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Thank you Mail-Man… Accuquilt GO! Baby

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You didn’t realize that they sent a real Baby, did you? 

They don’t???  Guess you are right, here is the Accuquilt GO! Baby fabric cuter.

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The thee Dies I picked, and the mats to go with them.

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You can use any of the Accuquilt GO! dies that are these sizes.  If you have any questions about ordering a specific die each die description includes which Accuquilt fabric cutters you can use the die with.

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I have been having a blast trying out the GO! Baby {so has Ms. Diva, LOL}.  I love that I don’t have to worry about her cutting herself if she manages to swipe something off the table when I am not looking in her direction.

So far I have cut through four {4} layers of denim, twelve {12} layers of tulle, and eight {8} layers of cotton.  It is ‘sew’ easy to use!  Here is a flower that I made today using the Rose of Sharon die.  I will be posting a tutorial later this week.

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I wish to thank Accuquilt for providing one of their GO! Baby cutters {with three dies and mats} for me to try.  The results I have gotten, just the few times I have been able to try it this past week, have been wonderful.  ‘Sew’ quick and incredibly easy!

As an added bonus ~ Accuquilt is giving me the opportunity to give one of these fabulous GO! Baby fabric cutters {with three dies} to one of my readers.  The giveaway will open on Monday, May 16th.  So make sure to check back, and enter to win one of these for your sewing room!

Comments

  1. Hey Kimberlee- your sponosor post is up on my blog! Hope you like it! :-)

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  2. Sorry if you get this twice. It keeps saying Service Unavailable.
    I am so jealous! Have fun.

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  3. That looks like a fun new 'toy'! :) Love the shot of your cute little munchkin playing in the box - even at 8, Princess Nagger still loves to play in boxes! :)

    Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and following me - I'm following you now, too! :)

    Knee Deep and Stuck Like Glue - MMMM

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  4. AWESOME-AWESOME-AWESOME-AWESOME.... NOW CAN WE COME OVER AND PLAY? PLEASE....

    Evielynne
    congrats!!

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  5. Hi, thank you for following my blog! Now it's my turn; I'm following yours!
    Also can't wait for your giveaway! Love all of your colorful pictures of fabric; makes me want to blow the dust off of my own fabric stash!

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  6. That looks so cute!! I love the blog. new follower here =]

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  7. I have got to get one of those. It blows my mind to know what all I could do with it. Thanks for leaving the sweet comment on my blog about my FancieStrandsKids banner. Have fun with your little one and your new toy. Looks like you might get some help!

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