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!

563 comments :

  1. As a new quilter who shares your love/hate of cutting, I would love love love to have this in my life!

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  2. Wow! I could really make good use of a Go Baby cutter - I could even use it on my growing collection of vintage sheets :D

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  3. I am glad it works so well for you! Maybe this will be my lucky entry oh I hope so!!

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  4. I would love to have one of these Go Baby's to make a tumbler quilt. I would hate to cut out all those pieces by hand and this little machine would make it a much more enjoyable experience I think! Thanks for the give away!

    Kim - kimberlyknielsen@charter.net

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  5. Is it bad that when people show their vintage sheets, I always think we had it when I was growing up? Possible still at my mom's house!

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  6. So excited to see how well it cuts up sheets and cannot wait to get my hands on one.

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  7. Thank you for the chance. Please, draw "Lucy" for me.~ LOL!

    L~

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  8. I love the way those fabrics look together! Nice! Nurseli@aol.com

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  9. you say its great for scraps... that sold me!!! Id love to win! Someone said my gmail isn't working so let me give you my other addy. tamaraboatright at hotmail dot com.

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  10. I would lov to play with one. Since my birthday is this month it would be great to win this fun toy!

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  11. I'd love to make a tumbler quilt but I'm put off by the cutting out. A Go! Baby would be great for this. Sounds like you've given it a good workout!

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  12. I just recently learned about this machine and it's all I can think about! tonimitch@gmail.com

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  13. I've never been too interested in this machine until I read your review! Sounds awesome! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  14. I would <3 to win!! And btw welcome to WI! jennalynnsews @yahoo.com

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  15. Thank you for the honest feedback on it. It looks amazing. Thanks for giving one away too. xo

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  16. Love what you do with vintage fabrics! And can relate to your mega cutting with the Go Baby! Although right now I do mine the old fashioned way, rotary cutter! Thanks for the give away! Would love to win this!

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  17. Thanks for the review. I would like to use it for a scrappy tumbler quilt as my first project. Kathie L in Allentown

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  18. cutting is one of my least favorite parts too. and since i am a beginner the GoBaby would really give me a jump start in trying new shapes and designs.
    taylorebarnhill (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  19. I enjoyed your honest review! Cute hst pillow too!

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  20. I adore the quilt that you made - I wonder if I'd achieve anything that good!

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  21. Ooo...I'd love to add this to my new sewing room. I too am moving and obtaining a sewing room, as you have. Can't wait. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  22. Thanks for the chance to win this! Put me in the "I can't stand cutting" camp. It would be a dream to win.

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  23. I love reading all the reviews. I really think it would be so much fun to own one of these babies.

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  24. I would love to try an apple core quilt but I hate the curved edges too!!!

    edethrow@yahoo.com

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  25. It looks so much fun!! I wish I would win!! Thanks!

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  26. I'd love to have this tool for those shapes that are so annoying to cut by hand! Thanks for a chance at it!

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  27. Honestly, I'm kind of getting sick of these giveaways. But it's ONLY because I've entered so many and still haven't won one... and I really want one. ;) I love your pillow! Your review really makes it sound great too... gotta love those time savers!

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  28. I hate cutting too! I have a Studio cutter (the largest version by AccuQuilt--you can get custom dies for the Studio) and absolutely love everything about it other than I can't use GO dies. I have the apple core and love it! I would never cut something like that out. . . and their version has notches to make lining it up easy. :o)

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  29. Since I can only quilt on weekends this sure would come in handy!

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  30. lostinhonkers@yahoo.com.auSeptember 6, 2011 at 12:18 AM

    This look like just the thing to get me started on quilting!

    Jo

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  31. I would love to try one of these- thanks so much for the chance!

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  32. Thanks for doing this give away! I think I'll have to put on of these wonderful machines on my B-day wish list ;) Love your blog!

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  33. This is the 100x I've entered a giveaway for a GO! Baby. Hopefully my ship comes in eventually, LOL.

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  34. Please enter me for a chance to win. Thank you!

    Leslie
    cggddss@yahoo.com

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  35. I've been thinking about making a serpinski triangle quilt (triangles, yikes!) and one of these little machines would make it a breeze! Crossing my fingers!! :) (Love your blog, btw!)

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  36. I just love all those vintage fabrics together - gorgeous! And teh Go Baby worked well with them - yippee!

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  37. I would love this little guy and have been trying to win him every chance I can. Maybe today is my lucky day!!

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  38. I have decided I hate cut, am pathetic at it, especially yardage. So am desparate for one of these!! *fingers crossed*

    contact AT blossomheartblog.com

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  39. yay! I'd love to win one of these! :)
    SparklePowerCandace@gmail.com

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  40. I have only gut started quilting and as much as I want to be adventurous and start on more complex pieces I am daunted by cutting badly into fabric and wasting it. This is the perfect thing for me. Thanks for the giveaway. Claire = claire-hillyard@hotmail.com

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  41. Youve gotta be in it to win it! - Yes please!

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  42. Thanks so much for the chance to win such a goodie! Love your project!

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  43. I´m intrigued by this little machine - would love to give it a try! I´m not the biggest fan of cutting myself... =)

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  44. ohhhhhh I'd LOVE a Go baby! would make cutting out sooooo much easier!!! please, please, please!!!

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  45. Cutting is my downfall. I will stare at fabric for days before I get up the nerve to cut into it. Maybe a Go Baby will help cure my fears! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  46. Anything to make my cutting life easier! i'd love the chance to win! thanks for the chance! vassi_miliotis@bigpond dot com

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  47. It would be great to have a Go Baby for those shapes that are difficult to cut accurately such as circles or drunkards path. I think the Go Baby will have to be on my Christmas list. Thanks for your great blog!
    monique
    lunde4@me.com

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  48. Thanks so much for your review on using the Go! Baby on vintage sheets! I can imagine how much of a time saver it would be for making larger quilts using vintage sheets. Fingers crossed!

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  49. oooh, thank you for the chance to win!

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  50. I have long admired the baby! It would be such a timesaver. Loving your dreamy vintage-ness :)

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  51. I am sure I'm repearting what others are saying _WANT WANT WANT!

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  52. wow - what a great comp - how exciting:)
    chocalex@yahoo.com.au

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  53. I don't think I have read a bad review of this machine! Sounds like a real time saver, and with accuracy to boot :-) Please count me in x

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  54. Please count me in, I'd love one of these because I'm a bit HST obsessed, but just can't quite justify the money. :)

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  55. I have been lusting after one of these machines for awhile...Thanks for the opportunity to enter the giveaway and GREAT Review, I agree it looks like a bit of waste, but what a time saver... Never win...just like to take a chance..

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  56. Thanks for your opinion. I just order a fq bundle of vintage sheets and I can't wait to get them. That would certainly give a Go Baby a workout.

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  57. I have been curious about the waste factor - but I agree w/the time (and money) you can save by making your own charm packs and jelly rolls, it seems worth a little waste! Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  58. What a great giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  59. When it comes to cutting I need all the help I can get! Thanks for having this giveaway and may the worst cutter (me) win!

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  60. I really want one to show up at my door steps.

    Paula B
    p_bazler21@yahoo.com

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  61. I was just contemplating buying one the other day - hopefully I luck out here! :)

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  62. I so want to win one of these. Here's to hoping that I win this one!

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  63. Great to hear it works with the vintage sheets! I have a bunch to run through it, too!

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  64. This has been on my wishlist! This would help a newbie to quilting! Love your vintage sheets!

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  65. Hi - New to your blog and enjoyed reading! thanks for the lovely giveway. This looks like a real time saver! thanks

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  66. What a great idea! 5 inch squares! They would make great quilty gifts for my friends! Oh please Mr. Random Number Generator! Let it be me this time!!!

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  67. Terrific giveaway! And such a beautiful pillow!

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  68. I appreciate the review- I am thinking of asking for one of these for Christmas! Would love to win one though!! :)
    Thanks!
    Cindy
    orr20004@msn.com

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  69. I'd love to win one!
    I think for cutting curves, this sounds SO much easier!

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  70. IMPRESSIVE! Love that tit can cut so many layers at once!

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  71. Oooh I would love to win - such a great giveaway! I feel like I've been considering getting one (seems like such a time saver!) for ages!

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  72. I've been loving all the samples I've seen with these. I'd love to play along!

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  73. Thanks for the chance to win one of these BABIES!
    mammacooksalot@gmail.com

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  74. I'm a new quilter, and really would love to win this to help with the accuracy of my cutting. I'm still working on the accuracy of my 1/4" seam, so having the fabric cut accurate would be half the battle, wouldn't it?

    Not sure I have my e-mail notification set up correctly, so I'm leaving my e-mail in here just in case. Thanks for the opportunity to participate in your giveaway.

    bab3(at)cdc(dot)gov

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  75. I would love to try one of these out. They seem to be popping up everywhere. And love that you have given it such a test run and was so happy with it

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  76. It would be fantastic to win! Cutting really is the worst part ;)I've been wondering if buying one would be worth it, so thank you for the review!

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  77. Still plugging away at my warm/cool quilt using the vintage sheet charm packs from you. Loving it so far! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  78. I just discovered your blog and an really enjoying it. Love the tutorials, and thanks for doing this give away!
    Patrick
    patricksings@hotmail.com

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  79. Wow, this is such a great giveaway. Thanks!

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  80. What a great giveaway! I've been wanting to try one of these! Thanks.

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  81. Love it... and all your vintage sheets! I've been collecting for a long time (not many thrifting options around here).
    Not trying to sway you but I am having a baby tomorrow (no joke) and this would be a perfect gift, hehe. Haven't been able to sew in months :(

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  82. Oh! I would love to have one, too!
    Thanks for the chance!
    ethet at charter dot net

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  83. What a great review on this product. I hope you do make an apple core tutorial using the Go die. Thanks so much.

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  84. I would love to win one of these!! I also hate cutting curved shapes. Not to mention, I'm thinking I can recruit my seven year old to help... lol Love your pillow Jeni, It's so fresh and happy!
    Shannon F
    s_franks4 at yahoo dot com

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  85. Love all of your vintage sheets. Have fun.

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  86. I'd love to win one of these. I love making quilts, but cutting fabric is my least favorite part of it.

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  87. I would love to win one of these! Thanks for the chance!

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  88. I've entered so many giveaways for one of these things, I've just got to one one at some point! It would make the hexie quilt I want to make SO much easier (and all the rest)! Thanks for the giveaway! brijenn98@msn.com

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  89. I hate cutting too! I have so many projects that this would help me get motivated to start.

    Rlsjtm (at) hotmail dot com

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  90. Wonderful! Thank you for the opportunity.

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  91. great info..thanks for the chance at winning!

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  92. I love this! And I have a lot of scraps to work with. :)

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  93. thanks for the review! i'd love to win.

    knottygnome@gmail.com

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  94. Thanks for your honest opinion and for the chance to win one!

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  95. What an awesome giveaway! Thank you so much for the change to win one of these machines!

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  96. I would love to win as I hate cutting well I should say I am NOT good at cutting... so this would be great for me : ) Thanks for the chance to win it.

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  97. i can't imagine what a great time saver this cutter would be! ive been cutting my scraps into useable pieces and this would be such a nice tool

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  98. Looks great. Thanks for sharing.

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  99. I've been eyeing these cutters for a while now! what a great giveaway! thanks :)

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  100. I'm laying in bed with a stomach bug wishing I had the energy to quilt. :( I love all your quilts though, they're gorgeous. :)

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  101. This machine looks like so much fun! I would love to win one... Thanks for the give away!

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  102. Would love to win one of these! It would really help with my pixel quilts which require cutting a lot of precise 2" squares.

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  103. Oh I love your blog. I'm laying in bed with a stomach flu right now wishing I had energy to quilt. :(

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  104. Ohhhh! I'm crossing my fingers on this.

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  105. thanks for the chance to win!

    francispaul@planet.nl

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  106. Thanks for the chance, what fun these seem. Really so tempting every time I see one.

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  107. I've been planning a massive scrap busting project- maybe winning one of these would take me out of the planning stage and into the doing stage!

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  109. Pick me! Pick me! :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  110. Hey Jeni! I'm a bit addicted to your blog ;o) I sooo would like to have one of these cutters! Since they're not yet available here in switzerland, it would be great if I could win one... (so far I haven't been lucky)!

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  111. Yes. please My Random Man, pick me. I so need on of these babies to help me cut. I would be so grateful. thanks, kathy shayshap@cox.net

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  112. Just found your blog and only just started out on my patchwork adventure. I love that you're using vintage sheets.

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  113. hoping, hoping, hoping :) thanks!!

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  114. I so want want of these!!!! please pick me. I love the hexagon die. it will be hard to choose.

    thanks....

    Lorene

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  115. What an amazing machine. I can't even begin to imagine how much mire fun quilting would be for me if I didn't have to cut fabric. Since it's the beginning of every project I have a really hard time starting quilts. Thanks for the giveaway!!
    Jaytensen@gmail.com

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  116. This Go! Baby! Accuquilt cutter is so useful. Love all that you can do with it. Thank you for this great giveaway and for sharing your review.

    Have a super great sewing and stitching day.

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  117. I love that accuquilt is giving away so many of these - fingers crossed! p.s. this was my first time visiting your blog, and I love it!

    starsandsunshineblog at gmail dot com

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  118. I would love to try some HST with it :)

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  119. What a wonderful giveaway! I'd love the chance to win - PLEASE PICK ME!!! :)
    jkdmam@gmail.com (Jamie)

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  120. Great review, you sold me, I want one...by the way I love this blog! b3moon56@hotmail.com

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  121. This is one GREAT giveaway!! I will LOVE to be a lucky winner!

    JKL052095(at)aol(dot)com

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  122. Thanks for the chance to win!
    melissakaatz (at) gmail dot com

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  123. Thanks for the chance to win. I hate cutting too! I would love to win this!dsfang@sbcglobal.net

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  124. I think I could really love this machine. I have arthritis as well and my scissors kill my hands and wrists. I would love to win this so I can enjoy the creating process again!

    jackie-donna@msn.com

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  125. I would love to win this! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  126. I haven't entered many of the giveaways, but I guess I'll give it a try! It's good to know you can use it with the vintage fabrics as well. Thanks for sharing, Jeni!

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  127. Love your blog & would love to win this cutter!

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  128. I am horrible at cutting! This would be a welcome tool

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  129. 90% faster!! That's for me! Thank you for the review and I hope I win.

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  130. That little machine is too cute! Sign me up!

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  131. The callouses on my hand would appreciate this cutter! mangelnsm(at)aol(dot)com

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  132. I soooo need one of these! Cutting is the *worst* part of quilting, no contest!

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  133. Love the vintage sheets! Thanks so much for the giveaway chance!

    dlwharp@yahoo.com

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  134. Jen,

    Your pillow is lovely! The things you do with sheets is amazing. I was always told to never use sheets in quilting.

    I would LOVE to win the Go! Baby cutter. Thanks for the chance to win one

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  135. I would love to have this cutter. My hands ache when I have to cut fabric. Thanks for the chance to win.

    Amy
    abf3615@aol.com

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  136. I'm hoping this is my lucky entry! I just made a big star quilt using your tutorial, and it's great. As soon as it gets out of the dryer, I'm taking pictures and sending it off to a friend, but I'd also love to keep it :)

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  137. I'd love to be able to cut up my scraps more quickly! That would make those baby quilts for the crisis center go much more quickly!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  138. how cool! so excited about this giveaway!
    Lauren
    minxden@gmail.com

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  139. Oooh! I'd love one of my own! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  140. I would love to win one! I'll keep my fingers crossed. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  141. Great to know that it works on vintage sheets!

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  142. Hi Jeni. I just bought my first stack of vintage sheets from Value Village. They're all clean and folded and waiting for me to cut them. I'll hold off till I find out if I'm the lucky winner! (I'm both an incurable optimist and an incurable procrastinator, so this works out well.)

    Zoom (soozoom@yahoo.com)

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  143. what a great giveaway! keeping my fingers crossed... :)!

    bess

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  144. Your half-square triangle quilt is lovely! What a great little tool.

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  145. I would love the cutter for tumbler & apple core blocks!

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  146. Would love the "Go Baby"! Thanks for the chance to win one... I see so many sheet patterns that I recognize - that I once had in your shop... what a hoot!
    Kat (wtrstone(@)aol.com)

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  147. I'm happy that you are enjoying your Go and I agree that it a great time saver judging by the lovely pile of prepared fabric. Anything to get into the sewing faster would be marvelous. Thanks for sharing.

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  148. I have seen this on a few other blogs and would love to win one. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  149. I love no hoops! : ) I would love to have this Go! Baby cutter too!

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  150. I would love this!!!!
    mcammack1952@yahoo.com

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  151. Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

    I love half- and quarter-square triangles a lot and use them prolifically, so I imagine I'd get a lot of mileage out of those dies.

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  152. Love the vintage sheet hst pillow, sew cute. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  153. I'm glad to hear it works well with sheets as well as quilting comments. Please put me in the running, and thanks for hosting such a fun giveaway!

    justme16@msn.com

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  154. I would love one of these! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  155. Me oh my... 366 people posted a comment!! Oooh, that's how badly they want that cutter machine.

    I do too!! My chances of winning is slim. All I can do is hope and save up my pennies for it. :0) Thanks anyway...
    isaacandteena@yahoo.com

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  156. I like that curvy diamonds quilting you did on your HST pillow! Thanks for the giveaway. :)

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  157. I hate cutting too, especially since I can't seem to ever cut straight...

    Thanks for this opportunity to win one.

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  158. This would be a fun, safe way to get my kiddos involved in helping me cut!

    knspears (at) gmail (dot) com

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  159. Dear GO! Baby and Random Number Generator...I'm starting to feel more than a bit like a stalker as I can no longer remember how many GO! Baby giveaways I have entered. Here is a heartfelt plea to be chosen and end this pain! Jeni, thanks for the chance!!!

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  160. I would love to bust through some of my scraps! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  161. This would be so cool for quilting and cutting out appliqués :)

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  162. I would love to bust through some of my scraps the way you have! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  163. This would definitely be a time saver for those curved pieces that are such a pain to cut out! What a great giveaway! codi(dot)kaji(at)gmail(dot)com

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  164. I would love to bust through my stash with one of these. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  165. Oooh - I have been eyeing this for a while! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  166. Would love to play with that little machine! I get sick of cutting too - that probably explains my tendency to use squares as much as possible since I find them easiest.

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  167. I have seen so many great reviews of this product I think I'll have to add it too my Christmas wish list, unless I'm fortunate enought to win it! - jordyn_b@hotmail.com

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  168. It would be great to bust through my scraps. Thank you for the opportunity to win! (Chefpa)

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  169. Oh, pick me! Pick me!! I would love this machine - thanks for the chance, Jeni!

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  170. wow! awesome giveaway, thanks!!!

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  171. Drunkard's Path is first on my list when I win one of these awesome machines!

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  172. Don't think my first comment was posted. Thanks for the giveaway!! : )

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  173. I want a Go Baby so bad. Cutting is my least favorite part of quilting and this would make it so much better!
    I love you blog a well.

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  174. What a beautiful stack of charms you have created. SOOOOOOOo pretty. The Go! Baby would make quick work of making those I'm sure. What a great thing to own with all those awesome dies they have now. I want to buy all their dies and if they don't stop releasing new ones I'll never catch up. LOL

    Thank you for your review and chance to win.

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  175. It sounds like it would be a great machine to have for cutting curved pieces or fancy shapes.

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  176. This looks awesome, count me in please! :)

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  177. Cutting is my least favorite part of sewing! I would live a Go! Baby.

    robyn(dot)geddes(at)gmail(dot)com

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  178. Thanks for your review! I've always wanted(to win!!) one of these quilter's toys. Press my thumbs to be the lucky winner! This would make lots more quilts!

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  179. I would love to win one of these! I cannot cut curved lines of any sort!

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  180. Thanks for offering this give-a-way. I would love to win this. It's the only way I'm going to be able to afford one. Would sure be able to put it to work.
    maggie
    mageez@comcast.net

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  181. Oooo... I've always wanted to try one of these thanks for the chance to win!

    thalia219 [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  182. That's the biggest reason I don't make quilts as much-- the cutting!! If this machine is as good as you say it is, it's definitely worth looking into!

    -jenny
    cattyjenny@aol dot com

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  183. I would love to use this one. I hate cutting, too. Thanks for the chance to win one.

    kathl1 (at) gmx (dot) de

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  184. Glad it's working out for you - I am going to ask for one for my birthday!

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  185. I have been DYING to get my hands on one of these! :)

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  186. Ooooo, I would just LOVE to win a Go! Baby!!!! Thanks for the chance.

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  187. I love this one step approach to winning something awesome!! Thanks for your review and honesty!

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  188. I would love a chance to win this! I hate cutting! =)

    amandameagan@gmail.com

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  189. Everyone is giving one of these away lately. I've been really greatful for the reviews since before them I assumed it would be hard to turn the crank but everyone says its really easy which is very important for me due to an injury. Anyway, I would love to win this.

    chancyf (at) gmail (d0t) com

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  190. I'd love to win a GO! Baby!! Thanks for the chance to win. Hugs Ariane

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