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Use your digital cutter to cut quilt block patches with Inspirations’ My Block Piecer (MBP) . Let me show you how.

GO to the Block Library and select a block.  I chose Basic, Nested Triangles. This block features five patches, two patches in fabric A and three patches in fabric B.

Go to the Properties Box and click on the Transform tab. Enter the size of your finished block.  My sample is 5” finished – the software will add all necessary seam allowances to each patch. Click Apply.

Select the block and click on the Cutter icon.

Scroll through the list of formats and select the appropriate format for your digital cutter.  I selected FCM for the Brother Scan ‘n Cut.  The screen shows the first frame, or the two patches for the fabric A. 

When you click on Frame 2, you’ll see three patches for fabric B. Click Save.

Select FCM for the Brother Scan ‘n Cut to actually save the files in that format.  The software creates a new folder with all of the necessary files.  Name the file and select Save.

The software creates a folder and stores the cutting files in that location.

If you are cutting patches for multiple blocks, change the number of repeats on the cutter screen.

How easy was that?

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11 COMMENTS

  • sophia jane moffit

    can u do the same thing with pe 11 design program

    • eileenroche
      AUTHOR

      Sophia, PE Design does not have the ability to make piece-in-the-hoop quilt blocks as that technique is a patented feature of Inspirations My Block Piecer.

      As far as preparing cutting files, I wouldn’t know as I do not use PE Design nor do I teach PE design. I suggest going to your Brother dealer for instructions on PE Design.

  • Ana Restivo

    Where are the files for the Celebration Quilt Block of the month?

  • Kathleen De Verville

    First, I can’t sign on to Eileen’s blog. I have the Dime software. I subscribe to the Dime magazine and have for a few years now. All of a sudden I am getting nowhere Fast. I am also looking for the Celebration Quilt Block of the Month. I would like to participate in this Quilt-a-Long 2019.

  • Virginia (Ginger) Frazier

    I am trying to download Block one from the website using the link that you provided in the magazine but it does not bring me to the downloads.

  • Margo Reppert

    That’s my question. Where are the blocks for the Celebration Quilt? I’m all excited to try it and the link takes me nowhere. Thanks in advance.

    • Denise Holguin

      Hi Margo,
      Our team is working on it. You’ll see the first post on Saturday followed by one each day. (A total of 4)

      Thank you for posting.

      Denise

  • Mary Richardson

    trying to locate the block of month mentioned in January February 2019 issue of Designs in Machine embroidery.

    • Denise Holguin

      Mary,
      Great question! Today (Saturday) we published the intro to the Block of the Month. Look for Blocks 1, 2 and 3 on the blog over the next three days. Links for each block will be included in the blogs.

      Thank you,
      Denise

  • Rose Edgar

    Have to turn off my virus software blocking dangerous websites to use your website. It is listed as an unsafe site. Seems like a lot of people are having the same issue. Don’t have any problems with any other site.

  • Vernia I Clements

    Is there a format to download or print out shapes for the AccuQuilt cutter or exact size shapes so I can scan the pieces in to I can adjust them?

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