A really great new tool……..and GIVEAWAY (over $400 value)!

!!!!!!GIVEAWAY CLOSED!!!!!!!
I have been having a lot of fun playing around with a new tool lately.
And the precision of this thing is phenomenal.
And will grab at your little heart.
Well, your please-save-me-some-time-crafting heart.
Accuquilt is a company based out of Nebraska, that has created a brilliant little portable cutter.  One that will save you hours of time.  Seriously.
They have designed this sleek little tool, the Go! Cutter, that uses die cuts to cut so many different shapes and strips of fabric…….making quilting, sewing, and crafting so much easier.
Let me tell you a little secret.  I am not a quilter. Not because I wouldn’t like to be…….I just don’t have the time.  Quilting takes time…….and that’s no secret.  I like a project to take a few hours max, to work on it here or there, and then be done.  When my kids are bigger, I’d love to make piles of quilts……but now is not the time.  I need faster crafting gratification for now.
But then, a few weeks ago, I received a Go! Cutter to test out.
I cut piles of shapes and strips.
In minutes.
I’m not kidding.
So I decided to make a quilt……and just see how it went.
(Remember the time thing?  I was hesitant.)
So, I opened up my cutter and placed the Go! Tumbler die in place………
Then I folded over a piece of fabric 4 times, into a narrow strip to fit through the cutter…..to make multiple cuts, all at the same time.
I placed the mat on top and turned the handle a few times……
……and out came my tumbler-shaped cuts.  And 4 of them at the same time.
I continued on with the same strip of fabric, using as much of the space as I could……and ended up with minimal scraps.  Loved that.
And then I continued with my next colors and folded my fabric over even more, to cut through 8 layers of fabric at once.  Done.
And now I had little piles of neatly cut tumbler shapes, in 4 different colors.
The thing about this Tumbler shape, is that it has trimmed corners, to minimize trimming later on.  I didn’t realize how much I would appreciate that, until I sewed all the pieces together later on…….and didn’t have to trim one thing.  Ahhhh!
Then I layed out the shapes, just how I’d like them, and started sewing strips together.
Then I sewed all of the strips together to get one big quilt top piece.
Then I placed a layer of batting and then a piece of plain fabric along the backside…….and began quilting, using a stippling technique on the Bernina.  (Wow……effortless.  But we’ll talk about that another time.)  You could always use straight stitches right along each Tumbler shape or even hand-stitch some quilting designs onto your quilt.  But hand-stitching takes more time…….but is so charming.  So you decide.
Then I trimmed off my edges and got the quilt ready for the binding.
I placed my fabric onto the Strip Cutter die, and folded it into thirds so that I could cut long continuous strips……as wide as the width of my fabric.
I placed the mat on top……
……then rolled it through.
Then I removed the side scraps……
(This cutter is just 4 parallel blades, so it won’t ever chop your ends off…..thus, giving you 3 continuous strips.)
Then I unfolded my strips of fabric.
Easy, quick, and very precise.   Wow, this makes binding so much easier.
Then I sewed each strip together, and folded it in half lengthwise, to form one long piece to use for the quilt binding.
And then attached it to the quilt, sewed around it……….
………..and done.
I love that it took me an hour here and there from one day to make each quilt, and shaved off hours of measuring, cutting, and clipping.
And the tumbler shape created a fun and vibrant pattern for these quilts.
(And did I mention that I have never had my binding turn out so evenly and precise?  Must be from crooked binding pieces in the past.  Oops.)
And they go perfectly in the little boy/girl toddler room, that I started here.
(More on the room to come…)
One on a toddler bed, and one for the crib.
Love them both.
And I couldn’t be happier with how easy it was to keep everything even and precise while sewing.
Want to see some other ideas?
Are you really into making those rag quilts, with all of the textured edges?
But hate snipping and clipping all of the darn raw edges?


Just take a look at this Rag square die cut, that cuts each square on the Go! Cutter, plus all of the little slits in the fabric.  All you have to do is piece them together.
No more cutting.
At all.
Or how about some really fun applique cut-outs, that could be used on blankets, shirts, table runners, etc.  Check out all of the die cuts here.
Just think of all the fun.
(And I’ll be showing you more of what I have made using the cutter, tomorrow.)
But are you ready for something exciting?
Accuquilt is offering one of their Go! Cutters, absolutely free, to one of you.
The winner of this fabulous giveaway will receive 1 Go! Cutter and 3 Die Cuts of their choice.  (Over $400 value)
So whatever your crafting style is, you’ll be able to choose just what you’d like to create.
And save a ton of time while doing so.
(And remember to check back tomorrow for some other great non-quilting ideas,
using the Go! Cutter.  Can’t wait to show you.)
!!!!!!GIVEAWAY CLOSED!!!!!!!
Here’s how to enter to win:
Visit the Accuquilt site here , but more specifically the Go! Cutter shop here…….then browse around for a while.
Then come back here and let me know in one comment what your plans are for the Go! Cutter, or how you’d like to use it.
So visit the site,  comment back on this post, and you’re done.
Only one comment per person.
This giveaway ends Wednesday, July 21st, at 9:00 a.m. (EST)
Good luck!

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2,859 Responses to “A really great new tool……..and GIVEAWAY (over $400 value)!”
  1. 1
    Luv 2 Kreate says:

    I REALLY REALLY want one of these! I would use it to cut 2-1/2 strip all the time!

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    Megilon says:

    I think this would make quilting so much easier. I would get the Go! Apple and the Go! Tumbler for quilt making.

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    Angela says:

    I LOVE quilting!! It's become somewhat of a pastime now that I have 2 toddlers. But this would shave off soooo much time! I would like to try the Where's Tommy pattern for my boys- what a fun idea!

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    Ellen says:

    Love that shop! I would use this for quilting for my girls, which I'd like to do more of, but don't have the cutting patience, mainly.

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    chrissy o says:

    wow wow want one of these i would use mine for applique the flowers would work lovely and as a quilter it would be used for cutting the 2and a half inch strips
    hugs chrissyxx

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    Nena says:

    My mom loves to make quilts but her eyes are just not what they use to be. I would love this so that I can help her with the her quilts. I think it would save so much time and would be a great bonding experience.

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    McKell + Garrett Hartle says:

    Wow, this machince looks like so much fun! I can't believe you are giving it away. It would save so much time and would look at lot better than my cutting skills… I would love to have one for quilts and crafts. I love crafting for other people, especially when the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints needs humanitarian projects done. Please consider me :)Thanks. -mckell
    [email protected]

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    Sarahnthegirls says:

    Now THIS is an awesome product! My kids and I would have so much fun using this machine in many ways. Today, they are digging through my scrap basket and making patchwork pillowcases for their beds. This machine would make cutting a LOT easier!

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    QuiltyGirl says:

    These are so cool! I think i would use it mainly to cut 5" squares and 2 1/2" strips. So handy!

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    Busch family says:

    I would love to use this to quilt! My mom and grandmas quilt, and I'd love to join their club!

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    Kira says:

    I not only would use this for quilting, I'd use it to make some of my costumes, bibs, and possibly outfits for my pug.

    Pugs are meant to be dressed. :)

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    Karen says:

    Absolutely use it to make a quilt for my new baby's crib! And probably potholders as gifts and quilted bags!

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    Abbey says:

    Oh my gosh, that is the coolest thing ever! I like quilting, but cutting is the WORST!!!!! I would never stop using it! I can't imagine always having squares all be the exact same size!!!

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    Shelly and Kellan says:

    I'm all about fast crafts too! This tool is awesome :)

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    Messy Jessie says:

    I would give this as a gift to my mom. She loves quilting but would never spoil herself with such a great tool!

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    Sandra says:

    Circles, circles and more circles! I was just thinking two weeks ago how awesome it would be if there were a die cut machine for fabric . . . and here it is! I would love to win it!

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    A.W. says:

    Wow! I love how your quilts turned out, so cute. I would love to win so I could make rag quilts for christmas.

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    Suzee says:

    First I am going to make that cute quilt you made with the tumbler shape – as a picnic blanket – for all my friends. Then I am going to pull out all of the quilts I've wanted to make and get cracking!

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    Karen says:

    Well now I have to have one to make the 6 million ideas I have spinning thru my head!!! I need that butterfly cutout.

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    sisj says:

    This machine makes quilting look easy to even a beginner like me. I'd love to give it a try.

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    n8'swife says:

    I love to quilt, but I'm terrible at it! I can't cut a straight line to save my life! This would really make it a LOT more fun!

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    Holly @ Domestic Dork says:

    OMG! This is so cool! I'm about to start making quilts for the first time and this would be excellent! I love the tumbler shape quilts you made! They'd make a fantastic quilt for my MiniDork!

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    Natalie says:

    I just finished a HUGE rag quilt, and it took way too much time to trim the edges (and I even forgot a row). I would love to have the GO! Rag Square-5 1/4".

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    Amber says:

    At first I thought this was a scrapbooking tool. Boring. (for me.) Then I realized you were cutting fabric and I freaked out! I have been struggling over what to do with my kids rooms because my daughter and son want to share a room. Now I know I can make 2 really cute quilts for them! I NEED TO WIN.

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    Michelle says:

    Love to sew, HATE to cut. This would definitely take the headache out of quilting and appliques! Awesome tool!

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    ~linds says:

    I would use it all the time! I HATE cutting by hand. I would love the strip cutters, but would use the quilting shapes as well as the applique dies. We have an Accucut machine at work and I love it. I would LOVE to have one at home.

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    JW says:

    If I win the GO! Cutter I would make baby quilts for my friends. I have wanted to make a quilt for sometime but was intimidated by all the cutting. This would make it so much easier and I love the apple core die-cut!

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    Mama Bear says:

    The Go! is amazing! I would use it for so many things…cutting strips for binding, making an apple core quilt, cutting out appliques for various projects…oh and so much more!

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    Lori says:

    Awesome! I love the applique uses (onsies anyone??) and the rag quilt block. I hate cutting all those annoying fringe but love the look. Sweet deal! here's hoping I win!

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    Sharon says:

    I would love any of the strip cutters or Studio Strip Cutter-1 1/2" (Super Giant.

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    pink cotton says:

    I love this!! Makes quilting sooo much fun. Great timesaver. I have 4 little kids & this would speed things up like crazy.

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    Lindsay says:

    I would use it to cut my squares for the next three quilts in my project line up. I have been drooling after one of these for a while now.


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    Laure.Martin says:

    I would love to use this nifty little thing to make a quilt for my wonderful friend's triplets (of which I am a God Mother to one of :))!

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    Cyn says:

    I would love to have one of these. With three kids running around, the time spent cutting fabric makes all the crafting I want to do difficult. This would make appliques and binding so much easier, and my Mom would finally be able to convince me to quilt!

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    Kimberly says:

    I've never done a quilt but really want to try to. This would be awesome for that! The strip cutter would also be great for making ruffles.

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    *Kelly* says:

    OH MY GOODNESS! I am in the process of getting a new machine so I can quilt more!! and I was just talking to my friend saying how we never win give-aways online….so please let this be my first win! I would def. get the strip cutter and then something just crazy fun! I cant decide but don't worry I will be able to SO PICK ME!!

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    Nina says:

    Oh, I'm in love! :) I would use the Go! Cutter to make fabric pennants in a snap!

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    Stacey says:

    Oh my gosh…I'm in LOVE!

    I would definitely be spending a lot more time quilting (and a whole bunch less time cutting). How easy is this? Seriously awesome. I love it all especially the letters.

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    melissakeith says:

    My mom is a big quilter, especially for charities. I think I would give this to her. The die cuts would look adorable on some of the premie quilts she makes!

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    Amanda says:

    I, like you, typically enjoy projects that allow more instant gratification. I really think that this would allow me to do more baby and toddler quilts that I love to give as gifts. Thanks for giving us a chance to win one!

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    Amanda says:

    My all-time favorite blanket is a quilt from my grandmother. She cuts everything by hand….so, as much as I would love this thing for myself, if I won I would give it to her for her birthday coming up!

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    Fosters says:

    I would LOVE to make different quilts for my family. I've tried some in the past, but time has gotten away from me, and so have the straight edges! This would be a blessing to have! I would love it especially for all the cutting and straight edges! LOVE this product!! I would probably have to purchase most of the products since I'm in love several different ones!

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    Becca says:

    Oh the quilts I would make with this! And I'd applique all over the place with those cute dragonflies and butterflies!

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    Lindsey Marie says:

    WHOA! What a great giveaway!
    If I won this, I would give it to my boyfriends Grandma, who is an amazing quilter and quilts for Big Bend Hospice Tallahassee and also makes quilts for Babies in the NICU. She is a great woman and would love this tool! Maybe she would even be nice enough to share it with me so i can make some appliques! :)

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    Caroline says:

    I didn't even know that something like this existed! I am a VERY slow cutter (and not always the most precise), this would make all my quilting projects go so much faster which is especially important if I am going to get any sewing done once the school year starts again.

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    Dena and Jared says:

    Oh heavens, do I have to pick just one idea! I love the baby bib and the onesie applique ideas. However I would probably use the strips almost every day :)

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    Michelle says:

    I love doing appliques on plain t-shirts! This would make it so much easier!

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    Kayla says:

    I would use this for Oh so many things, sewing, scrapbooking, decorating. . . The possibilities are endless.

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    Krystal says:

    I love this new machine! I have been dying to try and make a quilt, but the "time" thing has made me put that desire on the back burner, but I could so do it with this machine. I would love to try the rag die.

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    Daisy says:

    This is amazing! I love the geometric shapes (I'm a math person) and how easy this would make my life! Especially after having eye surgery a few years back that caused distortion when cutting shapes by hand. It's a great machine!!

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    Anonymous says:

    I am an avid quilter and would to be able to save time and make some more interesting shapes in my quilts. I love your quilts, and am seriously aching with Jealousy over your Bernina. I had one from the 70's that I used to death. I wore the motor out, and I miss it.

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    jaimee says:

    As a new mom, I'm very eager to start quilting, but it's a little overwhelming for me. I think the GO! Cutter would give me a bit more confidence so I can eventually work up to making a memory quilt of some of my favorites from my daughter's first year onesies. For the dies, I especially love the GO! Critters and GO! Stars, but would probably want to start with basics, like one of the GO! Squares.

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    emilyjpaterson says:

    WOW I've never heard of this! It sounds amazing :) I would definatly put this to good use since my friends are all having babies right now – I could make some beautiful and thoughtful gifts for them :)

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    Mandy says:

    This is awesome! I would probably use it the most for rag quilts cuz I make a lot of those.

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    Stephanie says:

    I would love this for quilting. I'm a horrible cutter, and this would make it SO much easier!

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    Amy says:

    Wow! I am a wannabe sewer – just getting started and heavily inspired by your blog! This would really help me start out right with my projects, especially when my eyes are too big for my skills. Cutting fabric is an especially daunting task for me!

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    Lisa says:

    Anything to help shorten the time of projects is my kind of gagdet. Seriously love it!

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    Geoff and McCaulie says:

    Oh my birthday is on the 20th so this would be a nice little present :) Keeping my fingers crossed!!


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    Christy says:

    OMG!!! This is the most awesome tool ever! I don't quilt YET but I would def. be a quilter with this tool! Love the quilts you made for your kiddos! You made it look so easy to do.

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    Valerie says:

    I am like you- would love to quilt, but with three children under five, just don't have the time. I also love the applique cuts- great for those clothing repurposing projects!

    Thanks for the review- I'd never even heard of this!

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    Angie says:

    I have never heard of these!!! They are AWESOME! My granny was a quilter, and I have wanted to learn. If I won this, I would hav eno excuse to not start learning. The little quilts you made are adorable!

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    SewCalGal says:

    I'd love to win the GO! for a friend. Great product. Love to create with the 3 1/2" strip die too.


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    Amber says:

    I would use this to actually MAKE a quilt! I have been wanting to…but the time factor is DEFINITELY an issue! Love the two quilts you made!!

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    The Koutz Family says:

    I could add so many cute emblishments to the cloth diapers I'm making for my baby-to-be (due 9/6)

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    Mandy says:

    I would actually quilt again. I like to quilt but hate to cut.

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    joylyn says:

    I've always wanted to quilt, but like you said TIME. This looks so easy and fast. I would love to give it a try!

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    Sarah says:

    I love those quilts you made–I would want to try the tumbler.

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    Virginia says:

    I'm drooling over this machine! I would probably do more onesies and quilts with applique! & the strips – awesome!!!

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    SteffiD says:

    OH MY GOSH! I want one of these like I want another set of arms to help! Cutting is definitely my least favorite part of quilting, and I often times put off making a quilt due to my hatred of cutting! This would be awesome, and give me more motivation! Those tumblers are so cute! I also like the flower applique die cut.

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    Laura says:

    Oh my goodness. I would LOVE this for SO many reasons! I have an auto-immune disease that greatly affects my joints so cutting is my biggest struggle! This would help massively! Especially with the so-cute and cuddly rag quilts!

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    Jenifer says:

    I'm in love! I want to be a quilter, but time…oh, where does it go? And, to be honest, quilting is fairly intimidating. But this seems to take care of both things! I would make quilts for my family. Each one unique.

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    Riece says:

    I've only ever done a solid quilt, with no piecing. This looks so fun!!

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    Lisa says:

    OMG I have been eyeing this for a while now…I really want to start quilting but when I cut they never match up..so I give up..:( I really love the rag quilt die..I would make one for my bed!! Thanks for the opportunity to win this awesome machine!!

    hipmonkey at msn.com

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    Elyssa says:

    This tool would be great for making any project go faster. And that is the key to my crafting with a baby who only takes one nap, fast is good!

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    Alisha says:

    What an amazing giveaway. I would love to win this. I have been looking at fabric cutters for over a year now but cannot afford it. I have so many plans & dreams to open my own Etsy shop. This would be the perfect tool to get my business started. I would use this to make unique bibs, burp cloths and blankets for babies. Thank you Ashley for this incredible opportunity.

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    Shayna says:

    I really want one!!! i would use if all the time! i do strips for blankets and this would HELP so much!!!!

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    Julie & Jill says:

    I am just starting to make quilts, and my projects would go so much faster and easier with this cutter! I would have a hard time choosing which shapes to get, but oh how I love looking at them all. I would use the square cutter the most. And I've always wanted to make a rag quilt, but haven't wanted to invest the time. That would be my first investment!

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    Miss Summerson says:

    What a great tool! I'm a beginner quilter and would love to use this for baby quilts!

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    Tasha says:

    I've never made a quilt because I can't cut a straight line with a ruler! First up would be quilts for my kiddos and I might just use the tumbler because that quilt you did was WONDERFUL!!

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    Danielle says:

    I would love to use the dies to make cute shirts for my 3 girls!

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    Åsa says:

    I would love to own one of these! I love quilting but hate cutting, so this would let me focus on the sewing. And I just love tumblers and applecores=)

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    Adam and Nikki says:

    Wow this machine is a dream come true. I am thinking about all the great items I could make with it. I am new to quilt making and I would love to be able to become the master quilter. With this machine I would be able to make works of art. I would become the master quilter in no time. Please pick me.

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    Roxxi and Van says:

    I'm like you.. I love to sew.. I hate to cut fabric!
    I would LOVE this so I can actually get those quilts together I've always wanted to make!

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    Brittney says:

    I love applique on shirts and clothes. I am a beginning quilter as well. This would be wonderful!

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    Melany says:

    great giveaway! i would love to use it for felt cut-outs. and i always love me some quilting.

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    James and Heidi Dryden says:

    I would love one of those to make…anything! Such a time saver!

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    Misty Barton says:

    Love IT! Having two little ones at home and not much time, this would be absolute Heaven!! I would make blankets for days!

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    Kara says:

    Cutting is my least favorite part of sewing.

    I would love to try using the cutouts for applique projects beyond quilts!

    a_charmer @ ymail.com

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    Alice says:

    This is AWESOME! I love adding cute appliques to projects, and making binding for quilts has never looked so easy!

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    Jessica at the Harp says:

    What a great tool! This would make quilting so fun! I would definitely use the 2 1/2 strip.

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    Julie M. says:

    Holy smokes, this is great!! I would love to make my girls quilts, but just didn't want to have to cut and cut. Who has the time?! And that 2" strip, AWESOME! What a great giveaway! Thanks!

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    Camille says:

    I definitely would use that to make a cute tumbler quilt like you've done… that is adorable! I've never seen a machine do that!!

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    Tanna says:

    I've been promising my daughters some quilts for their beds, so that's what I'd do.

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    Naomi says:

    I would love to be able to make a quilt for my kids, I have tried quilting in the past but hated the cutting of all the pieces. Currently in need of summer quilts for the kids, they hate sleeping without a blanket! I LOVE the apple, and drunkard dies.

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    Nancy says:

    Definitely would use a strip cutter to make strip quilts. My favorite!

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    Brooke says:

    I'm a quilter so I would definitely use it for quilting. I've seen the Go! Cutter before, but I was skeptical since I thought there'd be more waste. Your demo definitely shows that it's probably less wasteful than my own cutting (which I hate to do). Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Emily says:

    I absolutely adore the quilts you made! I've never made one (yet) but would definitely try if I won! I'd also like to make a tiered skirt or a circle skirt and start appliqueing (yes, I'm a bit behind the times).

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    Heather Crowe says:

    Such a cool tool. I'm a perfectionist so I know I'd just love all those perfectly cut blocks. I love the tumblers and the squares.

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    Julia Mar says:

    I'd make a quilt. I've only ever made one quilt and it took me and my mom 5 YEARS to finish. It was too time consuming we just kept setting it aside (and we hand quilted it).

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    Hazel says:

    I come from a big family, in-fact there are 9 of us kids….which makes for a lot of nieces and nephews(27 and growing), I love make them quilts, but I hate cutting out all the pieces! This tool would make my love for quilting so much easier. I would really love to win this!!!

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    Trista says:

    I want to start a quilt here soon and this would be perfect!!! I love funky original designs so I would go with the applique, maybe the rose set or arabesque! Then I could make a storyline quilt with all of the wonderfully cut pieces. I have never won a giveaway so fingers crossed that this magnificent machine can be my first win!!!

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    lmoylan says:

    I have such a horrible time cutting pieces. This would save me loads of time and fabric! What an awesome tool to have.

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    D&C says:

    I am so new to the crafting world, but we're expecting our first, so i would use it on the bedding for the crib, especially with the flower appliques.

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    chokanson says:

    I would love to make a fall tablecloth using the GO! Fall medley. I've always wanted one but can't find a cute one!

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    Andrea says:

    I am wanting to make a crib quilt for my little girl on the way. This would be an awesome tool to help me in the process!!

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    KV says:

    All of my friends are having babies now, so I would be cranking out the quilts! I'd get the apple core die and the drunkard's path die.

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    Melissa says:

    Oh my! That is incredible! Definately a MUST HAVE! :) Think of all the time I could save, not only quilting, but those strips could make quick and easy trim too for my custom clothing designs.

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    Dayna says:

    What an awesome product, they had some way cute ideas of different patterns. I would love to try any of them!

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    Nydia says:

    I would love to have one of these… I really want to make a large patchwork quilt made of 2 inch squares but it just seems to tedious to hand do it.

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    Lindsayb-mo says:

    This would be awesome! I've yet to make a quilt and would love to make one for each of my 3 kiddos. What an amazing new tool! The Go! Starter set would be very helpful as well. Great giveaway!!! =0)

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    Kimberly says:

    Call me crazy, but I might use all of the strip sizes over and over and over again. This is a neat tool for sure!

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    Liz says:

    What wouldn't I use this for? I think I would get a geometric shape, a classic shape and the little critters applique shape. I have really wanted to start quilting but I am so nervous about it; this would help me out tons!

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    The Gustafson Family says:

    Ooh..Your post was very inspiring! I would use the rag cut out to attempt a rag blanket!! Crossing my fingers..hoping to win!

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    Bird R. says:

    amazing – there are so many projects for my upcoming wedding that I could use this for: napkins, welcome bags, bunting, table runners…

    melindasr5 at yahoo dot com

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    Jodi says:

    Wow! That looks like an amazing tool. I have two daughters and a tiny apartment. I've had to stop quilting due to lack of space to cut the fabric. With this tool, I think I'd be able to start back up!

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    Tishka says:

    Ahh!! What a wonderful wonderful thing! I'm so in love with this that I don't know where I would start! There are so many quilts that I have wanted to try making but haven't because I knew I wouldn't have time after all the cutting! This little machine would give me that time!

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    The Malan Family says:

    I would love to use this to make a blanket for my sister who is going to adopt her first baby in October. I have been trying to think of the perfect gift and think it is so cute she would love it! I would also use it for scrapbooking and decorating for parties!

    Amanda M

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    laundryontheline says:

    Wow! What an amazing tool. I would love to have something like this for quilting and applique and the strip cutter would be amazing too!

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    Valentina says:

    Fantastic! I would use to decorate the clothes I sew!

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    The Laws says:

    My baby boy will be a year old in November and I have been wanting to make him a big boy quilt for when we move him to a big boy bed. I absolutely love sewing and the idea of making something that will be around for years and years like the quilts I have from my grandmother just puts a permanent smile on my face!

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    The Clegg Family says:

    I make rag quilts/blankets for any new niece/nephew, so this cutting machine would be heavenly when cutting out the individual squares.

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    Nicole says:

    Ooh, I could finally make quilts for my girls' – they are jealous of the quilts my talented neighbor made for her girls. I would love it!

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    Kelli says:

    I've always wanted to make a yoyo quilt but the thought of cutting out all those circles has stopped me. Now if this machine were to do that nasty work for me…oh yeah, baby!

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    Becca Lund says:

    wow, I can only imagine the quilts I could make if I had this! I, too, love quilts but don't make them because I don't like how time consuming it is to cut out all of the pieces. This would be my dream come true!

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    Becca says:

    Oh I would love this! I am just a beginner quilter and this would be so, so, so helpful!

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    DeAnna says:

    Wow! I love it! Just started getting into quilting and what an easy trick to use for fabric! Can't wait to see one in person!

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    Jackie says:

    Wow, this is a DREAM product!!! I can't believe how much time it would save!

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    TNT(she) says:

    I'm a beginner – I'd like to make some table runners for our new home, and…well, I guess I'm lazy. I'd like to fall in love with quilting, and I think this product would take enough of the frustration and time out of small (not to mention large) projects that a beginner could find herself learning quickly and easily.

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    Sarah says:

    Wow! This would make quilting so much easier! I have all the blocks cut out for my first quilt but am dreading cutting the binding. This would certainly help!

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    Joanna says:

    I love what you did, but I'm loving the fact that it cuts perfect circles even more. I've been wanting to do a polka dot like blanket, but HATE cutting out circles!!! I could think of a million different ways to use this little guy!!!!

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    Jennifer Burgett says:

    I would love to win this machine . . . but I wouldn't keep it. I would give it to my mom who is a wonderful quilter. I can't even imagine the projects she would make if she had this!

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    Amy O. says:

    Wha…What? That is awesome! I've had an itch to start quilting lately and this would give me a big push to start. My first project would be to copy the quilt you made with it. It has a great modern look. The patterns accuquilt has on their website look great too – I love the Dahlias Pattern.


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    Ry and Ally says:

    Oh my heck this would be so awesome!! I would make a quilt for sure! Its something I've wanted to do for a long time!

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    Sarah Louise says:

    I would absolutely LOVE to have this! It makes me giddy just thinking about it! Ok, so I would use their strip die cuts to make a quilt called Popsicle Sticks that I've been eying for a while. This would make it SO much easier! Especially since I don't even have a rotary cutter! I've been making quilts using scissors! Not so much fun…but this, this would be phenomenal!

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    Hills says:

    I would love to win, my grama is always making quilts for everyone and i would love to make her one! PICK ME!!

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    Bobi says:

    I love the cabin and posies quilt pattern on the site. I love making rag quilts this would be very handy for that! I want one!!

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    Kourtney says:

    I love to sew but I've yet to tackle quilting. I would use this to make my first quilt! And the die cuts would make my applique projects so much easier. I would definitely be using it for that too.

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    Cecily says:

    Wow! This is an amazing giveaway! I would definitely use it for making quilts and making rag quilts. This seems like a dream machine.

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    aga says:

    Just perfect for my houses! (go and see :) http://skrawkiwolnegoczasu.blogspot.com/2010/07/jak-zrobic-domek.html
    I spent most of my sewing time on CUTTING.
    Wish I could have it!

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    Emma says:

    All the quilts that I could make so much easier than now, time saved. Wow!

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    Heather says:

    OMG I would love this I could make so many things so much faster. I want to make a quilt for my daughters bed right now. So so many things I could do with this!

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    Katy and Wes says:

    I really, really need this. My little girl has been in a big girl bed for a year and a half and we have never gotten her a quilt for it. So I would love to make a quilt for her. Something with flower and in pink and brown. I hope I win!

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    Kristen says:

    This is amazing! All the time that rag square die would save me with my rag quilts! I am in love!!!

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    Shirley says:

    I love this! Your quilts are amazing! I would use it to make all the cute cuts and pieces and for everything you've described! I hope I win!

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    Amanda Jones says:

    I am a beginning sewer and my skills aren't that great yet. Mainly, because I just don't have time to practice. I have started working on two different quilts and I really need to finish them> If I had this, it would really cut the time in half and help me get projects done. This is the neatest product. I love your quilts too!

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    Bascopes says:

    I saw a demo of this at a quilt show. It love everything it can do especially the binding. Would def LOVE one of these for my quilting projects.

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    Rae Rae says:

    My mom is so crafty with her appliques that I wouldn't dare (but I'd let her borrow it!).

    I'm a scrap quilter, for dang sure – making the rough-edged rag quilts for all the kids. It would be so nice to not have to clip all night!

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    Julie says:

    I've been eyeing this new toy- So many possibilities!!

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    Adriana says:

    Wow I didn't even have to finish the post to know that I WANT one. Not only would I love to make quilts with it but the applique options are endless. LOVE IT! It's like a cricut for fabric..genious!

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    Riley and Brittney says:

    I would use this to make my quilting experience much less stressful. I always stress about cutting the fabric, but I think this little tool would eliminate the stress!! I want to win this.

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    Amanda Joy says:

    I would use this for applique, and I LOVE the geometric shapes. This is so convenient!

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    Tammy says:

    I would use it to finally make a quilt for my one year old, and a quilt for our second coming in January. Quilts for everyone!!

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    ...t. says:

    WOW, I have to tell you just ONE thing I want to do with it? LOL. I would LOVE to learn to quilt, this might take a little of the fear out of it. I would also love a little applique help.

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    Samantha says:

    Ooo! What a fun toy! :) I'm a beginner quilter, so I'd LOVE something like this to help me out — it'd make it all sooo much easier!

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    CaLynn says:

    This is a super generous giveaway! Ive been wanting to make a hexagon quilt for some time but im too scared to start out of fear my hexies would be all wonky. Thats where i would start. But then i would move on to stripes and applique and prolly just go crazy. But i cant wait to see what your other ideas are for this little machine! Thanks for the opportunity:)

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    Paige says:

    Oh wow…lots of stuff I could do with this! Starting with a new quilt for my daughter's bed!

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    Sarah says:

    wow your quilts are amazing! My mom and I would love to use this for quilting! Thanks for the giveaway

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    Maghan says:

    I've really been wanting to learn to quilt- this would be a great tool to learn with! The GO! Rag Star quilt project is beautiful…maybe I'd start there :)

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    Katie says:

    Oh, I REALLY REALLY need this. For ages I have wanted to make quilts for our kid's birth mothers, but I just am not talented enough. This would help me so much! Pick me, pick me!

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    Steph says:

    I'd definitely use this for appliques. And my mom has been trying to get me to quilt, so with this maybe I will! Thanks for the giveaway!
    steph2pigs at gmail

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    gilchrist says:

    I would love to start making quilts and I would use it to make applique shirts for my kiddos. The possibilities are endless with an awesome machine like this!!

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    Katie says:

    This is perfect for people like me who seem to never be able to cut straight… EVER. I would love to piece meal a few different shapes into new shapes… a very fun way to make cool appliques!

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    CodynStacey says:

    This is amazing! My mom is a quilting queen and wants to teach me so bad, but I've never been very interested because it takes her SO SO long to make one! This would make it super fast and SUPER fun!!! I am loving all the shapes you can cut out for appliques! It's just fantastic!

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    Melanie & Family says:

    I love the yo-yo quilt idea. It would save a ton of time not having to hand cut all of the circles.

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    Southern Belle says:

    Wow! I am not a sewing gadgets person. I am very old fashion as my mother, but I WANT THIS!! It sure would make quilting and aplique a breeze. Whoever came up with this is a genius!! This is one gadget I would make room for.

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    LeAnn says:

    WOW! What an amazing machine! I made a quilt for my little girl and am pregnant again and want to make another quilt for the baby on the way. It is so time consuming to cut all the pieces that I've been putting it off. This would be such a life saver!

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    Ms.Kristi says:

    Beautiful quilts! : ) I think I'd have to try my hand at those… but I can only imagine.. no cutting or measuring!? Bliss.

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    Arly says:

    I would give it to my mother- in- law, who loves to quilt. And then have her teach me to use it so i can get one myself!

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    Kara says:

    This is so awesome! I just joined my first quilt guild, and this would save me so much time. And I love making rag quilts, so I'd definitely get that die. Such a great idea!

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    amoskin says:

    Not terribly original I'm sure but I really would like to make a few quilts like yours for the kids guest room (boyfriend has little ones who live with their mom but we're working on a room for them at our place). They're super cute and looked relatively easier for a beginner quilter like me! Thank you for the how to!

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    Karena says:

    I am amazed at your giveway. One thing I love is that you really encouage creativity in all of us.

    I visited and loved the starter Kit.

    I would make a wonder quilt for outdoor picnics and concerts!

    Art by Karena

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    sharpal says:

    This would be so great. I would use it for quilts, but mostly for patches on the jeans of my children. I have so many to fix and it would be so cute to do it with style. I might even be more inclined to do it with a new machine.

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    Brian says:

    Okay, I'm being a good husband and looking at this for my wife. She would love it I am sure and I will have to build some shelf to put it in, but oh well.

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    Tiffany J says:

    I have been wanting to make cute baby blankets and spit rags with fun designs and appliqué, and the designs they have are perfect! Some favorites that I would use all the time are the funky flowers and the stars. The geometric shapes are perfect to piece together to make other pictures too

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    RedDaisy says:

    Pick me…pick me…what would I use it for…QUILTING. Here is why…my aunt used to crochet blankets for us as Christmas/birthday gifts, I have about 4 or them plus a couple she did for my boys. She was in a car accident a couple of years ago and is still having operations on her arm and she does not have enough use of her hand to crochet. This would be PERFECT for me to begin the tradition again…with quilts instead of crochet in her honor.


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    Tawnya says:

    I too, am not a quilter but I'd love to be. Easy peasy fun machines like this would make that goal a whole lot easier! I especially love the arabesque applique.

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    Courtney says:

    oh my goodness this would me the most perfect thing for my mom. she is a quilt making machine and would love it! (i would borrow it to make circles!!!)

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    Keriann says:

    When I win I'm gonna use it first for charm squares! I like to save money by purchasing yardage and cutting my own rather than buying charm packs! The cutter will make that SO much faster!

    Oh and my new fetish is hexies! What perfect hexies I can cut with the Go! Cutter!!

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    Hallie says:

    Wow, that is so awesome!! I am obsessed with sewing and try to do it every day. I love to make things for my friends and family for baby gifts. This would be such a fun tool to have to make quilts for baby gifts!

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    Joy says:

    Okay, my mom would LOVE this. She is big into quilting, so I have to confess if I get it, I would give it to her for Christmas, but what a great Christmas gift!

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    Margo Tinnin says:

    I would use the cutter to make lovely quilts for my two boys. I can only imagine the joy of cutting without endless measuring and mistakes.

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    SueBooBadoos says:

    I'd love to try quilting one day but I would use this for appliques right now until I get the courage to try a quilt..lol

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    Anonymous says:

    I am practically hyperventilating over this machine. I've always wanted to try quilting, but with 2 small kids I could sure use a time saver like this!

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    Julie says:

    Wow!!! I have two future quilt projects that has this gizmos name all over it!!

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    Emskyrooney says:

    I am DROOLING over this tool!!! I have so many baby quilts to make (seems like every week another friend gets pregnant!) and this would make it go so much faster!

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    Chelle says:

    No way!! This machine is amazing. I'd never heard of it until now. I love that it cuts the 2 1/2 inch strips. I'd use it to make some pretty sweet pillows. I'm keeping my fingers crossed!

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    The Harris Family says:

    This is amazing!!! I would love it to also make quilts. I made one and it was fun it just took so much time. With this I could make them all the time.

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    Gordita says:

    I love the quilts you made. Great colors! Amazing.

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    Lara says:

    I would use this to make quilts for my nieces and nephews going off to college.

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    Kristen and Darryl says:

    I definately would love this tool. It would be a gift to my sweet mother, who loves to quilt. She is giving my 9-year-old sewing lessons right now. This would be the perfect "thank you" gift.
    Pick me! :)

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    Jorie says:

    I have been drooling over this for awhile, but its just not in the budget quite yet. I would love to use the rag quilt die, and some of the applique baby shapes. I make quilts and baby blankets quite often and would love to cut out some of the preparation time! What an amazing giveaway!

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    Jolene Mulford says:

    I LOVE to quilt but don't have the time with 4 young kids, work, church and PTA. I would Love to do projects with this!! I want it all!! Eventually!

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    Matthew & Rachel Hughes says:

    I would use it for rag quilts and appliques!

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    Goings on at the Glenn's says:

    If I were to win my first ever blog giveaway this would be the one I would want to win! I would soo so so love one of these. I have recently gotten into quilting and the only thing I don't like about it is the time it takes to cut everything out. What better way for me to enjoy EVERY part of it!

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    Rebecca says:

    This is awesome! My husband and I are hoping that in the next six months or so we'll be able to get pregnant with our first baby. I would love to get this so I can make cute quilts and nursery decorations (and appliqued shirts/onesies) for the baby! Plus I have some very cute nieces and nephews I'd like to be able to make things for them.

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    Lisa and Mark says:

    i will use it for appliqueing, quilting, and making hair accessories!

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    Annette says:

    This would be so sweet for appliqueing quilts.

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    Brandon and Kristina says:

    I would so love this…it would make everything so easy!

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    Josh and Shyann Croke Family says:

    I would definitely be making some quilts for my kids.

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    kris says:

    so lovely, i love quilting but don't have time these days since i'm writing a dissertation and have a 3.5 year old! this would make quilting a part of my life again!!

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    Pam says:

    I would like to use it just like you did, it would be a great time saver for me!

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    Steph says:

    Oh I don't even know what I'd choose! I'm such a scrapbooker that anything that would cut applique-type shapes would be awesome. Plus, after seeing the machine cut binding strips it got me thinking of how much easier it would make finishing sleeves and necklines on shirts…

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    Pamela M says:

    I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE one of these! I woudl use it for some quilting projects my mom and I need to start! I think this thing would make our projects a breeze!!

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    Helen says:

    My mom loves to quilt (and I want to learn how) and her birthday is coming up so I would love to win this for her!

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    melissa says:

    This looks like such an awesome product! I've been wanting to do more quilting but with a 1 1/2 year old, I only have little chunks of time here and there. This would drastically reduce my time per quilt. I haven't made a blanket/quilt yet for my baby's room, so that would be my FIRST project! Please please pick me!!!!

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    Taylors says:

    I have never felt so inspired to sew a quilt!! I would love to start, and for once not be so intimidated!!

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    Nada says:

    I would love to have this help me attempt quilting for the first time like you! I've never tried, b/c it seems to take too long, but this looks fabulously fast!

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    iammaryburke says:

    I would love to have it just for the binding! It looks like an amazing machine.

    Mary Smith

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    Anita says:

    I would use it for making the Grandbabies crib and bed quilts with their favorite themes.

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    Candace says:

    I would love to have one of these, not only could you use it for quilts but for fabric wall appliques and fabric covered cards.

    I just discovered that I am expecting my fifth child- let me tell you it is a SURPRISE! I am going to have to start a home business, this would make quilting in quantity easier.

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    Abby says:

    I'm the wife of a youth minister and rarely have more than a weekend for any project. The go cutter would come in handy for bulletin boards, and in the quilts we make for our silent auctions. I'm glad someone finally invented something like this.

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    kelliemcc says:

    I would give this to my mom, she's a quilting maniac and I'm sure this would make cutting so much easier!

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    Jody says:

    WOW! Awesome giveaway. With seven grandbabies I would never run out of things to make. Quilts first, appliques for tees after that.

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    Jen says:

    I have already drooled over this a couple of times at Joann. I've done a few quilts and really like working on them, but am still pretty bad at the cutting part. I love the looks of the tumblers – but even like the half square dies.

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    Heather says:

    I have been planning on making some quilted changing pads for a while to give away and maybe sell, but the idea of cutting out all of the pieces has been daunting. This looks like just the thing to speed that part up! I love all of the applique' shapes.

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    Matt and Jessica says:

    I've been wanting to start quilting for some time now but just can't find the time to cut all the pieces! I would love to have this GO! Cutter to be able to make some adorable quilts for family and friends and also bedding for my little girl!

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    Jamey says:

    Sold! I would use it to cut straight. Seriously I cannot cut straight to save my life! It would save so much time and fabric!

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    Mrs. Bianca says:

    I would love to win this for my MIL! She's been quilting for as long as she can remember and the binding strips will help shorten her time. Also, the appliques would add some snazz and pop to her already amazing quilts!

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    Brielle says:

    I would do a tumbler quilt like you did. I would probably make a lot of baby quilts. There are a lot of babies being born and it's nice to work on a quilt project that will be a gift too. This would save me so much time!!!

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    Fairytales, Photos, & Fashion says:

    Oh my goodness, the possibilities are ENDLESS!! I have so many friends having babies that the lullaby one would come in handy for bibs and blankets.

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    Amber says:

    I've tried quilting before, and by the time I'm done cutting and can actually start quilting, I'm bored with it. I think this little machine would finally be just the thing to make me into a "quilter" and not just a "cutter"!! Thanks so much for the chance to win because there is absolutely no way I could afford to buy one!

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    Tori says:

    Love the fabric you chose!

    I would love this for cutting out strips, and I love their applique die cuts. I've always wanted to do a circle applique quilt but dread cutting out circles!

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    amy says:

    I really, really, REALLY want one of these! My favorite die is the apple core. I would make so many quilts with this!

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    kristen says:

    OH MAN!! I am so excited for this giveaway!! I would first make a quilt for my daughter's bed then I would applique a bunch of shirts for everyone in my family! Oh the fun I could have with this machine!!

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    Timand Alisa says:

    I started quilting to pass time while my husband does training for the Marine corp. I would use the Go! Cutter almost everyday to cut shapes for my quilts, and i love rag quilts. This would shave so much time off my cutting and allow me to just sew!

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    JaneyJ says:

    I've always wanted to quilt but the cutting seemed so tedious! This machine would make it so easy!

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    she wears flowers says:

    I'd love the strip dies and can imagine about 100 uses for those. I think it would be great to make ruffles!!

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    Britanie says:

    Brilliant! I have 3 quilts sitting in my "to do" pile that I just can't muster the time to sit and cut out the pieces, I would absolutely finish those quilts if I had the Go! I recently cut over a thousand pieces of fabric for girls camp with my rotary cutter and can't believe how much faster it could have gone with this tool…

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    The Riebeek Family says:

    Wow!, There is so much I would do! i would love to start quilting like my mother who is obsessed! But I think I would give it to her as a gift she would love it!

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    Curtsay says:

    I am in love with this machine as is everyone else. I love the dies for applique's, especially the Go! Alpha Baby. I would use it to make a quilt with my little ones name.

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    CountryBelle says:

    Wow!!!! Wow, wow wow! With this I would be able to make a quilt that wasn't all wonky!! (I usually have a little trouble;)

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    Aelysium says:

    Holy crap! This is so amazing! I've been wanting to try quilting for a long time, but I have two small children, so, as you know, it is impossible to find the time to cut out a bunch of little squares and piece them together. What an awesome tool!

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    Grandma G says:

    Wow, what an awesome little machine! I'd use it to start a whole new hobby!

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    MrsOrtelle says:

    I've been wanting to make an American flag themed quilt for SO long but am horrible at cutting out stars! This would be SUCH an amazing gift to win!

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    RufflesAndFringe says:

    Oh my word, that is fantastic! I need the circle cut die. It would save me so much time with my headbands. Perfectly cut circles in 1/4 the time, yes please!

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    SAHM Coach says:

    I am new to quilting but not sewing. I have at least 5 close friends having babies in the next 6 months and about a dozen ladies at church who are pregnant too. I have had several requests for baby quilts. I would love to accept the orders but I am afraid I won't be able to complete them in a timely manner. This machine would help me do that…and make some money!

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    Debbi says:

    I would love to quilt, but with 8 (soon to be 9) children i do not have the time for all the cutting. This would be so much fun!!

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    Kadybug says:

    Super cool! I would definitely make a striped bias tape. And use the Sharon flower dies, along with the dragonfly/butterflies, and a basic circle (sunshine) to make a cute garden quilt for my daughter.

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    Kylie says:

    I could SO use this! I LOVE to quilt!

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    Jen says:

    I love this – I would use the strip cutters for making ruffles, this would be so much easier then hoping I keep my lines even!

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    Stephanie says:

    My mom and I are always coming up with new quilting projects to do, I would so love to give this to her as a birthday gift! We'd be cutting out shapes galore for HOURS!

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    Miss Butterfly says:

    It's this stuff for real ???? Amazing !!! The rag square , the strip cutter and the hexagon cutter are my top 3 !!!

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    EmilyS says:

    I would LOVE to try this machine!! I would finally be able to make special quilts for my kids! :)

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    kallou says:

    wow! it would be very helpful for me for cutting the pieces for my stuffed animal!! it would be great! Thanks for your post and your giveaway!

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    Kim says:

    Oh my goodness that machine is AMAZING. I love quilting but I'm SOOO impatient when comes to cutting out the fabric. This would be a dream come true for me. I would LOVE to win this!!

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    Amanda says:

    This is a great product. I want to start making quilts. This would get me started in the right direction!

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    Jessica D. says:

    I would love to make this quilt! For the rest of the time, though, I would use it for scrapbooking. :)

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    Lindsey says:

    I think I need this. I'm always trying to figure out how to cut long even strips!

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    Valerie says:

    I have just started quilting (a life long goal of mine) and I would love to make quilts for friends and family. As a school teacher I spend A LOT of time cutting already. This would get me right to the quilting and the giving! I LOOOOOVE your quilts. Thank for the inspiration.

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    Megh says:

    This would make my YEAR! My fingers are crossed!

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    Macy says:

    Oooooh I love it!! I would use this for quilting and crafting and everything else!!!!

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    Lesa says:

    Amazing! I don't make enough quilts to justify the spending, but if I won it, I would be tickled pink. I have two rag quilts that need making and this would make it so much easier. Thanks for the chance.

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    Justin and Tisha says:

    Seeing this made me so excited!!! i would love to have it, and get into making baby blankets again! So fun and so Easy!

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    Brandon and Rachel Odom says:

    what a nifty little tool!! I'd love to have it to learn how to make quilts w/out much hassle!!

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    J.A.I.L says:

    I love to quilt, but don't get to do it as much with 2 year old twins! I would use it to make baby quilts for my pregnant friends. This would save so much time!!!

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    Alison says:

    Love love love this. What a fabulous tool!

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    Anonymous says:

    I hope, I hope, I hope, I would use this amazing tool to work on the denim/baby clothes picnic blanket I'm working on right now and experiment with the fabric origami designs I have percolating in my brain.

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    Michele says:

    I would use it to cut fabric for quilts. My elbow would love me! At the moment we're not speaking.

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    Susie and Cody says:

    I would use this to make fun quilts for my nephews and niece AND fun appliques for shirts! What a great thing-a-ma-gig! I HATE the cutting and measuring part of sewing so this little baby would definitely have a place of honor in my house!

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    Sarah says:

    This is great! I would use to make quilts and cut out patterns for m bags. Beautiful quilt by the way!

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    Patti says:

    OMG, I've seen this at Joanns but wouldn't buy one as I've never quilted YET. But, I've started collecting fabric colors that match my girls rooms. We have dreams of doing a quilt for each room and I've scoured the sewing blogs for tips and ideas. Think I've decided that the easiest first quilt is a simple graphic pattern and a solid piece on the other like you confirmed. The idea of cutting is daunting!

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    Emily says:

    OMG, I WOULD LOVE THIS! I am dying to make a quilt and don't have the time with a 3 year old and new baby! I would use this to make a quilt for my bed and a rag quilt for my daughter.

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    leslie says:

    I would make a quilt for this baby to be! I am wanting to make a quilt for the crib and this would make it super easy! Love it.
    leslierose at gmail dot com

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    Laura says:

    Like you I'm not a quilter, too much time required but I love fabric and would often love to use whole lines of fabric. Quilting is the medium to do that. the Go Cutter would help me make the most beautiful quilts.

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    Kristen says:

    Oh wow. I think I would make everyone a rag quilt for Christmas! I would except my hand still remembers the last one I made four years ago! This would be AWESOME! I sure hope I win!

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    Cassie Gadd says:

    I just finished a quilt that took me 6 years! I hated working on it because the strips of fabric I cut were never even. I swore off quilting forever when it was finally finished. This tool would for sure make me eat my words. I would love this! I would for sure use it to make quilts, but I think some of those patterns would be great for other projects like bean bags or curtains. I would just love to have perfectly straight lines!

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    Angelina says:

    what a cool little machine!! I dont really quilt and dont really even know how to use a sewing machine, so to be completely honest, I would love to give this to my Mother-in-law! She loves to quilt, and I love to inherit her beautiful quilts! 2 birds with 1 stone!

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    Jeanette says:

    I LOVE THIS CUTTER!!! I would totally use the butterfly template for quilts for my girls' room!! It would be so beautiful and fast and easy!!

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    Ashley says:

    Wow! This new gadget is awesome! It would definitely help as I transform my daughters room into a big girls room. The plan is to use her crib bedding to make a queen size quilt. Wish me luck!

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    Megan says:

    This is amazing! I'd go with the strip cutter too for ruffles, binding, and piping.

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    Kendall says:

    I really…no, I really, really want this! I would be able to make quilts so quickly! I would love this!

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    The Full Nelson says:

    I would love to make quilts for my kids' beds and my new soon to arrive baby…I've never been a quilter but would love to learn…probably the squares or strips to start me off!

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    PDCScarbroughpage says:

    I die cut sets are amazing!!! I SO NEED THIS MACHINE!!!! =) here's hoping!

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    Bree says:

    This would be so awesome! I've been talking about making my own bedding for awhile and this would totally help me do that!

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    Melanie Beth says:

    Oh I would love one of these! I've always wanted to make one of my mom's "I-Spy" quilts… but it involves cutting out a million little squares. The task seemed to daunting… but with this, I think it would be easy! Fingers crossed!

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    Jamie says:

    This is so cool! I have never seen one before. The projects I would do are unlimited.

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    Megan says:

    Wow. This would make quilting so much easier. I would love to make more elaborate quilts. (By more elaborate, I mean anything different than square; I am not creative at all!) I so want one! :)

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    Lechelle says:

    I would love to make quilts for my new baby boy!

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    Jessica Stier says:

    I love sewing but I never make quilts because it is so time extensive. With four small children, time is too valuable right now. That makes me sad because I love handmade quilts and treasure all of the ones that I own. With this little gizmo I would be a quilt making fiend!!!

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    Joella says:

    I LOVE this! I use my sizzix to cut fabric occassionally, but this would work so much better! I think the thing I would use it for the most is to cut strips for binding! But I would love it for applique as well!

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    courtney says:

    i would use those geometric dies! those would be great for patterns on sooo many things!

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    Vicki says:

    WOW, this looks amazing! as a newbie quilter the cutting is what i have the most problems with, I think this awesome machine would make quilting easier for me and i would use it all the time!


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    Spardha says:

    omg!.. its amazing!.. its awesome!!.. I am going to play with it!!.. this is going to be sch a great tool for cardmaking and scrapbooking!.. thanks so much for a chance to win! :)

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    Brian, Emily, Charlie, and Lucy says:

    Oh man this thing looks AMAZING! I would FINALLY be able to make the quilt I've been putting off for my daughter's crib! What. a. DREAM.

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    Samantha says:

    This machine looks SO COOL! I've been making quilts for years, but my husband and I are both still in school and I can't afford anything this nice. (I'm still using newspaper cutouts of patterns for my quilt squares.) :)

    With the Go! I could make quilts for my family members (and myself) so much easier!

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    Gina says:

    I would love to have this cutter. I would make some flower applique pillows which would be only the beginning.

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    Carolina Pett says:

    I am in love with this machine!!! I want one of those so badly now!
    I always wanted to start quilting, but everyone that I ask to teach me say that it takes so much time. Now, I can do it my self. Just need the Go Cutter and follow the make it – love it tutorial! I am excited! :D

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    Erin says:

    I love those quilts!!! But I am (eventually) going to make this quilt http://www.modabakeshop.com/2009/04/baby-girl-quilt.html#more but haven't yet found the perfect honey bun for it. With this I could use whatever fabric I want! And I might actually get them (I have 4 kids!) done this lifetime!

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    Booklover says:

    EEK!!! I didn't even know that this existed!!! I love quilting but the time of cutting everything out…I just don't quilt as often as I would like. This is just so neat! I would use this to make another quilt for my girls ;) Jessica

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    Melissa says:

    This is so cool! I would love to win this. I would use it to make quilts for my babies!

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    Desiree and Lars says:

    I would use it for sewing projects. I have a few quilts that have been sitting there for a year. Ugh! I hope to win!!

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    Melissa BK says:

    I love quilting but I hate cutting…this is the perfect tool for me! Winning this would be like finding a $400 dollar bill in last year's jacket. No better, it would be like finding a $400 bill in your pocket that could cut fabric for you!

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    Mellisa says:

    I just learned about this yesterday and here you are today doing a give-away. *WOW*

    I am THE WORST at precision … this will make a huge differenc in scrapbooking, quilting and, my newest journey … a maternity/newborn photography business. I can see the cute headbands and bibits now.

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    Lisa says:

    You've convinced me on how awesome it'd be for quilting, even if I only used it for binding. But I wouldn't. The quilts you made are so cute, and they had a lot of really cute ideas on their website for other quilts. I think I'd mainly use it for binding and cutting out applique pieces. It looks awesome!!

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    Melanie says:

    I've had my eye on the tumbler set for a while, but I'll take the circles too! I love to quilt, but cutting shapes instead of squares has me scared!

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    GirlHouse says:

    the real question is….what wouldn't I use it for????
    I would love to have it to cut out shapes for applicaes.

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    Kelly says:

    oh my goodness…I would LOVE this!!!

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    Leslie says:

    I like this machine. It reminds me of my cuttlebug for scrapbooking, only a little more versatile. I would use the drunken apple pattern and make a quilt just like yours for my niece. I also have friend that have babies, so I would probably make one for each of them. I love kids and so when I had my own, this machine would get a hardcore workout.

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    Scott and Em Hoffman says:

    I would use this machine to make quilts for my girl's bedrooms. I would love the 5 inch square and for the binding!

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    Sarah says:

    I would keep it at my in-laws' house so that mother-in-law, sister-in-law, and I could all work on projects together.

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    Jessica says:

    What a fantastic thing! I see visions of quilts for every holiday at my house. Something about a quilt hanging makes me feel happy.

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    Nicole says:

    This is amazing and would be a time saver for making quilts quickly. I'm horrible at cutting out fabric I always seem to mess up on the cutting out and my quilts are always messed up and not even. This would be a fabulous to have. I struggle with cutting by hand and this would be a wonderful tool for any sewer to have in there home. I would love the strip cutters, but would use the quilting shapes as well as the applique dies. I wouldn't just use it for quilts either I could use it to make fun clothing designs for my daughter, costumes, appliques for baby gifts. Please choose me it would also help out when I do humanitarian projects for Christmas time.

    Thank you for offering such a wonderful giveaway :)

    Nicole S.
    [email protected]

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    dawson-family says:

    This would be fantastic.. it would be so fun to have!! i love all the cute cut outs soo hard to pick which 2!!! BUt i would mostly use it to cut strips also!!

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    Steph Cef says:

    I would LOVE one of these. I feel like I am always cut a rag quilt for someone. This would make that so much easier.

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    Sarah Moran says:

    I would use the strip cutter to make bias tape – I love using custom made bias tape to match projects, but I do not love the cutting. I've also always wanted to try quilting but have been intimidated by the time involved. This would cut the time down so much!

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    Rebekah says:

    Well, I have never made a quilt before- so whatever is easiest! your tutorial in this post seemed effortless :) Sign me up!

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    THE CONKS says:

    I love to quilt but hate the cutting. I would totaly love one of these!

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    Scott and Em Hoffman says:

    I would use this machine to make quilts for my girl's bedrooms. I would love the 5 inch square and for the binding!

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    Brenda says:

    I'm a very new quilter, and would love to expand my skills with this.

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    janet says:

    cutting is so annoying! I always tend to be just a *bit* off, so this would help tremendously…I would SO love one of these contraptions!!!

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    JillianBean says:

    I would LOVE this cutter!! I am new to quilting, but I just know this would kick start my quilting projects into high gear!! I have looked at this product a few times in the past, and have come close to buying it a couple of times, but with a new baby on the way, I have to save up for my little peanut instead. But think of the quilts I could make for my peanut!! :)

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    Maryanne says:

    Oh, I've wanted one of those for SO long. I can't cut accurately to save my life. I'd just make quilt after quilt.

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    Amy says:

    What an awesome tool. I really want to learn to quilt so this would be awesome. I would also use the go baby to make cute onesies and other baby gifts.

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    Elsa Mary says:

    I love quilting, but never had the time! This would be my life saver! I could go quilting crazy!!

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    Jill says:

    WOW!! I'd use it for rag quilts. I like that making them is farily quick and this would make things zoom!! I'm terrible at cutting straight lines. lol I think if I won, everyone would be getting a rag quilt for Christmas!

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    C & N c{o}. says:

    This would be perfect considering I can never cut right. I just don't have the patience. I've been wanting to make a memory quilt of my daughter's infant clothes but have been to scared because of my cutting inabilities. This would be just what I needed to get started.

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    Cynthia Geddis says:

    I would love one of these. Always wanted to start quilting, but HATE HATE HATE cutting out. This would save all kinds of time. Hope I win!

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    bluestartex says:

    I have always wanted to quilt but like you dont have the time! This would be such a help to get started!

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    Wendy says:

    oh, I'm loving the tumbler blocks! And the flower cutouts… sweet!

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    clw says:

    Oh my!! What an amazing giveaway! I am ADDICTED to making rag quilts, but they take FOREVER. This would save me so much time. What a beautiful product!

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    Ang says:

    APPLIQUES! I would love to finally have shapes that actually look like what they're supposed to look like!

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    Brittney says:

    Oh my goodness. I want one of these so bad! Rag quilts are my FAVORITE but I HATE cutting all the little edges. It makes my fingers so sore! I also just found out I am pregnant with our first child, so I would make tons of cute little appliques to put on little onsies, etc! This would be perfect!!

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    heather says:

    Wow! I'm always wanted to quilt but it just seems too hard and the time is what I don't have. This product seems so cool. If I were to win I would love to try the GO Tumbler. After seeing your quilt I would love to try that pattern and mix it up with different materials.

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    Keith, Heather and Carsen says:

    Oh my goodness!! I would love one of these cutters!! My least favorite thing is to try to measure and cut long strips for lots of my projects!!

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    Monica says:

    This looks like an amazing machine!! I know I would use it to make the 2 1/2" bindings so I can finish up a few of my quilts. My bindings never come out right either! ;)

    rubysnpurls @ yahoo dot com

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    Alaina says:

    I HAVE TO have one!! It takes me FOREVER to cut out squares for my rag quilts and rag tote bags using my little rotary cutter and board. That would be a HUGE little time saver if I got my hands on one.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Bethany says:

    I can't wait to be able to quilt up a storm using this! Right now I spend the majority of my time cuting and measuring, this would work really well for my "Fly by the seat of my pants" quilting style.

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    Alys says:

    I think I would use this for making cute appliques for all sorts of projects. Also, making bias tape seems a breeze. Looks like it makes quilting so much easier, which is a great thing when you are a busy mom.

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    kati says:

    Oh wow… I am so much like you… I need shorter projects… BUT THIS ALMOST MADE ME TEAR UP… you think I am joking but this would make life so much easier…. The rag doll quilt die cast is so perfect! As well as the strips… I at present take a very long time ironing and measuring because I don't want an uneven line.

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    We The Peterson Three says:

    My MIL is always pressuring me to do things "homemade" like she does.. I am definitely not the worlds craftiest person but I'm trying to learn more everyday. We're expecting another baby and then it will be sharing a room with my two year old son.. I'd love the GO!Cutter so I can redecorate the room for two kids! The tumbler design you used on the quilts you made looks perfect!

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    Nancy says:

    As simple as it may seem, I would love to use the Go! Circle Die. I cut fabric circles all the time, and they take quite a while (especially if you're doing a project that requires hundreds of circles). I think that this would make those projects so much faster, and more precise. I would love, love this machine!

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    Alisha says:

    Um this is awesome! I've been dying to make a quilt but cutting is the worst!

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    Mandy says:

    I am obessed with making things for my kids. I think this would be great for appliques, as well as maybe creating a keepsake quilt for each of my boys.

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    Carrie says:

    Oh good gracious. I want this. First I find a bias tape machine and now this.

    Baby quilts. We have babies everywhere right now. And keepsake quilts for my boys, my nieces and my nephew!

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    Lisa says:

    How great for my 4-H kids! I am still new to quilting, and cutting is my LEAST favorite job. It would be so much easier to use for teaching my kids, instead of spending so much time with my rotary cutter. I love the strip cutter dies, and the tumbler and apple core dies. Please, oh please! :-)

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    Michelle says:

    Baby clothes! Appliqué mania!! I love making cute onesies for my babies!

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    Retha says:

    I would use this to make quilts for MYSELF! :) I can think of at least 25 things I could make w/ it. paper crafts, home decor, clothing. come on….this could be lifetime entertainment!

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    Anne says:

    I love love LOVE those quilts you made – I want them, in my house, right now! So gorgeous! I'd love to have the tools you used to make it. So pretty!

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    stacey says:

    Wow. I love this! My brother is having a baby this Fall and I was going to make him a blanket anyway, but this would make it SUPER easy! I would love this!

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    sa4grace says:

    I've never made a quilt before- started one once and got bogged down on all the cutting. And they weren't even to save my life! This is the tool I need! I love sewing, but quilting is just daunting.

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    Amanda says:

    The Go! Cutter may just inspire me to complete a quilt. I'm notorious for starting, but have never actually finished one!

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    Anna says:

    I would use that baby for EVERYthing! My mother taught me to sew when I was young and now I'm relearning to make clothes for my twin boys. I'd love to make applicques and even quilts for them! Love the quilts you made, too!

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    Aubrey says:

    I've been waiting for one of these! I love to quilt! It would be used every day. And it would make it so much easier than trying to do the cutting with my 2 toddler's "help". Please!

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    Emily John says:

    This would actually make me quilt. How wonderful to have something cut a straight line for you! I can't cut a straight line even with a rotary cutter. I tend to give up when i can't get things to line up!

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    Jennifer says:

    WoW! What an awesome machine. I have never had the confidence to make a quilt before so I would absolutly use it for that.

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    Amanda says:

    Wow! I would LOVE one of these to make baby quilts for me my dozens of child-bearing friends! :)

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    JodieMo says:

    I can't even begin to tell you how long I have been drooling over one of these things. I was scoping them out before they ever hit the shelves. I have so many projects I want to do with the Go Cutter. But most importantly, I could actually fit quilting back into my life!

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    jztateishi says:

    I would love to have this to make baby quilts. My mother and I love to quilt together and she would love to work with me on them.

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    handmadehappiness says:

    oh my….my heart just skipped a beat i have to say it took some time but my top 3 die's are the letter's, star's and the 2 1/2 strip's ….. i would use this for quilting of course but also for bag's top's hat's i could go on my head is a spin!!!! thanx for hosting such a fab give away!!! x

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    Elizabeth says:

    I'd have SOOO many uses for one of these! Lots of quilting projects that would go so much quicker (and easier on my back) with a Go! Thanks for a wonderful giveaway!

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    Niki says:

    OHHH sooo cool.. I would try and make a quilt too!

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    Brandy @ Gluesticks says:

    Oh my goodness! I would literally faint if I won this! What a wonderful giveaway!! I could make my children all new bedspreads for their beds in less than half the time it usually takes me to do so…and they might even fold up evenly! :)

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    mom2ky says:

    WOW! I would love to make some baby quilts. This machine ROCKS! I hope I win! :)

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    Shauna says:

    I've never actually thought about quiting before but the ones you made are sooo cute! If I won, the first project I'd make are some cute appliqued onsies for my little girl.

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    Erin says:

    I would give it to my mom. She is an avid quilter and would absolutely LOVE this!!!

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    Kelli says:

    O Wow!! I have a few quilts in mind since everyone around me is either pregnant or just had a baby, but I don't have the time, even though I've bought all the fabric :/ This would make it so the quilts actually got done! How do you always get such awesome stuff for giveaways?!

    ~Kelli @ Smidgens

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    Adrienne says:

    I love this product. The possibilities are endless. Quilting, kids clothes or acessories. I would make them all.

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    Cilla says:

    I would definitely use it to enhance my home decor! I'm sure my mom would want to borrow it all the time to cut fabric for quilting! We would have a great mommy-daughter craft time!

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    Holly says:

    This would make all my quilting dreams come true!!!

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    Devan and Lexie says:

    Oh I would LOVE this for quilting and shirt appliques!

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    Kristi says:

    I would love to make a quilt and this would help with my car seat covers.

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    Wendy says:

    I would love one of these as I've had it on my mental wish list for awhile. I really like the 4 3/4 or 5 in square diecuts to make charm type quilts. This would make it so much easier and enjoyable. Thanks for the chance to win :).

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    Andie says:

    I have just started making quilts using my Cuttlebug. The AcuQuilt would make it so much faster. Love it.

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    The Yagues 3 says:

    I've wanted to start quilting but am nervous about spending a lot of time and then things not turning out. This would be perfect for those long straight strips! I want this to help me make my first quilt for my baby due in a month!! I already have the fabric picked out.

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    evitafjord says:

    Wow, I want this even more than I want a Silhouette. I would start with the quilts for my boys' new room that have been waiting for spare moments that never happen because moments aren't really enough.

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    nikki says:

    Are you kidding! this looks fantastic! Thank for the opportunity! I cannot wait to try this for my quilting projects…and my appliqué projects… oh the possibilities!

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    Melissa says:

    OH MY GOODNESS!!! I started quilting last year and it does take so much time! But with this machine… I could do wonders! Love the shapes! WOW!!!

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    Mandi says:

    I've been too scared to try quilting b/c of the time commitment, as you had stated in your post. It would make it so easy to make cute quilts for my girls, as well as adorable little applique shirts and bibs from the little flower and animal die cuts!

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    ellie says:

    I would love to use this to help in my sewing, the binding strips alone would be an amazing time saver while still being more accurate than I could ever do myself, rediculously amazing! I can't even begin to imagine what all I could use this for, but I'd love to find out!

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    D2the4thPower says:

    I have never made a quilt, but have always wanted to. I just can't cut a straight line to save my life! I can't even cut a good curved line! This thing is awesome, and I'd love to own it!

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    thefinderofthings says:

    I love the 2 1/2 in. strip cutter! I have been cutting strips that I use for Apron strings and this would make it tons easier! I definitely want the Tumbler die!! Awesome product.

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    Melissa says:

    This is so awesome!!! Love it!!! I really like the baby die cut quilt with pink, blue and orange appliques! I would make one of those for the Josie's nursery!!!

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    Courtney says:

    I would LOVE this! I really really love appliqué! And this would make it So easy!

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    nicole lindsay says:

    My brother just got engaged and I would really love to make him and his soon to be new wife a quilt, but I don't have all the time in the world because we are getting ready to move and this device would help tremendously!

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    Cat says:

    Oh my goodness this would help me so much! I'm still a novice quilter and cutting is my biggest trouble spot. It would also be amazing for all the applique-ing I do!!

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    Megan says:

    You have me convinced to try a quilt! Love it!

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    Michelle says:

    I've always wanted to take on a quilt but been to nervous, this would make it easy!

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    Paige says:

    oh my goodness! i could do so much with this. i'm especially excited about the strips and how quickly i could cut those without getting out my rotary cutter and self healing mat. oh my oh my oh my! pick me!!!

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    Karen says:

    OMGoodness!!!!! SO excited!!! I would use it for almost every sewing project I have….for appliques, squares, etc… and I might even be courageous enough to venture into quilting!!!! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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    --Amie-- says:

    I would use this to cut appliques for T-Shirts!! AWESOME!!!

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    Megan says:

    Just thinking about all the cute flowers and shapes i can put on clothes.

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    Shannon (knitnpal) says:

    WOW, I am almost speechless. That is so cool. I WANT one…for everything.

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    Traci says:

    Super cute quilts! I can't believe you made those so fast!

    I actually gave up quilting BECAUSE of all the exact cutting and time required. But I love sewing so if I had this, I could pick it back up again. Plus all the cute butterflies and other things I could sew onto little onsies to give as gifts!

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    Mom's Place says:

    WOW! What a neat tool!!!! I would use this for so many different things! Mostly though, for re-purposing my girls clothing! I use their holey clothing and things that are stained to make quilts and toys with! This would definitely cut down on each projects time!
    acapenguin at gmail dot com

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    m•e•l•i•s•s•a says:

    I would use the tumbler!!!
    My daughter just looked at your post with me and now she wants a full size quilt, just like you made :)

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    Jac says:

    I am seriously AMAZED at this tool! I would definately be using it for quilting right away. Binding is one of my least favorite parts of the process….you just made it look so much simpler!

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    Victoria says:

    This would be a real time saver! I'd love to try a bit of everything.

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    jessica says:

    OMG this is incredible. Now I really would make a quilt, more than one. Love this and would love one.

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    Leslie says:

    Oh . . . I think I'd use this in a gazillion ways! Not just for making quilts, but cutting fabric for home dec projects, craft projects and even scrapbooking projects!! So versatile. I think the circle die would become my best friend.

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    Jen says:

    I have been eying these every time I got to the fabric store. Now I really want one. I like making quilts but with 3 kids under 3 it is very hard to find the time! This would help out greatly. I would make some cute coordinating boy girl quilts for the twins room first.

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    Toni says:

    I've died and gone to Heaven. I want one. I'm horrible at cutting strips and this machine would make life so much easier. I also love to make rag quilts but I hate the clipping. I would become a quilt making machine if I could have a Go!Apple

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    The Ivie's says:

    AMAZING! Maybe with this I would be able to get all my piles of coordinating fabric into the quilts I have in mind! I'm keeping my fingers crossed!

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    Stormy and Spenser says:

    If I won I would give it to my best friends mom because she is the best, most dedicated quilter that I know! She has a whole sewing room that is just fablous and I'm positive she would LOVE this!!! She has helped me out with SOOO many things in my life…including sewing..and she deserves it!!!

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    Sarah says:

    Wow this is incredible! I've been wanting to make some quilts but have been so hesitant to start because of how time consuming it is! I love all of the fabulous shapes available. 1st project? Definitely a blazing star quilt for my cousin.

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    The Ivie's says:

    AMAZING! Maybe with this I would be able to get all my piles of coordinating fabric into the quilts I have in mind! I'm keeping my fingers crossed!

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    Lola says:

    What a wonderful invention. My mind started racing at all the projects I could make! I want it all!

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    The Roholts says:

    Please pick me! This Go! Cutter seems like a great addition to any home! The Go! Tumbler would make baby quilts for all my friends! The GO! Chisels would also be fun! I'll be the envy of the neighborhood! Thanks!

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    Kristin says:

    I would love this as help to make my first quilt! I am a fan of stripes, so I would use the strip cutter to make something like the "Go! Stripe Power Throw," only probably bigger. But I like the idea of a "power throw."

    I could also see applications of a circular die in making eyes or spots for my stuffies!

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    Julie P says:

    Blankets!! I have always wanted to learn how to quilt but hate cutting stuff out. Oh would love to win this!

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    Breanne says:

    What a cool invention! I have been wanting to get into quilting, esp. with a baby boy on the way, and that's what I would use it for.

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    Rachel says:

    I love the apple core die cut. It would make a beautiful quilt for our new baby coming this winter.

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    mruna says:

    This would make quilts perfect!

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    Kim says:

    I hope to one day make a rag quilt for each of my children from their baby clothes. With three kids a machine like this is just what I need!

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    LB3K says:

    Awesome! Love it– I could use ALL of it! Your quils are adorable, BTW. I LOVE the solid colors, the tumbles, the striped binding– Yummy!

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    tomiannie says:

    Oooooooh! I have so been wanting to try quilting but I've been scared by the precision cutting required (precision is definitely not my thing). This would give me the confidence to get started!

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    Ben and Taryn says:

    Your quilts are adorable!!! I would love to make my kids quilts as well plus I love the different die cuts and geometric shapes for the perfectly round yoyo. Awesome giveaway!

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    April Oliver says:

    I have been wanting to try quilting and this would make it so much easier! I would also use it for my Grandmother who loves to make quilts but isn't able to as easy as she used to!!

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    kmmclain says:

    I would use it to finally quilt!

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    hobbymomof4 says:

    I could teach my 10-year-old daughter to quilt with this! (Her own cutting skills aren't precise enough for anything of substance.)

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    Jen says:

    Quilting! As a begining sewer, this would make quilting so much more do-able!

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    Caitlin says:

    That machine is amazing! Totally want! I would have to go with the funky flowers, square and circle…just to keep it simple : D…or the strip…because that would make quilting so much easier!

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    Kathy says:

    I'm terrible at cutting straight lines! This would be great for all sorts of projects. Right now I'm thinking about Halloween!


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    Okie Girl says:

    I'm not a quilter but I can see many possibilities for appliqué towels, shirts, blankets etc. for my kids, nieces and nephews. Oh, I loved the quilt you made, very cute.

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    Lauren vdH says:

    I love quilting and crafting, but my least favorite part of all this is the cutting. When I made a quilt for my little girl I messed up the cutting several times, and had to go to the fabric store twice to get more fabric. So this would be perfect for me! I had no idea such a product even existed. Thanks for sharing!

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    marni says:

    holy cow, how WOULDN'T i use this? i have many many projects in various stages of completion that i just can't get to with a 7 month old – plus my workspace and her playspace = the same space (our living room floor)! if i didn't have to cut with a rotary cutter on my hands & knees…i'm weeping a bit just thinking about it…

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    rlove says:

    I love, love, love the mix and match starter set. It is everything you need to start quilting. Robin

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    Randi says:

    That has got to be the greatest invention ever. I just tried to make my first quilt and everything is so off. I would love this!

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    Brianne says:

    Wow. That is amazing. I would love to use the shapes to applique onesies and other baby items. And honestly, I would totally copy the quilts you made.

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    Rachel says:

    this thing is amazing! i am a new quilter so it would make my life (and learning) so much easier! I am hoping to have a baby soon and would love to make a quilt for the crib! I also would cut out shapes to sew on onsies! My fingers are crossed!!

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    Kylie says:

    I have been dying for one of these! I've seen them on other blogs, and I just squirm in envy! I would love it for cutting strips for borders, seeing as how I suck at straight lines! Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Amanda says:

    I would LOVE this and the tumbler die so that I could make skirts! They may wonderful twirly skirts and I have 5 daughters! I also love to quilt so of course I would quilt more often because it wouldn't take me so long to do the cutting!

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    Michelle Tajchman says:

    This is awesome! I'd love to make matching quilts for my girls when they start sharing a room. I'd do something with the funky flowers die :)

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    Maria McGill says:

    I've been eyeing the Accuquilt since it came out! Always hesitant to get it since I always wondered about it's scrap factor. But I see how well it works and would love to have one to use for the list of quilts I've wanted to do for my kids and others!!

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    Alice H says:

    What an amazing giveaway! I love the accuquilt site – the first thing I'd make would be a throw blanket – I think I'd use their perfect pinwheels pattern. Thanks for the chance! alicedemskehansen at gmail.com

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    Maria McGill says:

    I've been eyeing the Accuquilt since it came out! Always hesitant to get it since I always wondered about it's scrap factor. But I see how well it works and would love to have one to use for the list of quilts I've wanted to do for my kids and others!!

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    noonespecial says:

    I have been making quilts for the Quilts for Kids charity. If I win this machine, I will be using it to create quilts for them much more quickly and easily. Quilts for Kids provides materials to crafters to make free quilts for children in hospitals.

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    Kerry says:

    First of all I LOVE THE QUILTS! So cute and seemingly little effort considering the task. I would love to have this little dream machine to create some cute bags for my preschoolers to give their mamas on Mother's Day, among other things ;).

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    Nate & Jamie says:

    I would make the same quilt as you! I love it!

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    Erin says:

    What will they come up with next? That's cool. There are a lot of babies being born around me, so I would use the cutter to make baby blankets for each of them.

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    HillsRus says:

    Seriously?! This machine is AMAZING!!! I can't breathe right now… I can think of so many things I could make with it! Thanks for this awesome giveaway!

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    The Hatcher Family says:

    I've always been afraid to quilt because of how time consuming they seem to be. I really want to make my kids quilts for their rooms so this would be PERFECT! Thanks for the chance to win.

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    Kensie says:

    Oh wow, this is so neat! I would love to be able to do more quilts, but the time commitment is so hard! This would be awesome for being able to do quilts in less time.

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    Curt & Alexandra says:

    I've wanted to get into quilting for a while, but I don't have the precision and patience to cut perfect shapes. This would totally take that all away. I love the blue and green quilt you made and I'd probably get the Go! Tumbler to make something similar for my son.

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    Kirsten says:

    That's the most amazing machine I've ever seen! I have so many scraps that have been waiting to be made into a quilt. It would be done in no time with this! I can't wait to see what other uses you've put it to!

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    Kara Lowe says:

    I think that this machine is brilliant!! I would use it to make rag quilts all of the time as well as the cute patchwork quilts you made. This is such a fun machine!

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    Tarra says:

    This is awesome. Please give it to me. That is all.

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    Sarah says:

    Wow, I would love to win this. I would use it to quilt and to make my flower blossoms for my etsy shop. To make the super hero capes for my kids with the applique easily cut for me. I really would put this to good use, as we have soon to be five kiddos and I love making homeade gifts for extended family and friends as well. Thanks so much!

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    L says:

    I would definitely make a quilt with this baby! I have never made one because like you said the time it takes make the task daunting. I LOVE your quilts!

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    David and Emily Wilcock says:

    If I win I would actually give it to my mom who spends pretty much every day quilting. I would instantly become the BEST daughter EVER!

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    Murdock Family says:

    OH WOW!!! I really really want one of these!! It would make quilting so much easier. My least favorite part of quilting is cutting out squares and shapes!!! Oh please please let me win!!!

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    Melissa says:

    I would LOVE this to quilt and craft. It would save SO much time, which is the main reason I don't do more! My mom and I would have a ball with this machine!

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    Shalane says:

    I would love to make some cute baby quilts, but never have time. What a great product!

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    Aleisha says:

    I want one of these sooo bad. I just starting quilting a couple of years ago. This would make quilting so much easier.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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    lisa says:

    I love rag quilts, so I would definitely love to use that die cut, and it looks so easy which is what I love!

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    Jen Worms says:

    Oh gosh I want this soooo bad! I would love to use it to cut out cutsie shapes and applique them onto the hems of my daughters curtains. Plus the whole binding option is just awesome!

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    Brie says:

    What an awesome machine. I'd use mine to make blankets for the baby girl I'm expecting in November.

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    Dianna says:

    This would be so amazing for quilt making. Talk about a time saver. I wouldn't have to worry about crooked cuts or anything!

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    The Flemings says:

    I would make boy and girl matching quilts for my prego sister in law!

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    ~Haley~ says:

    I have never made a quilt, but I do make patchwork skirts & bags, I think I could handle a quilt! I just think this would be an amazing tool to have for my little business!

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    chris+amber says:

    My mom is amazing at quilting. I'd give this awesome tool to her! Check out her quilts at http://www.stuphfromsteph.blogspot.com!

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    Batman's Mom says:

    I've always wanted to make one of those rag quilts! I love the GO! Feathers applique too. This machine looks awesome!

    lrch83 at yahoo dot com

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    Jamie says:

    I know exactly what I would use it for…quilts, quilts, quilts! I live in Wyoming for crying out loud!

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    Becky says:

    I am in LOVE!! I make flowers all the time, and cutting the strips and shapes is sucha pain. This would make my life so much easier! OH LOVE, Love, LOVE it!

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    DeeDee says:

    The go feathers are a set of GORGEOUS appliques and rag quilts are always super awesome – I'd do those 2 for sure

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    Emily says:

    What an amazing machine. I also don't quilt as much as I used to since I have kids and no leftover time. I would love to use the machine to make a new quilt for our bed. I've always wanted to do a rustice bear claw pattern quilt.

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    sunmoon04 says:

    AWESOME !!! I would love this to make some quilts and rag quilts !!!!

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    Laurel and Jeremy says:

    I love it!! I would loan it to my mother in law who is an amazing quilter- but just until I get a sewing machine to use it with :)

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    devinkirsten says:

    I just finished my very first quilt this week and I think I'm hooked. I can only imagine all the awesome quilts I could make using that machine! Can't wait to see who wins!

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    Becky says:

    Ii saw this at Joanns a couple of months ago and I have been dying for it ever since!!!!!! I am constantly making quilts and I have been getting bored of the square look but I am too scared to do anything else! I don't just totally want this, I TOTALLY NEED IT!!!!!

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    sabi says:

    i would quilt all day long!

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    sjones says:

    I really NEED one of these!! How would I use it? I would use the strip cutter, the cute shapes for applique and make quilts!!! I would use this everyday!!!!
    Go! Alpha would be fun!

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    CHANESSA says:

    ok you have a ton of comments but hopefully mine for some reason will stand out…I recently started crafting and I love it!! The only problem is I mess up alot and it ends up costing a pretty penny, so this would totaly prevent that:) and I promise if I am lucky enough to get this beauty I will promote it like crazy

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    sandy says:

    I'm not a quilter, but my little girls and I would decorate clothes, their rooms, and probably the entire house with this!

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    Amber says:

    Wahoo – you can also protect your fingers from rotary cutters with this. I'd love one.

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    Lynne says:

    Fabulous! I love your quilts! I would use it to make quilts, binding stips and imagine the appliques? WOW! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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    Hoichi says:

    That is soooo neat! I would still probably use it to do simple shapes. Love how much time it would save!

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    The Braley Bunch says:

    I love making quilts, but like you I dont have enough time to. This would be so much fun and take a lot less time!

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    Sharesa Larsen says:

    I would use this awesome machine to make my first ever quilt! So fun! It makes quilting look easy!

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    Mark and Teandra says:

    I LOVE it! :-D I would use it to make the quilt I have been drooling over but dreading to cut all the stripes of material! (2") I would love love love this! :-D

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    Lissa says:

    Wow – that's really all there is to say – that is really cool.

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    amanda @ Ramblings of an Empty Mind says:

    I saw this at Joann Fabrics last week and it made me drool! I'm just getting back into quilting and it's the cutting part I don't like (getting everything just right) and man would this make like so much easier! :)

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    nillabeans6 says:

    this would be an awesome help for fast production of quality blankets for the Linus Project!

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    Kristie says:

    Wow, I think I may need to buy this regardless, but would go crazy if I won!!! My wonky binding cutting is driving me nuts, so I would definately use it to cut strips for my quilts!

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    LeAnna says:

    Oh wow!!! I love this! I would love to make some quilts very fast for my kids with this neat little tool!

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