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AccuQuilt unveils Bullseye Nested Dies for fabric studios
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Aug '13
AccuQuilt continues to revolutionize fabric cutting for quilters with the latest die family to hit the market—Bullseye Nested Dies for the Studio Fabric Cutter. These patent pending dies offer a wide variety of design options that haven’t been available to quilters and fabric crafters until now.

Bullseye die sets are designed to cut circles and hexagons in a variety of sizes. Quilters can then mix, match and layer to maximize versatility. The three sets include: Studio Bullseye Nested Hexagons and two sets of Studio Bullseye Nested Circles. The circles are available in odd or even inch sizes. Each set is ideal for expanding a quilter’s cutting die collection.

AccuQuilt CEO Steve Nabity says, “We are excited to bring something new to the table for quilters. Bullseye Nested Dies allow quilters to make a variety of cuts with one die set—it’s a whole new way to cut fabric!”

The sets can be used to cut hexagonal or standard circles and rings for quilts, or various appliqué projects, to create a variety of effects for quilters and fabric crafters.

The Studio Bullseye Nested Circles Odd-inch sizes include: 1”, 3”, 5”, 7”. Use for appliqué, limited piecing, or to make circles for yo-yo projects (3 ¼” Yo-Yo from 7”; 2 ¼” Yo-Yo from 5”; 1 ¼” Yo-Yo from 3”).

The Studio Bullseye Nested Circles Even-inch sizes include: 2”, 4”, 6”, 8”. Use for appliqué, limited piecing, or to make circles for yo-yo projects (3 7/8” Yo-Yo from 8”; 2 ¾” Yo-Yo from 6”; 1 ¾” Yo-Yo from 4”; ¾ Yo-Yo from 2”).

The Studio Bullseye Nested Hexagons are measured by the finished side. Sizes include: 1"-7" and include seven hexagons in the set. Use for traditional or modern quilts and appliqué for a variety of fabric crafting projects, including a twist on T-shirt quilts.

About AccuQuilt, Better Cuts Make Better Quilts:

Headquartered in Omaha, Neb., AccuQuilt offers quilters, fabric crafters and retailers a premiere line of fabric cutters, dies, quilting patterns and other quilt and fabric cutting solutions that help quilters quickly and accurately cut shapes for quilting and fabric crafts. AccuQuilt also offers quilters a wide variety of rich educational resources to enhance their quilting experiences. Cutting with AccuQuilt cutters is a natural evolution of fabric cutting methods. 

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