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Thread: Where is a inexpensive place to get accu dies??

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    Senior Member taiboo's Avatar
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    My new accu-go will be here on Tues and I need dies LOL

    Any info would be much appreciated :-)

    Also, which ones would you recommend getting first?

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    Not sure about the dies for the GO!
    I have a studio and wish they weren't so expensive
    the DWR is on my wish list but it is $200
    GO dies are alot less expensive
    good luck in finding a bargain

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    Super Member sewjoyce's Avatar
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    Shoppers Rule has them on sale this weekend -- you have to "join" but it's free. Quilt In a Day has a couple on sale and Jhittle's prices are normally very good every day! Another place I buy them from is Bayside Quilting:D

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    Senior Member taiboo's Avatar
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    Shoppers Rule...do you have a link to them, i cannot find them on their site.

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    Super Member sewjoyce's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by taiboo
    Shoppers Rule...do you have a link to them, i cannot find them on their site.
    Try this: http://shoppersrule.com

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    There are a few left on clearance at Red Rock Threads. Here's the link:

    http://www.redrockthreads.com/clearance/accuquilt.asp

    They are quick to ship and their shipping rates are reasonable.

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    I like the Tumbler die a lot. I use it more then I thought I would. Don't buy the bigger square dies like the 6 1/2 " size. It's too easy to cut those with a rotary cutter. I like the small size hst and small squares, the 2 1/2" strip cutter and the diamond, circle, hex shapes. The ones that take a lot of time cutting. A die will come with the Go that will have Square-4 1/2", Square-2 1/2" and Half Square-2" finished triangle unless you get a special package deal.

    I Have a Notion online shop
    has the the Go for 262.00. I If you go to the yahoo group they immediately post the sites that have a sale on the dies.

    forgot to say order extra cutting mats when you find them on sale. The die will say what size cutting mat you need. If you order the strip die, you have to have the mat to fit the long die.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewjoyce
    Shoppers Rule has them on sale this weekend -- you have to "join" but it's free. Quilt In a Day has a couple on sale and Jhittle's prices are normally very good every day! Another place I buy them from is Bayside Quilting:D

    Thank you so much for that info - great prices!

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    One thing to remember, buy from a Accucut dealer not a store selling them. The dealer has direct contact with Accucut and can resolve any problems you may have promptly. The dealers have great prices, maybe a few dollars more than bottom line discount but for the cost of the unit I like the fact I have direct contact with the company not the store that sold it to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taiboo
    My new accu-go will be here on Tues and I need dies LOL

    Any info would be much appreciated :-)

    Also, which ones would you recommend getting first?
    [http://www.sewforless.com] has them on sale now. It is a great site. They have lots of sales and often have free shipping--even to Hawaii! --Linda--

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