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What Goodies Can I Expect in the AccuQuilt Ready. Set. GO! Box?

Jul 9, 2019 8:45:08 AM / by HollyAnne Knight posted in Ready. Set. GO!, GO! Getter

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If you are or were hesitant to try AccuQuilt, you aren't alone. Check out how HollyAnne Knight of String and Story learned the revolutionizing power of our fabric cutters as she unboxed her Ready. Set. GO! and gave our system a try for the first time. Be sure to meet all our GO! Getters here and follow our blog to see what they're making!

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Island Batik Baby Quilts Galore!

May 24, 2019 8:01:00 AM / by AccuQuilt posted in baby quilts, Island Batik, Ready. Set. GO!

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In February, we surprised the 2019 Island Batik Ambassadors with a Ready. Set. GO! Ultimate Fabric Cutting System and boy, were they excited. We loved getting the chance to watch them unbox their goodies from great companies, including our own. Now, we get to see the amazing things they’re creating with all those treats on their blogs and in social posts.

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AccuQuilt GO! Review: Melanie Call's Fabric-ing Time

May 10, 2019 8:14:20 AM / by Melanie Call posted in Ready. Set. GO!, GO! Getter

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Today, meet one of our new GO! Getters, Melanie. After getting the chance to work with the AccuQuilt GO! fabric cutter, she learned just how easy it is to adapt our GO! Qube Mix & Match Block to her own patterns and projects. What unexpected ways are you using your AccuQuilt cutter and dies?

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AccuQuilt's Ready, Set, GO! Review & Sawtooth Star Variations

Apr 10, 2019 7:57:00 AM / by Kristina Brinkerhoff posted in Ready. Set. GO!

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Hi! My name is Kristina Brinkerhoff and I blog about my quilting adventures over at Center Street Quilts. I live in rural Utah with my husband and four young kids (ages 9 and under). I started quilting as a teenager and immediately fell in love with it. My first quilt was a pinwheel design made in 30s reproduction fabrics. I finished the quilt top during one summer break, but it took me several more years (around 8 years actually) to get around to quilting and binding it! These days, I'm usually a little faster at finishing my projects. ;) 

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