Fresh Cuts, a Bride's Bouquet Quilt

Fresh Cuts, a Bride's Bouquet quilt by Marti Michell

We call this quilt "Wild Rose Bouquet" because it's made with Marti's new Wild Rose fabric line by Maywood Studio. The block is the traditional Bride's Bouquet.

American Patchwork & Quilting calls it "Fresh Cuts" in the October 2010 issue.

The cones for the bouquet blocks can be cut with the largest size on our new Multi-Size Kite Ruler,

The appliqued scalloped border pieces can be cut with a new AccuQuilt swag die by Stacy Michell. If your local quilt shop has the AccuQuilt cutting system, ask if they are offering cutting services for this swag.

We are presently offering a quilt kit for $169 - or $250 with all the tools and a set of die cut SoftFuse swags. Fuse the SoftFuse swags to swag fabric for easy, accurate fused swags.

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NOTE: Prices are subject to change. Most of the instructional information and artwork shown is excerpted from my books. Like other published material, it is protected by copyright law, but you have my permission to print and download these materials for your own non-commercial use.

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