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Thread: Quilt cut using AccuQuiltGo

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    Here are pictures of the quilt I helped my quilt buddy cut out on the accuquilt go she got for Christmas. We cut, iron, pieced and layed out 120 blocks this weekend in about probably 8 hours of total work time. It works so good, did not have to square up the blocks at all. I am thinking I need to get one.

    What is your opinion of the one with the red trim on the side--we are thinking about using that around the blocks 1 1/2 inch wide.
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    Looks great. For me, it's not worth the expense at this time.

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    Hmmm. This review would make me think twice. http://timberhillthreads.blogspot.co...uquilt_08.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunQuilter2
    Here are pictures of the quilt I helped my quilt buddy cut out on the accuquilt go she got for Christmas. We cut, iron, pieced and layed out 120 blocks this weekend in about probably 8 hours of total work time. It works so good, did not have to square up the blocks at all. I am thinking I need to get one.

    What is your opinion of the one with the red trim on the side--we are thinking about using that around the blocks 1 1/2 inch wide.
    I love the colors in this quilt. Personally I think something softer, other than the red, would look better. But that is just my thought. :-D

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    I agree, the red doesn't seem to go with the blocks IMHO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candace
    Hmmm. This review would make me think twice. http://timberhillthreads.blogspot.co...uquilt_08.html
    Thanks for the link. Very helpful information. I will pass it along to my friend as well. We were using the 5 1/2 hst which worked very well. She does not have the 5 1/2 square tho.

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    It looks beautiful. Those accuquilts are wonderful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dakotamaid
    Quote Originally Posted by CajunQuilter2
    Here are pictures of the quilt I helped my quilt buddy cut out on the accuquilt go she got for Christmas. We cut, iron, pieced and layed out 120 blocks this weekend in about probably 8 hours of total work time. It works so good, did not have to square up the blocks at all. I am thinking I need to get one.

    What is your opinion of the one with the red trim on the side--we are thinking about using that around the blocks 1 1/2 inch wide.
    I love the colors in this quilt. Personally I think something softer, other than the red, would look better. But that is just my thought. :-D
    I agree, something softer would be better. :)

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    Wow, awesome quilt, I love it! I was chatting with you in the chatroom so I had to go see your photo.

    Karen

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    Lovely quilt... I would put a blue border... definitely not red !!!

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