Category: GO! Product Tutorials

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Secrets to Block Building Success – Part 3

Hello, I’m David Mills, project engineer at AccuQuilt. In my previous blogs part one and two, I talked about our Mix and Match Qube™ Set, then the Mix and Match Qube™ Companion Set – Angles and the Mix and Match Qube™ Companion Set – Corners.  Now that you know about...
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From Block to BOB

Learn about how we design our BOBs (Block on Board) from one of our very own product engineers—David Mills. Here at AccuQuilt we design a lot of dies to help our quilters cut time and quilt more. These dies range from simple geometric shapes to intricate appliqué designs. The product...
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How to Choose an AccuQuilt Fabric Cutting Machine

Your Guide to Better Fabric Cutting Wondering what kind of cutter would be best for you? We can help you out. This article gives the lowdown on AccuQuilt fabric cutting machine options—from the specs to how to use them. Plus, you’ll get links to resources where you can learn more...
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7 Top Tips to Improve Your Quilts

Easy Tips for Better Quilts Searching for ways to improve your quilts and quilting skills? Follow the seven tried-and-true tips below. Each one is helpful for both experts and novices, and can be used to create beautiful, quality quilts.  1. Cut and Stitch Accurately Better cuts make better quilts™. Make...
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Top 5 Mother’s Day Gifts for Quilters

Top 5 Mother’s Day Gifts for Quilters! Here’s a list of the Top 5 Mother’s Day Gifts for Quilters to help make shopping a little easier.  Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 13th. Finding the perfect gift for the most important woman in your life can be a challenge. If she’s...
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Sparkle and Shine Pattern: A Bed Pull for the Holidays!

Hello, GO! Getters! It’s Gina from Gem Hill Quilts. When the temperature starts to dip and stores start to sell Halloween candy, you just know that the holidays will be coming one after another. Before you know it, Christmas will be here! I seem to make at least one quilted...
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