Friday, September 24, 2010

AccuQuilt Go Giveaway!!!! All Week Long!!!

Last week I did a review of the AccuQuilt Go! and the folks at AccuQuilt liked my review so much they said that I could give one to a lucky blog reader. Wow, thank you so much AuccuQuilt I'm blown away by your support!

I'm going to have a week long celebration. One lucky GRAND PRIZE winner will walk away with a new AccuQuilt GO! and 3 dies of their choice. But wait, I will also be drawing names to win several other prizes donated by my blog sponsors and readers like you! Over the next week I will introduce you to the other prizes and the people who donated them. Check back daily for for chances to win.

You can enter up to three times. Here is what you have to do. It's simple really.

  1. Follow my blog. Sign up is on the right hand side. Leave a comment letting me know that you follow. Note: Google Reader does not count as following the blog.  Must sign up on the right hand side.
  2. Follow Qubee Quilts Fan Page on Facebook. Sign up is on the right hand side. Leave a comment that you follow.
  3. Leave a comment saying why you want an AccuQuilt Go!
Just 3 easy steps to enter. Contest is open now and until 11:59pm CST Thursday, Sept 30th.

Please remember to leave a separate comment for each entry. Single comments with more than one way you qualified will only count as 1 entry. To maximize you chances of winning, leave three separate comments for each way you qualify.

Until next time,

868 comments:

  1. I am already a follower of you nice little blog. Have been for several weeks now.

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  2. I've also been a follower of your Facebook page for awhile, too.

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  3. I would like to be entered into the AccuQuilt Go! draw because I want to do more applique and my wrist isn't very happy cutting small things out. Thank you!

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  4. I'd LOVE to win a GO because I'm just entering the "world of quilting" and it would really inspire me to have such a neat tool to use. :o)

    arjanz at xplornet.com

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  5. I'm a follower of your blog. :o)

    arjanz at xplornet.com

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  6. I'm a follower of your Qubee Quilts Fan Page on Facebook. :o)

    arjanz at xplornet.com

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  7. I've been following your blog using Google Reader.

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  8. I would love to win a Go, so I can cut out curved and applique shapes easily. Thanks for the chance!

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  9. Some day soon I hope I am the lucky one to win an AccuQuilt Go! I am a follower of your blog!
    Lisa from Texas

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  10. Hi, me again...I work full time, am a wife and mom to twin 13 year old boys...an AccuQuilt Go would let me use my precious weekend quilting time so much more efficiently! Lisa in Texas

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  11. Ok...me again..last time...I will sign up as a fan on Facebook just as soon as it is back up...I tried this morning and still can't get on! Lisa in Texas

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  12. I do love this think - imagining the time it would save in cutting strips from fat quarters makes my little heart skip a beat (and oh, yes, I do follow the blog)

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  13. I'm a follower! dmj53(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  14. Why do I want an AccuQuilt GO? Get outa here girl! Anybody would be thrilled to have one! I'm new to quilting (even though I'm 57 years young), and standing on my feet cutting fabrics causes my back to hurt me like the devil! I have to rest for a few days before I can start sewing all those fabrics together. I've been lusting after these babies for weeks now. I have so many things I want to do with one. Can't wait to see who wins! Even if it's not me, I will be so happy for the luck person that does win. dmj53(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  15. I would love an AccuQuilt Go! because my least favorite part of the quilting process is the cutting. Don't ya think it would be wonderful if I could just have a machine to do it? I certainly think so!

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  16. I am already a follower of your blog :)

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  17. thanks for the great giveaway- i'd love to try out the accuquilt!

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  18. Go? Why? mostly because I'm lousy with a rotary cutter because of carpal tunnel. :-( I'm thinking that an Accuquilt could be just the thing to help me get my projects started more easily. Right now, just the cutting is so intimidating that I have trouble getting the ball rolling.

    On a separate note, I enjoyed your blog about keeping your machine clean. Right now I'm sewing with a featherweight and you'd be proud because I keep it clean and have realized that I'm using it enough to need an "annual checkup". Now I'm coveting a new machine that will let me take my quilting to the next level (beyond super beginner!). Any suggestions?

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  19. Oh how I would love to have one of these. I would be able to get so much more done! Time management with the 3 little ones is a key to getting things completed and being able to cut fabric quickly would help me out so much!! As it is right now, most of the cutting of fabric is done late at night once the kids are all asleep.

    Oh I so hope my name gets picked and I can GO! and play :D

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  20. I'd like a Go Cutter to save time cutting curves!

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  21. I would love to have an Accuquilt cutter because I have issues with my muscles and have a hard time using a rotary cutter. This would make life so much easier!

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  22. I'd really love an AccuQuilt Go!
    My biggest issue with quilting is cutting fabric consistently, this would solve a huge problem for me!

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  23. I am a follower. Your blog is great.

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  24. I have very little sewing time and I believe with a Go cutter I would have more time to sew instead of cutting.

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  25. I follow your FB Fanpage - yesterday's status was a bit revealing :-)

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  26. I'd love to have a Go! Cutter to handle the tricky curved cutting like in Winding Ways or the Double Wedding Ring.

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  27. I'd like to have a Go because I would love to have a more time efficient way of cutting fabric, which would give me more time to then actually complete the quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  28. I would LOVE to win the Go cutter. My cutting leaves a lot to be desired and the Go cutter could solve a least one problem in my life.

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  29. I would love to win the GO! cutter as I am addicted to applique at the moment and the cutter would make cutting the applique shapes soooo much faster and easier!

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  30. I've been following along on your blog for quite some enjoyable time now, thank you!!

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  31. Hi Again! I've been "like" a "fan" of yours on FB for longer than I can remember ... maybe since Sunday Squared? :) Thanks, Charlie!!

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  32. I'd really like a Accuquilt GO! to help me cut down on the time it takes to cut pieces for quilting...while being assured the pieces are accurately cut. Between school time with a 4yr old and a 6yr old and home time, plus keeping house and home for husband ... quilting time barely squeeze in! Thanks for the opportunity!!

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  33. I'm a fan of yours on facebook! Thanks for another chance-how easy!

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  34. I would love to win an accuquilt go because I could make quilts that I would not otherwise make because of all of the tedious cutting (aka dresden plates and double wedding ring). It is so modern and what quilters need now! Thanks again for a chance!

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  35. Not real sure how to work facebook, I clicked on like and you show up on my FB page.

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  36. I would like to win the accuquilt go cutter so I can make a dent cutting patterns for quilts in my fabric stash which my friend refers to as residing in the fabric fault in my spare room!

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  37. Why to want a GO - Just look at the Arabesque 2 or 3 dies. What would take hours to cut out, can be done in minutes. Leaving more time for quilting.

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  38. I want a Go because it is so accurate! The drunkard's path would be a snap to make.

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  39. I would love to win a Go. Thanks for hosting

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  40. I am also a follower of your blog.

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  41. I have 6 babies due this fall between family and friends and this cutter would help accomplish all those quilts real fast!

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  42. Charlie....I'm a fan and not just because you are giving away a AccuQuilt Go! Cutter. You have been very helpful to me and I love your quilts.

    As far as why I want the Go! Cutter....Why wouldn't I want it?! It would be an awesome time saving tool for me. I am backed up in "Quilt world" with gifts I need to get done so this would make life easier.

    I follow your blog, I'm a fan of yours on fb.

    I think it's great you are giving this away!

    Audra

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  43. I signed up to follow you via Feedburner. la_rubicita@yahoo.com

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  44. I am desperate for a Go!!! You can't even imagine how terrible I am at cutting fabric. It's become a joke with my best friend that she has to do all my cutting because I'm such a hot mess when it comes to cutting. Having a Go would make it possible for me to quilt much more efficiently. And my friend and I are starting to make quilts for a charity raffle to help a friend in need of a double lung transplant. Having a Go would help us tremendously! Thanks so much for hosting this contest!

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  45. I signed up to follow you, and I also liked you on FB :) I would like to have a Go! because I am currently working on charity quilts for a dear friend of mine from high school who is selling them to raise money for her double lung transplant. She has a lung disorder, which creates scar tissue in her lungs that cannot be removed or reversed. I made one quilt for her, and it has been such a success that she has now asked me if I can make her 6 quilts by Christmas! Now that, is a lot of cutting ;) Lucky for me, my dear friend has signed up to help me make even more quilts, but the Go! would definitely help us out.

    Thanks so much for hosting this contest!

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  46. Hi Charlie,
    I just followed your blog, but was already a follower on Facebook. I want a GO because in my new job as Senior Editor at Quilters Newsletter I'll get to design all sorts of quilts and a GO would make life *much* easier!

    Thanks for the great contest!

    Kelly Smith

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  47. I want an AccuQuilt Go because it is an awesome tool... and I don't want to have to enter anymore contests to win one :D

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  48. I hope I win! Thanks for the chance to win one!

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  49. I am follower, the reason why I want an Accuquilt Go is I am new to quilting and this awesome tool from what I have seen so far and the dies too.

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  50. I am a new follower...love the blog.

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  51. I am your friend on facebook and "like" you....

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  52. I never thought I wanted an Accuquilt GO - then I saw it on your blog and read the reviews...wow!!! What a neat thing to have. I would love one, sure seems like you could cut much more accurately and quickly.

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  53. I want to win a GO to give to my dear elderly friend. She make over 100 quilts for Project Linus every year for the last five years and could use a GO to cut out the fabric!

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  54. I am now a follower. Wahoo!! Can't wait to see what you post next.

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  55. The more I see of this machine, it makes me want one for cutting appliqué pieces. Rose of Sharon, Sun Bonnet Sue, Flowers, Feathers, Hearts, Stars... oh my, the possibilities are endless.

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  56. Another GO! giveaway! I am now a follower.

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  57. And now I'm following you on Facebook.

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  58. I want a GO! for two reasons. One being cutting curved quilts like Winding Ways and Double Wedding Ring. It would make cutting quilts so much easier and faster. And second, and more importantly, The GO! would also be a great tool to share with my bee ladies when we're working on charity quilts. The faster we can cut, the more quilts we can make, the more people are helped!

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  59. I am a new follower.
    I have to admit, trying to win a go, has led me to some wonderful blogs, I would have never seen.

    Debbie

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  60. A Go cutter would allow me to make more pieced quilts, since rotary quilting is hard on my hands now. I also want to make charity quilts, so this would be great to save my time and hands on cutting.

    Debbie

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  61. I just signed up to follow your blog. Thanks!

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  62. I'm also now following you on Facebook.

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  63. I really would love an Accuquilt go as I have problems with my hands are cutting fabric is difficult for me. I believe this would make my life so much easier. It is a wonderful tool.

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  64. I'd love some dies...a Go! is lots of fun

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  65. I would like a GO! because I am drowning in scraps. I know a Go! would help me dig myself out of the piles and turn them into beautiful quilts fo kids. I'm working on quilts for the victims of the recent SanBruno gas pipe explosion that destroyed 40 homes and killed 7 people and I need all of the help I can get to make the quilts quickly. Thanks for the chance to win a GO!

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  66. I'm a follower! I loved your review. :-)

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  67. I'm a follower. Oh yes I am! dmj53(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  68. I have been wanting to do more applique (have dabbled a little) but find that the cutting out intricate designs is not one of my favorite things. I'd love the GO to help with this. I'd also use it to help with my 2 1/4inch binding! Love it!

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  69. I'm a FB fan now too. :-) Its going to be fun watching what you make with the GO!

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  70. Why? I have wanted one forever; I'm a gadget girl and I love the help with accuracy in cutting and speed up the process to get to the sewing parts. :-)

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  71. Why do I want an AccuQuilt Go!??? Well, because I'm a very smart gal. I know it can save me so much time cutting out my fabrics, and it will help me prevent all those backaches I have from standing holding that acrylic ruler over those fabrics I've so carefully squared up, and I won't have to worry about the acrylic ruler slipping or holding that rotary cutter straight up and not at an angle so I'm cutting the fabric exactly right. So now...want to ask me again why I want it? Cuz I've been lusting after them ever since I first saw them on-line. Oh man! I want one and I want one bad! dmj53(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  72. Oh would I love to win a go! I love to piece and have so much stash saved for scrap quilts. This would really help in cutting for many, many charity quilts. I would put it to such good use!

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  73. I like your Facebook page too! :)

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  74. I'd love to win a Go! cutter because I never seem to be able to cut pieces accurately with a rotary cutter and I'm now pretty afraid of them because I sliced a bit of my fingertip off with one this summer!

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  75. I would love an Accuquilt GO,m who wouldn't love a tool that make applique easy, and come on, who really like cutting out shapes, trying to make them all the same...

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  76. following you on Facebook now as well!

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  77. signed up for to follow your blog , some nice quilts, and I would love to win a " Go cutter"

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  78. Hi, I would love to enter in this give-away. The tool is great!!!

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  79. & am a follower of your blog too, o going for my 2nd chance ;-)

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  80. & I certainl have found you on facebook as well (with my normal name 'susan', so YES, 2 chances now

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  81. I'm a follower through google reader. I'd love an AccuQuilt Go!

    Lauren B.

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  82. I follow your blog and what a great giveaway.

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  83. I would love to have a Go. My 14yr old granddaughter has been helping me make quilts this past year and I think she is hooked. I so wanted to keep this passion of quilting going in my family. We made some rag quilts last year and she loved giving them as gifts to her friends. She has talked about making more and the Go would be great with the rag die. I also would love to use the tumbler die.

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  84. I want an Accuquilt Go!! Please....... :0)

    Thanks so much for the opportunity!!

    My husband and I have 5 children so this would help tremendously with making each one of them a quilt. I have 1 down and yet 4 more to go. It's taking what seems like forever.

    Angie

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  85. I want an Accuquilt Go because my least favorite part of quilting is cutting fabric. I'm impatient and inaccurate. Plus, the Go introduces so many more options for me. I want the tumbler dye!

    lissie.loo@gmail.com

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  86. Alrighty Charlie, I'm a follower! On the right-hand side. swear!

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  87. I "liked" you on FB. Thanks for the gadget, that was way easy!

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  88. I'd love an Accuquilt Go - to make cool shapes without using a template...and for all those quilts I use small squares. Think of all the time I'll have to sew vs. cutting! :D

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  89. I want an Accuquilt Go! because I'm a raging addict and my hands shake when I try to cut something with curves out. Charlie? Charlie? Where'd ya go?!
    JUst kidding. About the addict part. the other part is definitely true.
    Hey Quilt Dad sent me over here. You need a "Quilt Dad is my Homebody" button for blog. Free and easy! The button, not, um...nevermind. Time for me to go...

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  90. I would love to win a Go so I can speed up the cutting process and make more quilts! Thanks for the chance!

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  91. Hi, Charlie! I am happy to follow your blog now! Looking forward to some more great posts and can't wait to see what patchwork squared is all about!

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  92. I "like" you on facebook now too!!

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  93. I would love to won an AccuQuilt go as my quilting is not nearly as precise as it should be and I think this would help me lots! I have read so many great reviews of this product and am asking for one for Christmas if I don't win one in the meantime! Thanks again for the many chances to win! and I'm supposed to say that Quilt Dad sent me!

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  94. I'm now a follower of your blog! Glad to have found you.

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  95. I want a GO! to speed up the cutting process, my least favorite part! Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  96. I want to win an AccuQuilt Go so I can make cool quilts like Qubee Quilts does!

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  97. Okay. I subscribed. Not sure why reader is not good enough! It is the best way for me to track blogs.

    Please include me. I did jump thru the hoop.

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  98. I want a GO! so that I can cut faster and have more time for actual sewing! Time is limited with a job and a 2 year old boy running around!

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  99. I've just subscribed to your blog in my google reader- yay!

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  100. I am a follower of your blog. Thank you for hosting this give away! Sharonj.

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  101. And now I "like" you on Facebook....

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  102. Would like to win to help with the cutting chores. Thumbs and wrists hurt and I think the AccuQuilt Go would help with that!

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  103. I would love to win a "GO" cutter because: my fabric would be cut acurately, it would give my poor old arm a break from the roatary cutter and I think the whole quilting process would become more enjoyable with such a time saving device!
    Thanks once more Sharonj.

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  104. Hi Charlie, I now follow your blog!

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  105. I'd love the AccuQuilt Go because it's "Quick & Neat"!

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  106. I really 'need' a Go! Cutter as cutting is the worst part of the job for me! I love sewing, hell even basting but cutting, cutting is where I make the most mistakes and am the slowest so a Go! Cutter would certainly help me lots.

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  107. I do most of my sewing and quilting while my son is at school. It would be nice to speed the cutting process up so that I have more time to play around with new quilting methods instead of doing the same old thing every time.

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  108. I found you through Quilt Dad and am now a follower!

    caribousmom (at) gmail (dot) com

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  109. Hmmmmm, why do I want one of these great tools? Well, I am a fairly new quilter (just one year old) and I love tools...and this one seems like a perfect addition to my craft room! Thanks for the giveaway!

    caribousmom (at) gmail (dot) com

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  110. I *need* an accuquilt because it would make the quilt I'm making for my hubby for his birthday way, way easier. I am literally going to have to cut thousands of 1 and 1 quarter inch squares {making an 8 bit Zelda quilt}. It would be nice to be able to cut lots of strips first.

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  111. I would love the accuquilt because it would give me the confidence to try new quilt blocks. I am a beginner and have been sticking to very easy blocks.

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  112. I'm a follower and excited to have found your blog!

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  113. I would live an accuquilt because cutting is always what I mess up!

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  114. Oh I would love to have one, because my cutting abilities leave something to be desired. I would love to improve my quilt making abilities. thanks for the chance
    lbroadstreet@tds.net

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  115. I follow your blog.
    lbroadstreet@tds.net

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  116. I am a follower! I have so many mnay quilt ideas swimming around on that little creative left corner of my brain - the GO! will certainly help get some of them out of there - ha! ( Kim )

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  117. I would love an AccuQuilt! It would help so much with the gift I'm trying to make right now!

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  118. I just signed up to follow your blog and became a follower on Facebook as well. Thank you for this chance to win a GO Cutter.

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  119. I would like an Accuquilt go! Because I'm a new entry of the quilt's world and I need something that make me faster, or I'll never see my second quilt! (My first little quilt is on my blog. if...)

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  120. I am follwoing the blog

    I would love to win a Go Cutter.I had one and it was damaged in an acccident and I haven't been able to replace it. I really loved my go and with my daughter expecting it would definitely get alot of use

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  121. Following you on Facebook page:)

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  122. I would like on e of these great machines so I can save time on ALL that cutting and bending over!!Also I love the wedding ring die:)

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  123. I keep seeing these machines on US blogs!
    I'm hoping they will be available in the UK too!!!

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  124. And, finally, I would love, love, love to win a GO! I've been drooling over one for a while now.

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  125. I am a new follower and am curious to see whats next.

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  126. quilt dad sent me...i am now a follower.

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  127. I would like a Accuquilt Go for two reasons. To make cutting quicker and easier, to be able more difficult patterns and they are just simply cool! (oh wait thats three...maybe even four reasons...)

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  128. i would love and accuquilt GO! between being a mother of two small babies and a worker of society, i just dont have enough time to cut all my projects. plus my toddler always likes to help, which is never good for the fabric.

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  129. I'm so excited! A Go! I'd love to be able to win a go! It would be great to be able to cut out quilt pieces for myself and also for my mom who would love to be able to quilt but has trouble cutting pieces due to arthritis.

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  130. Following your blog. Congrats on your latest venture!

    aggie92tamu@gmail.com

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  131. I want to win a GO! (or one of John's jelly rolls!) aggie92tamu@gmail.com

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  132. I am now a follower. Can't wait to read more!

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  133. I want an Accuquilt Go to give to my mother-in-law. I have sewn for a long time, but she taught me to quilt. She now has a lot of issues with arthritic hands, and cutting out fabric is very difficult for her. I would love to give her one of these machines so she can do more of what she loves....quilt.

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  134. Between cleaning, cooking, caring for a 3year old and doing some occasional consulting, there is little time left for quilting. A go! Would allow me to get more out of my time. With all the dies, I would try curves and circles since cutting would no longer be an issue

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