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Thread: Does anyone have the AccuQuilt Go?

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    skyle1968's Avatar
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    Jan 2010
    Houma, Louisiana
    the AccuQuilt Go? If so, do you like it? Is it worth the money?

    Thanks, Sharon

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    Super Member dakotamaid's Avatar
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    Feb 2009
    South central Nebraska, US
    I got it for christmas so haven't had alot of time to use it but I'll keep you all posted.

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    Senior Member nellebelles's Avatar
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    Jun 2009
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    Instead of purchasing one, check around and see if any LQS have them to rent or use, then go try it out. There is a LA shop not too far from me that lets you use theirs--costs only $10/hour and they have lots and lots of shapes to use. I haven't yet used it, but I want to plan several quilts and go there to cut out the pieces. The clerk said that it goes really fast and I would want to get the most for the money. That would be a good way to check and see if you like using it enough to buy one for yourself.

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    Senior Member pam1966's Avatar
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    Oct 2009
    Jackson, TN
    Yes, I have one and I love it. The secondary expense you don't think about is the dies- they're not cheap! It comes with one that cuts 4" squares, 2 1/2" triangles and 2" squares. I bought a die that cuts 2 1/2" strips and it cost about $65 at my LQS. I have searched online and haven't found them discounted anywhere.

    My LQS also offers the Studio Line one for "rent"- also at $10 an hour.

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    Power Poster BellaBoo's Avatar
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    I've had the GO machine as soon as they were available. I would buy it again. DH and my kids know what to get me for gifts, prepaid cards for new dies. My next new dies will be the Drunkard Path and 1 1/2" strip dies. My favorite die has been the Tumbler die. I use it to cut my larger scraps into tumbler shapes.

    I buy most of my dies at Bayside Quilting. It's usually free shipping and dies are on sale a lot.


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