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Thread: DID YOU BUY ACCUQUILT~~~STUDIO

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    is $395.00
    a good price for this ??

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    I paid more than that for mine and have never regretted it. I see they are on sale now. I love it and now with the new adapters you will be able to use all of the GO dies on your Studio if you wish!!! I use mine all of the time. If I can answer any questions...feel free to PM me.

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    I bought mine used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneMoreQuilt
    I paid more than that for mine and have never regretted it. I see they are on sale now. I love it and now with the new adapters you will be able to use all of the GO dies on your Studio if you wish!!! I use mine all of the time. If I can answer any questions...feel free to PM me.
    love the idea I can use the Go's die on it.
    $200.00 off sounds really good.

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    that is a great price. Where is that sale at?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tutslady
    that is a great price. Where is that sale at?
    accuquilt.com

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    that is a very good buy i would get one if i had the room for it.

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    What does any of you think of the sizzx? I have been lookinhg at these too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raedar63
    What does any of you think of the sizzx? I have been lookinhg at these too.


    it is no designed to cut several pieces of fabric at one time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamer2009
    Quote Originally Posted by raedar63
    What does any of you think of the sizzx? I have been lookinhg at these too.


    it is no designed to cut several pieces of fabric at one time.
    Oh, I was at a quilt show not long ago and watched a demo, I would have sworn they said it did. I will have to check into it further. I would love to have one of these.

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    Yikes, I just looked at the basic die set, on sale for 450 bucks! Guess I will just keep having crooked quilts lol

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    I paid $1200 for mine (bread & butter starter kit) but now that I know more, I wish I had gotten just the cutter at a deal like this price and then bought only the dies that I wanted and needed. I have had my accuquilt for a few months now and some of my dies in the starter kit have yet to be opened. I have ordered several though that didn't come in the set. I only buy the dies when they are on sale. They have 2 new items on sale each day. Hope this helps.

    and I love my accuquilt studio!

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    Quote Originally Posted by waladopa
    I paid $1200 for mine (bread & butter starter kit) but now that I know more, I wish I had gotten just the cutter at a deal like this price and then bought only the dies that I wanted and needed. I have had my accuquilt for a few months now and some of my dies in the starter kit have yet to be opened. I have ordered several though that didn't come in the set. I only buy the dies when they are on sale. They have 2 new items on sale each day. Hope this helps.

    and I love my accuquilt studio!


    AM THINKING OF UPGRADING FROM THE GO.
    HAVE LOTS OF DIE CAN USE.
    SORRY CAPS.

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    The sizzix big shot pro will allow you to cut several pieces of fabric at once. I bought the Westminster version on overstock for 240. It is similar to the studio but does not allow the use of the biggest studio dies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raedar63
    Quote Originally Posted by dreamer2009
    Quote Originally Posted by raedar63
    What does any of you think of the sizzx? I have been lookinhg at these too.


    it is no designed to cut several pieces of fabric at one time.
    Oh, I was at a quilt show not long ago and watched a demo, I would have sworn they said it did. I will have to check into it further. I would love to have one of these.
    It cuts up to 6 layers, you can watch patsy tompsons videos, she cuts six layers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dolphyngyrl
    Quote Originally Posted by raedar63
    Quote Originally Posted by dreamer2009
    Quote Originally Posted by raedar63
    What does any of you think of the sizzx? I have been lookinhg at these too.


    it is no designed to cut several pieces of fabric at one time.
    Oh, I was at a quilt show not long ago and watched a demo, I would have sworn they said it did. I will have to check into it further. I would love to have one of these.
    It cuts up to 6 layers, you can watch patsy tompsons videos, she cuts six layers
    Studio CUT 10 LAYERS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamer2009
    is $395.00
    a good price for this ??
    I have been watching the prices for a while. $395 is the lowest that I have seen. I missed the last sale and bought mine when the strip cutter starter set was on sale. I estimate that the cutter portion of the price was about $414.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fraew
    Quote Originally Posted by dreamer2009
    is $395.00
    a good price for this ??
    I have been watching the prices for a while. $395 is the lowest that I have seen. I missed the last sale and bought mine when the strip cutter starter set was on sale. I estimate that the cutter portion of the price was about $414.
    THANKS :)

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    I just ordered the GO! Baby. It came with a starter set of dies and a mat for $129 at Nancy's Notions.

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    I saw it on sale too, but I'm still dreaming about it. I did read the specifics on it from the website and the studio cutter weighs 55lbs! So I'm thinking it's going to have to be placed in the location it will need to stay. In other words if I bought it, I would have to have an area that was designated only for the studio.

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    I have the Go and love it. I don't have space for the Studio.

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    What is the difference between Accuguilt Studio and Accuguilt Go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stitchengramie
    What is the difference between Accuguilt Studio and Accuguilt Go.
    Studio is more commercial
    Go is for the home quilter.

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    Yes, that is 200.00 off regular price. I don't think you can get them anywhere else cheaper, unless it is used or you are very lucky, because I looked everywhere I could think of.

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    Yes you have to have a designated spot for the studio and you can't just take it with you, like the Go or Go Baby. I chose it because it is very sturdy and I don't go anywhere, lol. I don't need to take it with me and I get a lot of use out of it. Just depends on your wants and needs. The studio dies are more expensive and now they have an adapter to use with it so you can use Go dies with it. I have seen go dies on many other sites and they have sales on them. So I got the adapters as well, so I can pick Studio and/or Go dies to purchase and use as I see fit.

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