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Thread: accuquilt ?

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    Senior Member ejpkam's Avatar
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    accuquilt ?

    I am thinking about getting an accuquilt but I am not sure which one would be the best? I don't want the smaller one. Any help would be appreciated. thx
    ELIZAJANE

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    Do a search here using the search feature above. There are tons of threads on this and a lot of info.

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    I have the accuquilt go and love it. I didnt want to have the smaller one, so chose the next size up. Not the studio. You will enjoy it :-)

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    If you have the room the Studio cuts more at one time and has many more die designs, but the dies cost more for the Studio then the Go. I have the Go and Go Baby. I rarely cut block pieces any more with a rotary cutter. So many moan the cost of the mats and dies but that is just a fact of having any die machine.
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    I just went through the same thing and ended up choosing a Go. Just got it yesterday so I haven't really had a chance to play with it a lot but I'm really excited about it.

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    I have the larger one and except for the space it requires, I'm totally happy with it. Apparently now there is even an adaptor for the "Go" dies as well. I went for the larger one because I wanted a custom die and they don't make those for the smaller units.
    Diana

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    I love my Go!
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    There are sooooooooooooo many posts ans threads on the ACCUQUILT... do a search.. You will get lots of info...

    I have the GO- and I love it...

    If i had the endless money I'd get the Studio...

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    I also have the Go Baby and love it I don't rotary cut if I have a die ,also use your JoAnns coupons and there is a website that is sewforless that has dies for fare price.Don't regreat buying smaller one as the larger dies are WAY out of my budget.Accuquilt website has a BOM that they are doing that uses the Go Baby.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retta97 View Post
    I also have the Go Baby and love it I don't rotary cut if I have a die ,also use your JoAnns coupons and there is a website that is sewforless that has dies for fare price.Don't regreat buying smaller one as the larger dies are WAY out of my budget.Accuquilt website has a BOM that they are doing that uses the Go Baby.
    99% of the time, you CANNOT use a Joann's coupon on anything to do with Accuquilt!!!! Joann's frequently runs the dies and mats at 25% off though. That is where I get most of my dies. Although one time when vacationing, I happened across a 50% off clearance of the classic dies including the 2 1/2 strip die at a quilt shop and purchased many of them.
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