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Thread: Fabric Cutters

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    Fabric Cutters

    I'm new to this website and would like your opinions on the Sizzix Big Shot, the Acuquilt, and any other machine out there. I would li,e to purchase one, but not sure which is best.

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    Sizzix big shot pro can use both accuquilt go and sizzix dies
    Brother (XL-3500i, CV3550, SQ-9050, Dreamweaver XE6200D), Juki MO-2000QVP, Handiquilter Avante

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    Have go and studio love them both!!

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    Love the accuquilt go and would highly recommend it. I would make a list of what you would want from a cutter and then figure out which you want. I didn't need the studio but felt that the size of the accuquilt baby was too restrictive. I just bought the accuquilt go machine and the die with the 5" squares. I plan to buy the drunkards path and log cabin dies and a 2.5" strips die. It is fun to use too!

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    I would get the Accuquilt Studio if I had the $$$ and space to keep it up permanently (it's heavy). I have the Go! and like it for specific shapes -- especially triangles and tumblers. Prefer my June Taylor cutting mat for strips.

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    I have go and studio and love them both!!!!!

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