This is something new, inspired by something old, a small quilt I saw on eBay.
I’m making a lot of HSTs here. So I layered the Kona Snow and the butterscotch solid. I have no idea what that is.
Then I cranked them through my Accuquilt GO!
Now my pieces are all lined up and ready to feed through my machine.
I have nearly 150 pair here and this is how little waste I ended up with.
Sewing has started!
Looking forward to some more
mindless meditative stitching today. Before I head up to the sewing room, here are a couple Accuquilt deals to share with you.
And for Studio cutters:
Have a great day!
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Before you remove the cutting mat rub your hand over it to remove the static. Then slide the mat off to one side. Do not lift the mat straight up. It will cause the pieces to scramble.
How do you deal with the static cling that happens with the die cutting mats? My stacks of triangles never stay neatly together like yours. Love how accurate the HST’s turn out.