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Old 03-18-2010, 07:35
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Default Re: For those of you who applique or make fabric flowers ...

If you watch the video though this thing is big. It isn't like a cuddle bug or sizzix. It's the big mama! I thought is was a small thing at first. That might be why the price is so much higher.
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Old 03-18-2010, 08:02
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Default Re: For those of you who applique or make fabric flowers ...

The prices for the dies are enough to make you faint ... some are almost $800!!! Holy crap Batman!
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Old 03-18-2010, 08:19
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Well for that price it better come with some cute guy that comes to my house and sets it up and then stays to do all my cutting.
Serious, how can that thing be worth that kind of money?
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Old 03-18-2010, 11:27
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I wonder if you could use your 40% off coupon for that?

Nope, coupon not valid for big ticket items, people will just have to wait when they have a sale, but something like this really goes on sale during Christmas same as Cricut, coupons are not valid on those you just have to wait when Joann's put's them on sale.

This is on my list and money is being set aside for this new toy
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Old 03-19-2010, 05:01
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Default Re: For those of you who applique or make fabric flowers ...

I am a quilter, and I will just stick with my trusty old rotary cuter for $350+.
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Reviving this old thread... I saw the AccuQuilt Go at JoAnn's today. It's on sale for $200, reg price $350. Does anyone own one of these or know how they are? I was wanting to buy one to cut out fabrics and felts only (for flowers) so I wasn't planning on getting one of the paper cutters.
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Default Re: For those of you who applique or make fabric flowers ...

I know my local quilt shop has one that you can pay to use. I'm not sure how much it costs, though. It may not be worth the extra money. Just a suggestion.
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Reviving this old thread... I saw the AccuQuilt Go at JoAnn's today. It's on sale for $200, reg price $350. Does anyone own one of these or know how they are? I was wanting to buy one to cut out fabrics and felts only (for flowers) so I wasn't planning on getting one of the paper cutters.

I use a Sizzix Big Shot Express to cut fabric & felt etc for flowers. My mom, who quilts, won't even spend the money for the accu-quilt. She has a Big Shot also and has purchased the dies that they have for quilting and basic shape cutting. I can cut through probably 4 layers of thicker fabric or felt at a time with the Sizzix, but you have to get the Originals or Bigz dies because their Sizzlets only cut paper or the very thinnest of fabrics. (found that out the hard way & I really don't cut paper either) But they have some really nice dies in the Bigz and Originals that I use for flowers. I even have some with different sized squares (great for making kanzashi petals) & also one with different sized circles (awesome for singed flowers) in addition to their flower shapes.

Anyway, I hope this helps you.
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I use a Sizzix Big Shot Express to cut fabric & felt etc for flowers. My mom, who quilts, won't even spend the money for the accu-quilt. She has a Big Shot also and has purchased the dies that they have for quilting and basic shape cutting. I can cut through probably 4 layers of thicker fabric or felt at a time with the Sizzix, but you have to get the Originals or Bigz dies because their Sizzlets only cut paper or the very thinnest of fabrics. (found that out the hard way & I really don't cut paper either) But they have some really nice dies in the Bigz and Originals that I use for flowers. I even have some with different sized squares (great for making kanzashi petals) & also one with different sized circles (awesome for singed flowers) in addition to their flower shapes.

Anyway, I hope this helps you.
You mean this one Sizzix Big Shot on Overstock for only $50?
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Old 11-07-2011, 08:35
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You mean this one Sizzix Big Shot on Overstock for only $50?
This is the one I have, works great for felt. Like the pp, I only use the bigz or original dies.
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