Cutting Chart for Accuquilt GO! for Bow Basket Projects

This quilt block makes me happy–the red and white is so pretty and the design is simple and classic. Here are the instructions for cutting this block with the Accuquilt GO. Below you will find the number of patches per one block and the possible dies that can be used. The projects for Sew Cal Gal’s “GO! Ahead and Show a little LOVE” blog hop are as follows:

  1. table runner which requires 2 basket blocks,
  2. a medallion quilt which requires 4 basket blocks, and
  3. the traditional basket quilt which requires 12 basket blocks.

I hope you will decide to make one of these projects and quilt along with me. The actual quilt design is still a secret so we can show you during the blog hop. Decide which of the projects you want to make, use the number of blocks (2, 4, or 12) and cut the patches using the instructions below. Remember that when you have the finished size, you will need to add 1/2″ to each measurement so you will have a 1/4″ seam on all sides of the patch. For example, a 2″ x 2″ finished square is cut 2-1/2″ x 2-1/2″.

A  (1 piece light, 3 pieces dark per block) is a 2″ finished half square triangle (HST)

  • 55018 Value Die – use the HST 2″ finished on that die, OR
  • 55063 HST Multiples 2″ finished

B (1 piece light, 1 piece dark per block) is a 6″ finished HST

  • 55001 HST 6″ finished

C (1 piece light per block) is a 4″ finished HST

  • 55031 HST 4″ finished

D (2 pieces light, 2 pieces dark per block) is a 1″ x 6″ finished rectangle

  • 55024 1 Strip Cutter 1-1/2″, and
  • 55000 Square 6″ finished (optional)

E (2 pieces light per block) is a 2″ x 6″ finished rectangle

  • 55014 or 55017 Strip Cutter 2-1/2″, and
  • 55000 Square 6″ finished (optional)

F (2 pieces dark per block) is a 2″ x 2″ finished square

  • 55018 Value Die or
  • 55014 or 55017 Strip Cutter 2-1/2″

  
 

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