RedBud Stitches, inc. said...

Your quilt turned out wonderful. Never thought about squaring up my blocks with the die...terrific idea! Thank you!

Dawn said...

I am currently sewing a wallet for my daughter. Have a great day! dawnm1993(at)gmail(dot)com

SuperMomNoCape said...

I've never used a cutting machine before. I just finished two small quilts last week and tomorrow I'll be starting on a project for the Tree Bird Blog Hop. Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win.

grammajudyb said...

I have been "lusting" after an Accuquilt cutter for some time. Now that there is the electric option, Santa and I are going to have to talk. Downton Abbey is my favorite TV show presently. Would be great to add some of those fabrics to my stash.

KMSC said...

I've always wanted to try a "Go" cutter but never have. Maybe this year! Thanks for the giveaway; I would love to win some Downton Abbey fabrics.

tiffany Matto said...

OMG! I'm so jealous! I give the accuquilt machines a side eyed glance as I continue by. I KNOW I'd love one if I had it and I just can't justify spending money on one when I have a sizzix that I use to cut my dies.

Gorgeous quilt! I have gobs of scraps, this would be the perfect project to use them up! Right now, I've been making chapstick holders for key chains. I made 14 at Christmas and have another 15 cut out ready to go together that I did today.

Nykie P said...

I'm working on my enormous pile of UFOs - if I get another 5 done I've allowed myself to start something new!

Needled Mom said...

I've always loved my Accuquilt cutter, but the electric one would be nice. 2 6" strips would be awesome.

Cloud 9 said...

I'm a big fan of Downton Abby. What I'm currently working on is a fall table runner of blacks and oranges that have pumpkins and leaves appliqued in the border. I'm almost finished, just working on the hand quilting using black perlecotton.

Janie said...

Beautiful bundle. I bet that took a lot just to cut into it. Thank you for the giveaway.

Ali said...

I stall on buying something like this, but I'll give in eventually - thanks for the information on the new cutter!

I'm settling in after a move, but I'm trying to figure out if I should quilt one of my two finished tops or finish one of the quilt tops that were in progress.

Di~ said...

Hi Jodi! :) I finally figured out how to comment on your blog again! just had to come 'raw', not through bloglovin', but I had tried that before...today it worked. Love this quilt you made! Great colors.

Sharon said...

What a great idea to square up your blocks! I am also using stash & currently working on a panel quilt with pieced block borders. Thanks!

Elnel said...

wow this is so cool. I would love to win this prize!

I LOVE downton abbey and know two of my friends who would be so surprised to own a quilt made using this prize!

Thanks so much.
merryorganic at gmail dot com

Julie said...

I haven't had time to quilt at all this year so far. i have made a skirt for my daughter and other little projects. i love this fabric - thanks for the giveaway!

Sandy W said...

Just got my go in February! Looking forward to using it, and this hop is very inspiring!!! Your quilt turned out lovely!!

Linda Losinski said...

Love the idea of no cranking and wearing out my shoulder! I purchased a Go, love it, but wish I had waited for the Go!Big. Looks so easy! Love the Downton Abbey Fabrics.

Craig and Liz said...

Our guild is having a red and white challenge. I'm busy working on several quilts with red and white fabric. I have a Accu Quilt Go and it makes cutting fabric very fast.

Lynette said...

I have been organizing all of my unfinished quilts. My goal this year is to get these all finished! Thanks for the giveaway!

Abbigail said...

I love scrappy quilts and I need to do what you just did. It never occur to me to make scrappy blocks and then square them up with a die! What an ah-ha moment!

Allison CB said...

Nice quilt! Love the Downton Abbey fabrics!!!

Deb said...

Love the frugalness of sewing with scraps! I have a GO and have never taken it out of the box!

Becky said...

What a fun little quilt!
I'm working on "Dreaming" by Laundry Basket Quilts using my batik scraps. :)

jmniffer said...

I have several things going. A wedding quilt for my son, a full sized quit for his old room and a long term postage stamp quilt that I work on when I need mindless sewing. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

thingsherelately.com said...

What a treat this would be!!! I am busy working on a stack of pillow covers in spring colors while it is snowing outside my sewing room window. :)

sherryberrybim said...

I have the Accuquilt Go but would love the new one!

roxanne said...

What a great idea! Thanks for the chance to win.

Kristy said...

Turned out so beautiful and I LOVE the Downton fabrics!!! :)

Swedish Scrapper said...

I never would have thought to Trim Blocks with the Go Big cutter, that's brilliant! Love the way you offset those DA's with brights.

Karen Propes said...

Great idea, I want one of these machines so bad, this is just another reason.

Lesley Gilbert said...

I've just received a post from you, from a year ago - now I know what you meant about your posts being all mixed up. Hope you are still posting as this seems to be your last blog post for this year, or maybe you have moved accounts again?

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