June 23, 2011

Accuquilt GO! Baby giveaway!

GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED. WINNER POSTED HERE.

Accuquilt is giving away a GO! Baby and 3 dies of the winner's choice to one of my followers! I have loved cutting and creating with this little machine and I know one of you will get lots of use out of it too!
To enter, you need to be a follower of my blog and leave ONE comment telling me what project you want to make first if you were to win!

But if you include this giveaway in a blog post, please post the link in a second entry.

Winner will be picked by random.org on Friday, July 1st. Good luck!

232 comments:

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Charlene S said... #

I would make a hexagon quilt somewhat like what Bonnie Hunter works on as she travels.

Sarah W said... #

Hi - I would like to make a tumbler quilt! Thanks for the giveaway!

**nicke... said... #

i would cut a million 2 inch squares and i would cut two million 2 1/2 inch strips for binding... :)

floreksa said... #

I would LOVE to have an easy way to make 2.5" strips for quick quilts and place mats!

Kathleen said... #

I would love to make a quilt out various 4" squares...
thanks for the giveaway...

Esther said... #

I already have a plan to make a quilt using 2" squares and my vintage sheet scraps. This would make life sooo much easier! Thanks for the chance to win!

Jo said... #

I would make a drunkards path right away if I won this.

Sandy said... #

I would like to make a tumbler quilt.

Harriet said... #

I would make anything with a applique and squares. I just look at one of these yesterday, I would love one.

Lena said... #

I want to make my daughter an appliqued flower garden quilt. This would make short work of cutting out all the little pieces, which is why I have not made it yet. <3

Kelly said... #

I would love to make cute shapes for appliques.

Michelle said... #

I'm a follower and I would make a quilt for my bedroom.

Tania Grim said... #

AWESOME !!!! I would make a table runner :) Im a follower :)

Lisa said... #

What a fabulous give away. I would make a table runner for summer! I'm a follower in Google and Netvibes.
Love your blog.

Jeckiva said... #

What a great giveaway. I'm new to quilting, so i would use is for precise cuts, and making appliques for the nursing pillow cover i'm hoping to creat BEFORE my little girl arrives in 3 months! :)

sydthewyd said... #

I would definitely make a quilt as well as applique everything that I could! I have lots of nieces/nephews coming!

Alisa said... #

I would make the drunkards path quilt like the one you're making. Love the many patterns that can be made with that one.

Tammy B. said... #

Oh, I have Accuquilt envy & have been drooling over this machine! I'd love to make some awesome quilts for holiday gifts as well as some applique clothing for my daughters. The possibilities are endless!

Laura said... #

What a great giveaway! I would love to make a tumbler quilt. I have always loved the way they look!

Catskill Quilter said... #

I would love to make a pieced quilt with scattered applique flowers! I am already a follower of your blog!

songsiren said... #

Oh, I have Accuquilt envy & have been drooling over this machine! I'd love to make some awesome quilts for holiday gifts as well as some applique clothing for my daughters. The possibilities are endless!

Mommamea's favorite things said... #

My daughter is just getting into crafting again and really wants to make a baby quilt. This would make it much easier to cut and not make it goofy. It would help make her feel successful.

FerretLady said... #

Thanks for the giveaway! I'd probably make a table runner first - I'm trying to get started on Christmas decor now, so I will have a lot done by the holidays

Staci said... #

I am a follower & if I were the lucky winner, I'd like to make a Drunkard's Path quilt. Thanks for a chance at this lovely toy!

Lindsay said... #

If I'm lucky enough to win, I'd like to try my hand at applique.

susan.puente said... #

I would make a quilt using Chitter Chatter...love the applique ..and the Go Baby would make it so much easier...

robin said... #

I think I'd make a lap quilt using the Tumbler die. :)

robin said... #

I just blogged about your giveaway: http://quiltyascharged.blogspot.com/2011/06/giveaway-at-our-busy-little-bunch.html

Deborah in Atlanta said... #

I'm a follower. And I would like to make either a hexie or a yo-yo quilt. I have an awesome pattern for a Christmas tree wall hanging where the Christmas tree is made with yo-yos. This would make life so much easier cutting those shapes out. Great giveaway.

Sallie said... #

I'd make some 4.5" inch squares and make a diamond in a square baby quilt. Thanks for the chance!

Sasha said... #

I'd make my first hexi quilt, there is no way i'd even try it if i cut them out by hand!

Hilachas said... #

If I were to win the AccuQuilt Go Cutter, I would first cut out hexagon shapes to make flowers for my GFG quilt top. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

Quiltin' Sandy said... #

I would LOVE a Go Baby! I would either make a drunkards path variation, or a hexagon quilt- hexies are so great as a portable project! :)

Alicia said... #

I would use the cutter to cut 5" Charm Squares to make a Tote

Pam said... #

I would make scrap quilt. I would use those dies to cut up my scraps into usable pieces.

Momyar said... #

Thanks so much for offering this prize!! I would start making the charity quilts for a Church of Christ that helps people on an Indian reservation in South Dakota.

yorkie mom said... #

I would make a baby quilt for my new grandson! Thanks for the chance. gougeonathome@charter.net

Diane N said... #

I would love to make a tumbler quilt!

SkippityDoDahQuilts said... #

I would either make some awesome hexies or a applique wallhanging!

www.skippitydodahquilts.blogspot.com

suzie said... #

I would get into my scraps and make a tumbler quilt. Your baby quilt is absolutely gorgeous. I am now a follower.

Chris said... #

I am now an official follower (although I had read your blog for a while now! :o), and I would be all over the strip cutter dies for quilts! I am currently finishing up one quilt and have another two to go...
d_vanderstoep(at)hotmail(dot)com

Linda T said... #

I think the first thing I would make is a baby quilt for my niece Lyra. She's newly adopted and needs a quilt from Aunt Linda.

Count me in!
ltenhage@gmail.com

Domestic Artisan said... #

I'd make three baby quilts for the newly arrived little girls in our life. Thanks for the chance! I'm a happy follower : )

Melissa @ Love Affair With My Brother said... #

I'm a follower and I would make my daughter a fun jumper using the Go! Daisy die cut!

CraftyLoveBug said... #

I would make my daughter and son both a quilt with the beautiful dies Accuquilt has!

Melinda said... #

I would have to go big and do a Dresden! I haven't been brave enough to try one yet!

Michell said... #

I would cut lots of squares and then i may start of from making a table runner and go on from there

Janelle said... #

I would create a baby quilt for an upcoming baby shower. Thanks so much for the chance to win.

Linda said... #

I'm a follower :)I would make some baby quilts. One for my granddaughter and two for babies who are due next month.

Margarita said... #

I would make a baby quilt for my soon to be newest granddaughter

Nancy said... #

I just became a follower of your blog and I would make a basket quilt with Alex Andersons basket die.

macca said... #

I would probably applique evrything in sight first, and then have a go at a quilt

N. Perez said... #

I'm big into up-cycling so my first project with this would probably pillowcase dresses with applique and some added pockets in the shapes of flowers for my little ones to stash their treasures in.
Thank you so much for the chance to win such an awesome tool!
naslyyadid(at)gmail(dot)com

SewCalGal said... #

I can think of oodles of projects, but I'd love to make a wall hanging using those cute GO! Birds.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

SewCalGal said... #

I've posted about your giveaway on my page where I share insights on giveaways & contests: http://sewcalgal.blogspot.com/p/giveaways.html

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

salvador.maria said... #

Wow! What a great give away! I would make a Christmas table runner.

Have a great day!

lindsay's sew trying said... #

I am dying to try a tumbler quilt!!!!

Ashley said... #

I'd make a circle quilt... too time consuming to do that all by hand but this cutter would work great. BTW its Ashley :)

Marcia Wachuta said... #

I would die cut the cute little flowers and do thread painting with my quilting machine on each little flower! Great giveaway! I am a new follower!

Sue Bone said... #

I'd like to make a tumbler scrap quilt to use up some of my scraps to make room for my new Go cutter.

chrissy said... #

I think I'd make the Go! Star Delight pattern!

Stampmouse said... #

oh I would make a quilt with hearts. they are so hard for me to cut out and this would be perfect!!!!

Janet said... #

I follow your blog. I would love to make a wedding ring quilt. I hope those dies fit the Go (when I win :))

Patty C. said... #

I would love a Go !!!!
I think I would make a tumbler quilt or 2.5" strips placemats :)

AmyJo said... #

Kids and I would make a 'Family' quilt for Noni for Christmas!!

gill said... #

I'd love to make dresden plates!!

hazelbear said... #

I would love to decorate canvas handbags.

naynay said... #

I would make a quilt using the coutouse square pattern...have been getting materials in shades of green to make this...

AnnieK said... #

I'd make my first applique quilt,probably for my grandson, because I wouldn't be so intimidated by cutting pieces! (You just can't cut everything with a rotary cutter, believe me, I've tried!)

Stray Stitches said... #

My first project would be a quilt for Project Linus. Thanks for the oopportunity to enter your giveaway.

Stray Stitches said... #

I included your giveaway in my blog today:
http://straystitches1.blogspot.com/2011/06/few-more-obligations.html

Sue SA said... #

I need a "extra hand" to cut out more strips for the quilt I am making for my MIL's 70th birthday. Great giveaway, thanks for sharing, happy quilting, Sue SA

Mommarock said... #

If I were lucky enough to win, I would make a Rose of Sharon quilt. I've looked at them all over, and dreamed of making one, but I just don't have the templates.. or a pattern. I think having the Accuquilt Go and a Rose of Sharon Die.. oh my I would be all out of excuses!

marth225 said... #

I am so wanting to make my own Boston Sampler and this little thing would be great for cutting out the pieces
http://averagequilter.blogspot.com/

tpott said... #

I'm A new follower. What beautiful children you have. Be honest, how long did it take to take the photo at the top of your blog? I can't imagine, with 4 children. The photo is perfect! I couldn't get my 1 son to pose, for a extremely long time... Whats your secret? ;>

tpott said... #

If I won, it would make the hexigon quilt I'm making much easier. Thanks for the great giveaway! ;>

krisgray said... #

Wonderful giveaway!

Guess I would start slowly for my first project and make a tablerunner or a wallhanging from some of my FQs, maybe using hexies.

Maggie said... #

I would make an appliqued tee for my baby boy's 1st birthday coming up!!! Thanks for the chance, love your blog!

krisgray said... #

Just blogged about your fabulous giveaway at http://farmgirltransplant.blogspot.com/2011/06/links-to-giveaways.html

Irina said... #

I think I'd make a baby quilt, something small to start with... it would be so good to win! although I'll make the quilt anyway LOL

Peaceful Piecer said... #

I would make a tumbler quilt....thanks for a chance to win!

Sandy said... #

I would love to make a tumbler quilt. Thanks for the opportunity to win!=)

Tania said... #

I'm new to quilting and this would be great to have so that my fabric would have precise cuts. I want to make a baby quilt for a sweet friend and also would like to make a quilt for my daughter. Thanks for an awesome giveaway.

kaety-scott (at) att (dot) net

Tania said... #

I blogged about your giveaway. You can find it here: http://taniascott.blogspot.com/2011/06/accuquilt-go-baby.html

Phyllis said... #

I am a follower. I would make a hexagon quilt. It has been on my wish list. Thank you for the opportunity.

Katie said... #

I would love to make a hexagon quilt! Thanks for the chance!

Natasha said... #

First project would either be something with hexagons or something with circles.

Katrina said... #

I am now a foloower of your blog! I would love to have the small rag die, the small drunkard's path die and the birds die - there is just so much that you could do with these!

Katrina said... #

I blogged about your give-away at http://sunshowerquilts.blogspot.com/2011/06/go-baby-give-away.html

Aleisha said... #

Thanks for the great giveaway! I am a new follower and I would make a quilt using the apple core die.

Brenda said... #

I am a new follower. I would make a tumbler quilt if I win for my son's dorm room.

Jessica said... #

Thanks for a chance to win! I've been following for a while :) The first thing I would make is a hexie quilt... I've had so much trouble cutting them out and I would love to just be able to cut them out with the Go!

Lisa Marie said... #

I would love to piece a scrappy baby quilt in bright colors and then put applique on the border by cutting pieces with the Go Baby. I especially love the Critters dies and several of the flowers.

christy said... #

i follow on gfc and would make a quilt for my new niece/nephew that will be born next month.
yanuzo at hotmail dot com

Kathy said... #

The first project I would make with my Go! would be a baby quilt. I like applique, but don't like to do all the cutting. OH I SO WANT TO WIN! I have been drooling and pricing and checking for a Accuquilt. Thanks for the chance to win one. Sunshower Quilts sent me!

Deb said... #

The first thing I'd make would be a circle quilt - I saw a quilt yesterday that I loved, but cutting out all of the circles by hand would have made me insane!

Ellie said... #

I would live to win one. I've got a couple quilts in mind that it would be perfect for.

Brenda said... #

I'd make a scrappy triangle quilt, or a tumbler quilt, or a drunkard's path. thanks for the chance to win.

arlette said... #

I'd love to have a Baby like this one... I'm really in need for one of them :P, well "if" I win I'd love to make a rail fence big quilt, it's already in my agenda, so I just need this cute GO and start with the fun!!!!, thank you so much for the chance!!!. I'm already your follower!!!, yay for you :)

arlette said... #

The info about this amazing giveaway is now in the sidebar of my blog (left side of it), now I'll have my fingers and toes crossed, I'd love to own this useful and fantastic GO!!!!!

3girls said... #

I would love to win won. So many projects to do!!

LisaT said... #

I am following and I havent a clue what project Id make first. I mean, Ive seen blogs and things with tutorials and patterns so I think I might investigate those avenues before diving in. Thanks so much!

LisaT said... #

I am blogging about your giveaway here: http://ilovescruffydog.blogspot.com/p/giveaway-galore.html Thanks so much!

Gene Black said... #

I would love to get a cute die to make something adorable for my new great niece.

Me and My Stitches said... #

I really want a Baby Go! My first project would definitely be a hexie quilt!

Stormy Days said... #

I would like to make that wall hanging they have on their site, the one with all of the flowers. Beautiful.

Suzanne said... #

I think I'd make a wall hanging with applique or maybe a rag quilt - that looked fantastic!

Faith said... #

Awesome giveaway! I would make a HST quilt!

Thanks for the chance. :)

freshlemonsquilts at gmail.com

Deborah Arvin said... #

Thanks for the chance to get an Accuquilt Baby Go I have 4 grandbabies so I make the flower garden for the oldest girl and tumlers or pinwheels foe the 2 boys and a rag quilt for the youngest girl, if they have that one for the Baby Go.

Ariane said... #

I would love to make some of those rag quilts. It would be so much fun.
Thanks for the chance to win.

Heather Chaulk said... #

Oh my I wouldn't stop at one project, I make quilts for donation and cutting is the hardest job!! The first quilt I would make if I won this would be a Sarahs Choice quilt...it is already in the planning so just need some help cutting :) thank you! Next one would be apple core and then tumblers blocks....the first quilt is lotted to the church outreach youth group, the second a family of 11 burned out of their home and the 3rd would be to the building of the first Ronald McDonald House in NL that cares for Newfoundland and Labrador, and St Pierre Miquelon
Thank you Heather Chaulk
Quilt of Many Angels

Quiltjane said... #

My first project would be an Apple Core quilt. I have always wanted to make one but was put off by the amount of curved cutting I would have to do. Thanks for the giveaway.

Ariane said... #

I have blogged about your giveaway.

http://arianescrafts.blogspot.com/2011/06/subscribe-to-accuquilts-newsletter-and.html

LiahonaGirl said... #

I'm now officially a follower, although I also have your blog in Google Reader. I would probably make a tumbler block quilt first.

Emilie said... #

I'd love to try some applique if I won this! What a fantastic giveaway!

corina said... #

I'm a new follower. I would make a funky flower appliqued quilt, something really bright and summery!

Colleen G said... #

I admit to being a new follower directed by the excitement over the Baby Go. I really want to use up my scraps to make a tumbler or thimble-style quilt.

Marcia W. said... #

My comment disappeared! If I am so fortunate as to win, I will cut the remaining hexies that I need for my grandmother's flower garden quilt ... plus lots of squares for nine patches. The dies I would like are the value pack, circles, and hexagons. Thanks!

jcparrish said... #

I'm a new follower and I would make my first grandchild a quilt of their own!

Mimi said... #

I am a new follower! Yay! If I win and it would be awesome on Canada Day, I would make a quilt with the Drunkards Path dies! Thanks for the chance!!

AMKreations said... #

I'm a new follower and I would love to make a pumpkin table runner...autumn is my favorite season. They need to make a variety leaf die! =)

Shari said... #

oh I would maybe think to start on my very well second quilt ;) This makes it look way easier ;)

AMKreations said... #

I blogged about your giveaway!
http://amkreations.blogspot.com/2011/06/baby-go-giveaway.html

Char said... #

I'm also a new follower - LOVE your blog. I would make my new granddaughter an applique quilt and then move on to some charity quilts. I love applique and this would make it SO much easier :)
Char

Snoodles said... #

I'm already a happy follower! I would love to use the apple core die and make some charity quilts from scraps! Thanks for the chance to win!
Jacque in SC
quiltnsrep(at)yahoo(dot)com

Kira said... #

I want to make something akin to Flutterby by Crazy Old Ladies.

Slovenka said... #

I would make a small wall hanging with flowers.

Mom C said... #

I really like the tumbler quilts I've been seeing on several blogs. I would try one of those.

Quilts And Pieces said... #

Oh if I would win I've been wanting to make a really scrappy quilt called everything but the kitchen sink. Not sure if there are multiple patterns of this, but this one is all blocks of 4 patches, one patch, HST's, etc just put together. I'm following via Google Reader.

Quilting_Chris said... #

Oh, so many options, but it would be Drunkards Path for me.

Carla said... #

I would love to make a Tumbler Quilt! Thanks for a chance to win! :)

Sue said... #

I already a follower through Google Connect. I'm thinking I would start with the Fall Medley and applique some towels for Thanksgiving. Thanks for hosting such a great giveaway!

Patty D from NC said... #

I follow. I want to do more appliqué so would likely make some pillows.

Julie said... #

I want to do an applique quilt and this would come in very handy for that. Thanks

Julie said... #

I "Liked" you on FB. Thanks

Quilter in the Gap said... #

I would make a quilt with those adorable birds. I am suddenly finding myself loving birds and owls.

Quilter in the Gap said... #

I added your giveaway to my blog http://gapquilter.blogspot.com/p/giveaways.html

bertiequilts said... #

I just joined as a follower to your blog and I would make a hexagon Grandmother's Flower Garden.

Connie said... #

I would make a Rose of Sharon quilt, great giveaway, thanks!

Connie said... #

I blogged about your great giveaway.

http://conniekresin.blogspot.com/2011/06/go-baby-giveaways.html

D-House said... #

I would love to applique those little birds onto a little quilt :) So sweet. Thanks for the giveaway!!

Jodi-JoJoMia's Place said... #

I am a new follower and I would use it to cut more hexagons for my hexie quilt that will be in progress for a long time!

Colleen said... #

I would maybe applique some onesies for several coworkers that are expecting. Thanks for the giveaway!!

JCnNC said... #

I would just start cutting shapes and sizes and triangles and strips and see where it takes me. I would love to be a follower, but there are no link up on your side bar. I think E Blogger has taken them off everyone's blogs again. Please advise what you would like me to do. Judy C wants to play with this awesome opportunity.

teachpany said... #

I LOVE Accuquilt, and am glad to hear you are doing a give-away. I just used the Blazing Star die to make a quilt top, and really want to do a Double Wedding Ring and the smaller and large drunkard's path. I think that orange/yellow and white quilt is stunning. I love the birds, too. And....
Thanks.
Maryellen
marymackmademine@gmail.com

Joy said... #

I would love to make a drunkard's path quilt. Thanks for the chance!

haddie said... #

Wow this would be a great treat to win... I would like to make a tumbler quilt and possibly a double wedding ring quilt. Then maybe after I get done with them an Applique of a lovely garden! thanks for the chance to win.. H

Stitchin' time said... #

I'd make a hexagon quilt. Thanks for offering the giveaway.
Cheers,
Robyn

Penny said... #

I'll make table runners!...fast and quick project...instant gratifications!!!
Thanks :)

Penny said... #

I'm a follower :)

Debra said... #

I think the first thing I would make would be jellyrolls. Thanks for teh chance!

Debra said... #

I blogged about your giveaway here: http://itsmelealee.blogspot.com/p/giveaways.html

Susan said... #

My first project would be a tumbler quilt with fabrics from my scrap basket! Thanks for the chance to win!

DphieBeatle said... #

Love to make pillowcase dresses for my daughter...and use the fun shapes to put on them!! :)

Linda said... #

I THINK I would make a Christmas table runner. I love the new Christmas dies!

kayorser said... #

I would make postage stamp quilt and revel in the fact that my corners FINALLY match up haha.

Jeanne said... #

I follow your blog

http://jeannegwin.blogspot.com

Jeanne said... #

I would make a wall quilt for my studio out of flowers and birds. I sure would love to win.
xxxx = everything crossed :)

Winona said... #

I am a new follower, at least I hope I am. Having some trouble with blogger tonight. I would love to make a Drunkard's Path quilt. I think they are so pretty.

Grace said... #

I'm a new follower :) If I win (Oh how I hope I win...) I think I would make a sunbonnet sue wall hanging or an autumn runner :)

Sue said... #

It would definitely be hexagons, I've been thinking about doing one of those for a while. Thanks for the chance to win one!

Debbie said... #

I've been planning a circles on squares quilt and the Accuquilt sure would help! Thanks for counting me in.

Mhairi said... #

I so want to get an Accuquilt so I can make a hexagon quilt out of clothes that my children have grown out of. I want a memory quilt for their beds that means more than just fabric bought at a shop.

felicity said... #

Thanks for the giveaway! I'd make a project with the 3½" drunkard's path die!

Seams Sew Together said... #

I'm a follower, I'd love the Rose of Sharon Die. crossing my fingers.

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Marilyn in San Antonio, TX said... #

I want to cut all the scraps I've been saving for years into 2" squares and make a memory quilt.

Smeeker082 said... #

So glad I found your blog, so fun! I have a baby on the way so I want to make a baby quilt. I really want to make a circles and a go! would make it super easy!

Marilyn in San Antonio, TX said... #

Your Blog is very nice. I just became a follower. Your children are such jewels...I had three boys and one girl....aren't we the lucky ones...!!!!

Martina said... #

I woud lov to make a quilt with dresden plates! Thanks for the chance to win a Go!

BellsandUnicorns said... #

I started making baby quilts for my family members when my 2nd niece was born. So, my 1st niece is the only little one in our family who doesn't have a quilt of her own! She's starting kindergarten in the fall, and I'd like to make her a big girl quilt!

Sally
bellsandunicorns@gmail.com

LethargicLass said... #

I would like to make appliques for baby bibs :)

Katie said... #

I would make a quilt using hexagons. I hate cutting them out with scissors!

Becky said... #

I would love to make a quilt with the small tumble die. I'd like to make it like a charm quilt trying to use many different fabrics. Have a wonderful evening.

Jen B said... #

It would be a lot of fun to experiment with Drunkard's Path!

Debbie said... #

I keep seeing the tumbler block. I would like to try that

Ms M said... #

I'd use the hexies to make an updated granmother's flower garden quilt...or maybe I'd use the sunbonnet sue die to make a quilt...hmm...decision....decisions!

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Regina said... #

I would make a quilt with circles. There's no way I'm cutting circles with scissors.

Lee said... #

i am a new follower! I would make a sunflower dresden plate quilt for my daughter! thank you!
butler83ataoldotcom

Vesuviusmama said... #

I am a follower ( and previous winner of some children's aprons that my kids LOVE!) and I would love to make an Apple Core quilt.

BillieBee (billiemick) said... #

I'm a follower and would love to make a pillow from the Go Birds.

Mindy said... #

I am a new follower, and the first thing I would make, should I win, would be a mini quilt wall hanging.

Alicia said... #

I think it would be fun to make a hexagon quilt, also I would love to play around with some of the fun shapes for applique!

Jane said... #

I've become a follower. Always nice to find a fun blog! I think I'd like to try the drunkard's path quilt pattern, if I were to win. Thanks!

Allison said... #

I LOVE making quilts from old school video games (8-bit pixels). I usually have to cut a ridiculous amount of squares for this so the 2" square cutter would be a life saver! I just finished a Dig Dug quilt and next up is either a Duck Hunter or BurgerTime quilt. I'm such a nerd! :)

Kelsey said... #

I'd finish cutting the hexies for my Christmas table runner I started last year. :)

Johnnie said... #

This giveaway is so exciting! I know exactly what my first project will be...baby rag quilt...then several more to follow! Several good friends having babies. I have the fabric ready to be cut...;0) Thanks & Blessings, Johnnie

Mary on Lake Pulaski said... #

I follow your blog and my first project if I were to win would be an apple core quilt for my Mom!

Cleo Fitzgerald said... #

I would have to do the Star Delight By Alex Anderson ... just discovered half squares - so this quilt would be perfect for for my new love!!

cleo (AT) techgear.co.za

Karen S said... #

I would make a circle quilt. No cutting circles by hand for me. Karen S

MoeWest said... #

Thanks for the great giveaway! I would make a Rob Peter to Pay Paul quilt.

Langley quilter said... #

I have bookmarked your blog as one of my favorites and enjoy reading it. Would love to win the cutter as I have always wanted to make an apple core quilt.
Sylvia

Beeshebags said... #

I'm a follower, and have liked you on FB....if I were lucky enough to win, I think I'd be cutting up 2 & 1/2" strips to make some placemats....and/or 5" squares and maybe make a quilt out of them. Hugs Naomi

Beeshebags said... #

I've linked to the giveaway on my blog using the create a link option under where you leave a comment! Hugs Naomi

Amy said... #

I would love to make a postage stamp quilt with 2 1/2 inch squares...so much easier with this!
I am a new follower!

Tanja said... #

Hi! If I'm winning the Accuquilt Baby Go I'd cut a lot of hexagons to start another hand sewing project! I hope it is okay to enter this giveaway because I'm living in Germany! I'm a new follower and look forward to read your blog.
Tanja

Sue D said... #

Since I am a beginner I would start off simple with embellishing t shirts and then make doll quilts and baby quilts.
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Cre said... #

This giveaway is so exciting! My first project will be baby quilt with the teddy bears.

Yvonne said... #

I became a follower and I would make the Ocean Wave. So lovely quilt.

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