Serendipity Flower Basket Mini Quilt

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Specialty flower basket mini quilt

Hi everyone, it is Connie from Freemotion by the River and today I have a fast and easy Serendipity Flower Basket Mini Quilt made with the AccuQuilt GO! Qube Specialty Set called Serendipity by Edyta Sitar. I do a monthly blog post on AccuQuilt’s blog and recently received this neat Qube Specialty Set. It includes 8 different dies and I am going to have so much fun making small quilt projects with it.

It also includes files for embroidery machines, I don’t have one of those but sure wish I did! In the meantime I will continue to do my free motion applique on my vintage 15-91 Singer sewing machine.

55783-GO Serendipity

Serendipity Flower Basket Mini Quilt

Finished size: 10″ x 12″

GO! Fabric Cutter:

GO! Baby Fabric Cutter (55600)   GO! Fabric Cutter (55100S) or GO! Big Electric Fabric Cutter (55500)

GO! Cutting Dies:

GO! Qube Specialty Set – Serendipity by Edyta Sitar

GO! 2 ½” Strip Cutter #55017

I had a batik layer cake from Island Batik that I thought would make a perfect background for my mini quilt and wanted to just share how I cut the squares from the 10 inch batik blocks. It is really neat how you have very little waste and get perfect squares each time.

Take a 10 inch square and fold it in half, then fold in half again.

Place over the top of the #550479 Square die. You will cut four – 2 13/16″ squares at a time.

It is always nice to have helpers when cutting out the accents and flowers. My granddaughters always enjoy coming over and helping me with AccuQuilt projects. I cut some 5 inch strips of batiks and added fusible webbing to them so the girls could cut out the flowers.

They always enjoy spending time in my new quilt studio. Last month I shared my Fabulous Quilt Studio on AccuQuilt’s blog, be sure and check it out if you missed it.6 year old helper

They even cut out butterflies for another project!Grandchildren are great helpersThey really enjoyed the day in my quilt studio! We also painted some t-shirts and my oldest granddaughter started sewing….more on that later.
girls and accuquilt cutterSometimes it is hard to get them to stop! I have enough flowers and leaves for my next project or two!

I used 4 different dies to make my Specialty Flower Basket Mini Quilt, there are 4 more dies included in the set!Serendipity Specialty Set by Edyta Sitar

All of my applique was done with my vintage 15-91 Singer and a darning foot. This really makes fast work of applique.

Serendipity mini quilt closeup of quiltingI hope you have enjoyed this fast and easy Serendipity Flower Basket Mini Quilt.

Serendipity Fast and Easy Applique Mini Quilt tutorial

Here is a peek at another quilt project I am working on using the GO! Qube Specialty Set – Serendipity by Edyta Sitar and my favorite batiks from Island Batik.Batik Butterflies from the GO! QUBE Specialty set Feel free to pin this! You can also find more of my AccuQuilt tutorials here – AccuQuilt Tutorials

Serendipity Appliqued Mini Quilt Tutorial






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  1. It’s so sweet to see those girls hanging out in your sewing room. Love the mini quilt!

  2. Fabulous mini quilt, Connie. The batiks are perfect. The girls sure have grown. They look so happy and adorable helping Grammy.
    Your new studio is gorgeous and impressive. I’m having Design Wall envy! Lol

  3. Cute little mini basket of flowers Connie. The girls look like they would cut all the fabric in your stash if you weren’t looking. LOL

  4. Connie you have the sweetest adorable granddaughters and they are wonderful helpers. Your mini quilt is beautiful. Summer Sunshiine Smiles…

  5. I’ll bet the girls love playing in your great studio. I am excited to see those butterflies. The flowers look so pretty.

  6. Such a pretty mini quilt! It makes me smile with the lovely colors and pale background…perfect!

  7. What a fun project for your helpers! Can’t wait until my grandchildren are big enough to help with things – and I hope some are interested.

  8. Projects perfect for summer! I am jealous you have grand daughters that love to play with fabric with you!