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Thursday, July 21, 2011

Baby Go! giveaway



I know I promised it last week but I have been having a really hard time coming up with the giveaway for the Baby Go! There are so many options but then I got to thinking that the whole point of AccuQuilt is to make life for us quilters easier, not more complicated.
I really wish I had more of these to giveaway because I know so many who they could help but I only have the one, plus three dies.You can read my review of the Baby Go! here.

So here's how it's going to work. You have three chances to win.

Chance #1
Leave me a comment telling me how you think the Baby Go! will make things easier for you. That's it.

Chance #2
Use social media to spread the word about the giveaway. That's facebook, twitter, blogs, google+ etc
Leave me a comment with the link, and if it's on twitter make sure to include @caraquilts #gogiveaway in the tweet.

Chance #3
Like my new facebook page.

That's it. Three chances. The first one requires nothing but a comment, the extra two are a bit of work for you. I will draw on August 7th.
I'd love for you to follow/connect with me on various social media sites but I'm not going to force it. If you want to I'd love it, you can get all the link on the top left sidebar of the blog.

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There is also this giveaway going on on Facebook from AccuQuilt too!

Bust My Stash Photo Challenge
Have you stared at your fabric stash and wished that you had the time and energy to cut up your fabric for future projects?  AccuQuilt has the answer!  Click on the following link to participate: http://on.fb.me/qtyUoq or go to AccuQuilt’s Facebook page and click “Like”.  Then go to the ‘Bust My Stash’ tab under their profile picture and upload a picture of your fabric stash.  Submit your photo by Friday, July 22nd and you’ll be eligible to win a GO! Mix & Match 12” Starter Set.  The photo with the most votes by July 31st wins!  Photos will be voted on by viewers and fans of the AccuQuilt Facebook page using the following criteria: relevance, creativity, and originality.  Share with your friends during the voting period to increase your odds of winning!
Good Luck!


It's been so hot here I haven't been able to spend much time in my sewing room, which turns out to be the warmest in the house, but as soon as the heat wave breaks I'll get the tutorial put together for you using the dies I got with my Baby.

343 comments:

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Lori said...

First I love following your blog. I think the Baby go would just make those odd shapes and appliqués something I would consider.Hexagons are much cuter if they aren't a pain to cut!

Toni said...

Hey there, Baby go will make my life easier because I am a really bad cutter lol

Toni said...

I have like your facebook page

stephmabry said...

Baby Go will make my life easier because it will allow me to put my husband to work - what guy doesn't like something that's kind of like a power tool!? - and leave me to the part of quilting - the quilting! - that's a bit more work! :)

stephmabry said...

Just tweeted about the giveaway - @stephmabry

stephmabry said...

I like you on Facebook, too! Good luck everyone!

stacy said...

OOOh, what an awesome tool - I think it would be perfect for making appliques - perfect ones!

Stacy said...

I tweeted (@stacysews)!

Kira said...

I am sure it would make my cutting more accurate. Then my stitching would be too.

Ana Earl said...

Baby Go would be awesome to win! It would free up some time to spend on the water fishing!

fishinstitchin Ana

gill said...

It looks as though this would save so much time! and more accurate too???

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Linda said...

I love your blog. I have tons of scraps that need managing.I think a Baby Go could be my new BQFF (best quilting friend forever)!

Linda said...

I tweeted about your giveaway!

LadyC said...

I am new to Cara Quilts and I really like it. The Baby-Go would be a great help as I have a plate and screws in my right wrist and using a rotary cutter or scissors really takes a toll on it. I realize it won't cut everything but with all those wonderful little shapes we cut, it would be wonderful!!!!

Karen Linton said...

I LIKEd your Facebook page.

Karen Linton said...

A GoBaby would make it easy for me to make a tumbler quilt, plus I could kill my stash...to make room for more!

Jessica Manuel said...

The GO Baby would save me lots of time because I tend to stick to paper piecing to avoid having to cut things accurately!

Karen Linton said...

I tweeted about your giveaway! @savinggrc

Ashley G. said...

The Baby Go would help me make cute little cut-outs for applique, something I have been too busy/scared to try. I also think it would make my quilting a little more accurate because I wonder if I always cut exactly the same size pieces-

Ashley G. said...

I just tweeted about your giveaway!

Lizzerd said...

oh, a Go! would so help my arthritic hands to avoid scissors!

Ashley G. said...

I like your new page on FB too (Ashley Herrmann-Golden, the one with my 3 cute kiddos as my profile pic)

Lizzerd said...

I also posted a link on my FB page:
http://www.facebook.com/Lizzerd92

Lisa Marie said...

I want to make a baby quilt with super cute applique. And to be able to do it in a reasonable amount of time. I would love to have a Go Baby to cut out birds, flowers, dragonfies, etc. I know there are dies for that. So I wouldn't have to fret over getting the pieces cut out just right because they would all be perfect.

Moneik said...

I would love the baby go to use up the stash I've acquired. I think it would be very helpful to make quick quilts.

Moneik said...

I like your facebook page.

Anya said...

It will make it easy to use up scraps! thanks for the chance!

Shannon said...

I have to agree with others...my scraps would get used more efficiently. Plus, I would be able to cut out and applique shapes onto quilts, curtains, table runners, etc. that I have wanted to do, but haven't because I don't want to draw it myself (I'm not a good artist!)! Thank you for the giveaway!!! :)

Laura said...

I have no idea if the Go! will make my life easier. I have a feeling I would end up with more pieces in piles waiting to be sewn together.

Laura said...

I liked you on FB (already).

Laura said...

I tweeted the giveaway (@ljrieben)

Emily B said...

I would love to do some onesies with appliques for my daughter, and to finally make a quilt for her, but I stink at cutting. Symmetry? What's that?! lol. This would be fabulous!
ebickell at hotmail dot com

Emily B said...

I tweeted :)
http://twitter.com/#!/emilyisland/status/94159777004912641
ebickell at hotmail dot com

quiltmom said...

I think that a go would be fun to own because it would give me some different shapes that I find it challenging to cut. It also might be a time saver.
Thanks for the chance to win such a nice prize.
Warmest regards,
Anna

quiltmom said...

I also have liked your facebook page.
I have you on my blog list too.
Regards,
Anna

Paula said...

First off, I love your blog even though I am just a stalker. LOL! A Baby GO! would make bindings easier, cutting out tumblers and hexagons so much easier. Thanks for the give away!
Paula

Paula said...

I posted on my facebook page about your giveaway. (Paula Ackern Stuplich)
Paula

Tiffany @ Another Pie In The Sky said...

This would help me be a bit more adventurous with shapes. As it is now I'm afraid to try anything new bc I don't want to mess up the fabric if I cut it wrong. This would be perfect to have!

Shannon said...

Liked you on FB! :)

Paula said...

I also "liked " you on your Facebook page. Interesting wall you have.
Paula

Tiffany @ Another Pie In The Sky said...

I just tweeted about your giveaway!! @anthrpienthesky

Tiffany @ Another Pie In The Sky said...

I've already befriended you on Facebook (Tiffany Lee)

Mimi said...

I like your FB page!

Mimi said...

I would love the Baby Go! because it would speed up the cutting process and give me accurate pieces, making my quilts come together perfectly! Thanks!

Mimi said...

I tweeted this awesome giveaway @mimistarquilter

Sharon said...

A Go Baby will make my life easier as I have a wrist injury so it can become quite painfull when cutting fabric so if the Go Baby does what it says we (the Go Bany and I) would be a "match made in heaven" :o) Fingers and toes are crossed!!!

THank you for this opportunity

Sandie ~call me crazy said...

I'm sure the baby GO would make my life easier as I have tons of scraps that I could cut into useable pieces~ without cutting myself. lol Thanks for the chance!

KristyLou said...

I think it will help me to be more accurate i my cutting. Thanks so much!!

Carol said...

I would like a GO Baby because it would be great for taking with me traveling like camping. It's a great size. Also, I like the quickness of cutting out shapes like hexagons.

Nancy said...

My granddaughter has expressed interest in quilting but at age 9 I can't really trust her with a rotary cutter. I would love to have a GO so she can feel accomplished with her sewing and feel she is doing all of it herself...

Thanks for a chance..

Nancy said...

I wasn't aware you were on FB, but now I LIKE you...

Karen said...

I don't do templates! That's why I would love a Baby Go.

Paul said...

How would a Baby Go! make life easier?? How wouldn't it!?

Seriously, though, Hexigons, circles, hearts, etc. ALL would be much easier to cut with a Go Baby!

Thanks for the Giveaway Opportunity...

Paul
www.OutnumberedQuilter.com

Jeanne said...

Since I hate cutting fabric I am hoping this will help me speed through the process. I think it will be great as a stash buster cutter. Thanks for the chance. Trying to win it for my sister, she wants one so bad.

Jeanne said...

I tweeted your giveaway. Actually it was a retweet. :0)

Jeanne said...

I like your facebook page very much

Jeanne said...

I facebook posted your giveaway.

Kim said...

It would just be easier for me to create quilts with curved edges and cutting out applique pieces.

Patty D from NC said...

To cut a perfect block every time would make my life and scrap pile a happy place.

annmarie said...

I make alot of charity quilts so using the Baby GO to cut the rectasngles, squares & strips would allow me to make more! Thanks for the chance to win one.

Cecilia said...

It would make it easier to cut one block shapes for when my weekly sit and sew group make charity quilts. We do this every 3rd Thursday of the month. Having the Baby Go! would help us make more quilts faster. Thanks for the chance to win one.

Karen Wilson said...

I have a few quilt designs in my head that involve circles and hexagons and things like that. I love my rotary cutting but you just can't do it with non-square shapes so easily ;)

Cecilia said...

I liked your page on fb. :)

Paul said...

I "Like" your FB Page...

Thanks again for the Opportunity to win!

Paul
www.OutnumberedQuilter.com

Paul said...

I shared it on FB...

Thanks Again for the opportunity to win.

Paul
www.OutnumberedQuilter.com

SewCalGal said...

I have a very small sewing room and also go to a lot of sew-cials and trips. I would love to have a GO! Baby because of the itty bitty baby size and the power and accuracy that it offers to help cut fabric.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

SewCalGal said...

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

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

SewCalGal said...

I like your page on Facebook!

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Marj said...

I think that the Baby Go! would make my life easier by cutting out all the odd quilting shapes fast. Thanks for a chance to win one.

Jodi said...

I think the Baby GO! would make my life easier by being able to cut accurate when cutting several pieces of the same shape. Thank you and AccuQuilt for the giveaway and a chance to win.

Jodi said...

I LIKEd your facebook page.
(Jodi G.- usairdoll)

Jodi said...

I tweeted and retweeted about the giveaway.
(@usairdoll)

Patti said...

I have never made anything with circle or diamond and would love the opportunity to try them. Also applique!...never done it.

Patti said...

I liked you on FB. Thanks for the giveaway.

Melissa said...

I enjoy reading your blog:) A Go! would make it much easier to cut out multiples of like items quickly and accurately. Patience is not a strong point for me and this would make the cutting process go much more quickly and smoothly. Thanks for the chance to win.

Melissa said...

I just "liked" your FB page and look forward to looking around there some more:)

robin said...

Well, I think it will be a lot faster to cut stuff out with the Go instead of by hand. :)

robin said...

I like you on FB.

robin said...

Tweeted! http://twitter.com/#!/birdie00000/status/94292617428348928

robin said...

I blogged about your giveaway: http://quiltyascharged.blogspot.com/2011/07/giveaway-at-cara-quilts.html

Teresa Felgueiras said...

That machine would make my life really easier, I love hexies and applique so it would be a great help for me.

Sunnybec said...

It would make my life easier because after cutting a lot of pieces my wrists start to hurt. I want to have ago at hexagons but just cant face all that cutting. Linda

Sunnybec said...

It would make my life easier because after cutting a lot of pieces my wrists start to hurt. I want to have ago at hexagons but just cant face all that cutting. Linda

Sasha said...

For me it would make quilting just plain safer. I'm a danger to myself with a rotary cutter. I'm also lazy, so anything to speed up the boring part is welcome.

Quiltin' Sandy said...

Having a Baby Go! would be so good! Less time cutting and more time to sew- sounds good to me!!! :)

Quiltin' Sandy said...

I kike you on Facebook, and left a comment. :)

deserae said...

A Baby Go would make things go together so much faster!

deserae said...

I like your new FB page!

Pam said...

A GO! Baby would remove the element of errors while cutting. I think this is a tool that would make my quilts go to better much easier.

Thanks for the chance to win!!

Pam said...

I just liked your FB page!!

Kasey said...

I have a go- I don't want to win one for me- I want to win one for my lovely mom. She's recently retired, and I've been teaching her to quilt, but she has carpal tunnel and bursitis and all those other aches and pains that interfere with fun, so if I were to win one, I would give it to her.
Thanks, Cara, for hosting this giveaway!

Kate said...

I think the GO would make it easier to cut odd shapes. I use a lot of triangles-in-rectangles and it would be a lot easier to plop those into the machine than cut by rotary, even with templates. I might even start doing applique if I won this! ;)

Patty C. said...

I am new to quilting & I need all the help I can get - lol
I think a baby go would make cutting quilt pieces more uniform and definitely would make the task faster - I love Hexagons and they take a lot of time to prepare - the go would definitely be helpful !!

thanks for the opportunity ;)

yorkie mom said...

A BABY GO! would let me make more quilts faster!!! gougeonathome@charter.net

Kim said...

Cara,
I think the baby Go will make it easier to cut intricate shapes for quilts and appliques! I'm going to 'Like' you on FB right now!

awyoung said...

A Baby Go! would help me bunches! I have RA and sometimes even using the rotary cutter seems like a chore. Plus, I'm fairly new to quilting too and this newbie could use all the help I can get! Thanks for the chance at this giveaway! Amy

Sara said...

It would get my cutting time down quite a bit and my pieces would be precise;)

Sara said...

Like you on Facebook Cara:)

Stray Stitches said...

A GO! Baby cutter would make cutting out applique pieces sooooo much easier. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your giveaway!

Sara said...

Tweeted it @sewmanyideas.

Tracy said...

I'm so new to quilting it certainly would help with getting things to line up!!
Thanks for the great giveaway!

Kristen said...

Having a real life baby cuts into my sewing time! A go baby would take all that cutting time away and I could get so much more done!

Kristen said...

I tweeted about your giveaway on @kdquilts

Kristen said...

I also like your new facebook page! Thanks for all you do!

Jodi-JoJoMia's Place said...

I like your new facebook page. Welcome. I enjoy your blog so fb will be a good addition.

Jodi-JoJoMia's Place said...

The Accuquilt will make my life easier because I love making hexies and it would be so nice to have them cut for me! Thanks for the chance to win.

Mommarock said...

I've always wanted to make a Rose of Sharon quilt, so every time I try for a chance to win a Go baby, that is the Die I am thinking of. Cutting out those shapes would be so fast and easy with the Go Baby, nothing would stop me from making my Rose of Sharon quilt.

Mommarock said...

I liked you on Facebook

Brenda said...

I have liked you on Facebook.

Brenda said...

Winning a Go would make things simpler by saving me time on cutting fabric. It would free me up to do more actual sewing.

Susan said...

This would definitely help me with accuracy! I love your blog!

Domac said...

I love applique - so the Baby Go dies are perfect for applique - especially the Rose of Sharon, Funky Flowers, Birds, and Stems and Leaves. Thank you for the opportunity to be in your draw.

Susie said...

As you already know, I have 3 evil urchins...err...heathens...angels (wait even I wouldn't go THAT far!) kids, yeah KIDS! A Go! Baby would save me SO much time cutting fabric. As it is now, I tend to stick with kits, especially pre-cut kits for this reason alone. I could actually broaden my horizons! Ooooh! My family would NEVER see me. I'd be holed up in my crafty-type room!

Diane H said...

Thanks for a chance. I think it would save time and all the different dies look like great fun to try.

Lis said...

I like your Facebook page :)

Lis said...

I'm already following your great blog.

Lis said...

Ok, now the difficult bit...how will the Baby Go! that you are sending me make my life easier? Well I have ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia and sometimes get a lot of pain when I use a rotary cutter. I think the Baby Go! will make cutting much easier for me and less painful, and on very bad days I can give it to DH to work, he'd love it. Thanks for the chance Cara, hugs, Lis x

Lindsi said...

I posted this on FB
http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000118395892

Lindsi said...

I liked your FB page!

Lindsi said...

I think the GO! Baby would make cutting circles for applique so much easier and I would now be able to make my own charm packs!! Thank I hope I win;)

Susie said...

I like you! I really like you...on Facebook!

Peggy said...

I would love a Go. I have Niece's and granddaughters that I make lots of stuff for

Peggy said...

I liked you on facebook

Susie said...

I tweeted about the giveaway too but alas, I can't access Twitter at work. (I'm not supposed to be able to access Blogger either but thanks to Google Reader, I was able to "sneak in", hee-hee!) You know my Twitter name though right? ChaosIsMyLife3?? :-)

Sharon Pernes said...

Imtweeted about this giveaway @shapernes

Sharon Pernes said...

A go baby would make cutting while traveling much easier. I go see my kids and parents quite a bit and the baby would be great to help with cutting on those trips

Sharon Pernes said...

Imlike you on FB

tpott said...

I'd love to learn to appliqué and I think the Accuquilt Go Baby, would be a very big help. No more tedious cutting and they would always be prefect. Thanks for the chance! ;>

Linda V said...

I would use the Baby Go to cut the hundreds of circles I am using to make a queen sized quilt. I am making Bunny Hill Design's Yoyoville, but appliquing circles instead. Boy, would I LOVE a Baby Go! to help cutting!!
Linda
homesweetquiltinghome.blogspot.com

Linda V said...

I "liked" you on your new FB page, too.
Linda
homesweetquiltinghome.blogspot.com

Linda V said...

I also posted on my blog here:
http://homesweetquiltinghome.blogspot.com/2011/07/another-giveaway-to-share.html

Thanks for the giveaway!
Linda
homesweetquiltinghome.blogspot.com

Sandy said...

I would love to win a GO! Baby. My niece loves to come to my house and sew with me but I am always scared to have her use the rotary cutter since I like to return her to my brother with all the fingers and toes she showed up with. LOL! With a GO!, she could safely cut her own pieces and feel like she did everything by herself. Thanks for the opportunity to win!=)

Carolyn said...

I would loove a Go Baby. I have very bad arthritic hands. It would really help me. Thanks for the chance

margaret price said...

I would LOVE a Baby Go cutter so that my cut outs were ACCURATE.
.
Thanks for the opportunity, and for telling us all about this lovely cutter.
Margaret P.

Linda said...

I would love a Go Baby to cut all those cute shapes to make all sorts of things for my gorgeous baby granddaughter :)

margaret price said...

I would LOVE one of these cutters, so my cut outs would be ACCURATE Thanks for doing the "giveaway"
Margaret P.

suzie said...

Baby go would make cutting sooooo easy and fast. I can never seems to get an accurate cut on the triangles and such. I would be able to try more patterns.

Marcia W. said...

I enjoy your blog. Both my mother and I quilt and have physical limitations that require a lot of rest time between rotary cuts. This baby GO! would help us with our cutting. Also, I'm making a GFG so know that the Baby will cut these and other shapes much better than I do. Thanks for the chance.

Marcia W. said...

We liked you on FB and left a comment as Margaret and Marcia.

Angela N. said...

I live in a tiny house and the small space ive carved for me doesnt include much room for cutting! I really need an much easier way of cutting and a GO would do that for me. LOL. Often i sit at the ironing board and cut... its really quite pitiful.

Angela N. said...

Liked ya on facebook!

nrnoodle said...

The Baby Go has the tumbler shape. I currently send all my fabric scraps to a friend of mine who has one of the great machines and she cuts my tumbler blocks for me. I would love to save on shipping and be able to cut my own. I also love the star shape which would save me oodles of time on all my patriotic quilts I like to make.

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

besides being fun, it would save some wear and tear on my old hands.

Catskill Quilter said...

I have arthritis, and this would help me cut out my applique pieces with ease!

Catskill Quilter said...

I am a new follower of your blog!

Judith said...

A baby go would help me with my piecing. Making it match as all pieces will be the right size, no miss cuts.

Karen said...

Being a busy mum of two young boys I don't have as much time as I'd like for quilting, so time saved cutting would be great! :o)

Karen said...

I've 'liked' the FB page :o)

Sheryl F. said...

The Go Baby would make my hand applique to much quicker and easier. Fan4may at aol dot com

Sheryl F. said...

I liked you on Facebook. Fan4may at aol dot com

Anonymous said...

Liked you on facebook - thanks for the wonderful chance to win. VermontPines@aol.com

Anonymous said...

I could cut strips and borders without wavy lines!! Thanks for the chance to win. VermontPines@aol.com

Quiltingranny said...

#1- It will make my life easier not having to use scissors to cut all those special shapes out that you can't do with a rotary cutter!

Quiltingranny said...

#2 Tweeted @ compassionquilt
FB @compassionatequilter

Quiltingranny said...

#3- Like your new Facebook page!

SarahB said...

A Go Baby would make things so much easier for me because for several reasons! I'm usually trying to quilt with little helpers around, and it's not so safe to have a rotary cutter out (plus I'm not so good with it either!). Most of all I'd really like it for it's accuracy

SarahB said...

Of course I already like your new facebook page! :)

SarahB said...

Tweeted! :) http://twitter.com/#!/_sarah_b_/status/94991234376011776

Debra said...

A Go Baby would make my life easier because I would save alot of fabric. The rotary cuttr is not my friend!

Debra said...

I liked you on Facebook!

Debra said...

I tweeted @Lealee33

Caro said...

Baby Go would make me be more productive and certainly accurate. Thanks for a chance to win.

Jackie said...

Anything that will speed up cutting fabric is a winner in my book. I really dislike cutting fabric. It'll make my life easier because of that!

Candy Mak said...

The Go Baby will make my circles rounder and hearts more heart shaped... no more almost exact shapre quilts!

James-Linda said...

PROBABLY EASE OF MAKING HEXIES-THANKS SO FOR SHARING!

jldouglas@wispwest.net

James-Linda said...

LIKE ON FB!
THANKS!

jldouglas@wispwest.net

James-Linda said...

TOLD ALL MY QUILTING FRIENDS!
THANKS FOR SHARING!

jldouglas@wispwest.net

Candy Mak said...

I like your Facebook page.

Michell said...

Baby Go will make my life easier by cutting out all those 5" squares I like using

Stray Stitches said...

I included your giveaway in my blog today:
http://straystitches1.blogspot.com/2011/07/little-finishes.html

Deb said...

I'd love to win a Go! It would make my life easier because in a snap it would make lots of 5" squares. Also, I'd love to make some funky flowers to applique on my quilt in progress now. Thanks for the chance.

yorkie mom said...

I love the GO!!! It would help me sew MORE quilts, BETTER and FASTER!!Thanks for the chance!!

Penny said...

Firstly ,the Baby Go! would look GOOD on my cutting table with the Value Die, 2 1/2" strip cutter and 5" square die!
Secondly,I have lots of scraps and cutting up these scraps with a Baby would be super fast !
Oh yes, I have to follow you :)

corina said...

I've always wanted to do more quilts with applique, but hate cutting out all the small pieces. The Accuquilt Baby Go would be perfect, so much easier! There are so many wonderful dies, like the Funky Flower and Arabesque!

Winona said...

I think a GO Baby would make my life easier, because it would make cutting so much quicker and accurate. Thanks for the chance to win.

Connie said...

I think a Go! Baby would make my life easier as I could cut HST's and drunkard path piece so much faster and accurately. Thanks for the great giveaway, a new follower.

Connie said...

I like you on FB. Thanks!

Staci said...

I think the magic of the Go baby would be using it for those shapes that are so time consuming and annoying to cut out accurately. For me, it would be drunkard's path, circles and hexagons. Thanks for hosting this, you'll make someone very very happy!

Gidget said...

I would use the special shapes alot! I want to try applicae some more...but all the cutting is hard on my hands!

Gidget said...

I also liked you facebook page!
Thank you

Angela said...

What would it make easier? The cutting! (my least favorite part) And would leave me more time for the actual sewing! (my favorite part ;)

Angela

Snoodles said...

I have followed your blog for some time, and really enjoy it. I think the Baby Go! would make my life easier because I make charity quilts and it would speed things up when they need a boy or girl quilt FAST! LOL I could cut out tumblers or other sets quickly and get the baby quilt made!
Jacque in SC
quiltnsrep(at)yahoo(dot)com

Snoodles said...

I posted on my facebook wall about your giveaway!
http://www.facebook.com/pages/OleFrogEyes-Virtual-Design-Wall-for-Quilters/221149167928848
My FB page is for my quilters' web site, so I guess I can't "like" your page....I tried. :( Thanks for the chance to win!
Jacque in SC
quiltnsrep(at)yahoo(dot)com

Pam said...

I avoid some quilts because of the pieces that have to be cut. I wouldn't have to avoid them anymore with a Baby Go.

Pam said...

I liked you on FB

Pam said...

I tweeted about your giveaway. @nalaxu

Anonymous said...

Thank-you, I'm delighted to have the opportunity to enter your giveaway and would enjoy using the Baby's help to make lots of circles for my work with fabric roses. It would be a blessing indeed! jil: weftandwarp at hotmail dot com

Mom2RyandSis said...

I like you on FB!!

Mom2RyandSis said...

There are quite a few quilts I would like to try and haven't because of the block shapes the Go Baby would cut them for me and I could just sew them up. Thanks for the chance!!

Quiltjane said...

I love to make appliqué pieces so a Baby GO! would make it much easier.

Quiltjane said...

You have been tweeted!

iwillmakecrafts said...

The Baby Go would definitely help me think about using my scraps more creatively (help me to store them in new ways) as I cut them to size and saved more usable pieces, instead of anything and everything!

Thanks for the great giveaway, Cara! See you tomorrow at Talknt!

iwillmakecrafts said...

Just tweeting about your giveaway!

Val Laird said...

Applique is one of my FAVOURITE things so I can imagine how much easier it would be to have a machine doing the cutting for me. I love the thought of perfect shapes!

Apple Avenue Quilts said...

There are a some quilts I have been wanting to try, but I don't want to deal with templates. The apple core die and the drunkard's path die would really help. I also so love applique and there are so many great dies for that!

Nancy D. said...

I "Like" your FB page.

Nancy D. said...

It would make things easier by having the time to cut the fabric much less.

Jo said...

I "liked" your FB page

Jo said...

Oh my the Go Baby would really be a help to me I seem to have major cutting issues no matter how hard I try or what method I use I seem not to be able to cut a straight strip of fabric or a square, square. I m very challanged in this department for some reason.Th Go Baby would make my strips straight and my sqs. square. so my bl;ocks and quilts would be more sq. Thanks for a chance to win

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