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Thread: NEW Baby Go Cutter Announced

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candace
    I think I would rather get the regular size accuquilt if I was to buy one. I still haven't made up my mind if it is for me or not. I can't find it right now but there is a site where you can buy the regular size for less than 300.

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    they are ok if you are going to use them a lot.
    not worth the money if you cut one shape for one quilt. but if you do a lot of detailed cutting then they might be ok

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    I've got the Studio, so I'm not interested. I love my Studio cutter. But I think the lower price will appeal to many. I wonder if GO people who have a regular size one would buy it though?

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    IF you have the money to spend and most of your cutting is the smaller sizes than this would be great. Just my thought.

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    I'm sticking to my scissors and rotary blade cutter. I do recognize these machines are faster, more accurate and can be very helpful for someone like myself whose hands are going bad. But, as in the scrapbooking industry, these machines need dies which at $80+ a pop are a never ending supply source. I bought a Cuttlebug (for scrapbooking) and then found that I wanted all the dies that came out.! and so it was very expensive. I didn't scrapbook every day nor do I quilt everyday. So for me, I learned my lesson.

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    I have the regular size accuquilt and use it quite often. I wouldn't buy this. It is too small and would take forever to cut out pieces. Save your money for the accuquilt.
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    the dies for the accuquilt range in price from 20.00 to 100.00.
    Elizabeth

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    Are you talking about the Studio or Go? Two different set-ups. I could see having the Studio and then the baby Go for things you wouldn't need a gazillion of. Like applique shapes or something. But, I'm not going to buy one. I've got enough $ invested in my Studio.

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