Tuesday, September 27, 2011

GOING HAND IN HAND WITH "SEW WE QUILT" and a GIVEAWAY!!

Today I did a post at "Sew we Quilt"

but....I am doing a post here as well...it goes hand in hand with the post over there...so please go over and check out my post.

So...this dish towel mathes the towel and pot holder over on "Sew We Quilt". Now when you see the next pictures, you will see how crazy I went with the Fall Medley Die. This Accuquilt die is soooo fun that I just couldn't help myself.


So...to the giveaway part...... Here are some leaves, pumpkins, and acrons....this is picture #1.

Next is a medley of leaves, pumpkins, and acorns...this is picture #2!




Now, here are some funky leaves, pumpkins, and acorns...no Steam a seam on these...this is #3!


Just leave a comment on which one you would like to win....and I will post a winner tomorrow!!!

Madame Samm has been working hard on bringing nothing but fun and awesome prizes and it was so fun to be able to post on the same day that the Baby Go cutter was being given away. So good luck to all of you!!!

Thanks for coming by!!!

Thanks for being a follower!!!

Thanks for Commenting!!

150 comments:

  1. That Fall Medley Die looks like so much fun! You are making some beautiful keepsakes - too pretty to use! I saw your post at Sew We Quilt earlier this morning and you made me smile more than once! Madame Samm is awesome, isn't she? This must be like a full time job for her.

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  2. You have been having a cutting good time. They are all so pretty but my favorite is #3.

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  3. great post at SWQ. I'd love to win #2.

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  4. Enjoy your blogs. Would really enjoy a Go Cutter and the aplliques in #2! Haven't tried to applique by machine very much but am ready to try.

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  5. I really didn't think that I would use the applique' dies enough to make them worth having, but you have shown some great ideas for them! (I really need to learn to think outside the quilt box!) Loved your post over at Sew we Quilt too and the photo of you buried in the scraps? Too funny!

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  6. I've been a follower and I enjoy your work. Loving your Accuquilt pieces. I have only done a little applique but I like it so far!

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  7. I'm a new follower to your blog. I'd love to own a go cutter and the Fall Medley die would be my first die. Your #2 is my favorite, just as Fall is my favorite time of year. Thanks so much for participating with Madame Samm and offering your wonderful tutorial. Good luck everybody!!! ;->

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  8. They all look wonderful, but if I were to choose one it would be the collection in picture #2. I could make a lovely table runner or some placemats with those!

    Thanks!

    MGM

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  9. Hi Barb, Thanks so much for your Giveaway as well as the one at Sew We Quilt! I love the pieces in Photo No. 3 - I could definitely have fun with them. I would just LOVE to win an Accuquilt too. I loved the photo of you under the pile of scraps, and the "do these scraps make my hand look fat" that gave me a laugh!! Hugs n Blessings from Sue in Oz xx

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  10. I'm now following your blog. Loved your post over at Sew We Quilt this morning. The Go cutter sure would be a plus to have with all of the scraps that I have. Your appliques are great, especially #2. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  11. I found you through Sew We Quilt and love your blog! You are now in my sidebar and I'm a new follower. I'd love to win #1. Now you really have me wanting a Go! Baby cutter!

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  12. So much fun and I love your post on Stash. My favorite would be #1 - fits my color scheme. These Autumn dies are wonderful and thank you for this wonderful giveaway. Judy C in NC www.shadetreequilting.com

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  13. Great Giveaway!!! Please count me in, became a new follower today, and very happy to be here.

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  14. Forgot to mention - I am a follower. Judy C

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  15. Barb, I saw the beautiful creations you made on the Stash blog. Congratulations!!!! I would love to win set #2. Thank you for the chance.

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  16. Hello I'm a new follower, I've come over from Madame Samm's! I'd love to win number 2. That dishcloth is adorable! Nothing quite so fancy in my kitchen yet ;)
    Lucy
    http://charmaboutyou.blogspot.com

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  17. I love the colors in #2. How fun. I'm already a follower. Kaje' got engaged last week so I've been working on a quilt for her wedding as well as finishing Trav's quilt. It goes to the quilter today.

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  18. Hi ; I am a follower ; I'd like #2 if you pick me ! LOVE the towels and your blog makes me HAPPY!
    thanks !

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  19. I loved your tutorial on Sew We Quilt... and I'd love to win the #1 medley so that I could make some gorgeous Fall goodies of my own...

    Tracey
    thepeonyteacup.blogspot.com

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  20. Your post on Stash Manicure is great. Love the picture of you buried by your scraps.

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  21. Loved your post at Sew we Quilt - you seem to have tamed your scraps well!!!
    Thanks for this giveaway - I'd go for #1 - it has paisley - 'nuff said!

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  22. The 'Fall Medley' dies is a favorite.....it's always 1 of my 3 dies I pick when there is a GO giveaway.......I can only dream.....#1 or #2 would work perfect for me.....thank you Barb for sharing your time and GO.....wishing and wishing for one in my sewing room. I've been following you for awhile.....come visit my blog and enter my giveaway. We could share a cuppa!!

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  23. How nice of you. I like #2 if I would win but they are all nice.

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  24. Thanks for your post on Sew We Quilt. I'm a new follower and I love the picture #1 group. Such great colors!

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  25. I like #2. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  26. I have not been playing enough with my Accuquilt Go Baby. I am in the middle of making a wall hanging but have lots of 2 1/2" hst's to cut yet. The fall medley die is cute. Looks like you had lots of fun.

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  27. Gosh, hope it's not just new followers. I'd love to win one of these dies.

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  28. Thanks sew much for the great tutorial for the Go! cutter. I have been trying to win one of these for a long time. I would pick #2 cutouts but would be thrilled with any of the sets. I am a new follower.

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  29. I follow you and love what you imaginatively turn out. My choice would be 1.

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  30. I am a new follower. I like picture #1. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  31. How cute! Now I REALLY wish I had my own GO!! And thanks so much for the hint from Ricky Timms! All these years I've been using the blanket stitch and growled about the knots, etc! Hope I win!!

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  32. Boy oh boy you had a mombo jombo pile of scraps. I just went over to look at your post.

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  33. Love finding new bloggers to follow love your uses of the Autumn dies...

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  34. I saw your post over at Madame Samm.,fantastic way to appliqué. Love those fall leaves. Ya, I want a go cutter. Those cutters would sure help with scraps, and a quick way to make blocks for sewing with kids. I'm following you, thanks for sharing.

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  35. I found you through Sew We Quilt and I'm a new follower. I'd love to win #2

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  36. Saw your post for the AccuQuilt Fall Blog Hop and I'm a new follower. I have that die and it is so much fun to use. Love your dish towel and pot holder.

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  37. Number one for me please. Linda x

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  38. Enjoyed browsing through your finishes. Love your tumbler quilts.

    Fall is one of my favorite times of year. I like fall medley set #2.

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  39. I wish I had an accucutter. I'm liking the first set, rusty reds! yum Great tutorial and I'm happy to follow.

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  40. Barb, I like the potholder you made at Sew We Quilt. Thanks for the tutorial. One day I am going to splurge on a Go cutter. Looks like a quilters dream come true! For your giveaway I like #2. Nice to meet you in blog land!

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  41. =) & (((( ))))

    smiles & hugs...just stopping in...

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  42. Great ideas!! Loved your post on Stash Manicure!! The fall appliques are so cute -- would love to win #1. Thanks so much!

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  43. I love #1 , but they are all pretty and what a neat die for the accutquilt. You know I am a follower :-)

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  44. You are having so much fun with that cutter and I just love what you are creating. I swore I would not get another gadget but you are wearing me down! Looks like a must-have!

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  45. You know I am a faithful reader. :) #2 would be my choice. You have inspired me to think of many ways these could be used. I would make a tablerunner for my mother, I think.

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  46. Hi Barb!
    I'm a new follower! I found you through your delightful, and inspiring post at SewWeQuilt. You made me laugh out loud, and this was a good day for that. vbg
    Thank you for the tutorial. Your pot holder is one of the nicest I've seen, and when I grow up I want to be as creatvie as you are. hee
    If, by some chance I would win your giveaway I would LOVE #1. What gorgeous colors.
    (BTW are you sure used hair thingies can't be used? I have lots of them! LOL LOL LOL teasin')

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  47. I love the colors in the #1 group. I can see how it would be addicting to start using the Go.

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  48. My favourite in no #2. I wish l had one of these playful Go Cutters. Think it would be so much fun :) Love you blog.

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  49. Madame Samm sent me this way and I am so glad she did! I love your ideas and can't wait to try some. Thanks! ~ Jeanne

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  50. Just started following! Love the acorn and pumpkin applique!

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  51. Love them all, but I am partial to number 1.

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  52. Oh, Barb, you are hilarious!! So glad you were able to unbury yourself from your pile - Scrap Breeding - hee hee! I ♥ my Go! Cutter, and the AccuQuilt team, and Steve Nabity, the genius who invented this marvelous toy! I think I know who invented the two-toned die, but I can't say because I was sworn to secrecy this summer when I toured their facilities! Had a ton of fun adventures last Spring/Summer when I won 2nd place in the AccuQuilt Barn Quilt Design contest. Loved the energy of this wonderful company! You can read all about it here: http://quiltscapesquilting.blogspot.com/2011/06/quilting-on-go.html

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  53. Wonderful tutorial!!! I would love the opportunity to win #2 :)

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  54. Hi Barb
    I'm a new follower! I loved your post at Madame Samms!!
    I like #1

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  55. I'm a new follower. If I win I want #1.

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  56. I'm a long time reader of your blog, and now I'm an official follower. Thanks for the additional giveaway. I'm drawn to more tradition fall colors so #2 is most appealing to me.

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  57. Wow these look great! I don't have a GO but it's nice to see what you have created with them. I like #1. Thanks!

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  58. Awesome tut at SWQ! I love your project, and I would love to win the first group of goodies - I guess I'm a stick in the mud, and love traditional holiday colors! LOL I'm working on a tut for my blog, with (whispering) my new Go baby! I guess I should have considered some of the applique dies!

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  59. I love all three of them, but #2 really reaches out to me for some reason. I love seeing what you're doing with the Accuquilt dies - you think outside the box (which I definitely DON'T do), so you give more and more ideas to me. Thanks! And thanks for the giveaway.

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  60. Wonderful tutorial you have been fun playing with the Go!

    If I win ,number 1.Thanks.

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  61. what a great blog ... have enjoyed browsing through and clicking on some of your project links. i shall be a happy camper, following your blog. reading your post today really makes me think i'll have to have this gadget; i've been dithering.
    i like gthe cut outs in the first picture ... will i win them?
    thanx to mme samm for her program and having you!

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  62. The fall medley die is so great. I love number 2 and keep telling myself that I will be okay without buying a Baby Go!, but I am not so sure. I am getting closer to giving in. Maybe after vacation.

    Thanks for posting this giveaway.

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  63. I am a new follower, came over from Madame Samm's blog. I love this die, what fun! Thanks for a chance to win, I like #2. Enjoy playing with your Go!

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  64. My favorite is #2 Very cute projects here and at Sew we Quilt.

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  65. Your tutorial is wonderful. Thank you for sharing your humor, product and a demo. I would love to win - I'm not choosy!

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  66. What a wonderful post you did at Sew We Quilt! I loved your tutorial. I wish I had this die!! It looks like so much fun! I would love to win package #1. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!!!

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  67. I would love to wind any of the dies. I remember using similar ones when I was a teacher.

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  68. Love the colors of #2. Came over here from Sew We Quilt. Great little tutorial. Never thought of using the hair ties as a potholder hanger.

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  69. Great post on Stash Manicure. I think I like the funky #3!

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  70. Hello! I am a new follower. I am jumping over here from Sew We Quilt. I loved your tutorial. I can tell that if I win the Go! the Fall Medley Die will be one of my favorites. Thank you for having a give away over here as well. I would like #1 if I win.

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  71. I am folowing you now!!!Came here from Stash!I am so in love with this machine,but it is so difficult to purchase one here!!!

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  72. Sew tough to decide which is nicest. They're all sew wonderful. If I'm forced to choose, I think #3 is my favorite.
    Sew nice of you to post at Sew We Quilt to give us all a chance to get to know you.
    Thanks sew much.
    Diana

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  73. Sew tough to decide which is nicest. They're all sew wonderful. If I'm forced to choose, I think #3 is my favorite.
    Sew nice of you to post at Sew We Quilt to give us all a chance to get to know you.
    Thanks sew much.

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  74. Sew tough to decide which is nicest. They're all sew wonderful. If I'm forced to choose, I think #3 is my favorite.
    Sew nice of you to post at Sew We Quilt to give us all a chance to get to know you.
    Thanks sew much.

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  75. I love Madam Samm, she is soo great. I like pile number one.

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  76. Wonderful tutorials, Barb! I like #2 of your 3 choices. Thank you for the giveaway. Kd ~ www.KdQuilts.com

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  77. Sew tough to decide which is nicest. They're all sew wonderful. If I'm forced to choose, I think #3 is my favorite.
    Sew nice of you to post at Sew We Quilt to give us all a chance to get to know you.
    Thanks sew much.

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  78. i saw your post at stash manicure. great idea for those pesky scrap baskets. i actually have 2 rubbermaid bins (at least they have lids) and one basket full of scraps just begging to be used! thanks!

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  79. Thanks for your very happy tutorial over at Madame Samm's. I love your blog and unfortunately I do not have a go but will try and win one. I am a follower and appreciate all the ideas you put out on your blog and for todays post on Madame Samm's. Have a happy day!

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  80. Hi Barb,
    Loved your post on Sew WE Quilt today . I love your comments on scraps. Wow! you mean I am not the only person that actually iron their scraps? My friends think I'm strange. lol Oh and by the way, my scraps mate at night as well.
    The Accuquilt cutter looks awesome and I love the Fall dies and Holiday ones.
    I am new to your blog and I love what I've read so far. Madame Samm is so awesome bringing us these wonderful guests and blogs etc.
    Thanks for the tutorial.

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  81. Sew tough to decide which is nicest. They're all sew wonderful. If I'm forced to choose, I think #3 is my favorite.
    Sew nice of you to post at Sew We Quilt to give us all a chance to get to know you.
    Thanks sew much.

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  82. I like them all, but #2 is my favorite. So glad to have found you! I am getting so excited for pumpkin pie with all the fall related things I've been seeing. :)

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  83. Definitely #2...that cutter looks like magic!
    Darcey

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  84. what a great die!! I am off to Sew We Quilt!

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  85. Barb!!!! You are mak'n me SHAKE with wanting THIS machine!

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  86. Ohhhh, I can see why you're wild about the AccuQuilt; I want one, too. Making cut-outs for applique have to be sew, sew easy. Love how you showed stitching the appliques down; you do lovely work. I love your #1 above - totally fall colors.

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  87. Barb, I like #1 best. Love those colors. Of course, I am a follower.

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  88. Would love to have a GO cutter, would save me a lot of time and cut up scraps for other projects at the same time! Love your fall medley, it's really cute, and I'm now a follower.

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  89. Barb, love the tutorial here and on "Sew We Quilt." I'm hopin to win the Go! Baby from "Sew We Quilt" so I can try it out. Being a college student I don't have the budget to buy one of my own. I love pumpkins #1! ~Alicia

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  90. Your tutorial on Sew We Quilt was great! Thanks for sharing. My favorite is #2 - medley of leaves, pumpkins, and acorns! Looks like you're having fun!

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  91. Adorable - Loved your post on Stash! And I'd love to win #2! Thanks, Nan

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  92. I would like any of the die cuts packets!

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  93. Hey Barb! You are a familiar face from Flickr. For the life of me I can't understand why I am not already a follower. Shame on me really! I would like #3 because I am a Jennifer Paganelli Fan!!!

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  94. Great post at Sew We Quilt. I'm definitely leaving my lights on, from now on, to stop my stash from breeding faster than rabbits. And, I love your tutorial too! Great job.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  95. Hi Barb I am waiting for my Go Cutter to arrive, I got tired of waiting or trying to win one, then I can have some fun to.Love #1 ,the pumpkins.
    We have a birthday coming what are we going to do?
    Blessings Sandra

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  96. Great post here and on Stash Manicure. I am a new follower, and so excited to be one!

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  97. I'm a new follower. Thanks for the great tutorial on Stash Manicure. Sure would love to win that Go-cutter!

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  98. Wow I never knew the Go cutter could do so much, could get back into applique real easily. I too love #2 and yes I am a follower.Love it

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  99. great post over at sew we quilt. You make me want a Go! even more now...darn you...lol I would choose #1.

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  100. I'm a wanabe quilter and my sponsor is
    Amy@diaryofaquilter. I'm inspired by the Fall theme.

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  101. Barb as always I love your post! I've "pinned" this on Pinterest so I can come back to it. :) blessings, marlene

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  102. Great tutorials here and at Stash Manicure today - thank you for the chance to win a Baby Go!

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  103. My stash has been breeding forever. I'm now inspired to curb it. I love that you are sharing your fall appliques. Think #3 is so cool.

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  104. I'm a new follower. Loved your guest post on Sew We Quilt.

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  105. Loved your guest post on Sew We Quilt. I'm a new follower.

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  106. I also want such a machine. I signed up Madamme Sam. For me, the one you like.

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  107. I have a workshop in November for making a small sampler using leaves, acorns and such, and this machine would certainly be put to good use. Thank you for the tutorial, too.

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  108. Thanks for the chance to win... I like the maple leaf :)

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  109. Loved your post and tutorial at Sew We Quilt and I love this post as well. Those in picture #2 are adorable but I'd be happy with any of them! Thank you and have a great day!

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  110. Great post today at Sew We Quilt! I am already a regular follower! Great giveaway -- love the cut outs in picture #1! Thank you! Enjoy your day!

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  111. Hi, I loved your tutorial on Sew we Quilt. I am a new follower now. I love
    #1, but would love any of them. Thank you for the chance to win in your giveaway. I don't have a cutter yet, but hoping Santa is good to me this year.LOL

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  112. Hi, I am a new follower since I saw your post and tutorial on Sew we Quilt. I love #1, but would love to win any of them. Thank you for the chance to win in your giveaway. I don't have a cutter yet, but hoping Santa is real good to me this year.LOL

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  113. #1 set of appliques
    Barb, thanks for the great tutorial at sewwequilt! I already follow your blog so popped by to comment.

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  114. Great post at Madame Samm's, thanks! I'm a new follower and love #3 your funky leaves, pumpkins and acorns. Thanks for the cute giveaway!

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  115. I'm a follower and would love to have #2, or #3.
    fayzer2@cox.net

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  116. Love your tea towels! Went over to Sew We Quilt and read your post. Too funny. You made me laugh! I love that picture of you (or at least one arm) and your stash! I will never turn my lights out again!

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  117. Love the Fall colors of medley #2! Thanks for a great tutorial over at Sew We Quilt and the cute cut out shapes.

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  118. Still chuckling over your post at Madame Samm's. I love the fabric selections of the #2 Fall Medley.

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  119. I am now a follower, love the # 2 collection. Thanks for the giveaway. Marianne

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  120. I'm having trouble posting here. I'm going to try again. I love both of your posts. Here and over at SWQ. I like the fabric selctions for #2. I've followed you and Madame Samm for a long time. Love both of you!

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  121. Great tut on Stash. I have been following you both for a while. This is my "want to win" die. I love the colours in # 2. They would look great on the border of a fall quilt.

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  122. Fall...the colors and bounty of the season are my favorite and you have used them in beautiful ways. My achy hands would love that Baby Go! Thank you from a new follower.

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  124. I am a new follower. I loved your post with Madame Samm. The colors in #1 are beautiful. Thanks for the tutorial and giveaway. My first post didn't show up.

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  126. loved your post on SWQ...thanks for the opportunity to win! Would love #1!

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  127. great post on sew we quilt - now I really want one of those go babys - thanks for the great tutorial

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  128. Hi--I'm a new follower. So glad Madame Samm introduced us! I can see why you love the Go Baby...the autumn shapes are wonderful. I'd choose #1 if I were the lucky winner. Thanks for the tutorial and giveaway.

    wordygirl at earthlink dot net

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  129. Great tutorial and fun post! Your Fall items turned out beautifully.



    I like pic #2

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  130. I enjoyed your tutorial over at SWQ. I am a new follower of yours. I like #1 the best. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  131. I just loved your post today. Got a few chuckles and a few great ideas. Thanks!

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  132. thanks for the opportunity to win. I would chose #3 o #4. Loved your post on Sew We Quilt - very funny and very clear instructions. Loved it I say.

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  133. it was fun post on Sew We Quilt! Love it. I have a GO but hardly use, y? becoz I'm silly! LOL
    I've been your follower even before I had a GO!

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  134. Whew - made me tired just seeing all the scraps you went through. That is a great gadget to have. Your potholder tutorial was great too. I need some new potholders.

    vail in tn

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  135. Great post over at Sew We Quilt. Would love to have a Baby Go!. The 3 dies I'd love are the Quarter Square 4" Finished Triangle, Rag & Circle, and the Holiday Accessories. These are only 3 of the many I'd like.
    Have a great one!

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  136. It looks like you are having tons of fun with the new die! I really love the cuts in your second pic. Fall is my favorite time of year:) Glad to have found your blog today and look forward to looking around more.

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  137. I like picture #2 but they are all three pretty. I don't quilt much, but I'm learning!

    nineteen19 at blackfoot dot net

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  138. #2, although they are all great. I enjoyed your post over at Sew We Quilt. I'm thinking more and more Baby Go, Christmas. I may have to get quite specific to Santa this year.

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  139. i have been thinking about pink and orange so I would love #3. thanks for a chance to win. I do not have a baby go but I love applique. janita

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  140. Hi Barb. I saw your wonderful post, it was great. I didn't enter as I already have a Go! but I don't have the die you used here, so I'd love to win the shapes in picture number 1.

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  141. I feel like such a ditz! I'm seeing all these Wantobe buttons and such but I can't find the rules for how to enter, what did I miss???

    Carolyn

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  142. OOO, I'd love to win #1. Love your tute over at Stash Manicure too.

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  143. These are so cute! I like medley #1 the best.

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  144. Have I told you how fun you are? Have I told you that I wish you lived closer to me?
    This was such a fun post girlfriend! Loved the picture of you under the scraps! Too darn funny!!!!
    Happy to be your follower and your friend!
    xx,shell

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  145. I would love to have any of the three choices... because I haven't gotten any fall dies yet for my go... but if I must choose then number 1

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