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CLASSIC QUILTS

Using the AccuQuilt GO! ®

Ready, Set, GO!

10
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patt IDE

E FRErns e

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Assembly Instructions

GO! Project Idea

a p p l e c ore- 6 1 ⁄ 4 "

e freect apple core projea
id
finished size 41" x 50"

QUILT

to GO!

apple core-61⁄4" 55036
Use 6" x 12" mat (55112)

GO! Dies also used: Strip Cutter-2½" (55017)

SEWING DIRECTIONS
Whenever possible sew with the concave "(" curved shape on top. 1. 2. Layout apple core shapes for top row of quilt according to quilt diagram. Pin and sew one apple core shape to the next apple core shape, matching center notches. Press seam toward concave curve as shown by arrow. No clipping is required. Continue to pin and sew apple core shapes to complete top row. Repeat for a total of 11 rows. Pin and sew rows together to form quilt. Continue to press seams toward concave curves.

3. 4. 5.

PRESSING
Curved seam construction can yield lumps where all the seams intersect. Pinwheeling the intersection of these seams can help the rows lay flatter. Press all the seams toward the concave curves. Gently scrape your fingernail across the intersection to unsew the few stitches sewn in the seam allowance. Press the seam allowance centers into a pinwheel shape as shown above.

FABRIC REQUIREMENTS
• Fabric 1—2¼ yards • Fabric 2—25⁄8 yards (includes binding) • Backing Fabric—2½ yards • Batting—45" x 54"

QUILTING AND FINISHING
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Layer batting between quilt top and backing. Pin or baste layers together. Machine quilt with an all-over floral design. With large ruler mark straight lines as shown on diagram. Add binding, mitering corners. Trim excess edges of shapes.

CUTTING DIRECTIONS
Fabric 1: • Cut 50—Apple Core shapes Fabric 2: • Cut 49—Apple Core shapes • Cut 5—2½" strips across the width of fabric for binding

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Code PQ4331i

Assembly Instructions

GO! Project Idea

double wedding ring

Page 1 of 2

e freect GO! double proj
idea

wedding ring
WALL HANGING
finished size 29" x 29" finished block size 111⁄2" x 111⁄2"
Double Wedding Ring 55078
Use 10" x 10" mat (55111)

GO! Dies also used: • Strip Cutter-21⁄2" (55017)

SEWING DIRECTIONS
Whenever possible sew with the concave "(" curved shape on top. 1. Layout shapes for one arc—three D shapes and one pair of shape E as shown.
E D D D E

2. Pin and sew together with accurate ¼"seam allowances. Press seams in one direction. (It does not matter which direction, but be consistent. Press carefully to avoid distortion of shapes.) Tip: Cut out one Total Arc Shape F from paper. Position pieced fabric arc on top of paper total arc. They should match, if not, adjust seam allowance. 3. Mark ¼" points on square B as shown.
B

FABRIC REQUIREMENTS
• • • • 8 or more fat quarters Binding—½ yard Backing—1 yard Batting—36" x 36"

4. Pin and sew one square B to each end of one combined arc unit. Start and stop stitching at ¼" markings. Press seams toward squares. 5. Mark ¼" points on shape C as shown.

B

B

CUTTING DIRECTIONS
Fat Quarters: • • • • • • • Cut 4—Shape A Cut 24—Shape B Cut 12—Shape C Cut 72—Shape D Cut 24—Shape E Cut 24—Shape E Reverse Cut 120" of 2½" bias binding

6. Pin and sew one shape C to one combined arc unit matching ¼" points and notches, starting and stopping stitching at ¼" points. Press seams toward shape C. 7. Pin and sew one combined arc with corner squares to combined arc with shape C starting and stopping stitching at ¼" points of square B. Press seam toward shape C. 8. Make 12 combined units. 9. Mark ¼" points on tips of shape A.

C

Binding Fabric:

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Code PQ10075i

Assembly Instructions

GO! Project Idea

double wedding ring
10. Pin and sew one combined arc unit to one shape A matching notches and ¼" points. Start and stop stitching at ¼" points. Press seams toward shape A or in the direction that creates the least bulk at intersections. 11. Pin and sew another combined arc unit to another side of shape A. Start and stop stitching at ¼" points. Pin and sew edges of square B shapes together, raw edge to ¼" point.

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A

12. Continue to add combined arc units and A shapes in this manner to complete quilt top. 13. Press completed quilt top.

QUILTING AND FINISHING
1. Layer quilt top with batting and backing. 2. Quilt as desired. 3. Bind with bias binding.

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Code PQ10075i

Assembly Instructions

GO! Project Idea

dresden plates

Page 1 of 2

e freect GO! dresden proj
idea
finished size 15" x 371⁄2" finished block size 71⁄2" x 71⁄2"

TABLE RUNNER

plate

Dresden Plates 55071
Use 10" x 24" mat (55113)

GO! Dies also used: Strip Cutter-21⁄2" (55017)

Fabric 2: • • • Cut 5—8" squares Cut 5—pointed petal shapes Cut 5 pointed and 5 rounded petal shapes from each fabric for a total of 20 pointed and 20 rounded petal shapes

Petal Fabrics:

SEWING DIRECTIONS
1. Follow General Directions on page 2 to prepare 25 pointed petals from cut shapes. 2. Layout petals for five A Blocks and five B Blocks.

B A

3. Sew together and press under ends of rounded petals following General Directions on page 2. Alternate pointed and rounded petals. 4. Place pieced petal unit on background square aligning raw edges of pieced petal with edges of background square. Pin.

FABRIC REQUIREMENTS
• • • • • Fabric 1—1 yard (includes binding) Fabric 2—½ yard Petal fabrics—¼" yard each or fat quarters of 4 fabrics Backing fabric—5⁄8 yard Batting—21" x 43"

5. Continue to follow General Directions on page 2 to complete block. 6. Press blocks. 7. Layout blocks according to table runner diagram. 8. Pin and sew blocks into two rows. Press seams of one row to the left and seams of other row to the right. 9. Pin and sew rows together matching seams. Press seam open.

CUTTING DIRECTIONS
Fabric 1: • • • • Cut 5—8" squares Cut 3—2½" strips across width of fabric (WOF) for binding Cut 5—rounded petal shapes Cut 10—4" circles

QUILTING AND FINISHING
1. Layer batting between table runner top and backing. 2. Pin or baste layers together. 3. Quilt as desired. Model was machine quilted with an overall design in the background areas and in the ditch between petal blocks. 4. Add binding, mitering corners.

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Code PQ55071i

Assembly Instructions

GO! Project Idea

dresden plates
GENERAL DIRECTIONS
POINTED PETALS: 1. Fold one pointed petal in half right sides together. Pin and stitch ¼" seam across folded end as shown, reinforcing stitching at both ends of seam. Trim corner at fold. 2. Lightly press fold (wrong sides together). 3. Press open seam allowance with tip of iron. 4. Turn point right side out with point turner tool or blunt knitting needle. Press so seam allowance is in line with lightly pressed foldline. (See tip box for another pressing idea.) 5. Sew pointed petals together with ¼" seam allowance. Tip: Start sewing about 3⁄8" from folded tip end of seam. Sew toward tip end in reverse, then sew forward to complete seam. This keeps the thread ends hidden on the back of the pieced work. 6. Press seams in one direction around the circle or quarter circle of petals. 7. Position pieced petals on background. Pin or baste. 8. Hand or machine appliqué around tips to secure. Narrow zigzag or blind hem stitch are good stitches to use for machine appliqué. 9. Appliqué prepared circle over raw edges of petals in center of plate. ROUNDED PETALS: 1. Hand or machine baste around the top petal portion of the shape from straight seam allowance on the side. 2. Pull the thread slightly and the appliqué piece will cup the seam allowance into the wrong side. 3. Using tip of iron, carefully press the seam allowance to the wrong side. Keep curve as round as possible. 4. Turn fabric over and press from right side. 5. Repeat for remaining rounded petals. 6. Pull out the basting thread. 7. Position petals on background. 8. Hand or machine appliqué around the rounded petals to secure. Narrow zigzag blind hem stitches are good stitches to use for machine appliqué. 9. Appliqué prepared circle over raw edges of petals in center of plate. ALTERNATING POINTED AND ROUNDED PETALS: 1. Make pointed petals as described above. 2. Sew pointed petals between rounded petals, reinforcing stitching as described in Pointed Petals-Step 5. Press
fold

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seams toward pointed petals. 3. Spray starch on wrong side of one rounded petal end. Insert trimmed petal template and press seam allowance over template. The pressed sides of rounded petals should meet the sides of the pointed petals. 4. Repeat for remaining rounded petals. 5. Position pieced petals on background. 6. Hand or machine appliqué around petals to secure. Narrow zigzag or blind hem stitch are good stitches to use for machine appliqué. 7. Appliqué prepared circle over raw edges of petals in center of plate. FULL CIRCLES: METHOD #1 1. Hand or machine baste around edge of fabric circle within ¼" seam allowance. 2. Place basted circle wrong side up on pressing surface. 3. Center circle template on fabric. Pull up basting thread to gather edges of circle. Press. 4. Turn circle over and press from right side. Remove template. METHOD #2 1. Cut two circles from fabric. 2. Sew right sides together with ¼" seam. Clip curves or trim with pinking shears. 3. Snip a slit in center of one circle. Turn right side out through slit. Press. APPLIQUÉ CIRCLE ON FULL DRESDEN PLATE: 1. Position prepared circle on center of pieced Dresden Plate covering raw edges of petals. Pin or baste. 2. Hand or machine appliqué in place with matching thread. Narrow zigzag or blind hem stitch are good stitches to use for machine appliqué. QUARTER CIRCLES FOR GRANDMOTHER’S FAN AND OTHER FAN BLOCKS: 1. Follow your preferred method to prepare full circles for appliqué. 2. Press circle in half, keeping grainline of fabric along pressed line. Press half circle in half again. 3. Open up circle. 4. Trim ¼" beyond pressed reference lines for one quarter circle appliqué with seam allowances. APPLIQUÉ QUARTER CIRCLE ON FAN BLOCK: 1. Position prepared quarter circle on pieced Fan block aligning corner of quarter circle with edges of block corner, covering raw edges of petals. Pin or baste. 2. Hand or machine appliqué in place with matching thread. Narrow zigzag or blind hem stitch are good stitches to use for machine appliqué.

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Code PQ55071i

Assembly Instructions

GO! Project Idea

drunkard’s path- 7" finished square; 14" finished block

e freect GO! drunkard’s proj
idea
finished size 34" x 34"

WALL HANGING

path

6"

GO! Dies also used:
6" 6"
71/2"

• Strip Cutter-3½" (55032) • Square-3½" (55006) • Strip Cutter-2½" (55017)

53/32"

71/2"

drunkard’s path 55034
Use 10" x 24" mat (55113)

FABRIC REQUIREMENTS
• • • • Fabric 1—1½ yards (includes binding) Fabric 2—¾ yard Backing fabric—1¼ yards Batting—40" x 40"

A 2. Match corners A and pin. Start sewing at A this point with a ¼" seam allowance. Sew about three stitches and stop with the needle down in the fabric. Smooth curved edges with a stiletto to match raw edges and sew B to center pin (at notch). Stop with needle down. Remove center pin. Match corners B. Pin. Align curved edges with stiletto and finish sewing curved seam.

B

3. Finger press seam toward darker fabric. Press flat. (There is no need to do any clipping.) 4. Make four blocks of each fabric combination. 5. Layout blocks according to diagram. 6. Pin and sew together in horizontal rows. 7. Press seams of alternating rows in opposite directions. 8. Pin and sew rows together to complete quilt center. 9. Press seams toward bottom of quilt center. 10. Add side borders. Press seams toward border. 11. Add corner squares to ends of top and bottom borders. 12. Pin and sew top and bottom borders to quilt. Press seams toward border.

CUTTING DIRECTIONS
Fabric 1: • • • • • Cut 8—Drunkard’s Path shape sets Cut 4—3½" x 28½" border strips Cut 4—2½" strips across width of fabric for binding Cut 8—Drunkard’s Path shape sets Cut 4—3½" squares

Fabric 2:

SEWING DIRECTIONS
1. Lay a quarter circle shape right side up on a flat surface. Position an arc shape on top, right sides together and match notches. Check that there is an even amount of quarter circle shape fabric showing at lower corner. Pin together at notch.

QUILTING AND FINISHING
1. Layer batting between quilt top and backing. 2. Pin or baste layers together. 3. Machine quilt with an all-over design. 4. Add binding mitering corners.

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Code PQ4337i

Assembly Instructions

GO! Project Idea

quilt

Page 1 of 2

e freect grandmother’s projea id flower garden to GO!
finished size 33" x 38"
5"W x 43/8"H Sides 21/2"

QUILT

2"W x 13/4"H Sides 1"

Hexagon-2," 3," 5" 55011
Use 6" x 12" mat (55112)

3"W x 25/8"H Sides 11/2"

GO! Dies also used:

• Strip Cutter-2½" (55017)

FABRIC REQUIREMENTS
• Flower fabrics—1⁄8 yard cuts or fat quarters of 23 fabrics for flowers and centers • Background fabric—2 yards • Binding fabric—1⁄3 yard • Backing fabric—11⁄4 yards • Batting—40" x 45"

CUTTING DIRECTIONS
Use the 3" hexagon shape on AccuQuilt GO! Hexagon-2", 3", 5" (55011) Flower Fabrics: • Cut 6—3" hexagons for each flower (quilt has 23 flowers) • Cut 1—3" hexagon for each flower center Background Fabric: • Cut 186—3" hexagons Binding Fabric: • Cut 4— 21⁄2" strips across the width of the fabric

Quilter’sTip
Cut one hexagon shape out of template plastic. Mark dots on template, as shown in Diagram 1, by drawing 1⁄4" seam allowance lines. Cut holes with small (1⁄8") hole punch where lines intersect. Use template and mechanical pencil to mark seam allowance stopping points on wrong side of fabric hexagons.

Diagram 1

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Code PQ4387i

Assembly Instructions

GO! Project Idea

quilt
SEWING DIRECTIONS
1. Lay out hexagons for each flower as shown in Diagram 2. Pin and sew two hexagons together using a 1⁄4" seam allowance. Start and stop 1⁄4" from edges of each hexagon. This can be marked using the template "corner" holes (see tip box). Reinforce stitching at beginning and end of each stitching line, shown by dots in Diagram 3. 2. Press all seams toward flower petal hexagons. 3. Continue to add hexagons one at a time in the same manner. 4. Continue stitching hexagon edges together to complete flower. 5. Add background hexagons between and around flowers as shown in photo/quilt diagram. 6. Continue adding background hexagons according to quilt diagram. 7. Remove any markings and press quilt top. 8. Layer batting between quilt top and backing. 9. Pin or baste layers together. 10. Quilt as desired. Model was machine quilted outlining each flower and flower center 1⁄4" from seam lines. 11. Remove any markings and press quilt if desired. 12. Grandmother’s Flower Garden quilts can be bound with bias binding following edges of hexagons. They can also be trimmed with straight edges and bound with straight grain binding as shown on model and quilt diagram.
Diagram 3

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Diagram 2

OPTIONS
1. Make more or less flowers for a custom size quilt. 2. Add partial flowers to sides instead of background hexagons. 3. Use one flower for a candlemat or coaster. 4. AccuQuilt GO! Hexagon-2", 3", 5" (55011) has three sizes of hexagons. Flowers made with the various sizes will measure from side to side (see Diagram 4): • 2" Hexagons will make a 31⁄2" finished flower • 3" Hexagons will make a 6" finished flower • 5" Hexagons will make a 11" finished flower
Diagram 4

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Code PQ4387i

Assembly Instructions

GO! Project Idea

sunbonnet sue

e freect sunbonnet sue proj
idea
finished block size 14" x 14" finished appliqué size 61⁄4" x 83⁄4"

QUILT BLOCK

GO! Dies also used: • Strip Cutter-2½" (55017) • Square-2½" (Die packaged with fabric cutter)

Sunbonnet Sue 55061
Use 5" x 10" mat (55110)

SEWING DIRECTIONS
1. Remove paper backing from appliqué shapes. 2. Lay out shapes on 10½" background fabric square, using diagram as inspiration. Shapes need to overlap slightly. 3. Fuse each shape in place following manufacturer’s instructions. 4. Appliqué edges of shapes by hand or machine. 5. Embellish as desired. 6. Pin and sew one 2½" x 10½" rectangle to sides of block center. Press seams toward rectangles.

FABRIC REQUIREMENTS
• • • • Background fabric—fat quarter Appliqué fabrics—fat quarters or scraps Block frame fabrics—fat quarters or scraps Fusible web product—½ yard

7. Pin and sew one 2½" square to each end of remaining two rectangles. Press toward rectangles. 8. Pin and sew to top and bottom of block center. Press seams toward outer edges of block.

Optional: Embellishments

CUTTING DIRECTIONS
Apply fusible web to the wrong side of appliqué fabrics, following manufacturer’s instructions, before cutting. Background Fabric: • • • Cut 1—10½" square Cut 4—2½" squares for block frame Cut one of each Sunbonnet Sue shape (facing left) with fusible web backing Cut 4—2½" x 10½" rectangles for block frame

Appliqué Fabrics:

Quilter’sTip
Combine Sunbonnet Sue quilt blocks with Overall Sam quilt blocks (55062) to create a traditional quilt.

Block Frame Fabrics: •

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Code PQ55061i

Assembly Instructions

GO! Project Idea

wall hanging
pr ea id

Page 1 of 2

e freect oj

GO! trianglehexagon
finished size 30" x 36½"

FABRIC REQUIREMENTS (cont.)
• • • Fabric 4—7⁄8 yard (includes binding) Backing—11⁄4 yard Batting—36" x 42"

WALL HANGING

CUTTING DIRECTIONS
Fabric 1: • • • Cut 20—5" hexagons Cut 38—5" hexagons Cut 4—11⁄2" strips across the width of fabric (WOF) for inner border Cut 88—21⁄2" equilateral triangles Cut 4—21⁄2" strips across the WOF for outer border Cut 4—21⁄2" strips across the WOF for binding Fabric 2: Fabric 3:

Fabric 4: • • •

SEWING DIRECTIONS
1. Layout five Fabric #1 hexagons, two Fabric #2 hexagons and 12 Fabric #4 equilateral triangles for one row as shown in photo. 2. Pin and sew one equilateral triangle to the upper right “corner” of Fabric #1 hexagons and the left Fabric #2 hexagon, right sides together, centering triangle over hexagon edge so edges align. 3. Pin and sew one equilateral triangle to the lower left “corner” of Fabric #1 hexagons and the right Fabric #2 hexagon.
Fabric provided by Michael Miller Fabrics.

GO!® DIES USED
• • • • GO! Equilateral Triangles (55079) GO! Hexagon-2", 3", 5" (55011) GO! Strip Cutter-21⁄2" (55017 or 55014) GO! Strip Cutter-11⁄2" (55024)

4. Pin and sew diagonal seams together matching points to complete row. 5. Make four rows. 6. Layout six Fabric #2 hexagons and 10 Fabric #4 equilateral triangles for one row as shown in photo. 7. Pin and sew one equilateral triangle to the upper right “corner” of five hexagons. 8. Pin and sew one equilateral triangle to the lower left “corner” of five hexagons.

FABRIC REQUIREMENTS
• • • Fabric 1—3⁄8 yard Fabric 2— 11⁄4 yard Fabric 3—1⁄4 yard

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Code PQ10112i

Assembly Instructions

GO! Project Idea

wall hanging
SEWING DIRECTIONS (cont.)
9. Pin and sew diagonal seams together matching points to complete row. 10. Make three rows. 11. Layout and sew six Fabric #2 hexagons and five Fabric #4 equilateral triangles for one row as shown. Make two rows for top and bottom of table runner.

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12. Layout rows for table runner center. 13. Pin and sew rows together, matching seams. Press seams open. 14. Allowing for 1⁄4" seam allowances, mark a line connecting the points on the equilateral triangles of all four sides of the wall hanging with a yardstick as shown. Trim on line. 15. Add Fabric #3, 11⁄2" strips for inner border. Press seams toward inner border. 16. Add Fabric #4, 21⁄2" strips for outer border to complete wall hanging. Press seams toward inner border.

QUILTING & FINISHING
1. Layer batting between wall hanging top and backing. 2. Pin or baste layers together. 3. Model was machine quilted with an all-over design. 4. Add binding, mitering corners.

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Code PQ10112i

Assembly Instructions

GO! Project Idea

t u m b l e r- 6 1/2"W

x 6 1/2"H

e freect GO! tumbling proj
idea
finished size 48" x 78"

QUILT

Tumbler-61⁄2"W x 61⁄2"H 55020
Use 10" x 10" mat (55111)

GO! Dies also used:

Strip Cutter-2½" (55017)

SEWING DIRECTIONS
1. Layout tumbler shapes in 13 rows of 11 shapes. Alternate the wide and narrow ends of the tumblers so they lay in a straight line. 2. Pin and sew two tumbler shapes right sides together (RST) aligning the notched corners. The sewn shapes should form straight even edges. Adjust your seam allowance if needed. 3. Pin and sew (RST) nine more tumbler shapes to complete Row 1. 4. Press seams in one direction. Label Row 1. 5. Pin (RST), sew and label 12 more rows of 11 tumbler shapes. 6. Press seams in alternating directions for each row. 7. Pin (RST) and sew rows together. 8. Press seams toward bottom of quilt.

QUILTING & FINISHING
1. Layer batting between quilt top and backing. 2. Pin or baste layers together.

FABRIC REQUIREMENTS
• • • 21/3 yards each of light and medium colored fabrics for tumblers
5

3. Machine quilt with an all-over design. 4. Mark a line along the narrowest point of the sides of the quilt with chalk marker or other marking tool and a yardstick. (Shown by dotted line on diagram). Trim on marked line. 5. Add binding, mitering corners.

/8 yard binding fabric

3 yards backing fabric
(need a total of 143 tumbler shapes)

CUTTING DIRECTIONS
• • •

Cut 72 tumbler shapes from light colored fabric Cut 71 tumbler shapes from medium colored fabric Cut 7—21/2" strips across the width of fabric for binding

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Code PQ3937i

Assembly Instructions

GO! Project Idea

winding ways

Page 1 of 2

e freect GO! winding proj
idea

WALL HANGING
finished size 32" x 32" finished block size 8" x 8"

ways

GO! Dies also used: • Strip Cutter-4½" (55054) • Strip Cutter-21⁄2" (55017)

Winding Ways 55069
Use 10" x 10" mat (55111)

SEWING DIRECTIONS
Whenever possible sew with the concave “(“ curved shape on top. 1. Layout shapes for one block. 2. Pin and sew one shape A to one shape B. Press seam toward shape B. 3. Repeat for a total of four AB units. 4. Pin and sew one shape C to one side of AB unit. Press seam toward AB unit. 5. Pin and sew second AB unit to opposite side of shape C as shown. Press seam toward AB unit.

A B A C B

FABRIC REQUIREMENTS
• Fabric 1—1 yard • Fabric 2—11⁄3 yards (includes binding) • Fabric 3—5⁄8 yard • Backing—11⁄8 yard • Batting—38" x 49"

6. Repeat for a total of two BACAB units. 7. Pin and sew ½" narrow ends of two C shapes with a ¼" seam, reinforcing stitching at both ends of short seam. Press open. 8. Pin and sew joined C shapes to the top of one BACAB unit, matching centers. Press seam toward A shapes. 9. Pin and sew second BACAB unit to opposite side of joined C shapes, matching centers. Press toward A shapes to complete the block. 11. Layout blocks according to diagram. 12. Pin and sew together in horizontal rows. 13. Press seams open.

B CC C B

A C

A

B

CUTTING DIRECTIONS
Cuts enough shapes for 10 blocks—nine for quilt and one extra for practice. Fabric 1: • • • • Cut 20 of each shape Cut 20 of each shape Cut 4—2½" strips for binding Cut 4—4½" strips for outer border Fabric 2:

C AA C B

10. Make five blocks of each fabric combination.

Fabric 3:

14. Pin and sew rows together to complete quilt center.

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Code PQ55069i

Assembly Instructions

GO! Project Idea

winding ways
15. Press seams open. 16. Add side border strips. Press seams toward border. 17. Add top and bottom border strips. Press seams toward border.

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QUILTING AND FINISHING
1. Layer batting between quilt top and backing. 2. Pin or baste layers together. 3. Machine quilt with an all-over design. 4. Add binding, mitering corners.

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Code PQ55069i

Compatible with GO!®

Compatible with GO! Baby™

mix and match quilt dies
GO! Square-61⁄2" (Quilt Block A) 55000 $29.99
A
6" finished size. Use a 10" x 10" mat (55111).
Have Want

(includes seam allowance)
GO! Square-31⁄2" (Quilt Block B) 55006 $24.99
3" finished size. Use a 5" x 10" mat (55110).
Have Want

B

C

GO! Triangle-61⁄2" (Quilt Block C) 55001 $29.99
6" finished size. Use a 10" x 10" mat (55111).
Have Want

D

6" finished on long edge. Use a 6" x 12" mat (55112).
Have Want

GO! Triangle-47⁄ 8" (Quilt Block D) 55002 $24.99

E

GO! Half Square3" Finished Triangle (Quilt Block E) 55009 $29.99
Use a 5" x 10" mat (55110).
Have Want

use on point

F

GO! Square-43⁄4" (Quilt Block F) 55019 $24.99
41/4" finished size. Use a 6" x 12" mat (55112).
Have Want

G

33/4"W x 5"H edges with 3"W x 43/4"H finished side edges. Use a 5" x 10" mat (55110).
Have Want

GO! Parallelogram33⁄4"W x 31⁄2"H (Quilt Block G) 55004 $24.99

H

3"W x 6"H finished size. Use a 5" x 10" mat (55110).
Have Want

GO! Rectangle31⁄2"W x 61⁄2"H (Quilt Block H) 55005 $24.99

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Code MMQD-GO-REV1

Combine quilt blocks to create pieced blocks like the ones shown below or come up with your own designs. Letters on sample blocks coordinate with Quilt Block A-H dies shown on reverse.

mix and match quilt dies
E E C F D F D E

(patch block ideas)
E D B E F F C D E

Airplane
B E

Broken Dishes
B E C E

Broken Sash

Depression

Diamond Star
C

Double Cross
D

E E

G F

D

E

C

A

Double X
B E D D B E

Double X

Dutchman’s Puzzle
B B E D

Flashing Windmills
B C E

Flock of Geese
H E

Flying Triangles
D

D

Four Patch Star
E D G

Free Trade
C

Hourglass Star
B E E C

Jewel Box
D B E

Louisiana

Magic Pinwheel
B E D

Magic Triangles
D E

Mill Wheel
D

Old Maid’s Puzzle
B

Peace & Plenty
B C E

Pinwheel

Pinwheel Star
E B C

E E

B F D

A

Port & Starboard
B E C

Propeller
E F D

Sawtooth Star
C

School Girl’s Puzzle
E B

Simplicity
E D

Spinner

D F G

Spool
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Turnstile

Windblown Squares

Windmill

Yankee Puzzle

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