Thursday, December 5, 2013

Do you have an Accuquilt die cutting machine?

I am one of the many quilters who purchased an Accuquilt machine along with several really cool dies. However, I am ashamed to say that I have not really used it much. I made one tumbler quilt back in 2009 and that was it.

 One of the reasons for this is lack of knowledge on using the machine. It isn't that it is really difficult but you do have to do a few things to make sure your pieces come out accurately. I have been doing a ton of reading and watching YouTube videos to learn how to use my dies. I am determined to use my Accuquilt go and take control of my scraps!

 So my New Years resolution this year is to learn how to use all of my Accuquilt dies to control my scraps and make lots of great projects. I hope you too will dust off your die cutting machines and join me in learning all there is to know about Accuquilt!



 Here is a list of my current dies.   Each number is clickable and will take you directly to the Accuquilt site to show you each die.
#55042 Funky Flowers
#55022 2" Square #55030 Critters
#55012 Circles 
#55010 Square 5"
#55006 3 1/2 Square
#55008 Feathers
#55015 Tumbler 3.5 finished
#55005 Rectangle 3 1/2 x 6 1/2
#55324 Birds
#55331 Stems & Leaves
#55001 Triangle 6 1/2
#55018 Go value Die
#55013 8 1/2 Rag die
#55000 6 1/2 Square
#55020 Tumbler 6 1/2
#55014 2.5" strip diewww.accuquilt.com

 I just ordered
55027 triangle in square
55009, half sq 3
55402 parallelogram
55166 go hunter star 
55092, alphabet set
55319 half sq triangle 1.5 
56349 log cabin

So as you can see, I have way too much invested in these dies to just let them collect dust. We can learn how to mark out dies together and start organizing our scraps!

 Lynn
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