GO! Baby Review & Giveaway!

Monday, September 5, 2011

GO! Baby Giveaway & Review! by jenib320
GO! Baby Giveaway & Review!, a photo by jenib320 on Flickr.
After a few weeks of playing around with the Accuquilt GO! Baby Fabric Cutter, I'm ready to put in my two cents about this product! Please be aware that I did receive this cutter free of charge, but this is my honest opinion! Scouts honor! :)

Vintage Sheet HST Pillow by jenib320
Vintage Sheet HST Pillow, a photo by jenib320 on Flickr.
In short, I love it! I have been using it exclusively with vintage sheets (remember my Vintage Sheet HST Pillow Tutorial?), which I was a little worried about at first! Vintage sheets are generally higher in thread count than regular quilting cotton so I wasn't sure how well it would work! I'm happy to say it works quite well! I've done up to EIGHT layers at a time! Granted when I do that many there are sometimes a few threads that don't get cut, but that's alright! I've had the best results when using between 5-6 layers.

For my uses, this cutter has been great! There is some waste, but for as quick as I have been able to cut, it's been worth it! I have been using it to turn vintage sheet scraps into 5" square charm packs! Since I'm cutting from scraps already, the waste isn't really a big deal for me. I might not use my nicer quilting cottons with this machine for every project, but for managing scraps it's been a real time saver.

Vintage Sheet Charm Packs by jenib320
Vintage Sheet Charm Packs, a photo by jenib320 on Flickr.
I have really been giving this machine a workout; as you can see from that stack, I've already cut hundreds of squares using it. I have seen a little bit of wear on the underside of the die and of course on the cutting mat, but nothing major enough to be worried about! Thankfully the machine is quite light and easy to turn, which was really important for me. I have arthritis in my wrists and hands, and I have no problem using it at all. Well, unless you count when I tried 10 layers. Haha, but let's be honest, that was just a bit of a bad idea! ;)

I look forward to trying out some of the other dies they have to offer. Now that the Single Girl is under my belt, maybe the apple core? I think using this machine would be the only way I'd try a quilt like that, I hate, hate cutting! Especially when it's something curved!

Vintage Sheet HST Pillow by jenib320
Vintage Sheet HST Pillow, a photo by jenib320 on Flickr.
So, you know what's next! I've been given the go-ahead to give one of these machines (and three dies!) away! No hoops for this one, just leave one comment to enter! I'll draw a random winner on Friday at 9pm CST. Make sure you leave your email address or that it's viewable in your profile! (International entries welcome!)

Good Luck!

567 comments :

  1. I love that you can create charm squares so easily, this would be a wonderful tool to have!

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  2. OOOOhhhh your pillow is lovely, very bright which is not always the case with vintage sheets.

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  3. Whew hew, these look like such fun machines.
    Happy labor day!

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  4. Cool! I'm pleased to hear that these do well with the vintage sheets - which I keep finding myself purchasing without any end in sight. Haha!

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  5. Thank you for the review and the chance to win.

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  6. I'm note sure If I can enter 'cause I live In Brazil...but if I can't no problem :)

    There u go..isaregis73@gmail.com

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  7. Looks awesome! Thanks for the giveaway!
    nydia@nydiakehnlephotography.com

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  8. cooh i so so want one to play with. i agree with you on cutting. i really dont like it when its for things that are oddly shaped, like the drunkards path!

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  9. Cutting is my least favorite part of quilting--I'd love to have one of these!

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  10. I love looking at stacked fabric squares = )
    I wondered about wear and tear on these.. But seems like they hold up after what you cut out!! I still would love to have it though! lol

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  11. I've been trying for a while to win one of these, so here's hoping that this time it's me!

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  12. I would love to win one of these! thanks for the chance...

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  13. Great review of the GO! cutter... and what a great use to put it to... cutting all those charm squares! Such a time saver!

    Thanks for the give-away!

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  14. Another chance at a Go!Baby- Whoo hoo! Might as well throw in my hat & cross my fingers! :)

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  15. Oh my goodness, what an amazing giveaway!! I love love love sewing, but hate cutting so this would make projects a breeze for me. I really hope I get picked!

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  16. Oooo, fingers crossed I get the opportunity to play with one of these! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  17. I've had my eye on one of these, nice to hear a review about it!

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  18. Oh, I would love to win a go baby! Mr. Random Number Generator, please pick me!

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  19. Looks like a great thing to use to keep the scraps under control! :)

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  20. Love that pillow! Thanks for the chance! :)

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  21. I wanna win! And I love your vintage sheets.

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  22. Would love Love love to win this especially after your review!

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  23. Oh I would love to win one of these. Thank you Jeni for a chance to win.

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  24. Thanks for the giveaway! Your pillow looks great!

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  25. Thanks for the review. Now pick me please

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  26. I LOVE these cutters..great review! Still waiting for you to write that book!

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  27. awesome giveaway! love the vintage sheet pillow...i gotta start scouring the thrift stores more often, i think.

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  28. I make charms all the time, but I hate HATE cutting... this machine would be worth it for 5" squares alone!

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  29. I'm from Germany. Can I take the chance as well? Thank you anyway for this Give away.

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  30. I would love to win this! Great review !

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  31. Awesome giveaway! It looks easy to use.

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  32. I would love to win this. There are a couple of quilts that I probably won't make because I don't like cutting around templates.

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  33. I would love to try one of these.

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  34. These little guys seem great! Thanks for the chance to win one! :)

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  35. Love how you use vintage fabrics. I just acquired a bunch and can not wait to use them!

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  36. I love everything you make with your vintage sheets. I am glad the "Go Baby" cutter is working with the sheets. Thanks for the chance to try and win one.
    Jess
    jessica.breidinger@yahoo.com

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  37. Thanks for you honest review! I would so love to play with one of these machines. My scraps are out of control! :)
    mary.maul@gmail.com

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  38. I drool every time I see one of these.. love the stacks of squares and how I would love to make my own stack of squares so easily!

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  39. This machine looks really great! I can't wait to see all the things you are going to make with its help.

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  40. Great review. I have been on the fence about getting one but now I really want one. I hate cutting too. But it looks like fun with this. Mrschristinewilliams at gmail dot com

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  41. Thanks for the review and giveaway. I also hate cutting, and I'd be thrilled to have a GO Baby. :)

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  42. Love the idea of streamlining cutting, please count me in the drawing.

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  43. So glad you like this, I hope I win!!!!!

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  44. I could really put this to good use after 40+ years of sewing!

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  45. Fingers crossed. Thanks for the chance!

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  46. Oooh thanks for the chance! I am dying to try one of these!

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  47. Ooooh, awesome! I've entered so many of these giveaways and would love to win! :)

    heather.degreeff AT gmail DOT com

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  48. I am going to win one of these little babies if it kills me :)

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  49. OMG!! I would love it sooo very much!!!

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  50. I would just Love to win one of these!!

    Thank~you~~
    Nancy
    rfnancy(at)netscape(dot)net

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  51. You've got quite a stack going there! Can't wait to see what you make from all those charms :)

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  52. I am DYING to get my hands on one of these Babies! I already added it to my Christmas list! (You know, just in case Mr. Random Number Generator doesn't pick me!)

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  53. This would be pretty cool to win. Is it open to Canadians? If it is, count me in!

    (clumsy.chord(at)gmail.com)

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  54. Yes please!! I would love to be able to skip some cutting! That may be my least favorite part of quilting.

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  55. sigh, i keep entering, maybe this will be the big winner! i would LOVE one of these - thank you for the chance to win!

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  56. I'd love one of these! I have a few vintage sheet scraps too :) Thanks!

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  57. I would love to try a machine like that! Thank you for the chance!!
    murielvanderploeg at planet dot nl

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  58. Would love me a Go Baby! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  59. Oooooohh, Pick me pick me!! Haha :) I'd like to try hexies soon, and this would make it way less intimidating :)

    Thanks for the chance!

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  60. Lovely! I would love having one of these to save time...and of course play!

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  61. I would love one of these! I hate cutting fabric and this would be awesome!

    cardenfran@gmail.com

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  62. looks like such a great machine! you used it awesomely :)

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  63. I would love a Go Baby and would even try a Single Girl Quilt!!!

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  64. Looks like a great tool! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  65. I want one of these so badly, but they are just not in the student budget!

    Thank you for the giveaway, I'm sure anyone would be ecstatic to win such a great prize. :)

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  66. Love the bright and happy colors in your blog!
    Margaret
    mammich@comcast.net

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  67. I so want to win one of these! How cool to cut your charms so quick!

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  68. Eek! Awesome giveaway, girl... I'll send you cookies if you pick me ;)

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  69. I so much want to play with one of these! Great for your charms!

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  70. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway!

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  71. I actually enjoy cutting but since I had my daughter, quilting time is super valuable. I've had my eye on these for ages now. Thanks for your blog and the chance to enter!

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  72. I would love to have one of these. I just love how easy it looks.

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  73. I'd love to win one of these. Glad you like it!

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  74. ooooh sign me up! <3 I could use one of these!!! cynthia.jaeger@yahoo.com :) fingers crossed!

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  75. I'd love to win one! :)
    Bummer about the arthritis - hope it doesn't get in the way of your sewing/quilting too much!

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  76. Thanks for the chance to win! I've been thinking about getting one.

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  77. I hate cutting too. This looks like a fun solution!

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  78. I LOVE vintage sheets, and I'd love to win a Go! Baby! Thanks for the chance! :)

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  79. Thanks for your most honest review. I think it could be well worth the investment. jennuski(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  80. I love the vintage sheets quilt blocks. It would be a lifesaver on my arthritic fingers to have one of these new machines. Such a time saver too. Thanks for the giveaway! quiltexas@gmail.com

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  81. Cutting is my very least favorite part of quilting and sewing. I just don't like it. Anything that would make it go faster is a win in my book! I'd love a chance to win.

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  82. I love your blog and have been reading it for at least six months, but just joined today. Yours was the first review I have read that actually makes me want to go out and buy one of the Go cutters. Of course, I would love to win one, LOL, but either way, I think I see one in my future. Keep up all the fun posts, ideas and most of all your lovely quilts! Hugs, Cathy

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  83. I have entered so many Go Baby draws, lost hope, found it again, and here I am :)
    Fingers crossed! Love your vintage sheets, Jeni - I just wish our thrift shops were as bountiful here in NZ!
    thanks for the chance,
    Michelle
    (needlefood@gmail.com)

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  84. Yes Please! I would love to win this,its looks so efficient! :)

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  85. I'd LOVE to win! jenny and sullivan and parker at comcast dot net.

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  86. Delighted to hear you found it so good Jeni it's on my Christmas list :) love the pillow!

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  87. I would love to win one of these. I agree with you, I hate to cut fabric.

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  88. Great Review. Thanks for your honesty! I would love to win one! I have been reading up on it and I seriously want to play with one sometime soon :)

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  89. I would love one of these and would probably go for the apple core die too. I started a quilt a few years back and cut all the shapes by hand - it took forever and soon got abandoned - lol ! Thanks for the chance xx

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  90. I also hate cutting and have been drooling over one of these magical machines for sometime now, thanks for the opportunity to throw my hat in the ring :D

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  91. This is so cool. I've been collecting sheets and would love to copy your idea of making charm packs with this neat machine. I would love to win!

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  92. I really have been wanting one of these, especially for the drunkard's path die (I'm with you on hating cutting, especially curves). Excited for a shot! :)

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  93. Another day, another Go Baby I probably won't win, but I just can't resist entering! :)

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  94. I've been stockpiling vintage sheet after seeing all your amazing projects so I would love love love to win this cool machine!!!
    paskiaq(at)yahoo(dot)ca

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  95. thanks for the review and i would love one of these!
    twrightgirl at hotmail.com

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  96. Oo fingers and toes crossed! I would *love* to make a tumbler quilt and this would make it that much easier! Thanks!

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  97. Great giveaway. I would not put up a fight if I won!
    malasby@gmail.com

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  98. I love, love, your pillow!! I'd definitely try some HST if I didn't have to cut all that by hand! Thanks for the chance!

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  99. I'd love one of these to improve my accuracy in cutting. Sometimes I get a little impatient...

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  100. I would love one of these! So far I haven't been lucky enough to win one! Still loving your Single Girl!

    epban@bellsouth.net

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  101. Ooh, I'd love one of those Babies! Neliamne at gmail

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  102. I was just thinking about how much I hate cutting circles and how convenient one of these would be. Thanks for the opportunity!
    e.a.schroeder(at)gmail(dot)com

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  103. I like to have one home too :)
    Thanks for the chance
    Marta

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  104. I don't like cutting either...what a time saver this would be!

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  105. Would love one of these, like you I dislike cutting, especially curved cutting.

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  106. I would just love to win one of these, like you I dislike cutting especially curved cutting.

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  107. Oh my goodness! To win one of these would make me a very, very, VERY happy girl! Thank you!

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  108. What a great time saver! I think using this for an apple core quilt would be great too!

    Michelle
    MKelley5199(at)metrocast(dot)net

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  109. Glad it works so well for vintage sheets! That what I'd use one for ... I suspect I have one sitting on my kitchen table, all wrapped up for my birthday on Saturday. Promised my mom I wouldn't open it until I'm back down by her this weekend (I ended up "babysitting" my presents as they moved last week). But, on the off-chance it's not, I'll throw my name in (and if it is, and I win, I'll give it to my mom, who would love it too!). Hope you have time this coming weekend and we can get together! :)

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  110. I am so happy you received it to test drive! I value your honest, educated feedback for my sewing-related purchases! What an amazing giveaway..hoping I win, hehe :)
    dillonangie@yahoo.com

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  111. Thanks for the honest review! I'd love to win it would help me quilt more accurately.

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  112. fingers crossed! x I'd love to win :)

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  113. I will keep my fingers & toes crossed for this one. great giveaway!
    allisonbright{at}gmail{dot}com

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  114. can i first start by saying I LOVE YOUR BLOG and george is my fave bunny!
    Id love to win this machine for two reasons, firstly i love a good gadget but secondaly and most importantly i cant cut a straight line. The quilt i am working on now has given me so much stress due to the fact i cant cut straight =( so this would make my life, and the OH's so much better.
    Keep up the awesome blog

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  115. I am a regular follower of your blog on Google Reader and although I rarely comment, I do look forward to each of your postings. Gosh, I would love to win the Go Baby....have wanted one for so long and would treasure it!! I would put it to good use you can be sure.

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  116. Count me in I would so love to win one of these. Thank you for taking your time to host.

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  117. When I first saw these popping up all over blogland, I thought it would be nice to have one, but not essential... certainly nothing I'd buy for myself. Now I'm starting to think that I have to have one, because I hate cutting, and they look like so much fun!!

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  118. I do love the idea of something to help tame the Scrap Basket - thanks for the giveaway, Jeni!

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  119. These look like such neat machines, I'd love to try it out!

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  120. When I read that you have arthritis and could use this baby, I thought Oh, there's hope! I have rheumatoid arthritis and scissors and machine are impossibilities. I am hoping to be able to fuse and still get to play with fabric, my favorite thing to do. I really like your site, bookmarked and usually catch up once a week.

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  121. Oh I Soooo want one of these! Thanks for the chance to win! I make little girl's dresses and use the scraps for quilts. And it's epic! Thanks! :)

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  122. I'd love to try one of these for just basic shapes. I am sure it would cut quilting time down a lot. I always love your vintage sheet projects! rebeccajoypowers@gmail.com

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  123. That would be awesome to have one of these! Just think of the time it would save by not having to cut squares out with a quilting ruler. Thanks for the giveaway. :)

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  124. thanks for the review and the chance to win!! i love it!

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  125. would LOVE this. thanks for the chance to win.

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  126. Very much want one of these baby's for my scrap pile! Crossing fingers and toes! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  127. I've been eyeing these at the local Bernina store. It looks so cool!

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  128. Wow! Great giveaway. Glad that it worked well for you. Crossing my fingers ;)

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  129. Cutting is my least favorite job so I have dreamed of having this machine. Hope you are enjoying the 3 day weekend! Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  130. I've always wanted to try out one of these!

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  131. I would "sew" love to have this Baby :)

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  132. Thanks for your review and the fabulous giveaway! I'm really hoping that I'll get lucky on my birthday :)

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  133. Wow, what a fabulous giveaway! Id love to win this. And just hafta tell you: your blog inspires me a ton!

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  134. Every time one of these is given away, I enter to win and never do, so hopefully this is my lucky day!

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  135. I would love to win one of these - they look awesome!!!!

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  136. Awesome giveaway! Thanks! I'd love to own the AccuQuilt and put it through its paces as well.

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  137. I would seriously FALL OVER if I won this : D!!!!!

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  138. Thanks for the review, I also have arthritis in my hands so I have been debating on buying one of these. Thanks for chance to win one.

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  139. This is so cool. Thanks for the review and opportunity to win!!

    Jamie
    the_carmans@Hotmail.com

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  140. I hate, cutting as well. So it would be awesome to win this as I'm really getting into quilting! motherdragoncreations@gmail.com

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  141. Very nice review! And you are adorable! Thanks for being awesome :)

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  142. I really want one of these, but I've exceeded my limit on craft/sewing purchases (other than fabrics :)) for the year. Basic shapes to use for quilting and Christmas projects, yay!
    Please pick me and thanks for a chance to win.
    Oh and I just love checking your blog!
    Michelle ~ michelledeal@bellsouth.net

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  143. That would be an awesome tool! I just moved into a small apartment, and it's hard to spread out to cut fabric, so this little machine would be welcome :)
    Elizabeth
    elizabeth.strawbridge at gmail.com

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  144. Totally geeked about a chance to win this. Thanks for the tutorial and good that you mentioned it is easy to use when you have arthritis. Very helpful. whiteteri@bellsouth.net

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  145. I would love to win this!

    sweetiesuzy@aol.com

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  146. There are several quilter's in various stages of learning in my life & we would all love to win this to share or fight over! :)

    expectfaith@yahoo.com

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  147. I've entered all of these give-aways and I haven't won yet! I hope this is my turn!

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  148. I could use an AccuQuilt, please.

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  149. I love your HST pillow. It's so cute. I really want to make a tumbler pillow and the Go! Baby would make that so much easier!

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  150. I have been wanting to try one of these out! I would love to win.

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  151. I'm drooling over your stack of charm squares! and to think we could do it this easy?! Thanks for the chance to win (fingers crossed!)

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  152. I would love to win one of these. Thanks for the opportunity to try.

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  153. Thank you for the chance to win! I think it would be great for teaching my young daughter to sew. Would make cutting easier so we could focus on sewing techniques.

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  154. I'd love to win one of these - having a heck of a time getting this comment posted though!!!
    JoAnn info7miner@gmail.com

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  155. Oh please Mr. Random Number Generator! :)
    I would love to make my own tower of VS charm squares! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  156. This would make my life SO much easier!! I would love to win!!

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  157. I will keep my fingers crossed!

    k_hofferberth(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  158. I want to win on of these little babies - hope this one is my lucky one ! thanks for the chance to win Jen - glad to hear that its kind to your hands and wrists :)

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  159. Amazing! These machines just look so cool! Maybe someday I'll have one :)

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  160. Thanks for the opportunity to win:)

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  161. I'm drooling over this GO! Baby! And over your stacks of adorable fabric squares!!!

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  162. I'm with you on the cutting; it's my least favorite part of quilting, and I always seems to get a little off no matter how careful I am. The Go! Baby looks like fun and like a wonderful time saver = more time to quilt!!

    awamom@yahoo.com

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  163. Love your blog!!

    Renee

    knitbag@hotmail.com

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  164. I'd love to win one of these! Thanks for the chance!

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  165. It would be so lovely to win one of these! Keeping my fingers crossed! :)

    anneg at vtc dot net

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  166. I hate cutting too! Bleck!

    beccasmith02@earthlink.net :)

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  167. Well, if I don't win I'm still buying myself one off of amazon. This go baby sweep through blog land has made me realize how much I want and need this. Please pick me! Oh the quilts I could finish...

    Thanks for this opportunity. Hope you're enjoying the baby. :)
    sewlori27@yahoo.com

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  168. I have been wanting one of these machines for a looong time!! I have stacks and stacks of vintage sheets just waiting to be cut up and made into quilts (my husband would be quite happy to see them cut up and used also!)! :)

    Jennie
    jrksfamily[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  169. Thank you for chance to win one of these puppies! bpkdmurphy(at)gmail(dot)com

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  170. i'm with you on not wanting to cut curved shapes. i'd really want the drunkards path die.

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  171. I'd LOVE to win one of these - thanks! :)

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  172. Woohoooo!!! :D
    ellen [at] everydayartbyeda [dot] com

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  173. I bet this would have been great for cutting out your Warm/Cool QA pieces. WHEN I win I will start one of those quilts! Fingers crossed, fingers crossed!
    Shahann at yahoo dot com

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  174. This little thing would make my life so much easier !

    Thanks for the chance :)
    marika_ouellet(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  175. Easily turning scraps into useable pieces would be wonderful!!

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  176. Seems to be a great timesaver, would especially love it for the circle quilt I have in mind! Thanks for the chance to win..

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  177. I would love one of these babies! Thank you for the opportunity.

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  178. Please add my name to the drawing for the Go Baby cutter. Jo-Anns had a really good price, but I still can't justify the expense right now. I love to make jelly roll quilts, so I would start with the 2.5inch die.

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  179. Thanks for the chance to win one of these cute machines.

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  180. Thanks for a chance. farmsteadfelt@gmail.com

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  181. I don;t mind cutting so much... but I would LOVE this cutter. It would save time and I don;t have enough of it...
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  182. I really need one of these babies! Thank you for the chance to win!!

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  183. Thanks for the honest review and chance to win!

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  184. thanks for offering a give away! i'm the worst at cutting straight so this would be a life saver!

    jandafarns@sbcglobal.net

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  185. Vintage sheets what better test! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  186. I can't believe how many of these machines are being given away! Come on, I've GOT to win one ot them already. :D

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  187. Impressive. You were the perfect blogger to give this machine a true test drive. Looks like a great time saver.

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  188. This cutter would be great for apple core and tumbler blocks.

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