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Thread: AccuQuilt Go Cutter

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    sewingmom's Avatar
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    I am new to quilting, but have been sewing for many years. Someone told me about the AccuQuilt Go Cutter. Is it really good?

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    Senior Member quiltingme's Avatar
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    I like
    mine.

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    Welcome to the board! Please do a search for Accucut Go on this board, using the link at the top of the page. Lots of great info!

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    Thank you. How long do you own it? Is it worth the money?

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    Thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by PaperPrincess
    Welcome to the board! Please do a search for Accucut Go on this board, using the link at the top of the page. Lots of great info!

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    Senior Member quiltingme's Avatar
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    Had it a couple years. So far have cut a few sq and hst and my sil has used it. I need more dies for the patterns i have been doing. But it saves my wrist a good bit of wear. Some folks have had trbl with theirs at first. I think you shd read the topic here on the board and then decide if it is for you.

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    I really like mine, but don't pay full price. Joann's has them every so often for $199.00. Also, learned thru a post recently, not to use too many layers at a time, as it will damage or break it.

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    I have had my go for about 9 months and love it. It is so a precise. You get a perfect cut everytime. You can cut sew much quicker than with a rotary cutter. I like to cut 4 layers at a time. Others do cut more. You will love it.

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    love it for making half square triangels ....

    I cut the fabrics together then just chain piece them together...sew easy

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    I think my Go is just as important as my sewing machine and cost many times less! The Studio model is getting less expensive now so think about that one if you have the room for one.

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