Let’s start the quilt with block 1!
I’m making the quilt with AccuQuilt but cutting instructions can be downloaded for rotary cutter as well.
Block 1 patterns
- Download block 1 from Michael Miller blog. You can download both AccuQuilt and rotary cutter instructions
Quilt size: 52″ x 70
Block finished size: 16″
Block video tutorials
- January Block 1
- February Block 2
- March Block 3
- April Block 4
- May Block 5
- June Block 6
- July Block 7
- August Block 8
- September Block 9
- October Block 10
- November Block 11
- December Block 12
Get the monthly pattern at Michael Miller blog.
All patterns will come out the last Friday of each month.
You can download the rotary cutting instructions or the AccuQuilt instructions
- 2 1/2 yards of Michael Miller Cotton Couture black
- 3/4 yard Starfish Calypso BT7777 or alternatively Sea Turtles, Aqua
- 7/8 yard Palm Bloom BT8506
- 7/8 yard Waverunner Dusk BT8509
- 3/4 Sea turtles Dusk BT6392 or alternatively Marine Dolphin Dance
- 3/4 yard Fish Scales Tropical BT7779 or alternatively Marine Octopus Batik Passion
- 1 1/4 yard Butterfly Indigo BT 8507 (sashing and binding) or alternatively Marine Fishscale Batik Whirlpool
- 3 1/2 yards of Pineapple Calypso BT8505 or alternatively Pineapple Purple
Or ask at your local quilt shop for Michael Miller’s batiks
I was very lucky to receive an AccuQuilt GO! with an 8″ Qube and Eleanor Burns Quilt in a Day book of patterns.
I had considered purchasing one for a while but I was undecided. Having used one I really like it. It’s fast and accurate which makes it a joy to use.
Share your pictures!
We’d love for you to share your progress as you quilt along! Be sure to tag @michaelmillerfabrics #michaelmillerfabrics #makingitfun #peekintobatiks @teresadownunder
If you are using your AccuQuilt Go cutter be sure to tag them as well @AccuQuilt #AccuQuilt.
My book Turnabout Patchwork“Turnabout Patchwork. Simple quilts with a twist” is all about playing with blocks – making a block, slicing it up, and turning or repositioning the pieces to make a completely different block (sometimes two smaller blocks) to yield endless quilt tops.
See all the quilts in the book in a real life project
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