Thursday, January 19, 2012

Accuquilt Go! Baby Cutter Giveaway


Okay, so the moment you all have been probably waiting for is here: It's time to giveaway a Go! Baby Cutter and three dies of your choice!

To enter yourself, all you have to do is leave a comment.


You can of course leave any comment you like but I would love it if you could tell me what you are sewing with your scraps (links are fine, too). I am currently working on two projects with them but still have so many left that I am desperately looking for another way to use them. The goal is to be scrapless by the end of February :)

If you follow me you get an extra entry :)

Please make sure that there is a way of contacting you, if I pick you and can't email you, I will pick someone else.
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Good luck everyone!

106 comments:

  1. Oh, wow, first one out. I used some solid scraps and a cross stitch pattern to make a cushion (I haven't blogged about it yet but will in the next couple of days). I cut 3cm squares, laid them out according to the pattern and sewed them together. Then I appliquéd them onto some Essex linen.

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  2. I don't have a huge amount of scraps but I'm making needlecases and pouches at the moment!

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  3. That machine looks so practical! Love the quilts that you made with it. Actually I'm not doing nothing with my scraps but keeping them color coded. When I have enough variety (it's difficult because I tend to use the same colours all over again) would love to make a color wheel quilt or a rainbow quilt...

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  4. I'm a new follower too! (lthough I follow you in flickr a long time ago... ;))
    Thanks for such a terrific giveaway!

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  5. Hallihallo,
    ich bin ein follower und würde mich riesig freuen wenn das Glück mich auswählt.

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  6. February is my month for the BEE GERMANY and I think I am going to use some scraps (and a solid) to send out. It will become either a wallhanging for my kitchen or a quilt for the couch...

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  7. I don't have many scraps. I tend to use them for mug rugs and such small projects.
    Susanne

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  8. great giveaway Johanna - I'd love to win a go baby - I'm in a mini scrap basket swap and we're doing string blocks - they're so cute - here's the link http://www.flickr.com/groups/mini_scrap_basket_block_swap/ - good luck trying to clear your scraps !

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  9. I follow you on flickr - not sure if that counts !

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  10. I am making a leaders and enders quilt, (see Bonnie Hunter's blog for how to do this) - I cut my scraps 3" tall and any random length long, and sew them together into strips. Then I sew a 2" strip of a solid fabric in between each scrappy strip, until I have a long enough piece to be a quilt top! It's fun and a great way to use scraps.

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  11. I make a curcy srap quilt with drunhard paths and New York Beauties, so an Accuquilt go would be perfct. Here The link to my blocks for my quilt:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/61597071@N03/6654172753/in/photostream
    LG Aylin

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  12. I follow you on flickr and from time to time on your blog - nice stuff!

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  13. WOW i would love to win an accubaby!!! i love using my scraps i am about to start a dresden quilt with my scraps to try and use them all up!!
    Would love to be able to use the accubaby to be able to save time on the cutting!!

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  14. Uiiiii-the first Accuquilt giveaway in Germany:) WOW!!
    AT the moment my hubby has got the honour to cut ALL my scraps in either strips or 2" squares ... at the end my idea is to make a quilt - or better 2: one with just strips, loike a coin quilt or something. The other one with the squares, maybe like this: http://www.flickr.com/photos/redpepperquilts/6716562911/in/contacts/ ... or maybe something different... I think as long as theey are all cut into "decent" sizes I can one day use them up...:) The smallest ones (I just cannot throw something away) I have in an extra box to make vERY small patchwork strips to make pouches, http://www.flickr.com/photos/monaw/4376192673/in/set-72157607085568426 or these: http://www.flickr.com/photos/monaw/5374680597/in/photostream

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  15. Ich bin schon eine interessierter follower!Danke fuer die zweite chance!

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  16. Im moment mache ich einen flowergardenquilt aus meinen Resten und bin beim Haeuschenchallenge von Jeanneke dabei (http://buildinghousesfromscraps.blogspot.com/). Daneben immer wieder mal Mugrugs und kleine Deckchen.
    Danke fuer das tolle give away! Wuerd ja so gerne gewinnen!
    LG Martina

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  17. I love making scrappy projects! My favorites are baby quilts, which I sometimes donate to charity. But it seems for every scrap I use, I make two more, so I doubt I will ever be "scrapless".

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  18. actually I'm using my scraps for the x and + swap on flickr, but I can tell you, can't see them get less

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  19. Recently I've had so many scraps that I couldn't help myself and used most of them as filling for big floor cushion! quick help to clear the space:)

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  20. So far all I do with my scraps is collect them. I would love to get a Go! Baby and start applique-ing everything I see. ;)

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  21. Hello :). I'm doing now a table runner from some scraps I'm left. I also had some grey linen that I didn't use for stitching and I combined it with colorful pieces. I'll want to practive free motion quilting on this one - we'll see how it turns out.
    Thanks, for this super giveaway!

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  22. and yes, I'm your follower :).

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  23. WOW, An Accuquilt go!, this is a dream what a wonderful giveaway :)
    I do not have too much scraps but i join to this group to make a quilt. It looks beautiful and easy. Have a look
    http://www.flickr.com/groups/bustyoscraps/

    I will keep my fingers crossed

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  24. I am using my scraps up by making hexies with them...I would like to make some placemats with some and then if I'm really motivated a quilt...thanks for the giveaway!

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  25. I just made a scrap mini quilt using the "crumb quilt" tutorial from quiltville (http://quiltville.com/crumbs.shtml) and for the back i did a variation on this tutorial from completely cauchy: http://cauchycomplete.wordpress.com/2012/01/04/re-post-scraptacularity-part-i/

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  26. How exciting!! I save my scraps for doing appliqued letters on bean bags and sometimes for other appliques designs. I'd love to make a quilt or even scrappy placemats but my skills aren't there yet.

    sunshinekmp at yahoo dot com

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  27. I love making small scrappy projects! Think mug rigs, pot holders, embellishing tea towels, sm. zippy bags, ect!!:)

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  28. I like to make fabric with my scraps, a la the 15 minutes of play blog. The only way I could get rid of them all by the end of February would be to give them away!

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  29. I have been using my scraps for mug rugs and zipper pouches.

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  30. I follow you on my Google Reader, too!

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  31. I'm using my scraps in Farmers wife sampler blocks, I have about 20 blocks done and love that they have little bits of fabrics I love in each block :)

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  32. I'm a follower! Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  33. Today I am cutting up some scraps into flower shapes for my daughter's birthday party on Saturday so the little girls she has invited can make hair clips.

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  34. I'm new to quilting, so barely have any scraps at all - not enough to do anything with. Someday...

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  35. Na das ist ja ein super Angebot!
    Ich nähe aus meinen Scraps gerne wonky Log Cabin Muster und die verarbeite ich entweder zu kleinen Täschchen oder zu Topflappen (tolle kleine Mitbringsel).
    Gruß Silke
    schellersilke@web.de

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  36. Und ich bin Deine Leserin,
    Gruß Silke (e-mail-Adresse siehe Kommentar oben)

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  37. I am sewing bee blocks with my scraps!

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  38. I am slowly making a string quilt, and I am going to make some pillows to match my postage stamp quilt!

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  39. right now I am making little sandwich bags for my daughter.

    ykatrina at hotmail dot com

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  40. Oh wow, was für ein toller Gewinn! Da ich momentan (und ohne absehbares Ende) kaum Zeit zum Nähen habe, käme mir so ein Teil gerade Recht. Das würde vielleicht durch Verkürzen des lästigen Zuschneidens mir doch ein wenig Zeit hinter der Nähmaschine gönnen.
    Scraps: Ja, da habe ich mehr als genug. Letztes Jahr habe ich mal angefangen an der Rainbow Scrap Challenge von soscrappy teilzunehmen. Ich habe auch tatsächlich bis August durchgehalten und einen kleinen Teil meiner Scraps abgearbeitet. Aber dann musste ich leider berufsbedingt das Projekt stoppen und konnte es leider nicht mehr aufnehmen. Die Challenge findet dieses Jahr erneut statt, vielleicht wäre das ja auch was für dich?

    LG Elke

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  41. Und Leser bin ich auch bei dir.

    LG Elke

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  42. Ich nähe gerade an meinem ersten Quilt, bei dem ich gleich ganz mutig "free motion" gequiltet habe :-D
    Gaaanz bestimmt nicht fehlerfrei, aber irgendwann muss man sich ja trauen *g*
    Dein Blog ist wunderbar, ich hab mich so inspirieren lassen!
    Liebe Grüße
    TAnja

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  43. Und natürlich lese ich regelmäßig :-D

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  44. I am currently using some larger scraps and thought i would try out a strip block....loved it so much i have decided to make several and turn this into a quilt. I really love the process of paper piecing this. I think i have a bout 12 blocks will need about 36 as i would like this to be a large quilt. I love that the very first piece of scrap is white and centred, then with each adjoining block this frames it.
    I also need to make a few zipper pouches.
    Thank you for the giveaway

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  45. Also now following
    Thanks again

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  46. I am working on a Bonnie Hunter mystery quilt. She is the queen of scraps!

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  47. Ich habe vor einem Jahr angefangen zu nähen und möchte versuchen eine größere Herausforderungen zu finden und dazu haben mich die Decken sehr inspiriert, die auf diesem Block zu sehen sind. Auch das verzieren von verschiedenen Motiven finde ich eine wunderschöne Idee. Eine solche Maschine würde natürlich vieles mehr ermöglichen.

    Luise ( Die Patenkind deiner Mutter )

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  48. I am new to quilting so am still collecting scraps .... I remember my mother making something she called a 'scrappy quilt" which was completely random. Maybe one day I'll be able to do the same.

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  49. I follow you by RSS (Google reader)

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  50. Oooh thank you for the giveaway! I'm working on a baby plus quilt. :) Not great unless your scraps are sizable, but I don't have many scraps yet. :)

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  51. Also, I follow you via RSS. :) Thank you!

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  52. I don't have many scraps but I'm making a mug rug :)
    Thank you.

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  53. Tonight I'm going to make a bee block with scraps. :)

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  54. I follow you in my reader! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  55. ich möcht auch so ein tolles teil gewinnen!!! und aus meinen scraps darf meine tochter ihre puppen benähen!!!

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  56. Ich lese regelmäßig deinen Blog

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  57. und natürlich würden wir hier alle, in unserer Quiltgruppe, den Accuquilt gerne für unsere Projekte ausprobieren.L.G.

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  58. I'd love to win. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  59. WOWOWOWWOWOW!!!!
    I'd love to win!!!
    I'm working on baby blankets. Hope to finish them soon... :)
    All the best,
    Daniela

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  60. I used lots of scraps in this project: http://maryonlakepulaski.blogspot.com/2012/01/guest-blogging-today.html
    Check it out!

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  61. I've been following your blog for a long time.

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  62. I'm working on a strip quilt with my scraps. I put everything in a pile and pick out strips at random, so it is a lot of fun.

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  63. WOw was ein tolles Gewinnspiel. Ich würde mich rießig über das tolle Teil freuen :)
    Ich sitze momentan an einem Top mit allen meinen kleinen Resten. Die Stoffstücke sind schon zugeschnitten und haben gerade mal 4x4cm... mal sehen wann ich fertig werde :)

    Deinen Blog verfolge ich schon ganz lange und ich lese immer so gerne bei dir mit.

    Ich wünsche dir alles Liebe,
    Katharina

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  64. I am a scrapaholic!! I think I will be using lots for my Mouthy Stitches swap partner!

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  65. I would really like to win one of these babies.

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  66. I like making string quilts with my scraps. I am trying to think up some new ways to use scraps too. I will be watching your blog to see what you come up with.

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  67. I make a ton of fabric postcards throughout the year so it's the perfect project for scraps!!

    Thanks for the great giveaway!

    Katina
    kjkoukla(at hotmail....cm

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  68. I love to make all kinds of scrappy quilts! If you need help being scrapless by February, you could always send your scraps to me :-) Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  69. I am a new follower of your blog - can't wait to explore!

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  70. I am just now getting to the point where I need to start figuring out what the hell to do with all my scraps! I think I'm going to start by sorting them by color and go from there. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  71. I'm making a Tokyo subway map from the tutorial on Elizabeth Hartman's blog. I'm about a year behind, but that is about how fast I work these days. Thanks for the opportunity!
    alibear167 at gmail dot com

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  72. I just made a string quilt with my scraps, but I still have so many left!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  73. I am stashing my scraps for quilt panels - hope will find motivation in February to finally start the project :) / Tutinella (Joanna)

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  74. and the second comment as a Follower :)

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  75. What a fantastic giveaway! I joined a mystery quilt called Orca Bay by Bonnie Hunter to use up my scraps! It is a challenging quilt for me but I love the outcome so far.

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  76. Wow, what a fantastic giveaway!!
    I am working on so many projects right now - but at the top of the list is finishing an attic windows quilt and beginning a Sunbonnet Sue. In my head are dozens of fresh modern quilts!

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  77. I am also a follower of your blog.

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  78. Hmmmm...I have been doing some paper piecing with my scraps this week. Other than that, I'm not really good with using them up, just accumulating them :)

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  79. I'm working on two scrap quilts for charity.

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  80. I'm busy making scraps at the moment, but hope to make a scrappy quilt when I have enough!
    Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  81. I have a Go!baby but my mom kind of stole it from me :))) so I really need one I could actualy use :) So yes, count me in :)

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  82. Is this still open? I hope so! I would like to try a crazy quilt type of quilt

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