Wednesday, December 13, 2017

on ringo lake and accuquilt

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I started cutting for clue 3 of On ringo lake. I am using yardage, so I calculated that I would be able to get 8 rectangles from the WOF strip. So I would need 30 strips, but I actually cut 33. But first I starched a 60 inch piece of coral fabric.


I used the 2 inch accuquilt die and the 5 inch  accuquilt die to cut the rectangles.


 I calculated that I would need 5 fat quarters to get all the neutral squares I would need. IT would have been just as easy to cross cut on the 2 inch die for the squares if I was using strips, but I was using fat quarters, so I used the squares die.


I have decided to go with the simple flip corners, using 2 squares and a rectangle. I have had very good luck getting these sewn using a line on my sewing machine bed. I don't feel I have to mark or precut them to get an accurate corner. I have actually used a 1/4 inch tape. I am really looking forward to power sewing all of these pieces. If I have trouble, I may have to rethink my options.


I am linking to:

WOW

midweek makers

Jo's Country Junction UFO
Bee Social
Silly Mama WIP



8 comments:

  1. Hi Maggie,
    I love your batik fabric! That is a whole lot of precuts there but I'm sure you will power through them quickly. ~smile~ Roseanne

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  2. thanks so much for sharing...I have just recently received a cutting machine, but still have a learning curve...you have encouraged me!

    thanks for linking up too!

    brooke@sillymamaquilts.com

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  3. You are another one posting about the clues.
    Looks like fun.

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  4. That cutter must make fast work of all that cutting. It will be fun to watch your top come together.

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  5. Great way to get all that cutting done. Looking forward to seeing the progress!

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  6. Thanks for sharing your Accuquilt cutting ideas.

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  7. Fabulous orange fabric but oh boy you are so lucky to have the cutter when doing that many blocks LOL Happy sewing now thats a lot of chain sewing have fun. Cheers Glenda PS Looking forward to seeing what happens to them all its sure going to be a big quilt !!!!!

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