Super-sized Churn Dash with Accuquilt
June 10, 2016
I have a new tutorial over on the Accuquilt blog for making a super-sized churn dash block. I really love making large-scale blocks. They pack a huge visual punch. You can have a quilt top in no time. This block finishes at 18" - these four make a nice baby quilt at 36" square! Big blocks also work great with large or small scale prints. The blue and white floral I used here was leftover from another project I made last week. I am always happy to use what is on hand and using scraps is a bonus! Pop on over to the Accuquilt blog for complete instructions. If you don't have a GO! Cutter, you can make this happen with just a little math. It's easy. I promise.
And for the fine print: I was given the cutter and the dies by Accuquilt, but the fabric, the project idea and opinions are all my own.
YOU can have a quilt top in no time.... never underestimate how amazing that is. i truly am in awe.
as usual, beautiful. xx
Posted by: leslie | June 11, 2016 at 06:35 AM
I love my Go cutter, always trying to find new ways to use it. Would love this die set but way too costly! I di see a very cool video on YouTube about how to cut bias binding with the 2 1/2" strip die. Tried it and had bias binding for my quilt done in a few minutes, accurate and such a time saver. I'm really enjoying your tips for using the Go.
Posted by: Jeannine | June 11, 2016 at 11:11 AM