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    I rec'd my go Strip Cutter Die today from UPS. I ordered it from Sew Vac Direct on Nov 11th. The die was 50.00 and the cutting mat was 14.00 - shipping 10.63 - Not a bad deal - Joanne had just the die for 72.00 not including the mat. - I got both plus the shipping cost for 74.63 - They have the GO on sale for 230.00

    Here's the link to their website. http://www.sewvacdirect.com
    - they have great deals...I am thinking of getting another die... AccuQuilt Go! Tumbler 6 1/2" Cutting Die is 20.00 - Santa...I want one...

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    this has to be the most interesting topic title on the boards today!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptquilts
    this has to be the most interesting topic title on the boards today!!
    I totally agree!! Thanks as always for uplifting comments!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptquilts
    this has to be the most interesting topic title on the boards today!!
    Exactly.

    I am not thinking about suicide today, and I hope no one else is either! Too many quilts to finish.

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    Topic title, OMG, hahahahah, ROTFL!

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    LOL...I did not even notice that....
    Quote Originally Posted by ptquilts
    this has to be the most interesting topic title on the boards today!!

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    I just wanted the intro video. I want one!!!!!

    That would make cutting those curves soo easy.

    I was startled by the title of this thread, though. But I learned something new today...I had never even heard of this handy dandy machine. How often do you have replace the blade that is doing all those cuts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolaug
    I rec'd my go Strip Cutter Die today from UPS. I ordered it from Sew Vac Direct on Nov 11th. The die was 50.00 and the cutting mat was 14.00 - shipping 10.63 - Not a bad deal - Joanne had just the die for 72.00 not including the mat. - I got both plus the shipping cost for 74.63 - They have the GO on sale for 230.00

    Here's the link to their website. http://www.sewvacdirect.com
    - they have great deals...I am thinking of getting another die... AccuQuilt Go! Tumbler 6 1/2" Cutting Die is 20.00 - Santa...I want one...
    I got my 2 dies and mat today too! Must be FedEx's day for die delivery! :lol: My strip die was $50.55 and the mat was $14.07, but my shipping was $7.92. I also bought the tumbler die which was $19.06. I bought these all off Amazon from Fabric Hut.
    I've order some more and if you're retired military with BX privledges you can order online from Ritz Camera (yeah, I know .. I thought it was weird too), but they've got great prices and with the other 4 I ordered (2 mats and 2 dies) the shipping was only $6.95.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolaug
    LOL...I did not even notice that....
    Quote Originally Posted by ptquilts
    this has to be the most interesting topic title on the boards today!!
    ROTFLMAO thank goodness I wasn't drinking anything.

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    Its wonderful...dies last...no sharpening. Its seconds to cut fabrics. I also cut up all my scraps. (very, very little waste) I can't say enough how awesome this is...I never use my rotary cutter any more...I figure the money I save not having to buy the blades pay for my machine in several months. I can cut all my fabric for my quilt in less than an hour.
    Quote Originally Posted by justflyingin
    I just wanted the intro video. I want one!!!!!

    That would make cutting those curves soo easy.

    I was startled by the title of this thread, though. But I learned something new today...I had never even heard of this handy dandy machine. How often do you have replace the blade that is doing all those cuts?

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