Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Go! Baby Giveaway!


Hey there friends, I'm excited to let you all know that Accuquilt is going to give away a Go! Baby fabric cutter along with three dies and a cutting mat, to one of my readers.

To enter, leave one comment on this blog post (one entry per person, please). Let me know something you'd like to make using the Go! Baby, if you win, ok? I will choose the winner on Monday, May 25 (oops, I meant July 25! The summer has gone by so fast!). Make sure I have a way to contact you; if you're a no-reply blogger, include your email address in your comment. I will email the winner

Here's a link to my zigzag mug rug tutorial, made with my Go! baby triangle die, and if you're new here, I wanted to let you know I have lots of other free tutorials as well, for quilting as well as clothing sewing projects and techniques.

Have a great day, and good luck!

192 comments:

Faith said...

I would love to win the Go Baby! There are so many quilt dies that I would love to have to cut out pieces! I really enjoy reading your blog--your posts are very inspiring to me.

Jo said...

The very first thing I would attempt would be a drunkards path quilt

susan said...

i would love to do a drunkards path but dont want to cut out all those pieces! thanks for the giveaway

rosewendy said...

I'd love to cut shapes for appliquéing onto a quilt for my 4th grandson.

Jane said...

Gosh, I hate to be like everybody else, but drunkard's path would be my choice. Thanks for the giveaway!

Lisa Marie said...

I want to make a baby quilt with appliqued birds, critters & flowers. You might guess my favorite dies for the Go baby! You mean the drawing is July 25 right? Oh how I wish it was only May so I'd have more time to get things done before the holidays!

Carmen said...

I'd be happy to try just about any project with it -- probably starting small with a cushion cover or something, but I bet it's addictive:)

SoSarahSews said...

Definitely some kind of quilt!

Barb said...

I would SO love to win a GO! I know that I would make a tumbler quilt as my first one! Then the sky would be the limit! I have so many in mind already--a Valentine's quilt using the feathers etc!

I absolutely LOVE your Zigzag mug rug and will try that too!

Thanks so much for the chance to win!

Anya said...

I'd make a tumbler quilt for me! Thanks for the chance!

Allie said...

I want, I want, I want!!! I would love to play with the go, and of course make some quilts!

Eileen said...

Don't include me. Already have a go but wanted to tell you I made three chicken potholders from your cute tutorial for my neighbor who's moving and having to give away her chickens. They turned out so adorable. Will have to post a. Picture on fb! Good luck to someone. Just love that accuquilt gives these to give away

Trish said...

I'd love to win a go baby. It would be so handy to have the little baby for the smaller dies. Thanks

krisgray said...

Would love to cut some hexie stepping stones w the GO - so much faster!

Jennadesigns said...

Tumblers for me, all the way baby! :)

Rhonda said...

I would love some drunkard path dies. thanx for the chance!

Alyssa Grace said...

I really, really want to make a circle quilt!!

Jennifer Rodriguez said...

I would love to make a quilt for mom for her post surgery!

Patti said...

I'm jumping on board for Drunkard's Path as well...but then there is that great diamond...and what about circles-would love to try that one as well...hmmm..what was the question again!
Thanks for a great giveaway.

See Spot Shop said...

If i won a Go! Baby i think I'd start with a tumbler quilt. I could make a lot of Project Linus quilts that way.

Kelsey said...

Lots and lots of quilts involving perfectly cut HSTs!

Joan said...

If I won a Go! Baby, I would make a tumbler quilt. Thank you for the opportunity.
Joan
jmoore@hawk.igs.net

Kim said...

I would love to get the flower dies to make clips to embellish my bags.

Kristy said...

Fun! Thanks!

I would love to use it to make some holiday appliques for new stockings and gifts!

Marianne said...

What a great give-away! I want to start quilting, and this would be a big help!

Tara said...

I would like to make a wall hanging for above my couch using the tumbler die. Or perhaps I could try my hand at the zig-zags! There are so many possibilities!

Orchard Cove Photography said...

I've been experimenting with applique baby clothes lately and this would certainly make things a lot easier! I have a lot of pregnant friends :)

My email is amandaherzberger@gmail.com

Suzi said...

Oh...I'd love to have squares and hexagons! I love simple designs with great fabrics. I'd probably make a new lap quilt....this time for ME!
Thanks for the great give-away!

Staci said...

I'd love love love to make drunkard's path blocks. I think this would be the perfect way to do it. Those blocks are so annoying to cut out by hand.

Janine said...

I would make a hexagon quilt. It would be so much easier! Thank you for the give away.

Catskill Quilter said...

Vicki, I think if I had a Go Baby I would use it to make applique quilts, with flowers and birds!

DianeY said...

I'd use it for a drunkard's path quilt - I have a hard enough time with straight line, I would never attempt to cut curves!

Alisa said...

I'd love to make a drunkards path quilt.

Jessica said...

I would like to try an apple core quilt.

Anonymous said...

What a great giveaway!

I would use this to make my very first quilt! I'm always so nervous about cutting fabric with my rotary cutter, a machine like this would definitely help me get going.

Cheers,
Linda
(ladyverona@gmail.com)

laurier said...

Anything quilted. I would love this machine to help out with all those quilts I dream of making in my lifetime to enjoy and share.

Sharon Pernes said...

I would use the strip cutter to make a jelly roll race quilt

Karen Linton said...

I'm pretty sure I'd make a circle quilt.

Peaceful Piecer said...

I would love to make a tumbler quilt using the go baby

Jill said...

I am dying to make a zig zag quilt and a warm cool triangle quilt if I win this. Thanks for the chance!!

Sandi P said...

So many things I would love to make that would be quicker and/or easier with the Go! I have a zig-zag quilt on my 'want to do' list, as well as a Grandmother's Flower garden and cutting strips would be wonderful with this. Thanks for the chance to win one.

RosaMaría said...

I would loive to make a circles quilt!
hope be the lucky one, thanks for the chance!

Monica said...

Thanks for doing a giveaway! I'm not sure what type of quilt I would like to make with it, but I know I'd come up with something! I like making baby quilts because they generally don't take me as long and I'd like to have a stock of them made since I'm at the age when everyone I know is having babies!

Sonia B said...

I've had my eye on several ideas. I'd love to do a circle quilt and the hexagons look fun. Thanks for the chance!

Liz said...

I think I would have to try hexagons or circles!
dancingqueenls@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Before reading your post today, I was shopping around for GO! Baby Fabric Cutter. The first thing I would make is initial and name baby blanket using the GO! Baby Fabric Cutter. I would also use it to help my mother-in-law finish the diversity is welcomed rainbow & butterflies panels she is making for her church. I hope I win; I've never won anything! - Peace, Shawn Marie Shepard-Mate (melodicmockingbirddesigns@hotmail.com)

annmarie said...

I would love to make a tumbler quilt & the GO Baby die would make it sooooo much easier - thanks for the chance to win.

tpott said...

If I won, I'd like to make an appliqued table runner, or 2. I'd like to practice before making anything bigger. Thanks for having such a generous giveaway!!! ;>

Anna F said...

Will definitely have to try out your cape tutorial; my sons are in need of some new super capes. Thank you for sharing.

I would love to make some tablerunners - apple core and tumbler to be specific. The GO! Baby would make it so much fun.

Miss Shelly said...

If I won, I'd take this baby (heh) to school and let my students go to town. Maybe we'd make a classroom baby quilt (tied, probably - natch) to donate to the children's shelter. Or something equally as cool.

Am I even allowed to enter?

Jeanne said...

There is a new wallhanging out that I would love to make so hope I win. Thanks for the chance to win

Laura said...

I have a 4-seasons tree quilt in mind, and I'll need a LOT of leaves. I'd use it for that!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

If I won the first thing I would make would be a braid quilt with the chisel die!

Lindsi said...

WOnderful Giveaway!
I would love to make new throw pillows with a zigzag pattern or applique circles!!

Lorilee said...

Oh yay...I am still home to participate. I am thinking something with zig zags..or maybe circles. Not sure which one.
Thanks for a fun giveaway!!

Apple Avenue Quilts said...

I think I would like to make an apple core quilt using 30's fabric. Thanks for the chance!

Caroline @ Artfully Caroline said...

I've wanted to make a circle applique quilt for a while ... that would make things a bit easier for sure

Elisa said...

I'd love to finally do an apple core quilt! Lovely!

erica christensen said...

I would love to try either circles or maybe a harlequin quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

Tara said...

Fun! I've always wanted to make a drunkards path but don't want to cut all those curves! This could be kismet!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

robin said...

I'd make a tumbler quilt. :) Thanks for the giveaway!

chloeandme said...

Many many quilts!!-Jackie@Pacitti.us

Grams said...

I cut out triangles for a pinwheel quilt.

vail in tn

Kathy said...

Am sew happy I found your blog:) I see I have found a like-minded sewer! Happily switching between quilting and non-quilting projects. That being said - A GO Baby would be ideal for trying some of those tricky curves I sew love - am especially captivated by the idea of a quilt featuring applique circles.

Cheers from Tasmania, Australia

Robyn said...

Um ... um ... um ... I don't know right off the top of my head. SOME KIND OF QUILT! Is that good enough for now? My email is at the top of my blog.

Tina said...

I enjoy your blog, and would love to win a Go Baby. I can think of so many things I would like to make but I did love the zig zag pattern so think I would like to try that.

Jennifer said...

What a fun opportunity! The first thing I would want to make is a fun, flowery wall hanging for each of my girls, they love to quilt with their mama!

amber said...

to make a circle quilt in a day.

Debra said...

Thanks for a chance at owning one of these babies. I would love to make a quilt for my mother!

Sue said...

It's a great day when I see a Go giveaway on a blog that I follow! I'm perpetually hopeful that Mr Random Generator (or whichever program) will put me out of my misery and select me for this totally awesome tool. I think I would first start with some applique projects that I have going on. I'm working on some framed works that would benefit from some lovely embellishments. I'm also hopeful that the Go will help push me into full fledged quilting. Thanks a bunch!

Ruth said...

Your zig zag coaster is fabulous, and I think I'd start with something similar if I had a Go Baby. Also, I'm intrigued by the strip cutter. Does it make cutting bias strips easy? I can imagine the fun I would have with the Go.

Katrin said...

I'd like to do anything with hexagons but I dread cutting them. This would be perfect!

Cille said...

I would do an appliqué quilt with hearts and the funky flowers. Thanks for the opportunity to win :)

Teje said...

Hello Vicki! Thank you for chance to win this magic machine! I would love to make diamonds, circles and hexacon triangles (who can chooce?)!
I may be no-reply so here is my add: nerospost@gmail.com

Pamela Nees said...

I'd love to do something with circles! What a great maching the Go! Baby is! Thanks for the chance!!

Denise said...

Given that cutting fabric is my least favorite part of quilting - I'd simply LOVE one of these. i'd go bankrupt buying all the dyes, lol

GLÒRIA said...

Thank you Vicki!
I'd make a tumbler quilt for me!

Jenny said...

i would definitely take the plunge and do a quilt with curves...drunkards path...or apple core...probably some variation of the d. path! im so put off by the curved sewing and cutting...with accuquilt, id be over 1/2 my anxiety!

Fiesta said...

I would love to make the Rose of Sharon quilt and a tumbler quilt. Thank you for the chance to win Vicki.

angela said...

I would love to make a quilt full of little circles! Like a fizzy soda :)

Anna.G. said...

my baby girl is almost 1 year old and is still quiltless!!! I love Tumblers!

Denise said...

I would L.O.V.E to win a go...I have some Kate Spain that would make a gorgeous tumbler block quilt, but am dreading cutting each of those tumblers out by hand. So you would be saving me! : )

Sharon said...

I'm intrigued by the tumbler die and would start by making some throw pillows.

Lorie said...
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Lorie said...

I would love to win the GO BABY! I have wanting to make a wall hanging for my dining room and this would make it so much better!

Sweetester1 said...

I love making appliques on quilts & pillows. I like the apple core and tumbler quilts also. So much fun would be had. Thanks for the giveaway

Leah said...

I would love to make a drunkard quilt. Thanks
lbroadstreet@tds.net

Julie said...

I would love to make any applique project (never done one yet as am new to quilting). I would probably start with a small throw pillow or something, but I'm sure it would quickly expand into larger projects. Thank you for the opportunity!

Jen said...

I'd try my hand out at circles... Haven't done any yet because they seem so intimidating!

moshie said...

I'd love to do a tumbler quilt, or maybe one with applique. I've always loved Sunbonnet Sue and would probably get that die if I won!

marilyn said...

I would give it to my best quilting friend Carla because she is always borrowing my Go! and then we could work twice as fast :) We make quilts for Binky Patrol and give them to kids in crisis--CPS, hospital, NICU, anywhere a kid needs a hug, so we make a lot of quilts and need to work quickly. Thanks for the chance to win! And Thanks Accuquilt!

jmniffer said...

I would use it to make something with perfect half square triangles...unless the fault lies not in the cutting but my sewing?!! Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

Tiffany said...

I've been itching to make a baby rag quilt. I'm really curiuos to see how that would work out with the Accuquilt dies!

Christy Ross said...

I think the first thing I'd make is a quilt with applique. Something I'd never have the patience to cut out on my own! What a great giveaway, thanks for the chance!

Vicki W said...

I wouldn't make anything myself because I'd love to win it to give to my Mom to use.

moira said...

I'm 7months pregnant and can't rotary cut any more so I'd use this to make a playmat quilt for my munchkin

Karen said...

I would like to make all my nieces and nephews and quilts for Christmas! but getting them all done at the same time is very unlikely with just me and my lil rotary cutter

quiltercaroline said...

Oh what would I make with a GO! - where do I start? I like the tumbler quilts that I have seen lately on blogs so that would be on the list, then maybe a hexagon quilt, a dresden plate, and many more with the squares and triangles it will make soo easy to cut. Thank you. C

cllcraft said...

Would love a GO! I've been wanting to make a tumbler quilt forever. Thanks for a great giveaway!

Stray Stitches said...

If I'm the lucky winner I would be able to make more little quilts for Loving Hands and Project Linus. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your giveaway!

Beth said...

I think I would first try some applique! Thanks for the giveaway!
yobethie(at)hotmail(dot)com

Clare said...

I've always wanted to make a hexagon quilt, but haven't got the patience to cut out all those tiny bits of fabric! If, IF, I was lucky enough to own one I'd have to have the hexagon dies.

I'll be back to look at your tutorials, especially the binding and basting ones.

Mary Anne said...

I'm in the tumbler camp...I'd love to play with solids and tumblers..what fun! Thanks to you Vicki and to AccuQuilt for hosting this giveaway. Best of luck to us all!

Anonymous said...

Oooo lovely! Seeing as I'd have no idea how to use the machine, I'd probably try out your zigzag mug mat before attempting a bigger project.

hollymarieknits09 AT gmail DOT com

Cathy said...

I would love to win one of these. I'm thinking my first quilt would be made out of tumbelrs

Michelle@Sew-Krafty said...

Oh my! I think I'd start with applique flowers...I do so love to applique bags, little girl dresses, and of course quilts!!

Kim Walus said...

Exciting! Thanks for the Giveaway! I'd love to make a tumbler quilt or a dresden quilt. There's so much you can do with a GO Baby!

819545a0-663d-11e0-88c0-000bcdcb5194 said...

I'd leap into my stash and make strips (without wavy lines!) for a strippy quilt. Thanks for the great opportunity! VermontPines@aol.com

Lotti said...

great giveaway, i'd like to make a modern christmas quilt with some appliqued snowflakes

Anonymous said...

I would love to make a tumbler quilt. I just got addicted to quilting a year ago and love reading your blog and others too. Thanks for the opportunity!


Susan
scwh14@hotmail.com

Pamela said...

A GoBaby would be a great addition to my sewing room. I am not a good cutter - since kindergarten...

Kristal said...

I would love to make an apple core quilt. I need to practice curved piecing.

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for the giveaway! I would like to make a Christmas quilt with the tumbler dies!

Ashley
ashleymjones@live.com

Kathy H said...

I would make some Quilts for Kids for the charity group here.

Sarah W said...

I would make a new baby quilt with a new go! baby.

M said...

Oh my word I would love one of these. I am envious of all the pretties made from this tool in blogland.

Thanks for the opportunity.

Anonymous said...

I'd use the drunkard's path die to play with various layouts of the block. I have a couple of examples in books I own and would love to try a number of different ones in the same fabrics. So far, I haven't had the guts to do all that curved cutting myself!

rosebeal@charter.net

Jodi said...

WOW !! What a great giveaway. I've heard from owner's of the GO! that they love their machines. I'd make my first Drunkard's Path quilt if I win. Thank you and AccuQuilt for this giveaway and a chance to win.

Tricia said...

I would make an Applecore quilt! The die would make cutting all the fabric so easy! Thanks for the chance to win!

Irina said...

hello! thanks for the opportunity to win one of this babies! If I was lucky enough, I'd like to make a quilt using parallelograms or diamonds. Hope I can show it to you !

Kate said...

I would make a tumbler quilt. I love this pattern but the cutting with a rotary cutter would take forever. I love the daisy die also. I have tried to win one of these everywhere. I really would love to win this.
craftykate1@gmail.com

Patty said...

I would love to make an Apple Core quilt, but do not want to take the time involved to cut out all the pieces. Another quilt I have on my "bucket list" is the Double Wedding Ring. Sometime.......

Lee said...

I really want to make some tumbler quilts! thanks for a great giveaway!

Jen B said...

Half square triangles! Lots of variations of HST quilts!

Kirsten said...

Wow I came to see your quilt sampler - which is beautiful and then I saw the Go! giveaway. If I won I would try my hands on the drunkards path and sew a complete triangles quilt too!

Your tutorials are great!

blue.crab said...

I would be so excited to not have to rotary cut any of my squares and HST!

deserae said...

I would love to make a rag quilt! :)

Aunt Pitty Pat's Fun said...

I would love to use the strip cutter to finish off a Halloween Quilt I am working on.
Thanks for the chance.
M

yorkie mom said...

I would LOVE to make a tumbler quilt! Oh, please Mr. Random Number Generator... Pick my number!

Mika said...

Only one thing? I want to make appliques and quilts and and and lol.

Sandra said...

I would use the Go! Baby to make quilts quicker. So many quilts to make...so little time! Thanks for the chance to win:)

Natasha said...

First thing I would make would be something, ANYTHING with circles. That way I know the circles would be circular! I am too scared to make anything right now as I cannot cut a circle.

Thanks.

hueisei said...

I would love to make a baby quilt with the tumbler die...thanks for a chance!!!!

jennifer said...

I would like to make a strip quilt. Thanks for chance :)

Lynn said...

i'd start with a small quilt and work my way up...
oh thanks for the giveaway!

Mama Joan said...

Not sure, so many choices but a quilt of some kind. Thanks for the giveaway:)

Mirja said...

I would use the hex die to work on my hexie quilt

Mommarock said...

I would like to make an I spy match game quilt with a 1/2 square triangle die.. where you cut a 4 inch square in half and spread the 1/2's throughout the quilt using cute character fabrics all different kinds.. then the grandkids someday can play match game with it.

Jodi-JoJoMia's Place said...

I would use it for lots of things, probably mostly for making hexies. I would also do an applique quilt for my granddaughter.

corina said...

I would piece together a simple background and cover it with appliqued Funky Flowers! It's my favorite die.

Mandy said...

I am in love with drunkard's path, but I don't want to cut out all those curved pieces by hand! Thanks for the chance to win a Baby Go!

Laura Beech said...

I would make some pillows for my couch using HST. I just got some cute fabric that will brighten the room.

Anonymous said...

I would like to win the Go Baby cutter. I might try to do a zig-zag quilt like you did. Maybe placemats. My email is etaylor76@gmail.com

Elaine

Alyhope232 said...

Not only is your work beautiful and inspiring, but you're hosting a giveaway?! You are amazing my friend! I would llove, love, love one of those little guys! :)

Char said...

I've always wanted to make an Apple Core quilt, so that's definitely the first thing I would make.

LiahonaGirl said...

Fingers crossed! I would probably start with hexagons.

Anonymous said...

I would love to win this give a way! I would really like to make a quilt with the tumbler shape. Something new and unique for me to try rather than the usual squares and triangle tops I tend to do.

Thanks for the opportunity!

quiltzyx said...

I'd like to make a Drunkard's Path quilt, using the Go! Baby.

Thanks for the chance to win one!

Kathy H said...

I would make some tumbler lap quilts for the quilts for kids group.

Linda Big D said...

I would love to do some heart appliques! And the Go would help me so much!

Robyn said...

I would love a Go! Baby to make a winding ways quilt.

Emma said...

What would I use a Go! for? To cut the sashing for my Civil War Love Letters and Mod Mosaic quilts that I want to do. To help me make a baby quilt for the coworker whose baby (gender unknown) is due in October...and get it done before I go out for a few weeks on a field problem in October. To make my life super easier!

covering said...

There are so many things I can think of but a bubble quilt is on the top of my list :D Thanks for the chance.
-annabelle

Allison said...

I love making pixel quilts of old video games from the 80s. The 2" square die would be so helpful in making these! I am almost finished with my Dig Dug quilt and next up is either Donkey Kong, Burger Time, or Duck Hunter.

alibear167 at gmail dot come

Terri said...

I think the stars would look cute on a small 4th of July wall hanging. Very small though, I don't have a lot of free time right now. Thanks for the chance to enter Vicki!

Anonymous said...

I would love to win the Go Baby!! I want to applique something to start. shelly sal4qtatgmaildotcom

VickiT said...

Ooh sure glad I'm playing catchup today on my emails or I'd be very mad at myself had I missed this.

I think the very first thing I'd make is a baby quilt. My 2nd grandchild is arriving around Sept 2nd and I need to make something for him. In fact, his older sister will be turning 4 yrs old on Aug 29 and I never made her a quilt when she was born because I wasn't doing quilting back then but all machine embroidery instead.

Winona said...

I have wanted to make a drunkard's path quilt, but just didn't want to cut it all out by hand. I think that would be a neat first project. Thanks for the chance.

Charlene said...

I have two new grand babies coming this year so I would definitely make baby quilts. A Go! Baby would be awesome.

Pam said...

I think I would make a hexagon quilt.

Artfulife said...

If I won I'd make some christmas quilts for my in-laws :)

Mimi said...

I would love to make a Drunkard's Path quilt - it would be a first!! Thanks for the chance!!

Becky said...

Thanks for hosting this giveaway! I'd love to have a Go Baby to use to make rag quilts. I love making them, but don't like cutting them out.

LisaT said...

I'd make something small to start with such as a mug rug (dont have one) or a table runner. Id focus on applique more than the piecing because I'd love to learn needleturn. Thanks so much!

Marcia W. said...

Thanks for the giveaway of the baby GO! I would practic cutting squares, make a simple quick quilt, then move on to cutting hexies for a gfg.

Stampmouse said...

ohhhhh so want this. I want to make a quilt with hearts on it and I just can't seem to cut them out right. this would do the trick!!!!

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

I would like to make some fun pillows for the grandkids rooms.

ElfRenee said...

I want to make some patchwork pillows!!

Sunni @Love Affair with my Brother said...

I want to make the shaggy applecore quilt from pie plate patterns. I saw it the other day in a quilt shop and fell in love!! Thanks for the giveaway!!

Amanda said...

I would love to make a grandmother's flower garden quilt! Thanks for the giveaway!

Kirsten said...

I'd love to make a dresden plate quilt.

kirsten_13@hotmail.com

Rose said...

I'd love to have it and first off would love to try the apple core!

Kara said...

The more Warm/Cool HST Quilt along quilts I see, the more I want to make one, and those HST dies would sure come in handy! THanks for the opportunity!

quiltermom2 said...

Whoo hoo! I'm excited! I hope I win! I love the circle, baby alpha, and strip cutter! I wanna make my baby on the way a circle quilt with baby on the back!
confusedthang04@yahoo.com

Sue D said...

I would like to make a baby quilt for a new grandbaby.
slrdowney at hotmail dot com

Mom C said...

I would really like to make a tumbler quilt. The ones I've seen lately are gorgeous.

ronimunoz said...

I would love to win!! thanks for the opportunity. ronimunoz(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

harleywife57 said...

Thank you for the giveaway chance ! I'd like to make a circle and / or heart quilt (s) and many other things !

Joy said...

I'd love to make a quilt with tons of circles without having to cut them all out myself. Thanks for the chance!

rockgranny said...

I would SO love to win a GO! I know that I would make a apple core quilt as my first one!

The Rogue Quilter said...

Hi Just came across your blog! I love it and now I am a follower. I love the GO!Baby there is so much I would love to make with it. I would really like to make a Halloween advent calender and I would do that with these three dies
GO! Holiday Accesories
Go!Pumpkins
Go!Birds

thank you for the chance and Love your work!!

Miriam aka The Rogue Quilter

Natasha said...

Hi thank you for a chance to win. If I had GO! using the embroideries designs that work with the GO! i would use the two together for quilts. The three dies I like are
Go! holiday accessories
Go!8 point stars
Go!snowflakes

Peggy said...

I'd give the Go Baby Go to my friend, who quilts for our group, World of Charity Stitching. We make lap quilts for seniors in a nursing home and for children in a domestic violence shelter.
Thanks,
Peggy
peggy_verdongibbs@att.net
http://keepmeinstitches-peggy.blogspot.com

Sheryl F. said...

I would use it for squares, triangles and everything. Thanks for a great giveaway. Fan4may at aol dot com

emedoodle said...

Oh A go baby! I'd make lots of things with circles all over them... I've used a circle die for the Accu quilt Studio machine... pretty awesome, wish I had one!

Frieda said...

I would love to make a tumbler quilt and I love the triangle die also. I think it would be great for cutting lots of the same shapes.

Beezus said...

If I had a Go! Baby, I would finish a table runner that I started in a fall sewing group last year. Someone teaching the class thought that cutting all the parts would go much faster than it did, and I have about three quarters of what I need as far as the applique pieces go. Did I mention that they are all roundy pieces, petals, leaves and such? NO fun to cut them all out by hand!

Anonymous said...

Hi

Thanks for a chance to win. I am not sure yet what quilt I would make, but probably something with curves as they are much harder to cut otherwise.

Agata (alwaysthinkpink at live dot ca)

R Carter said...

I think I would start a table runner or tumbler. And I'd love to make some kid friendly placemats too! Thanks for the giveaway!

Deb said...

The first thing i'd do is cut out some funky flowers or round flowers and add them to a quilt i'm working on--to cover some boo-boos where the seams are a little off. I think it would work great!

Angela said...

I've love to make a quilt with the drunkards path die. Cutting is my least favorite part so I tend to stick to straight cuts with my rotary cutter lol. Thus why I'd love to win one of these...not quite in my budget yet. Thanks for the chance :)

If Toys Could Talk said...

I would love to get my hands on one of these little guys. I'd whip up a few mug rugs and then move on to quilts, quilts and more quilts!