It’s no secret that AccuQuilt has been my preferred way to cut out fabric pieces for quilting for years, and making a Triangle in a Square quilt block is no exception! This easy AccuQuilt Tri-Rec quilt block tutorial will show you how to make fun triangle quilt blocks using an AccuQuilt fabric cutting system. We will use dies to cut out the Triangle fabric pieces and stitch them together for perfect Triangle in a Square quilt blocks every time.
Check out this video tutorial to watch how I use AccuQuilt to make the Tri-Rec quilt blocks:
Have you ever wondered how to make a Triangle in a Square quilt block? This Tri-Rec quilt block tutorial will show you how to make these fun triangle quilt blocks using rulers to cut out your Triangle fabric pieces.
Check out this video tutorial to watch how I make the Triangle in a Square quilt blocks from start to finish:
If you’re a quilter, then you probably already know that there are often lots of different techniques you can use to make quilt blocks! The quilting experts are constantly coming out with neat new tools and products to make quilting easier and more accurate.
Back in the day, quilters cut out their fabrics with scissors. Eventually, the rotary cutter came about and replaced scissors for increased speed and accuracy. And now, we have some other cool cutting options that are even better! The AccuQuilt fabric cutting machine is personal favorite tool for super precise quilt blocks that come together really fast!
Before we dive into AccuQuilt quilt patterns, let’s cover the basics. If you want to learn more about AccuQuilt, I’m here to help! Check out some of these other blog posts to learn some AccuQuilt basics and even find out which machine best suits your needs:
Are you looking for gifts for the modern quilter in your life? Or maybe you’re the quilter looking for some ideas for your holiday wish list? Whatever the case, these 5 gift ideas from AccuQuilt are great for modern quilters! I’ve been using an AccuQuilt fabric cutting machine to cut out my quilting fabrics for years, and I’ve narrowed down some of my absolute favorite items – and some I hope to find under the Christmas tree for myself this year too!
With the holidays quickly approaching, I wanted to share just a handful of modern quilter gift ideas that range in price as low as just $10. Add these AccuQuilt favorites to your wish list, or grab one for an AccuQuilt quilter in your life!
If you want to hear about these 5 Best AccuQuilt gift ideas in a video, check it out here:
Do you love good deals too? Here’s a secret for you: Historically, AccuQuilt tends to run their best sales of the year in November and early December. They also have some awesome deals in July as well!
Have you ever tried improv quilting with wonky strips? This ombre stratus quilt combines wonky, improv strips with a super fun ombre layout! The Stratus Quilt is block-based and a really fun way to dip your toe into improv quilting!
A new scrappy improv quilt pattern is available and perfect for making easy and fun baby quilts! The Stratus quilt pattern is a fantastic way to dip your toe into improv piecing, and also a great way to use fabrics from your fabric stash. If you want to try out wonky improv strips, then Stratus is great for you!
You can use Fat Quarters, 1/3 yd. cuts, or even scraps to make this wonky improv quilt. Grab the Stratus quilt pattern to get started on this easy baby quilt!