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Old 11-21-2020, 11:38 AM
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how many folks have started a quilt cut out many pieces and then put it all in a big baggie? Well i had two quilts started but my arthritis in both wrist got so sore and painful. so I have put all the cut 1/2 triangle and parts from both quilts together lol I am waiting on my accuquilt order to arrive` I orded from amazon bad mistake they are sending it from GREAT BRITAIN how did that happen? sooooooooo waiting on bonnies mystery but we will see my order should be here dec 8 love and hugs sophia
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Old 11-21-2020, 01:54 PM
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I am sorry for the wait. You will love the Accu go. I ordered on because cutting was hurting my should. I have one ufo top waiting for bottom and top and then I will quilt. I will not get to that until after xmas. I don't have any pieces in a bag that I know of. Happy Thanks Giving to you and your family.
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Old 11-21-2020, 01:58 PM
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Life will be so much better with an accuquilt ! I hope you got a go big . Much happier hands and wrists. What dies did you ? What dies do others have for BH quilts? Just curious .
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I' think you will like the Accuquilt cutter--hope you got th electric GoBig. Just so much easier on your hands, wrists and shoulders. In a Zoom class today I cut just 8 blocks and some recuts--my hand is killing me. Wish I'd been able to use the GoBig but these were wonky blocks
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Old 11-22-2020, 07:02 AM
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I have had the GO for several years and love it. I especially love it for cutting Strips.
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Old 11-22-2020, 09:06 AM
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I don’t do all my cutting at once. I cut a little, iron a little, sew a little etc. I listen to my body now so I don’t end up in pain.
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Old 11-22-2020, 10:39 AM
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I'm with Tartan. And today I am glad that I do it this way. I am making My Carolina Home's Scrap Dance Tango. I planned on making it double/queen sized. But today I decided to stop at a large throw size. So instead of making another 70 or so blocks, I only need to make 10. I have enough HST's already made to do about that many.

If I had cut everything out, I would feel obligated to make the original size.
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Old 11-22-2020, 08:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
I donít do all my cutting at once. I cut a little, iron a little, sew a little etc. I listen to my body now so I donít end up in pain.
Same. I'm also developing arthritis in my wrists, and if I sit too long I tend to get stiff. Plus, I get bored, doing the same thing over and over.
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I love my Accuquilt Go! It has made life much easier. In the mean time putting things aside is something I have done a lot of for unknown reasons.
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