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Introducing 10 NEW Studio Dies!

Your Wait for Tasty New Studio Dies is Over!

We’ve whipped up a scrumptious combination of 10 highly-requested Studio dies that will satisfy your hunger for new Studio 2 Fabric Cutter dies. This new die release includes four Studio Block on Board dies, three Studio DIY dies, a Studio Hexagon die, a Studio Orange Peel die and a Strip Cutter die. All work with the commercial-grade Studio 2 Fabric Cutter, which is designed for retailers and avid quilters, like you.

 

Studio Cleopatra’s Fan-12″ Finished

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Get Studio Botanical Burst Wall Hanging Pattern

Love those curves! The Studio Cleopatra’s Fan die has matching notches on curved seams for easy pinning and fast sewing. It’s designed to cut a complete 12″ block in one pass and finishes to 12″ so may be paired with other shapes or blocks that finish to 12″ for tasty block combinations. Cleopatra’s Fan is a popular traditional block that’s fat quarter-friendly and designed for advanced quilters.

 

Studio Crazy Quilt-10″ Finished

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Get Studio Scrappy Crazy Quilt Pattern

A smart stash buster, the Crazy Quilt die cuts a complete 10″ block in one pass. The block finishes to 10″ and pairs with other shapes or blocks that finish to 10″ for myriad combinations. It’s easy to cut and sew without needing to trim down the block after each step. The seam allowance is included for easy and accurate piecing. The Crazy Quilt die is a popular traditional block that’s fat quarter-friendly and great for intermediate quilters.

 

Studio Hunter Star-12″ Finished

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Get Studio Electric Blue Hunter Star Quilt Pattern

The Hunter Star die cuts a complete 12″ block in one pass. The unit finishes to 6″, the block finishes to 12″, and you can pair it with other shapes that finish to 6″ or 12″ for mix and match block combinations. There’s no dog ears to clip, each corner is designed for easy alignment, and the seam allowance is included for easy and accurate piecing. The Studio Hunter Star die is a popular traditional block that’s fat quarter-friendly and perfect for intermediate level quilters.

 

Studio Fractured Tumbler-6″ Finished

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Get Studio Out of this Whirl Baby Quilt Pattern

With three block options, the Fractured Tumbler die butters up your creativity. Mix and match for endless possibilities. Each tumbler and fractured tumbler group can cut out 10 blocks at a time. Pieces from both groups are compatible with one another. A unit finishes to 6″, a block finishes to 12″ and you can pair with other shapes or blocks that finish to 6″ or 12″ for fun block combinations. The seam allowance is included for easy and accurate piecing, making this layer cake-friendly die great for beginners.

 

Studio Super Giant Strip Cutter-¾”, 1″, 1½”, 2″ (¼”, ½”, ¾”, 1½” Finished)

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Get Studio Quilter’s Basket Table Runner Pattern

You get four strip sizes for the price of one with the Super Giant Strip Cutter. This die makes it a snap to cut perfect multiple size strips from left over fabric for quick strip quilts, sashing, and single fold binding. Die blades are 23″ long and are open at both ends to allow cutting of fabric that is still folded as it comes off the bolt. It’s a good choice for beginner quilters.

 

Studio Santa Stocking

Get Studio Classic Christmas Stocking Pattern

Like your secret sugar cookie recipe, the Studio Santa Stocking die will become a treasured Christmas tradition. Make full-size holiday stockings as gifts or to sell. This die makes quilt work of cutting stockings from all types of fabrics: cotton, batiks, fleece, flannel, Minky, faux fur, and more. Personalize the stockings with Studio Alphabet appliqué letters or embellish with embroidery. The die is fat quarter-friendly and ideal for intermediate quilters.

 

Studio Baby Bib

Get Studio Sweet Baby Bib Pattern

Custom-make baby bibs for gifts or to sell with the Studio Baby Bib die. It can cut five bibs in one pass through your Studio cutter and works with all types of fabrics, including: cotton, fleece, flannel, terry cloth, and more. You can always customize the baby bibs with Studio Alphabet appliqué letters or embellish with embroidery. This Baby Bib die is fat quarter-friendly and easy for intermediate level quilters.

 

Studio Burp Cloth

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Get Studio Reversible Baby Burp Cloth Pattern

Intermediate level quilters can custom-make baby burp cloths for gifts or to sell. Cut five burp cloths in one pass through your Studio cutter. It slides like a hot knife through butter to cut burp cloths from flannel or other fabrics. Then, personalize with Studio Alphabet appliqué letters or embellish with embroidery.

 

Studio Hexagon-3″ Sides (2 11/16″ Finished)

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Get Studio Hexagon Illusion Wall Hanging Pattern

A honey of a die, this Hexagon is the perfect size to cut precut “Honeycomb” hexagons with your favorite fabrics. It allows you to cut 60 precut hexagons in one pass. For shops, it’s a terrific way to use up bolt ends to sell as precut kits. For easy and accurate piecing, this hexagon die includes the seam allowance. It’s great for intermediate quilters.

 

Studio Orange Peels

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Get Studio Petal Power Wall Hanging Pattern

Buy one get three – the zesty Orange Peels die includes three sizes for the price of one. The units finish to 2″, 4½” & 9½” and blocks finish to 4″, 9″ and 19″. They match 2½”, 5″ and 10″ precut squares or coordinating Studio Square dies. Its traditional look has modern appeal and is a fun beginner appliqué class for quilt shops. Orange Peels make quick and easy quilt tops, plus are great for home décor and fabric crafting projects.

 

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