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Thread: MSQ new circle quilt.....

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    MSQ new circle quilt.....

    Just watched a new tute fom Missouri Star Quilt Co. The circle quilt....cute, but what was most interesting was the fact that they now sell Sizzix die cutter which has taken some of their templates and made them into dies....wish GO would do that...that's the cutter I have.....all in all cute tute, as usual.

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    I watched it last night. Nice quilt done with circles and Heat and Bond light.

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    I've made most of the MSQC quilts using Go dies. I have the 2" 3" 5" 6" and 8 1/2" circle dies. I have made a circle quilt that looks like this one. It was nice to have perfect circles to sew.
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    At my guild meeting last nite there was a discussion among a few quilters about the AccuQuilt Baby, the AccuQuilt Go, and Sissix. The ACB lost by a mile. Several were impressed by the Sissix.
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    I have not watch it yet, I am going to try to get to it today!!!

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    I think between my guild members every die cut machine on the market has been brought to the guild. After a while they all seem alike to me. The electric Vagabond is nice for those that cannot turn a crank. The one no one likes for fabric cutting is the Cricut and the Slice.
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    This is a teaser moment. Now I have to go find MSQ to look for the tute . Thanks for sharing!
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    I just bought the adapter for the accuquilt studio, I now can use
    Sizzix
    dies with the studio...Yah!

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    If you buy the adapter for the accuquilt studio you have to buy it on the Accucut site...not the accuquilt site

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    Have you noticed the out takes at the end of the tutorials lately? Fun!

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