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Thread: Accuquilt Go

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    Peggi's Avatar
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    Connecting threads has the Accuguilt Go on sale for $349.00 - does anyone use this enough to warrant the purchase? They make it look really simple to use but I am a tad close to useless when it comes to new gadgets. My wonderful husband gave me $$$$ for Christmas & cash for quilting is almost as bad as Green Stamps were to spend. That kind of dates me doesn't it??

    Merry Christmas and happy Holidays to all of you - I've learned so much from you all

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    That is too much money for the go. Is it the studio one?

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    I don't have this but have looked at them a lot , the price depends on what all dies it is going to come with.
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    The Accuquilt Go! with the value die is ofen available on sale for around $200. If you don't want to look for/wait for a sale, it's $249 @ Amazon. Other bundles, with extra dies, are often availalbe, so you'd have to see what is included with it. I tried to find it at Connecting Threads but didn't see it.

    If you are interested in the Go! Baby, it is available on Amazon for $95, a great price for the smaller unit.

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    Super Member peaceandjoy's Avatar
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    Clearly, I am not motivated to do much this morning...

    Here are a couple of sales:
    http://www.ritzcamera.com/accuquilt-go.htm ($229)
    http://store.quilting-warehouse.com/...accuquilt.html ($209)

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    Glad everyone let me know on the price - but does it really do what it says it does. Seems to me EVERYONE would own one if it does.

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    I have one, and really like it. Its easy for me to use....

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    I have the GO!, GO! Baby, and Studio. They all cut fabric quickly and accurately, but there can be a small learning curve at first. It isn't a 100% replacement for a rotary cutter, but I find it to be an essential tool in my quilting.

    Definitely shop around; no need to pay $300 for this unit unless a die bundle is included.

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