GO! baby – – GIVEAWAY

EEk – – did you feel it in the air today – – I’m doing a giveaway of the GO! baby cutter, plus 3 dies – I know, it’s rockin awesome :)

My review posts from earlier today:

Several chances to enter:

– Leave a comment on this post saying what would you use your Go! baby fabric cutter to make first.

–go to AccuQuilt and browse the Die Choices - – what’s one you love??  Come back here and leave that comment.

–become a fan of AccuQuilt on Facebook and come back here to leave a comment saying you did so

Good luck! – – giveaway ends Friday, Aug 26th, around noon – -

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Thanks for Reading


  1. says

    I really liked the look of the apple core quilt. Plus, with it being back to school, it fits the season :) I think that would be my first project.

  2. says

    So many great dies to choose from: although I love the Holiday Medley dies I think Rose of Sharon would be my first choice since it could be used year round for all different projects.

  3. says

    I would definitely start with fabric flowers for headbands…I don’t make them very often due to having to cut out the circles! This is fabulous!

  4. says

    I would applique some hearts on my soon-to-be-here baby’s onesies or make a quilt. Too many choices and I have been hoping to win one of these babies!!!

  5. says

    I would use it for something to do with Halloween. Or some nice cloth napkins and matching place mats for Christmas (with snowflakes, maybe)

  6. says

    I have never done any quilting before, nor heard about ‘die cutters’ until I read your last post but it is definately something I would love to try. I think I would start with some of the more basic shapes such as circles or those maxi pads (apple cores) LOL. Great giveaway :)

  7. says

    I would use it to make hair bows for my daughter and I, and a few baby quilts that are floating around in my head. And a yo yo pillow and skirt:)

  8. says

    First I would make a table runner for the dining room table in nice fallish colors.
    Unlike everyone else who entered, I really want to win so pick me :p

  9. says

    I’d love to use it to make fabric flowers. Cutting a gazillion circles isn’t the fun part of the process!

    I’ve been DYING for one of these! There’s no way I can buy one right now, so I’m really hoping I win!!

  10. says

    OH my goodness, I would make a quilt first. I can’t even begin to tell you how exciting it is to possibly win this cute little helper. :D

  11. says

    Rose of Sharon! And the Apple Core! And the Rag Circle and Flower! Love, love, love!!!

    Somebody show this thing to my husband! Momma needs a birthday present!

  12. says

    GO! Circle-2″, 3″, 5″, GO! Daisy, & GO! Strip Cutter-2 1/2″ (2 strips)!! I could use these in so many ways, Im excited just thinking about having this opportunity to win!! :)

  13. says

    I think the circle form would be the die that I would have to buy. I would definitely get the most use out of it. Otherwise, a simple square die, maybe the 3 1/2″?

  14. says

    I love baby quilts, but need to move on to bigger and better, my goal is a twin and then queen size quilt…this would make it so much easier :) Thanks for the giveaway! peachykellie at gmail dot com

  15. says

    my grandma would use it for a quilt pattern she bought at quilt expo last year. i would use it to make an awesome applique jeans jacket. my sister would take it to the quilt shop she works at to make samples. (if won whole family will use this.lol) so i like accuquilt on fb. the GO! birds are my favorite of the die chioces. ^.^

  16. says

    Wow, am I allowed to love them all? I am going to have to say the drunkards path die because I have been wanting to make one of these for so long.

  17. says

    Ooh…hard to choose! I think 5″ squares for sure cause that is practical. Then possibly a reindeer or the new cute bird, and either the flowers or 1/2 square triangles…. too many to choose!

  18. says

    I need to make myself a new lap quilt and I would love to use this to make one. I like pixel quilts…as in 8-bit video games pixels. I am looking to make a donkey kong quilt with the 2″ square dies.

  19. says

    There are so many different things,but I was thinking of making all of the girls in the family cloth napkins to save waste, and I would love to add cute embellishments!

  20. says

    As I mentioned before, I’ve been hankering to make hexies. So, I would love the hexagon die. :-)

    2nd and 3rd choices are the circles and the tumblers. :-)

  21. says

    I just recently found a super cute pattern for a circle quilt but didn’t want to cut all the circles by hand so I filed the pattern away. This machine would make the circle quilt a reality. Would love to win – thanks for the chance.

  22. says

    I would probably use it to cut appliques for onsies. I have lots of nieces and nephews and tons of friends having babies right now so it would be PERFECT for that purpose!! Sure hope I win and thanks for the opportunity!

  23. says

    How to choose. Mandy you are so practical and yet awesome. Because a simple circle does go along way. But I am a copycat and I absolutely LOVED the apple core!

  24. says

    I would get a circle die, but also probably a hexie die. Anything that will make me more accurate sounds good in my book. If I can’t cut it with my ruler and rotary cutter, I’m out of luck in regard to accuracy! ;)

  25. says

    What an amazing giveaway! I would use the die shapes for the pennants I am addicted to making. They would make cute appliques for them.

  26. says

    My main problem quilting is the piece cutting so this is perfect! So yeah I would use if for quilting first off and then all sorts of other things!

  27. says

    Your apple core project was great & definitely bumps that die up higher on my list! I’d go for that & the hexies for sure, but I’m torn on the third one.

  28. Stacey says

    I would make a quilt. The hardest part about making a quilt is the accurate cutting, this would make that part easy – awesome!
    <3 your blog!
    Thanks for the chance to win.
    badjacks @ gmail . com

  29. Stacey says

    I would make a quilt. The hardest part about making a quilt is the accurate cutting, this would make that part easy – awesome!
    <3 your blog!
    Thanks for the chance to win.
    badjacks @ gmail . com

  30. Stacey says

    I would choose the Go! Sunbonnet Sue. My grandmother had a quilt with these dolls on it! Awesome!!!

    badjacks @ gmail . com

  31. says

    I really like all the new Christmas dies – especially the Jumbo tree. I could make so many fun crafts with it! Thanks so much for the offer!! ~JJ

  32. says

    Hey Mandy!
    I just had my first baby a few weeks ago (a boy) and he has a quilt already but has no wall decorations. I would love to make some cute fabric wall decorations for him. It would also be fun to personalize some onesies for him.


  33. says

    I love the Star dies by Sarah Vedeler in the Designer Series. I also love all the animal dies… My son’s theme right now is jungle though I could really go for the stars with it… hmmmmmm


  34. says

    First thing I would make! I would make flower headbands using the circles. I’ve made 2-3 so far and I LOVE them! But its such a huge PAIN to cut out the circles, and they’re never perfect (or ever close sometimes).

    -dixieziebart (at) yahoo (dot) com

  35. says

    I would make matching “grandmother’s flower garden” quilts for my daughters to put on their beds. My least fav thing is cutting out all those hexagons, so this would be perfect!

  36. says

    Boy, there are just so many ideas for using this Go in my head I’ll have to pick the first one..a quilt for my husband…at last!(he’ll say) Thank-you for hosting!

  37. says

    Oooh, I’d make a big pile of pretty shapes… and then wonder what to do with them. Oooh, idea. I’d string them up on …string.. and make a pretty garland. Or… I’d make a groovy tablecloth for our new house!

  38. says

    I would start with the 5″ squares die – so practical for a gal who likes her charm packs! I really like the Feathers die too.

  39. says

    I would mainly use the GO! Baby for quilts, but would also use it for applique, pot holders, and baby accessories for my friends/loved ones with children! Yay!

  40. says

    I’d make so many quilt tops with my go baby I’d never have time to quilt any of them! Come on true number generator, please, please! make me a winner!

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