We’ve teamed up with Accuquilt to celebrate the release of two of their new Spring dies: GO! Orange Peel-4 1/2″ and GO! LeMoyne Star-9″ Finished. These dies make it a breeze to cut complex shapes and block components, helping you spend less time cutting, and more time sewing! (To see all the new dies & associated patterns for Spring 2015, click here. Many of the patterns are free for a limited time, including two of the patterns featured in this blog post!)

Wondering what to make with these special new dies? Look no further… Accuquilt just released four fabulous new patterns made with our very own Soho Solids!

The first new pattern we are excited to share is this perfect little Bloom Table Runner, made with the Orange Peel Die and our Soho Solids in Lime, Scarlet, Wine, and Hibiscus, to name a few. It’s sweet simplicity is sure to brighten up any room, and we are officially in the mood to do some redecorating!


Bloom Table Runner made with GO! Orange Peel- 4 1/2″ die and Soho Solids

Next we have the Stretched LeMoyne Star Wide Table Runner! Furnish your home with this edgy design made with the LeMoyne Star die. The alternating light and dark tones give it eye-catching depth and contrast.


Stretched LeMoyne Star Wide Table Runner made with GO! LeMoyne Star-9″ Finished die and Soho Solids

Another standout design is this Op Art Tote Bag. Like an optical illusion, this lightweight tote is sure to attract attention. The alternating colors form a unique pattern that you just want to get lost in! This one is made with the Orange Peel die and our Soho Solids in Lime, Pool, Black, and White.


Op Art Tote Bag made with GO! Orange Peel- 4 1/2″ die and Soho Solids

Last but not least, check out this bold, colorful LeMoyne Star Parts Scarf made with the Lemoyne Star die. We love how its mirrored design creates a dimensional look that you just don’t see every day. Stock up on your favorite Soho Solids to make your own!

LeMoyne Star Parts Scarf made with GO! LeMoyne Star- 9″ Finished die and Soho Solids

We hope you give these new patterns and dies a try. Happy stitching!

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