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April • May • June


2012


Northern (continued) CLASSES


Date: Tues., 5/1 & Tues., 5/15 Time: 9:30am—12:30pm Skill: Intermediate Fee: $30/session Instructor: Sue Edberg


Date: Wed., 4/11; Wed., 5/2 Time: 9:30am—12:30pm Skill: Intermediate Fee: $30/session Instructor: Sue Edberg


We will make a large lap- size (59.5" x 75.5") Winding Ways quilt using our AccuQuilt Go! and the Winding Ways die to cut the necessary pieces for this often intimidat- ing block. After several blocks have been cut, we will sew the gentle curves into blocks using only 1 pin and no special sewing machine feet. This quilt can be made using two colors or scrappy as long as there is dark and light fabric in each block.


Students must know how to sew an accurate 1/4" seam (this is extremely important for this block). The AccuQuilt Go! , Winding Way die (#55069), and mat #55111 are required.


Come in and check out the AccuQuilt Go! system.


We will use the AccuQuilt Go! cutter and Value Die which is packaged with the Go! OR the Go! Baby and Value Die #55018 to cut the pieces for the center of this top. No special "Hunter Star" rulers are needed. You may want additional strip cutters to cut your borders. We cut all the pieces for the center of the top with the Go!, piece our blocks and then sew our rows together matching our star points to create a wonderful quilt. The quilt will finish at 55.5" x 71.5". The AccuQuilt Go! or Go! Baby is required along with the Value Die and appropriate cutting mat.


Love to quilt but hate to cut? The AccuQuilt GO! Fabric Cutter


is a fast and precise, portable fabric cutting


system that lets quilters cut fabrics as much as 90% faster


than using scissors or rotary cutting. In fact, you can cut an entire quilt


in just minutes. The number of layers


you can cut at one time depends on the thickness of the material!


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