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Thread: AccuQuilt baby or no??

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    Senior Member LLWinston44's Avatar
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    Hi,

    I have been eyeballing these so much that I'm not sure if I really want it, or if I just think I do!! Lol. Help me!! Is it worth the money!?!?
    Or rather, will I get my money's worth!?

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    My suggestion is to really look through all the dies and decide which ones you definitely want. The baby can only be used with some of the dies. Use that info to help decide if you want a "go" or a "baby".

    Shop around. prices vary widely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hopetoquilt
    My suggestion is to really look through all the dies and decide which ones you definitely want. The baby can only be used with some of the dies. Use that info to help decide if you want a "go" or a "baby".

    Shop around. prices vary widely.
    I found the GoBaby on Amazon just now for $78, with free shipping. But our budget is so tight right now that even though dh said to get it, I have a hard time justifying the purchase.

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    I really think that you will not be happy with the Baby. Last December, I actually ordered a Baby on line and then after reading closer, I realized that it doesn't come with any dies!!! I called the place that I ordered from on line and actually changed my order to a Go.

    I ordered mine thru Fabrichut.com and I think the guys name was Doug that I talked to when I wanted to change from the baby to the go. He cut me a pretty good deal! They have the Go right now for $199

    (no affiliation with Fabrichut.com, just a satisfied customer!)

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    If your seriously thinking about it get the GO instead of the baby.. you are limited on the dies you can use with the baby... But you can use ALL dies with the GO... however you cannot use the studio dies with either....

    thats MHO.. and buy extra mats, they are for the most part 'disposable' if you use your machine as often as I do..


    I just got some really great priced dies from the fabrichut.com thru amazon..

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    Ah sure I'm dreaming about them! I'm in the same boat!! Please let me know what you go for. What about Walmarts cricut?

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    Okay, thank you!! That's what I needed to know. I'll wait and get the Go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grace173
    Ah sure I'm dreaming about them! I'm in the same boat!! Please let me know what you go for. What about Walmarts cricut?
    Does the circuit cut fabric?

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    I would not buy the baby...go for the regular Go or the studio.

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    I have the circuit I use to use it for paper. I have never used it for fabric. hmmm...maybe I will give it a try....it just sits in my closet. I have not used it in over a year.

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