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How easy is that! Now I just need a GO Baby or an Accuquilt. Maybe someday. I keep debating how much I would use one. HUMMMMMMM!
Vonda-Texas MiMi of 4 Beautiful Grandbabies
Thanks for sharing! It looks so easy!!
A happy person is not a person in a certain set of circumstances, but rather a person with a certain set of attitudes. ~Hugh Downs
Some people are always grumbling because roses have thorns. I am thankful that thorns have roses. ~ Allophones Karr
I think I could persuade myself to buy the Go baby, but it is the cost of those dies that boggles my mind and keeps my hand out of my pocket.
Yooper32 aka: Donna B
Cost of the dies is really not that high if you shop, there are several web sources or Joann fab when they run 25% off. Consider the amount of cutting you can get from die-almost uncountable-compared to replacing rotary blades....and less wear and tear on your shoulder/arm/back muscles. I shopped until I found the best price then bought the GO and now have accumulated a lot of the dies and do not regret any of it.
Looks like it would really be worth the cost. I haven't made any hex quilts yet. Not sure if I would actually use it.
This life is the only one you get - enjoy it before you lose it.
I have saved so much money not having to buy rotary blades - the price of the dies are really not that bad when you add up what you spend normally on templates and rotary blades. It also save a ton of time. I also have done quilts that I would never have done like the dunkards path - I love my Go and Studio.
The cost of the dies has always made me stop and think on these, too - plus, this is the first video I have seen that doesn't waste much fabric with the cutting - meaning, she just really fit that piece of fabric well to avoid waste. I am still new to quilting and taking off in so many art forms to try that I don't think it would be an economical purchase for me right now - but they are neat.
Have a great day!