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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Giveaway! Accuquilt GO! Baby + 3 dies

Accuquilt would like to give one lucky crafter the chance to win a GO! Baby fabric cutter and three compatible dies of their choice!

To enter:
1. For a chance to win, just leave a comment on this post telling me how you typically cut fabric. (one entry)

2. You can sign up for Accuquilt E-mails and leave another comment for a second entry. If you already subscribe, let me know in your comment! You'll get some free patterns just for signing up. (one entry)

That's two possible entries. Please leave a comment for each!


This giveaway will end on Tuesday, August 16 at 11:59pm. Giveaway is open worldwide, and one winner will be chosen via Random.org. Good luck!

GIVEAWAY NOW CLOSED. Congrats Stephanie!

266 comments:

  1. Hi there,

    I have already signed up for the newsletter (haha considering this is like the 20th million giveaway I've entered to win one of these babies!)

    Thanks

    Kat

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  2. I usually use my OLFA rotary cutter or my KAI scissors. I could really use a new toy to jump-start my creativity, but there is no room in my current "budget".... Thanks for the chance to win one of these cool tools!

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  3. I usually use my Fiskar's rotary cutter. I would love to win!!
    zoer110 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  4. I signed up for the newsletter!
    zoer110 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  5. Right now, usually use a rotary cutter (truecut one).. but I would love to win onw of these!

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  6. I've already signed up for the accuquilt newsletter!

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  7. Ooohhh...I would love to try out a GO! I usually cut fabric with a rotary cutter, unless I'm cutting shapes for applique - then I use scissors (of course).

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  8. I already receive the AccuQuilt newsletter (despite the fact that I don't own a GO! - it's nice to get new ideas).

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  9. I'm old school, I guess -- if a regular rotary cutter and plastic ruler counts as old school!

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  10. I use my rotary cutter and mat and ruler. :)

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  11. I've already signed up for AccuQuilt's newsletter.

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  12. I also signed up for the email newsletter . . .

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  13. I usually cut up my fabric with a rotary blade and mat..I wish I had a more entertaining answer! :)

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  14. I used to cut all my fabric with my trusty Fiskar dress making scissors. I still cut a lot with them but am now using a Rotary cutter (which im going to replace with an Olfa one) too for cutting out bits for quilts.

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  15. Eek! Crossing my fingers AND toes that I win.

    I use a rotary cutter and mat to cut my fabric, unless I'm cutting a shape then I use my small sharp Singer scissors.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    searchingoutsimple at comcast dot net

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  16. Great giveaway! I cut fabric with my rotary cutter.

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  17. I just signed up for the e-mail newsletter =]

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    searchingoutsimple at comcast dot net

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  18. I just signed up for the newsletter too!

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  19. I use an olfa rotary cutter!

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  20. I've signed up for the newsletter!

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  21. I use a 45mm rotary cutter. :)

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  22. How do I cut fabric? My sharp wit and quick tongue! ... or a rotary cutter ;-) (Too much Jane Austen while crafting apparently haha.)

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  23. I also receive Accuquilts newsletter and emails.

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  24. Quilting I use a rotary cutter. Otherwise it's scissors.

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  25. I already receive emails and newsletters. I actually get two every time. Somehow I signed up twice :P

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  26. I use my rotary cutter or scissors to cut fabric. Rotary cutting lots of pieces does make my hands ache loads so I'd love to use a Go baby instead!

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  27. I'm already signed up for the Accuquilt newsletter too.

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  28. Mostly I cut with scissors since I need to be in a recliner most of the time. Use a rotary cutter for strips and have a paper cutter sort of thing for strips also. The go is so cool. Love is chance to win one. Thanks and have a great day!

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  29. I already get emails from accuquilt and friended them awhile ago on fb. Again, thanks for the chance and have a great day

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  30. typically to cut out fabric i use scissors or a rotary cutter and mat.

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  31. I am signed up already for the newsletters.

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  32. I use my Olfa rotary cutter to cut fabrics but after today's cutting session I wonder how much time I could save with one of these go cutters! Hope I win so I can find out :-)

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  33. I'm signed up for the Accuquilt newsletters. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  34. Would be thrilled to win! Thanks!!!

    I typically use my rotary cutter for larger items and my trusty Mundial's for smaller. Would love to try the Accuquilt! ;)

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  35. I use a rotary cutter or scissors to cut fabrics now, but I'd love to try the accuquilt!

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  36. I am subscribed to Accuquilt emails. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  37. I use a rotary cutter or scissors... but both are dull right now. Sigh.

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  38. First I use a rotary cutter to cut my strips. Then I attach my hexagon template, and cut the squares to size with a scissors

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  39. I have already signed up and received the free patterns from Accuquilt.

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  40. I was going to answer "the old fashioned way" but I guess that would mean with templates and scissors. That would not be accurate. Instead, I use a rotary cutter and a ruler. I am not very accurate at it either. I realize I am one of the 3 quilters who don't own a Go! cutter but I think it might help my accuracy.

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  41. I already receive the emails from Accuquilt.

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  42. I cut with scissors or a rotary cutter. I've been dying to make a tumbler quilt, but just haven't had the patience to cut them all out! Now I'm going to have to make that raindrop shirt, too!

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  43. I use a rotary cutter most of the time. I often cut curves with scissors, though.

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  44. I signed up for Accuquilt's newsletter, too.

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  45. I use a rotary cutter and my ruler most of the time. Wow, everyone has one of these!! Do you find that it wastes fabric at all?

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  46. I use my rotary cutter for geometric-like shapes that need a lot of repeats and my scissors for everything else! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  47. Oh my fingers are crossed! I cut fabric with a rotary cutter and ruler on a self healing mat.

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  48. Wonderful giveaway! I've already on their mailing list ;) Pick me!!

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  49. I always cut my fabric with a rotary cutter, mat and ruler. This is a great giveaway and I would love to win.

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  50. I signed up for the Accuquilt newsletter.

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  51. I already receive the newsletter.

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  52. Yep, I get that newsletter. Which will be much more useful to me when I finally win one of these giveaways! :)

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  53. I use one of my 4 Olfa rotary cutters with an Omnigrid ruler to cut fabric.

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  54. I use a rotary cutter to cut out most of my quilts. Occasionally I use scissors.

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  55. I'm a rotary cutter kind of gal ... but I have about 7 of them, and use each for different projects/fabrics or size of cutting. Would love to win this! I SO want/need one! Thank you

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  56. I get the Accuquilt newsletter, hopefully I'll need it when the winner is drawn!!! :)

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  57. I use my trusty roto cutter and mat. It does a good job, but, a GO, that's what's needed.

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  58. I already get the newsletter. Thanks

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  59. I usually cut fabric with a rotary cutter and ruler.

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  60. I am signed up to receive the AccuQuilt newsletter.

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  61. I use a rotary cutter or scissors depending on the project. I typically use a rotary cutter blade much longer than it should be because I'm too lazy to switch it out. Yes, that is pathetic.

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  62. I use a rotary cutter and mat for strips and large cuts. For smaller things I use scissors.

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  63. I am a subscriber to the Accuquilt Newsletter already.

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  64. I usually cut it with a rotary cutter and badly at that!

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  65. I already receive the Accuquilt newsletter!

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  66. I use a rotary cutter or scissors for cutting, depending on the project.

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  67. I signed up for the newsletter.

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  68. I already get the newsletter.

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  69. I use an olfa rotary cutter. I also have a June Tailor on a grid ( I forget it's name) that has slices every .5 inches from 0-12 inches.

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  70. I use my rotary cutter and I cut on my ironing board while standing. I use my ironing board because it is the perfect height.

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  71. I have already signed up for the AccuQuilt news letter! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity! :)

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  72. Depending on what I am cutting fabric for, I either use scissors or a rotary cutter. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  73. Oh another chance! I usually use a rotary cutter for my sewing. I'm, as the rest of the quilty blog world attempting templates and these are forcing me to use scissors. . :)

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  74. I have signed up for the AQ newsletter and have been getting emails :)

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  75. The quilt I am making at the moment is cardboard templates (which I made myself), pencil outline and then cutting out with scissors. Very old school methinks!

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  76. I typically use a rotary cutter but for hand sewn hexies, I trace then cut with scissors.

    bendingpins(at)gmail(dot)com

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  77. This is about the 100th time I've entered a giveaway for a GO! Baby fabric cutter, I signed up for their news letter months ago...

    bendingpins(at)gmail(dot)com

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  78. It's a toss-up between my scissors & rotary cutter. It all depends on what I'm cutting. Pattern pieces are usually with my scissors, but my rotary cutter gets a pretty good workout too.

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  79. I am a rotary cutter girl however i would LOVE to have a go baby cutter!

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  80. I use my rotary cutter and a paper template (and a ruler too, of course!) when cutting fabric. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

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  81. I am also already signed up to recieve the accuquilt newsletter. Thanks again!

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  82. I have almost worn out my rotary cutter!! That is how I usually cut fabric!!

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  83. I am already signed up for their newsletter.

    Thanks!

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  84. Thank you so much for the opportunity to win this!

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  85. I use a rotary cutter and slippery rulers to cut my fabric.

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  86. I am already signed up for their newsletter

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  87. I use my rotary cutter mostly, it just so much faster. Thanks for the chance to win :)
    -annabelle

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  88. i'm an olfa rotary cutter girl.

    knottygnome@gmail.com

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  89. i already subscribe to their newsletter.

    knottygnome@gmail.com

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  90. I get their newsletter :) Thanks again
    -annabelle

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  91. I use a rotary cutter but would love to change that!!

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  92. I already subscribe to their newsletter.

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  93. I'm a rotary cutting girl - which is sometimes a pain when doing shapes like hexies or tumblers! I would love to win and Go Baby!!

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  94. And now I'm signed up for their newsletter - thanks again for the chance!

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  95. I typically cut fabric badly that's why I consider most of my quilts wonky!!!! (Oh, I use a rotary cutter). Thanks for the give away.

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  96. I am already signed up for the newsletter. I have lost count of how many of these giveaways I have entered.

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  97. I already get AccuQuilt emails. Sure would love to win one!

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  98. I use a rotary cutter/mat to cut most of my pieces, some I cut by hand with a template and scissors.

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  99. I already receive Accuquilt's newsletter. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  100. I typically cut fabric with a rotary cutter and scissors.

    Rebecca
    brrck@yahoo.com

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  101. And I've subscribed to the newsletter.

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  102. Hello there! I typically cut fabrics with my trusty rotary cutter. Unless it's shapes. Then I use scissors and give myself temporary carpal tunnel.... Very generous giveaway--thanks for the chance to win!
    Bethany
    sweetbeebuzzingsATgmailDOTcom

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  103. I usually use my rotary cutter, but I would love to have a cutter that could handle cuts that weren't straight!

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  104. I cut fabric with scizzors.

    emileenreynolds@yahoo.com

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  105. Usually I use my rotary cutter. Scissors sometimes depending on what I am sewing.

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  106. I have signed up for their newsletter. thank you!

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  107. I signed up for the Newsletter. Awesome giveaway.

    Rebecca
    brrck@yahoo.com

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  108. I typically use a rotary cutter or plain scissors. I am so bad at it! This would be such a better way! Especially for more stylish designs.

    bsyb100 at gmail dot com

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  109. I am already signed up for their newsletter!


    bsyb100 at gmail dot com

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  110. I cut fabric usually with a rotary cutter or scissors, depends on what I'm making.

    Thx

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  111. I already receive there newsletter.

    Thx

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  112. I cut most of my fabric with a rotary cutter.
    thanks for the chance to win11

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  113. I usually cut with plain old fabric scissors 'cause that's all I have so far!

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  114. currently use scissors but this looks so much easier and fun

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  115. I currently cut fabric using my rotary cutter and a broken ruler! Haha. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  116. I cut fabric with my rotary cutter and my cutting mat and favorite ruler...sounds kind of boring when you put it that way.

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  117. I'm signed up for the Accuquilt newsletters.

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  118. I usually cut my fabric with a rotary cutter and ruler. Would LOVE to cut it with my very own Baby!;-) Thanks for the opportunity to win one!

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  119. I'm signed up for the Accuquilt newsletter.

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  120. I usually cut my fabric using a rotary cutter and a self-healing mat. I also own several quilting rulers that are really helpful, although it would be nice to have a Go Baby! to make some of those really small and fussy cuts. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  121. I also already get the accuquilt newsletter.

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  122. I use my Fiskar's rotary cutter; thank you for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  123. I have signed up for Accuquilt E-mails
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  124. I switch back and forth between a rotary cutter and scissors. My scissors really need to be sharpened though.

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  125. I actually just signed up for the Accuquilt e-mails like last week. Ha.

    sapurser(at)gmail(dot)com

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  126. I use my scissors. Thanks for this giveaway!
    info@the-crafeteria.com

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  127. I use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut out fabric. I know...lame! Thanks for the chance!

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  128. I usually use a rotary cutter and mat to cut out my pieces. But for Applique I have to find a pattern and cut it out by hand--oh bother. I love appliques and this would be terrific to own and make it lots easier and faster.

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  129. Oh, I really want one of these. drool, drool!! I use my Olfa rotary cutter to cut my fabric.
    Lroghair (at) aol (dot) com

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  130. I get the AccuQuilt e-mails.
    Lroghair (at) aol (dot) com

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  131. I use a rule an a fiskar roll cutter but That go baby is so nicer!

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  132. I usually use a rotary cutter and mat to cut fabrics for piecing. When they need to be fussy-cutted, it is time to pull out the cardboard template (with the center cut out to make a little window to peek through) and the ballpoint pen and my Gingher sissors. The AccuQuilt Go Baby would make short work of applique shapes!

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  133. I receive the AccuQuilt email newsletter!

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  134. I use a rotary cutter for quilting.

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  135. I receive the newsletter from AccuQuilt. Thank you.

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  136. I'm an Accu Quilt groupie. I mean, I get their newsletter. *grin* Eventually, everyone else on the planet will have one...then maybe I can win *laughing* Thanks for the chance!

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  137. Are you using random number generator to pick the winner or pure entertainment? If pure entertainment...I cut my fabric with nail clippers....it's all I could afford *laughing*

    Ok, ok, you got me.... I use rotary cutters and scissors. I did try the butane torch once, but it didn't end well......

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  138. I generally use a rotary cutter but when doing applique I use scissors (of course) I have a pair of every kind of scissors made. Well, almost.
    Connie Haack
    letsgosew at yahoo dot com

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  139. I usually cut fabric with my rotary cutter.

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  140. I'm pretty sure I already subscribe to the Accuquilt e-mails. :-)

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  141. I signed up for the accuquilt e-mails and got a bunch of free downloadable patterns. Thanks!
    Connie Haack
    letsgosew at yahoo dot com

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  142. I use a rotary cutter for fabric....please random pick me.
    karen608 at yahoo dot com

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  143. I signed up for accuquilt newsletter...one more chance...thank you
    karen608 at yahoo dot com

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  144. I typically use a rotary cutter and a grid on my large cutting mat. For anything circular or odd shaped, I use scissors. I want to make an apple core quilt, but I am waiting until I get a Go!!

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  145. Usually use the good old rotary cutter & mat if it is a straight line...after that gotta bust out my old trusty fabric scissors (that need sharpening) :)

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  146. Signed up for the email newsletter!

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  147. I cut my fabrci with scissors. The old fashion way :)

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  148. I cut my fabric with a Fiskars rotary cutter and acrylic ruler/mat, love it. But sometimes with templates I do the old-fashioned, trace-and-cut-with-scissors thing...

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  149. Signed up for the newsletter, can't wait to see the free patterns.

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  150. I cut my fabric with a rotary cutter.

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  151. And I already subscribed for their newsletter.

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  152. I'm a fully converted rotary cutter gal. I don't know how I did anything without one. My hands aren't the steadiest and I never had scissors half as sharp as a new blade. I don't even mind when I accidentally nick myself, because it absolutely amazes me how sharp and precise it is.

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  153. I'm all signed up for the newsletter. I even looked thorough all of there patterns, despite my lack of the machine. I'm still wishing...

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  154. I usually cut fabric by eying it, and cutting it horribly. I admit, it is not a preferred method.
    Thanks!
    katelyn.j.stephens at gmail dot com

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  155. i mainly use the olfa 45 rotary cutter,

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  156. I just use my circular cutter and ruler but would love to have one of these someday :)

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  157. I had just sign up for Accuquilt E-mails, too :)

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  158. I cut with my 45mm fiskars cutter and my 6x24 or 6z12 ruler most of the time - I'd love a Baby GO!

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  159. I've already signed up for AccuQuilt's emails!

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  160. Rotary Cutter for nearly everything.

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  161. I am already signed for emails from AccuQuilt

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  162. Rotary cutter and my scissors. But mostly the rotatey cutter.

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  163. I'm already signed up for AccuQuilt emails.

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  164. I usually use my rotary cutter for fabric cutting.

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  165. ...and I just signed up for the emails.

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  166. I usually use my olfa rotary cutter and mat.

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  167. I signed up for the newsletter

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  168. I use my good rotary cutter. I have three different sizes that I use.

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  169. I already get the email and did go in and get free patterns. I have them on FB

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  170. i use my rotary cutter for cutting fabric. Sometimes scissors, it depends on what I am doing.

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  171. I already receive the Accuquilt emails. Thanks!!

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  172. I typically cut fabric awkwardly and off at weird angles, even when I don't mean to. It tends to result in some panic, lots of swearing, and a bit of improv!

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  173. I cut all of my pieces with my rotary cutter, unless I am doing applique and then it is with scissors. I would love to be able to speed up my quilting if I was lucky enough to win the Go Baby!

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  174. I am already subscribe to the Accuquilt emails.

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  175. I use a rotary cutter for my fabric but even with all my trying it doesn't always come out straight.

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  176. scissors and rotary cutters!!! this machine makes cutting fun!!! ( advertising slogan) =)

    puravida(at)frontiernet(d0t)net

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  177. I used to cut my fabric the old-fashioned way (with scissors) but now can't do it without my rotary cutter. I'm sure this baby would be doing a lot of that work if I won it!
    naslyyadid(at)gmail(dot)com

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  178. I have already subscribed to accuquilt newsletter.
    Thank you for hosting this lovely giveaway!
    naslyyadid(at)gmail(dot)com

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  179. I use a rotary cutter, but would love a Go Baby!

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  180. I use a rotary cutter and a mat. I've heard great things about the Go Baby! and would lve to have one :)

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  181. Just like everyone else, I use a rotary cutter and mat. Man who this be so much easier!

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  182. Just signed up for their newsletter - thanks!

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  183. I use my Olfa rotary & mat. This nifty machine looks like lot of fun!
    lauradbrady(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  184. I signed up for the newsletter,

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  185. Normally I use my olfa self healing mat and my rotary cutter to cut my fabric. But if I am working with templates then I use scissors. One of these machines would be awesome for applique!!!

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  186. I usually rotary cut which is good, but that go baby would make quick work of all the fun shapes! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  187. Thank you so much for the chance to win! This baby would be soo awesome to use. I have been using a rotary cutting and rulers up until this point! :-)

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  188. I just signed up for Accuquilt E-mails and got a bunch of free patterns! yay!

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  189. I usually use rotary cutters, but would love the Go Baby for those harder to cut shapes!

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  190. I just use scissors currently...and so I would love this!

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  191. I just signed up for Accuquilt emails also! ;)

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