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Thread: Accuquilt Go Stuff

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    a regular here Donna Mare's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by plainpat
    I'm saving all the tips till Santa gets here :-)
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    Pat has Santa got your chimney marked for something special??

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    Thanks Donna! Shes brindle. Just wait til you get your stuff, so fun to play with!!!!!!

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    I watched many videos on youtube and got some terrific tips and techniques. They show just sliding the cutting matt off the fabric instead of lifting it up, that eliminates the staic cling.

    I love my GO!!!!

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    Pat, I am soo ready.. just checked my bank account.. He hasn't hit it yet..so I guess it won't get shipped today...grrrrrrrrrrrr

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    Quote Originally Posted by kat112000
    I watched many videos on youtube and got some terrific tips and techniques. They show just sliding the cutting matt off the fabric instead of lifting it up, that eliminates the staic cling.

    I love my GO!!!!
    Interesting Kat... thanks...will try that too...does it work for you?

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    could you share where you got the good prices on dies?

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    I feel like I fell of the turnip truck here. What are these "dies" you are discussing? Are they another term for the plastic rulers and various shapes? Whaaa! What am I missing here?

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    http://www.thriftyideastoday.com/201...lt-studio.html - link for the Adapter for the Accuquilt Studio to use Sizzix Cutting Dies

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    I've done the slide-off thing, but find it more efficient to spray the mat lightly with static guard.

    If you go to Youtube and search for ebony love, you'll find lots of great tutorials.

    There is also a yahoo group for accuquilt go and another for accuquilt studio. I get great tips and info from both of them as well as from here.

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