June 12, 2010

My First Accuquilt Project

As I posted a few days ago, I have a new Accuquilt Studio die cutter. It is an amazing tool for cutting precise fabric shapes for quilt piecing. My first project used the tumbler block. The pieces were all exactly the same size, and they fit together perfectly. I've always wanted to make a pink and green quilt, and this seemed to be the perfect opportunity! I pieced it, and then quilted it on my Statler Stitcher with a beautiful feather design.



5 comments:

Coloradolady said...

Wow!!! This is so pretty...I love the colors, so summer looking and the quilting is amazing..great one!

Sue said...

Thanks!

manos de chicureo said...

Hello,
I liked your machine for quilting. Some time ago I see these machines in magazines and would like to know what is its approximate value. I know you do not sell those machines but would like a price so I can save my money and think if I can buy one.
I live far, I live in Santiago de Chile and here in my country do not have that sales of machines then I have to think of importing it. You require a lot of technical service to fit or fix?
I'm following your blog and I will be visiting.
Thanks for your time
Yasmin
manosdechicureo@gmail.com
www.patchworkmipasion.blogspot.com

Sue said...

Hi, The details of my machine can be found at www.gammill.com. There are a lot of different machines available, some smaller or non computer guided. I love my Statler Stitcher! I'll send you an email.

~~Sew Happy Designs~~ said...

I love to make pink and green quilts, that accuquilt looks amazing!
~Cindy

http://sewhappydesigns.blogspot.com/