accuquilt go! baby giveaway *NOW CLOSED*

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Y’all got a small taste of the accuquilt GO!baby goodness last week, and there is much (much!) more to come! I even have wonderfully neat piles of perfect circles already cut out for my next project.

Even better, accuquilt is giving away one of these babies to one of YOU! You’ll win the machine and 3 (yep, three!) dies of your choosing.

To enter this giveaway-
1- Leave a comment- what would you make with your GO!baby fabric cutter?
2- Follow us on twitter OR like us on facebook and leave a comment saying so.

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3- Sign up for accuquilt’s free patterns (click on the box above) and leave a comment saying so.

*Open to US residents only. If you don’t leave your email, your entry will be disqualified.

This giveaway will be open until Monday night at midnight- good luck, y’all!  

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  1. Oh I can see how this would ease the process of making bias tape … or help get a head start on a postage stamp quilt .. and so much more πŸ™‚

  2. What a generous giveaway! If I won I would make a grandmother's flower quilt. The thought of hand cutting all those hexagons has stopped me.

  3. Really? no one has commented yet?! I could wear one of these puppies out….I'd love a perfect circle for once in my life!

  4. I would so so love this!! I'd make cute applique onesies and t-shirts, the strip cutter would be so handy with making quilts same with the square dies. This would be my best friend and partner with my sewing and serger machines πŸ™‚ Great giveaway. Choosing the 3 dies of your choice would be hard because they have so many cute and versatile dies.


  5. I don't know that I would actually make anything with it. I would to give it to my mom, who is an amazing quilter! I know she would love to use this for cutting out triangles.

  6. I would love to win this! I've recently become obsessed with quilting, and this machine would make my life oh-so-much easier.

    P.S. I also "like" you on Facebook (and in real life!) and have signed up for the free patters



  7. I would love to win the baby accuquilt! There are so many things I want to make with it….detailed applique quilts…hair accessories….

  8. I want a tumbling blocks quilt, but the thought of cutting all those diamonds gives me the hives! So that's what I'd make!

  9. I would definitely make something with Hexagons, a pillow, a table runner……maybe even a quilt. There are so many cute things out there I just need something to cut out the all those pieces for me πŸ™‚ Thanks for the chance!!!

  10. What a fantastic giveaway! I've had my eye on a quilt pattern with loads of repeating circles, so winning this would be AMAZING!

    Love your blog, look forward to seeing what you are up to….always amazing!

  11. What wouldn't I make! Oh I'm planning on some matching quilts for my girlies for Christmas. And there is the never ending stream of matching dresses and pjs that I am ALWAYS planning on doing. Oh GO!baby how I need thee!

  12. I'm a new follower!! I'd love to win this accuquilt go!baby! I've been wanting one for quite a while now! I'd definitely make baby quilts with it! I'll be crossing my fingers!!

  13. I would love to try and make a quilt, but I am afraid I'd mess up all the cutting. With this! There would be no problem!

  14. What wouldn't I make is the question! I am a quilter, onesie embellisher, general crafty mama who painstakingly cuts things by, gasp, hand. I would love, Love, LOVE an accuquilt!

  15. Pick me! Pick me!
    I would make an adorable onesie for my adorable one.

    p.s. you have to admit your title is pretty funny… If there is a baby attached to this giveaway I will have to pass as my hands are pretty full right now;)

    And I couldn't e-mail in about the flashcards! I couldn't figure out the mail account it wanted me to e-mail you through. :-/

  16. I would make flowers for headbands, cut fabric for ruffles, and flowers for tees. I would exhaust the possibilities!

  17. RUFFLES!!! My daughter would have so many ruffled skirts, shirts and dresses that she would be tired of them. Being able to get them cut nice and evenly would be great!

  18. I have a circle quilt I want to make so bad and this would be great to cut out the circles! I too much of a perfectionist to try it by hand!!!

  19. These look so fun! I love how easy it is to cute out simple shapes. I'd probably embellish onesies or make a hexagon place mats.

  20. (On no, I didn't leave my email with my comments! It's connected to my google profile, but just in case: maybematildaquilts(at)

  21. It would be super cool to make a tumbler quilt or skirt. I also would love to have some of their applique pieces to cut out felt and make Christmas garland, gift tags, etc. πŸ™‚ Thanks for the chance to win.

  22. I'd use it to cut out a bunch of flowers in various sizes and stack on top of each other to make pins & hair accessories. I sooo wanna win! Thanks for the giveaway!

  23. What a wonderful giveaway! I'd make lots of appliqued items, esp for Christmas, if I won. Love KoJo Designs!

  24. OMG- let's see I have ideas for appliques, embroidered gift ideas and some lovely quilts for a few newborns coming! I could really see this getting used!
    essicajmj AT yahoo Dot Com

  25. Oh My, I have a huge container of large sized scraps that need to be cut into squares, rectangles, hexagons, and strips. Thanks so much for the chance to win a GO!!
    lnjkelley (at)

  26. I can only imagine the uses I would get out of this machine! I'd be able to cut perfect shapes for quilts, which is always my least favorite part of quilting!


  27. What wouldn't I make. I am always cutting strips for various projects, I love to appilique and heck I might even make a quilt.

  28. I've entered soooo many GO!Baby Accuquilt giveaways… PLEASE PICK ME!

    I'd make blocks with the tumbler die, and the 2" die for bias tape, and the circle die maybe πŸ™‚ For my quilt-making!

    Thank you!!

  29. MOTHER OF PEARL! I have been trying to win one of these for what feels like forever! I would make quilt after quilt, and applique anything standing still. no joke.

  30. I would make appliqued clothes and art for my home of all shapes, and types! LOVE this machine!
    Andrea @

  31. Thanks for this great giveaway chance! If I won I'd use it to cut shapes for class projects for children at church and I'd make more quilts! πŸ™‚ Love your blog -always!

  32. I would make some beautiful quilts for my 4 nieces. I would love to make them each individual one that matches,but has their names on it.

  33. OH my how wonderful this would be for making bias tape and a rendition of the quilt my grandma made years ago! It had many pretty posies that I have not been successful in cutting out properly! πŸ™‚

  34. I would like it for quilting! I think it would really give me the jump start to testing the waters!

  35. I would whip out lots of pixel quilts with the 2" square die. I love making quilts with old 8-bit video game themes. I'm a geek, but totally okay with it.
    alibear167 at gmail

  36. I think I would use the accuquilt machine to make felt Christmas ornaments. Then there would be a Valentine project I'm sure. The possibilities are endless! I liked you on Facebook and left a comment there:) Thanks for the chance to win.

  37. I think I would attempt a quilt. I've always wanted to make one, but the prospect of cutting out all those squares has always been too daunting to me!

  38. Ooooo! I hope I win! I am the WORST hand cutter and can't make a nice quilt because of it. So I'd first try my hand at one of those circle quilts first.

  39. I would love to win one of these! I would use it to make baby quilts-I'm new to quilting and this would save me so much time.
    Thanks for such a great giveaway! πŸ™‚

  40. I'd love to own one of these beauties…I have a new niece who lives many states away and I've been trying to make her some goodies but you see I can't cut a straight, curved or any shape line so one of these would be the best! Thanks for the chance to win one!

  41. I would use the Go Baby to make the pieces I need for hair clips and bows. Would cut out (hahaha! Get it?) so much time.

  42. If I win, I'll make baby #2 (on the way) his very own quilt instead of taking one from the 3 year old (with his permission) to give to the baby.

    Thanks for doing the giveaway!

  43. I saw a pattern for a Butterfly quilt that I fell in love with but cutting out 200 butterflies seems like a huge undertaking! I would love to use this for that! Or anything clothing…I'm a huge sewer. Thanks for this giveaway! I'm following you on facebook and signed up for their free patterns πŸ™‚

  44. I would use it for applique. It would also help me cut the shapes for my quilts a lot faster. Thanks for the chance to win one.

  45. Awesome giveaway! I would love to use it for quilts, onesies and everything applique of my two little ones. Possibilities are endless.

  46. LOVE your blog! Awesome Giveaway. I would love to use the Accuquilt go! for quilts, onesies and everything applique for my two lil ones. πŸ™‚

  47. Lastly, I would definitely get the dies that cut strips, so I could make bias tape and the birds. Love those. Such cute applique opps!

  48. I think the best part of it besides the time saving, would be sharing it with my sewing bee friends πŸ™‚ thanks for the chance

  49. I would use this for appliques on baby clothing, and make a baby quilt for my friend. The GO! Baby is so dang cool!

  50. I have a three year old daughter, a one year old niece, and a one month old niece. I would make so many RUFFLES!!! πŸ™‚

  51. I would make 2 patchwork quilts for my little boys with a little tiny heart in the corner stitched on. My mom made one for both my sister and me, and it was one of my most cherished things. I still have it to this day.

  52. Howdy girls! If I win I'd make pillows with ruffles and pillows with yoyos….I need to make some onsies too…oh ya and a little quilt too…Thanks for the opportunity! Make it a great one!

  53. oh yes and I'm a follower on facebook. Thanks again you too are such in inspiration to us beginners:)

  54. I would probably make a Grandmother's Flower Garden quilt. It would be so much easier than tracing my great-grandma's cardboard pattern.

    I would also make lots of really cute things for my daughters and my niece.

  55. I think this cutter looks amazing! I love the idea of making super fast bias tape. And I have three girls so the fabric embellishment opportunities are endless! LOVE

  56. I have been wanting to try applique so I would make a quilt and add some applique to it. Thanks for the chance to win.

  57. I really really really want to win one of these awesome little beauties!

    I would make lots of circles for yoyos and flowers for headbands.

    Thanks for the great giveaway!

  58. I really really really want to win one of these awesome little beauties!

    I am following on twitter!
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

  59. I really really really want to win one of these awesome little beauties!

    I signed up for the newsletter and got my free patterns! I am so ready to get cutting!!

    Thanks for the great giveaway!

  60. I would make a tumbler quilt for my daughters They love this pattern. and I would be able to use a lot of their favorite fabrics from my stash.

  61. i would love to have one of these lil babies! i would use them for so many things… and if i had one right now i would go home and make some cute dish towels for my sister that lives oh so far away from me for her new home! and i would also like to make some ruffles for my little girls. and for me.

  62. Thanks for your giveaway! I don't tend to make small projects these days, but I think I would make a lot more if I could just get the Go! Baby to take care of my cutting. Thanks!

  63. thank you so much for this opportunity! since holiday crafting is on the horizon, i'd use it in all of my quilting for giving away! thanks!

  64. I would love to use this to cut stuff for some reusable fabric cards! The possibilities are endless.

  65. I know it would get used making bias tape (which I always seem to be buying), but I would love to make some bows/dresses for my daughter.

  66. I would love to applique some circles on towels, and birds on bags. This would make applique soo much easier!! πŸ™‚

  67. I think I would start with appliques for the little girl and then move onto to quilting once I've managed everything else on my to sew list!

  68. Ahh!!! I LOVE this! Where have I been…?? I've never seen one before. I am making a quilt for boy number 4 and I NEED something just like this

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