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    Accuquilt

    Has anyone tried an accuquilt pattern that they really liked? Pleased with the outcome?

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    Haven't reached the outcome yet but I'm working on a Hunter's Star and I like it a lot so far.

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    I have taken classes at the local shop using the AQ dies for quilts and wall hangings. A friend made the Hunter Star using the one die for all the cutting. Piecing is easy with the angles cut. You can layer the two RST and the pieces are ready for stitching.

    There are numerous patterns on the site that also list the corresponding die(s) needed. The sampler quits are fun as each block is different.

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    I am working on the churn dash block, a long way from being done with a quilt top, but am trying to use up my scraps I have accumulated over time and I must say I have never had a block go together so easily and so accurately. I have finished four and have 6 more ready to sew together. I also have the snowball die in use and have a bunch of snowballs cut but not together as well as tumbler blocks and smaller squares. I love the machine and the company and its service is GREAT!



    Quote Originally Posted by Wrightstuff48 View Post
    Has anyone tried an accuquilt pattern that they really liked? Pleased with the outcome?

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    Both the snails trail and the log cabin worked out just perfectly ��

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    I have tried a few of the websites patterns...
    Use the search feature on the website as I am sure there are several
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    I have a number of dies but recently got all three sizes of the tumbler dies. Have seen quilts using all three in one quilt and really like how each tumbler sews to the next. Am using for donation quilts to use up stash and make rather fast quilts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farmquilter View Post
    I have a number of dies but recently got all three sizes of the tumbler dies. Have seen quilts using all three in one quilt and really like how each tumbler sews to the next. Am using for donation quilts to use up stash and make rather fast quilts.
    I'd like to see that pattern!

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    Am thinking one was on the Board but I will just make some using all 3 sizes, to make rows across the quilt.

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    Use all of my dies. Going to try log cabin and wondering how you cut that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redstilettos View Post
    I'd like to see that pattern!
    Been looking for the quilt I saw but finally found this site with one for sale.
    https://www.etsy.com/market/tumbler_quilt?page=3 it is on the left side of the pictures in the 8th row down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yellowwroses View Post
    Use all of my dies. Going to try log cabin and wondering how you cut that?
    I watched a video on the accuquilt website or YouTube that explained how it works.

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