A featured blog from AccuQuilt all about using scraps to make your quilt pieces – your going to sew pieces together why not cut them together?
For example when I’m scrapbooking if I have two pieces that have to be the same size and I have to put them together what I do is cut the two pieces together so that I know the cuts will be identical and meet as close as possible because of course we all know that nothing is perfect – and I’m far from that.
So an ideal way to see how the experts do it is to watch Pam Heller in the video below to guide you through, so go check it out and then come back and write in the comments whether or not it gave you new ideas or tips.
Don’t forget to watch the live online event on Wednesday, 23 August 2022 at 12 noon to 1 pm CDT when Pam will be joined by Special Guest Shannon Paterson and Jeannie Miller to share their magnificent ideas using the die for outdoorsy and holiday projects you’ll be deer-lighted by. You will not want to miss what everyone has to share! So Register now so you don’t miss out on a chance to win amazing door prizes – including selections of fabric from our friends at FIGO!
Upcoming online live events and much more – Labor Day sales and National Sewing Month sales – all this and more I will share in tomorrow’s post when I have full details, in the meantime here are the dates to mark in your calendars and diaries, and some other items you might be interested in:
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Well, friends that is all I have for this post – I think it will keep you going for a few minutes at least.
Thank you for stopping by and exploring AccuQuilt and the wonderful projects you can design and make with these tools, tips and tricks.
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