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Thread: I bought an AccuQuilt Go! Yay!!

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    Super Member LucyInTheSky's Avatar
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    I have been thinking about the Accuquilt Go for quite awhile. I've been starting to price them while saving up for it. And today on Amazon I found an amazing deal (the Mix and Match set, usually $600, for $400). I couldn't wait and bought it! I'm so excited! As soon as it comes, I'm cutting up everything I can find!! So thrilled

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    Congrats on your great find. Have fun with your new toy.

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    I bought one a few weeks ago & I've cut up all my scraps...plus been collecting scraps from my friends. I love it!!! I hope you enjoy yours :-D

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    Wow, that is awesome

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    Super Member LucyInTheSky's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by skyle1968
    I bought one a few weeks ago & I've cut up all my scraps...plus been collecting scraps from my friends. I love it!!! I hope you enjoy yours :-D
    I had been manually cutting my scraps over the last few months. So I might just cut up every piece of fabric I have, if the Accuquilt is as cool as everyone says :D

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    I am so excited about your purchase. I shall not covet!!!!
    but dream. What about the strip cutter you can use--I think it is purple someone's trademark. Anyone know anythng about it? Thankns Janet

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    You will LOVE IT! I have had one for awhile now and it's a real luxury to have IMHO. Also if you have a local Joann's they are selling dies now as well. So you might be able to pick up any other dies you;re looking for there so you don't have to have it shipped. :)

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    Well, congratulations! I don't know how long I've stared at them, wishing I could buy one. Let us know how you like it.

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    Congrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miholmes
    You will LOVE IT! I have had one for awhile now and it's a real luxury to have IMHO. Also if you have a local Joann's they are selling dies now as well. So you might be able to pick up any other dies you;re looking for there so you don't have to have it shipped. :)
    Yup. I already have a wish list of dies, though not supposed to spend any more $!

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    Quote Originally Posted by miholmes
    You will LOVE IT! I have had one for awhile now and it's a real luxury to have IMHO. Also if you have a local Joann's they are selling dies now as well. So you might be able to pick up any other dies you;re looking for there so you don't have to have it shipped. :)
    Michael - which sizes do you use most of the dies? Thanks, Cindy...

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    Right now I've used the 5 inch square and the 6 1/2 inch square and 6 1/2 inch triangles. But remeber I've used them to make only 5 quilts so far. I'm still a newbie. But did I mention I started quilting like 3 months ago I believe...so a good many quilts in as much time I think. :)

    I also have the 2 1/2 inch strip which is nice for cutting binding and if you want to do smaller 9 patch borders etc. :P

    Anyway, I really like it...I don't mind the rotary, but appriciate the precision of this AccuQuilt.

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