261 GO! Baby Giveaway.

8.17.2011

Today I get to give away a GO! Baby Fabric Cutter and 3 dies from Accuquilt!
You can read my Bejeweled block tutorial and review of this product here.  It is so quick and easy to cut irregular shapes with it.  

To enter this giveaway, simply leave a comment on this post.  Tell me what you'd use your new cutter for if you win, how your day is going today, or what you're looking forward to most about fall.  Any comment will do!   Please make sure there is a way to contact you if you win.  I'll announce a winner on Monday.

Also, if you become an Accuquilt email subscriber as well to keep up with the latest news, you'll get 22 free patterns!

261 comments:

  1. I'm the first commenter, really?? How often does the first one get picked? Uh, never. Oh well... I have seen so many people make some absolutely amazing things with their Go! Baby cutters. I love the tumbler block and can really see the benefits for circle and HST cutting. I'd so love one of these...

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  2. I would love this to use up my ridiculous amount of scraps!! Thanks for the chance!

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  3. Id use my cutter to make more fun shapes for charity quilts - its so tedious cutting out so many shapes so I end up usually just doing plain squares. This would be a great way to make more interesting quilts :)

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  4. Fabulous! I would love to try it! Hmmm... fall means apple picking and pumpkin pie. Yum! :)
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  5. I live in New England so am looking forward to the leaves, apple picking, crisp weather -- I love the Fall!

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  6. I would like to get started quilting, but do not have the patience to cut perfect shapes! Thanks and hope you have a great day!

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  7. I think I'd probably use it to finally make a tumbler quilt. I just don't have the patience to cut out all the blocks. Nor do I have faith in my ability to be precise with angles.

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  8. It would be great to make cutting easier! I would love it for HST or circles or even appliqués! Thanks for the chance! :)

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  9. I would use the go cutter to try my hand at a tumbler quilt. I am looking forward to going apple picking in the fall.

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  10. I would love it because I do not have a steady cutting hand at all and think it would be great for all shapes! I could learn to make so many unique quilts!

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  11. Thanks for hosting such a great giveaway1 A baby Go would be so helpful and fast to cut shapes for our guilds charity quilts. Just thinking of all the happy faces makes me smile.

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  12. well, i love fall and i would make everything with it...anything quilted!! would love it so much!

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  13. I'm having a fantastic day, something dh and i thought was a never ever is now on the cards as a maybe! wooo hooo! I don't think it can get any better, but just in case I'm going to enter! I'd love a go, I have to many little scraps that i need to turn into something. This would help with the cutting immensely.

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  14. This is on my buy list eventually so I can make a double wedding ring, but I wouldn’t mind winning one instead!

    But I also want it to help manage my scraps, so that I can cut them into useful shapes instead of all manner of odd polygons.

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  15. I would use it cut irregular shapes that might otherwise be a bit intimidating to do en masse for a quilt. Also, I sort of cut my finger open with my rotary cutter on Monday night and had to have 8 stitches, so it might be a little while before I use a rotary cutter again.

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  16. I would use this to make things for all my friends' babies. :) And hopefully one day my own.

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  17. These things are so cool. I'd use it for cutting quilt pieces & for appliqués. :)

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  18. Why for cutting fabric of course! :) I so want to make a circle quilt of some sort and this would help tremendously! Thanks for the chance

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  19. I would love to use the cutter to make HSTs go faster and maybe finally try some hexagons.

    knottygnome@gmail.com

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  20. I've been starting, then stopping work on my first quilt for ages, so I think perhaps a new gadget would be an inspiration to sit down and make this thing happen!

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  21. i'd use it to make a big, colorful patchwork quilt!

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  22. I'd love to use the cutter for my scraps and I can't wait for the cooler weather this fall! And the changing leaves. And pumpkins. And Halloween, my husband's birthday, my birthday, and my anniversary. I love fall :)

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  23. Such an awesome give away. I'd use my GoBaby to get some of the unusual shapes for applique and some other harder to cut shapes. I just love them all.
    (creationsbyuli at gmail dot com)

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  24. Thanks for the giveaway. I am looking forward to cooler weather and the fall activities.

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  25. Wow, I could think of so many uses for this, but mostly, I think I'd use it for unusual shapes, something that would be hard to cut with my ruler. Thanks!

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  26. I see the pile of scraps being transformed into tumbler blocks!

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  27. I would use it to make quilts for all of my friends who are preggers!

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  28. I see lots and lots of wonderful baby quilts.

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  29. I have a TON of scraps and bits of fabric from our wedding that I've been meaning to turn into a quilt. They're all oddly shaped, and mostly small. I'd use this to turn those awkward pieces into something beautiful!

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  30. I am having a nice day & I hope you are too! I would use this together with my sister & my daughter to make all kinds of gifts! It looks wonderful. Thank you for the opportunity!

    I don't have a blog, but my sister does if you need an address?

    Thank you,
    Lorie
    lorievarn@ yahoo.com (remove space)

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  31. I'd be able to make more complicated quilts... I've only been working with square and triangles. Hexagons and tumblers here I come! :o)

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  32. I would definitely make a tumbler quilt!!

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  33. I would love to win, specifically to avoid cutting HSTs (I can never seem to get them perfectly cut!). Thanks for sharing, and maybe I'll get lucky this time! Also, my day is great so far. I hope yours is, too!

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  34. I would love this baby. Just got into quilting, hoping to finish up my first two quilts soon (one UFO from over 2 years ago). I would love to use this on quilt patterns and other crafty projects. I am looking forward to meeting my baby girl in a month, or so, that will keep me busy through MOST of the Fall! Thanks for the chance!

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  35. what a great giveaway! i'm having a pretty okay day - all i can say is, be careful what you pray for cause you'll probably get it... in an unexpected way. :)

    bess

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  36. Thanks for the giveaway! I'd love to use it to try a quilt with more interesting shapes!

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  37. Oh baby,,,,I'd use it for cutting out appliqués....I have a new niece and am making her onesies all the time. I could get so creative.

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  38. My favorite things to make are quilts and table runners, so there would be plenty of those being whipped up!

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  39. Yay for the giveaway! I'd use it to cut out lots and lots of squares and triangles!! Thanks!

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  40. I've been waiting for this giveaway! I'd do my first "real" quilt...wahoo.

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  41. With my first baby on the way, I'd love to cut into some of my favorite fabrics I've been holding onto. I think I might actually make a quilt that will stay at my house!

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  42. I'm so excited for this giveaway!! I really want to make something with hexagons, so I would definitely use it to cut out those fidgety shapes. I'd also like to make a flying geese quilt for my friend who just announced she's pregnant, so it would be wonderful to have the Go! Baby for all those triangles...

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  43. I would love to make a fabulous new quilt for my cat, maybe even a Halloween costume.

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  44. I would love a Go! to cut 2" squares from my scraps, it is such a boring and time consuming job. Thank you. C

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  45. I would love this for quilting!

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  46. I am a total noob, so some help cutting HSTs would be awesome. :) Thanks for the chance!!

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  47. How sweet! I wonder how they're giving so many of these away...or why. Wouldn't it be awesome if I could win one?!?! =) Awesome, yes, likely, no.

    Anyway, getting ready for a final trip away this summer...I'm reading blogs, instead of cleaning my house. Don't tell on me! =)

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  48. I love your pattern! I'd definitely use it to make cutting quicker, but I like their other really cute dies...Anyway, school starts Monday! :)

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  49. I am having a blitz on my scraps - think a Baby Go would make short work of the pile! I'd love to have a go at drunkards path but the cutting has always put me off. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  50. Thanks so much for hosting this giveaway!! I would like to use it for making a tumbler quilt or quickly cutting my hexagons!

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  51. GAH! I've become a little obsessed with making a quilt, so I'd use this to make that happen! Great giveaway!!

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  52. I'd love to try one of these out!

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  53. I keep having grand babies and this would make a HUGE difference in keeping up with babies being born! AND they might even get something a little fancier than the first few

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  54. The Go! Baby is so cute and so portable I would love to win one so that I could take it to my quilt guild and to my quilting bee - we could easily cut together. Thanks for the chance!

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  55. I would use it for the doll quilts that I am planning to make. Today I received the book: American Doll Quilts by Kathleen Tracy, I can recommend it to you, a lovely book so inspiring.

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  56. I just had a grandson born on Sunday. I would like to make some quilts.

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  57. I'd love to win! I'd make a quilt for my baby that's due in January. :)

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  58. I'd use the Go to speed up the cutting. It would sure help my bad back out. I'm loving everything I see on blogs mafde with the squares. I know that I would be doing those for sure. Thanks for the chance to win. Nancy

    skysnaina@cfl.rr.com

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  59. I so want this! Thousands of hexagons...

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  60. I would make a "circles" quilt. Love circles but balk at cutting them all out myself. I can imagine lots of other reasons to have fun with this baby!

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  61. I would love this so I could quit procrastinating about cutting fabric to start a quilt with. It seems like a great product to do the work for me! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  62. Thank you so much for this giveaway!! It would be so useful!! cutting so much quicker and more accurate ;) Plans for the fall??? None yet.. maybe a quilt for my niece?? Most probably !!!
    Thanks again for the chance!!! I hope I could win this :)

    t_neni@yahoo.com

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  63. I'd love to win this - I think it would really save me time when starting a quilt. I am so looking forward to fall and some cooler weather - anything is better than the 100+ temperatures here in Texas!

    Amy
    amy(dash)elisabeth(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  64. Thanks for this opportunity! I would love to have some of the triangle and square dies. I'm in love with patchwork & flying geese & would appreciate the shortcut. :)

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  65. hmmm... i think i would most use the cutter for triangles or diamonds. thanks for the chance to win! :)

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  66. I would make cute quilts! I'm just too lazy to cut out my own shapes so this would be a blessing!

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  67. I would love to use it to cut out little things for applique. That would really speed up the process!

    katrina_hertzer2000 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  68. I'm looking forward to my bday on Fri.
    ellredstar (at) gmail (dot) com

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  69. It would hopefuly help motivate me to unpack the sewing maching I got Christmas!

    hbowar at gmail dot com

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  70. I am looking forward to cooler weather so I can use my quilts, I just started quilting and would love this go baby!!!

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  71. I would use it to make some tumbler pillows and flying geese. People have been posting all kinda of Go Baby project lately and they've been such great inspiration!

    chancyf (at) gmail (d0t) com

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  72. Tumbler block quilts! Would love to win...

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  73. I would use the cutter for my squares and triangles. The last quilt I made had all kinds of crazy mismatched seams from my poor cutting skills.

    Melissa

    ltngrl9 at gmail dot com

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  74. The quilt I would with this Go! cutter would be "Nanna's Garden" or what the octogon shaped garden quilt is called. My mother made one for me in my early twenties. I watched her mark and cut the pieces by hand with a cardboard shape. Now it is my turn to make one in her memory.

    Ceelyking@live.com

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  75. I'm looking forward to curling up under quilts in the fall :)

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  76. Thank you for a chance to win such a great prize. I think my first quilt would be a red and white snowflake applique quilt. Then I would cut hexigons, hundreds of hexigons!
    Thank you!

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  77. I would love to make an HST quilt! This would make it so much easier! I'm looking forward to some relief from this heat, hopefully that will come with fall!

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  78. What an awesome giveaway! It's 90* here today and I can't wait for the crisp fall air. The leaves changing & falling from the trees, football, pumpkins! I can't wait for all of it!

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  79. I would make hexagons. I have made some already, but I could make them so much faster with this fabulous giveaway!!
    zemkej@att.net

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  80. I would attempt a hexagon quilt on a massive scale if I had a cutter!
    bearmtpicnic@gmail.com

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  81. What an amazing tool! This could finally make me Type-A enough to be a good quilter!

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  82. I can't wait for fall...cooler weather, jewel tone colors, and our anniversary! I would love to win a fabric cutter. There are some neat quilts I'd love to try, but all the fancy cutting scares me. :)

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  83. I'd love to win a GO! I'm really wanting their holiday dies - the snowman accessories in particular!

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  84. Fun! I would use it to make a quilt, I think.

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  85. Today I'm picking out fabrics to make my very own herringbone quilt!

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  86. I had a stroke 3 years ago I have trouble holding the fabric down on the cutting mat with my left hand to cut it, I think a go cutter would help me cut my fabric easier and safer with less waste. When I cut my quit pieces it takes me forever. Its hard to sew quit pieces that are cut kinda crooked but But I am really just thankful I can still quilt.

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  87. I would go half square triangle crazy!!
    michellecure@hotmail.com

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  88. Oh my gosh, I can't even tell you how fabulous a Go! cutter would be. I can do just about everything else quilting-wise, but for some reason cutting just isn't my skill. I am a TERRIBLE cutter, and I feel horrible every time I ask my mom to come help me out on a new project. Winning this would make my life (and my mom's) so much easier!

    amandasbookblog[AT]gmail[DOT]com

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  89. I would seriously LOVE to win a Go! Baby. It would make cutting so much quicker. Thanks for the chance!

    chocolatechippers at gmail dot com

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  90. I've been trying to win this all summer!!! lol
    I would use for all the reasons its meant to be uesd for!! hehe. and let my mom use it too! thank you!
    suezneal at gmail

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  91. I would use this for appliques and patchwork! I love the tumbler quilts I've seen around and I'm JUST now really getting into quilting, so this would help out a lot!

    erincomptondesign (at) gmail (dot) com

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  92. My sister is going away to college in a year, so I'm planning on embellishing a set of towels (bath and hand) with bubble-like circles. This would make it so much easier! :)

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  93. I would love to make a tumbler quilt & also the GO baby would speed up the making of a quilt as well. Thanks for the giveaway.
    clarrie_bear76@hotmail.com

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  94. Hi Holly - I think the Baby Go would like a trip down under :)
    Thanks for the give away, and for inspiring blog posts!
    Michelle
    needlefood@gmail.com

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  95. I would start quilting and the GO baby would definitely be the perfect motivation to start!

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  96. Have always wanted to try a drunkards path ... and this would be just the tool to make that less intimidating! :)

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  97. I am enjoying what is left of the summer! I would love to make some cute quilts with the Go Baby though! thanks!

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  98. Hello! If I won the Go Baby, I'd cut some hexies and some drunkard's path blocks! I am looking forward to fall so the weather will cool off.

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  99. I would use the circle die to embellish quilts and bags and little girls dresses

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  100. My heart goes pitter patter everytime I see an Accuquilt Go Baby giveaway. How much fun would it be ti cut 6 hexies at a time! Thank you for the chance to win one.

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  101. I'm really looking forward to finishing a picnic blanket by the end of next week since my husband's family wants to eat at the park for his birthday. :> Thanks for the chance to win!

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  102. I'm looking forward to cooler weather! The Florida sun is cooking! I would use the Go Baby cutter to make quilts, and pillows, and make myself learn to applique. Thanks for the giveaway!

    rningrid(at)comcast(dot)net

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  103. I would really love to make my granddaughter a holiday quilt... she's old enough to appreciate it and youn enough to really enjoy cuddling on the couch with Mom,or my husband or me... thank you for the opportunity to have a shot at this!

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  104. Maybe I'll win one of these someday if I just keep entering! I would love to do some tumbling blocks with the Go Baby!
    I am not looking forward to fall because it seems like summer just got here in Portland. I am hoping it stays sunny! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  105. I am saying 3 prayers and keeping fingers crossed..I would love this..
    chris at SadieMaesAttic@aol.com

    Thank you for the opportunity.

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  106. oooh, you read my mind about fall! i know i should be treasuring these last few days of summer, but sweaters! apples! foliage!

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  107. Oh girl - this is amazing! There has been some buzz about this fall and me maybe getting an actual studio with a small store front...I'd love to see the GO!Baby get good use in the new place! Oh, and I can't wait for the Sewing Summit!

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  108. I'm so ready for fall. The heat and humidity here will most likely last through the end of the year. I'm ready for it to go now!

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  109. Hi! I'm a beginner and I would love to have one of those little guys. It would be great to experiment with different shapes and make new things. So excited! Thanks so much.

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  110. These machines look terrific! I would want to use it to cut applique shapes quickly and easily!

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  111. Oh - I'm soo excited to see another go giveaway...only to hope this one will land me a winner! Thanks for the chance to win! If I do win - I hope to use my scraps to whip up a project with wonderful cut pieces :) Thanks in advance.

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  112. I would love to use this with your circle quilt pattern!
    theresa_m79@hotmail.com

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  113. If I win this GoBaby I would cut hexies til the cows come home! Thanks

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  114. Would love to win this so I could get the 2" square die to help me with my pixel quilts (8-bit video game quilts like dig dug, donkey kong, etc). It is so painful when I cut squares and they are not exact. Important things like facial features, body parts, etc. look silly if they are not lined up.
    Looking forward to fall...I'm sick of the heat!

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  115. I would love one of these (who wouldn't?)! Thanks for the chance.

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  116. I would use the Go Baby to cut many, many flowers to applique in a new quilt! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  117. I would love to make hexagons!!

    I am looking forward to getting my quilting mojo back in the fall. Warm summers typically make me reluctant to be in the sewing room.

    Thanks!

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  118. I am looking forward to the beautiful leaves of fall.

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  119. Wow, thanks for the giveaway! It's been a great day and I'm really looking forward to fall fabrics, pumpkin table runners, and snuggling under a quilt outside.

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  120. Oh, I would so love to win! I would love to use a GO cutter to help my quilt guild make more charity quilts and veteran's quilts. I would love to make a holiday motif quilt! Thanks so much for the opportunity!

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  121. i am sooooo looking forward to echo by lotta jansdotter. it would be so nice if i had some sort of a machine that would cut it into nice quilty bits for me . . .

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  122. I would love to use this to make hexies - they would be much less fiddly to cut out:)

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  123. I would love to win a GO Baby and use to cut up all of my scraps into various usable sizes. I would love the 2 1/2" strip, the chisel and one of the triangles. I am not looking forward to fall because it is the worst season for my allergies! Plus, that means the boat will be coming out of the water soon.

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  124. I have one already have one and I love it so I would give it to my quilting friend so she could have one too. Thanks for the chance.

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  125. I have just started quilting and could see myself loving the speed of this! It would also be really useful to make appliques to add to bibs, t-shirts, onesies, or pretty much anything. I love my rotary cutter but boy would this make things even faster!

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  126. I'd make appliques for my little girl!

    Love it!

    kate dot shafer at gmail dot com

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  127. I love sewing but have never made a quilt. I would LOVE to win this and use it to make my sweet daughter a quilt! Oh....I would be so excited!!!

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  128. I would make a warm/cool half square triangle quilt!

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  129. This is awesome!! I would make stuff for all my friend's kiddos.

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  130. i would love to make a drunkards path quilt :)

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  131. I can't wait for the cool fall nights and crisp mornings. I am tired of the heat. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  132. What a great giveaway! I'd love to have one of these to applique some shirts and onesies for my kiddos.

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  133. I would love to win this and finally make a quilt using the drunkard's path block that I don't want to cut out myself!

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  134. Awesome giveaway!! I would use it to cut perfect circles. I love quilts with circles, but I can't seem to cut them perfectly round.

    famflanary@yahoo.com

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  135. Holy Cow I would LOVE LOVE to win...my day has been surprisingly successful, managed to cross a lot off my to do list.

    Thanks for hosting such a great giveaway!

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  136. I would love to make a apple core quilt! And this tool will make the project much quicker! :)

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  137. Today was the first day of school. I teach high school science and I'm wiped out from talking so much! I didn't get to play with fabric all day long :( I can't wait for the weekend so I can sew another quilt top. Would love a chance to win a Go! baby and take it to school to play with during my break times. Thanks for the give away.

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  138. i would love to try this! it would make cutting so much easier and use up some of my scraps stash, who knows what all i would be able to make! thanks for the chance!

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  139. I would love to use the hexagon die to attack my stash of Oriental fat quarters. I've planned out a fabulous arrangement for them, now I just need the GO! Baby to make all that cutting easier. :D Thanks for the chance to win!

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  140. Why can't little birds fly into our hands, so we can cuddle them? My DH said just said that and I loved it so I thought I'd share it with you! Thank-you for hosting this opportunity!

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  141. Who would not want to win this Baby GO?! I would make lots and lots of baby quilts. Thanks for the give away. Fantastic! Veerle- Cape Town

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  142. I would LOVE to win this Accuquilt GO Baby fabric cutter, it would same many of us so much precious time in the quilting process!

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  143. I would love to win the GO baby fabric cutter. Today I begin your lovely circle quilt for a friend of mine who is due to give birth at the beginning of next month!

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  144. What would I use the GO baby for? Cutting anything that requires a template: circles, hexies, etc. What a great stash buster. Thanks for the chance to win! How is my day going, great so far!! Have a wonderful, sun- filled, fun-filled day:-)

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  145. I'd love a Go Baby! I have three young daughters who love to help me quilt, but they are too young to use a rotary cutter safely. This way, they could help out since cutting is so time consuming! Plus, I have a love affair with the tumbler block and boy does that one take a lot of tedious cutting! Thanks!!!!

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  146. I would love a Go! Baby, it would be so useful for cutting quilt pieces, making fabric labels, applique, everything! Thanks for the giveaway

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  147. I would love to win one to use on a tumbler quilt. Fall is my favorite season.....looking forward to freshly-picked apples, crisp cool air, cozy fires and beautiful leaves!

    Marye. huckabes@hotmail dot com

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  148. I'm hoping to start a quilt this fall so this would be wonderful!

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  149. Oh I would love to win this. I would use it to make my first quilt and appliques for my children clothing. Today I'm recovering from a surgery that I had yesterday. I'm checking out all the blogs I follow and watching chick flicks that my husband will not watch with me. Side Note: he curled up in bed with me and was sucked in to Coco Chanel (can you beleive that?)

    mzanfardino(at)nc.rr(dot)com

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  150. Thanks for a chance!! I am hoping to win it for my quilt project.
    I will choose 2 1/2 strips, value dies and diamonds if I win!!

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  151. I'd love to win this!

    I can tell you that I'm most excited about this hot, humid weather going away when Fall comes. It feels like you can cut through the air with a knife sometimes, and it's just a mess to deal with anything involving the outdoors because of it!

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  152. Thanks for the giveaway! I am hoping to win this to work on some quilts with my mom and sister. After watching my sister individually cut out thousands of hexagons for her quilt, I think I need one of these ;)

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  153. Love the cool air and having bonfires and watching my kids play fall sports!!
    My friends are having babies this fall and will love to win and make baby quilts!

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  154. to many things i could make with a accuquilt. what i look forward to fall is the cooler weather and my day today is so far good later I will go see a friend who just lost her son.

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  155. Thanks for the giveaway. I bet it has been fun trying it out. So glad you get to share with someone.

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  156. I would use it to make charms out of all my scraps so maybe they would actually get used sometime!

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  157. How about some of the hexies--that is what I would make with the Go Baby!!

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  158. I would love to start doing some real quilting--hexagons, maybe?

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  159. I'd love a chance to use a Go Baby to cut hexagons, triangles and squares to make table runners for Christmas gifts.

    Thank you for this chance!
    your newest, bestest, blogging buddy....

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  160. I would love to win! Thanks for the chance!

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  161. I would love to use this to make more complicated shapes to cut out like tumblers and triangles and hexagons.

    Thanks for the opportunity!

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  162. I'd start with circles and move on to tumblers. Thanks for the chance. Amy in VA

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  163. Only 2 hours left to enter! I'd use an Accuquilt
    to do wool applique. Love the dies and fast to use.

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  164. If I win, I'm giving it to my MIL for Christmas!

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  165. I would use it to make my charity quilts, as for fall and what I like... cooler weather, I am ready for days I can open the windows and let the cool breeze come it...

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  166. I would love to cut circles with this...or hexagons...or appliques for clothing.... Pick me!

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  167. I would love to win a Go! I would use it to cut out applique pieces for quilt blocks.

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  168. What I'm looking forward to about fall is LESS HUMIDITY! I live in the SW, and this is our "monsoon" season so we're quite humid. I don't handle heat well, and do even less well with both heat and humidity (I know, whine, whine). It just saps all my energy when I should be making lots of projects. Also we tend to wait until the rains settle down to do our fall camping which is my favorite time of the year.
    thanks!

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  169. Living in Dallas, I am looking forward to rain, lots and lots of rain. And temps below 100 degrees. Fall cannot come quickly enough!!!!! : )

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  170. I personally hate making HSTs and QSTs so having a GO! Baby would really solve this issue for me.

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  171. This would be so much fun! I've just started making quilts, so this would be super fun! Thanks!

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  172. I am not gonna lie, I want one of these so freaking bad. It would be crazy awesome if I won one! The day I win won would even be as aawesome as yesterday was when I found a pair of vintage Salvatore Ferragamo shoes at one of my favorite consignment/thrift stores for less than $50. Serious, I did a happy dance in the middle of the store and people thought I was a bit touched in the head, but I didn't care. I think that happy dance would see the light of day again if I could somehow manage to win this baby too!

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  173. I would love to win this of course. My day is going great. I am getting ready for a trip to Kelowna BC to see my best friend and attend her daughter's wedding. Thanks for asking

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  174. I have a ton of Go! ideas but I think I'd start with a tumbler quilt. Always wanted to make one but cutting is not my favorite part. Thanks for the chance

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  175. I'd love this :D
    Thanks for the chance!

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  176. OMG. I'd totally love this. I love sewing but hate cutting. With a baby in tow... I have so little time for pet projects like quilting so this would be a lifesaver! (I'd also finally finish her baby quilt!!!)

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  177. Love that thingy! it would be so useful... thanks for the giveaway!!

    jesuisavantgarde(at)gmail(dot)com

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  178. I can't wait for fall! My husband and I will be celebrating our first anniversary on October 9th. I have so many fall crafts in mind to keep me and my family cozy warm - quilts and hand knitted scarves and hats and mittens! Thanks for doing this giveaway!

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  179. I'd use a cutter to do some more complicated shapes like hexagons or tumblers!

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  180. I'd love to be able to use a cutter to make more the more complicated shapes consistently (tumblers, hexi's, dresden fans)

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  181. I like one of these to cut hexagons, it would be so much easier. Thanks for the chance. Linda

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  182. As a beginner sewer, I'd luuuurve to have this to cut some fun shapes (I can't even cut a straight line..eeep!) and attempt to do a quilt. ;)

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  183. Thank you for the awesome GO! giveaway. I would like to cut circles from my polkadot charm swap and make a quilt with those. The circle cutter with the Baby GO! would do the trick.

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  184. 1. Hexies, circles and tumblers - I'd love to have the GO! Baby for those.
    2. My day is going fine, but I'd rather be home sewing.
    3. I look forward to cooler temperatures in the fall.

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  185. What an exciting giveaway! I'm really looking forward to the cooler temperatures of fall, it's been such a hot summer!
    rdoran1(at)gmail(dot)com

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  186. This would be such a timesaver for making quilts for my granddaughters and soon to be born grandson!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  187. Ack! Just read the comment upthread about someone cutting her finger with a rotary cutter and receiving 8 stitches. That's what I'd use my Go!Baby for -- avoiding quilting accidents! :)

    zolivia999@gmail.com

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  188. Thanks for your give away, I would so love to have one of these so I could spend less time cutting.

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  189. I'm gonna keep on trying and one of these days I'm gonna win one of these Babies!

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  190. Ohhh I would love one of these! I am looking forward to crisp air, cool nights, colorful leaves and apple cider donuts! heather dot nevits at gmail dot com

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  191. Most looking forward to this Fall? How about all year....Sewing Summit!!!!! Wahoo!!!!!!!!!!!

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  192. I would love to make quilts with the pieces I'm scared of screwing up :) tumblers, hexagons, circles, etc.

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  193. I would love to get one so it's easier to cut curved pieces! :) I'm looking forward to fall because I'm hoping my allergies let up soon. It's been so bad this year. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  194. These are so cool. I would love the Bountiful Baskets, 3 1/2: Drunkards Path and the Go critters if I were to win!! Thanks for a wonderful opportunity!

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  195. I was looking at those last night. It's always fun to try something new

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  196. I have a 1 month old baby girl that I make clothes for, so I would use it in those endeavors!

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  197. I am looking forward to the weddings of my brother and one of my besties! (On the same day no less!)

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  198. Hi! New follower and looking forward to your blog! I am a somewhat new quilter and I like the look of traditional quilting. I would use the go for baskets,hexies drunkards path etc. If only the Go! could do my Dear Jane. LOL I am looking forward to smell of a freshly carved Pumpkin!

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  199. Thanks for the great give away! I'm just learning and really inspired by the modern designs.

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  200. Hello! This space is really lovely! And this giveaway is wonderful! It inspires me. Thanks, thanks so much for this marvelous chance. Well, it's amazing making make cutting easier. I love so much hearts and flowers.I can imagine so many things to sew like pillows, bags, curtains with lots of hearts and flowers. I've posted this on my sidebar at "sorteios/candies", by date. Thanks again! :D Rachel
    Follower's name: Rachel Berault
    Email: rachelwishmade@gmail.com

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