Monday, September 12, 2011

go! baby!

the darling people from GO! Baby have given me a go baby cutter to give away to one of you! 
AND You get to choose THREE dies of your own to get your started!! :)

All you have to do to enter is to leave a comment on THIS post telling me what you will make with your new Go! baby cutter!

I will announce the winner NEXT sunday! :) Until then...go visit their website HERE and drool over all the possibilities! :)

xo

115 comments:

  1. I would probably make a quilt for my new little boy :)

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  2. applique burp clothes and onesies for my baby boy coming in less than 6 weeks!!

    pick me pick me!

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  3. I will make all sorts of neat quilt squares!!!!

    julianna dot willis at gmail dot com

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  4. Oh I would love this for all the fun options for my shop! Love this product, I had never heard of it before...thanks for sharing!

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  5. I've just started making hair accessories for my newborn niece...this would make it go so much faster and precise

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  6. Ooh, ooh! I would make my boy some back-to-school (or daycare) shirts! :)

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  7. I would love to make some things for the upcoming holidays!

    Cristi
    2ifbysea1067@bellsouth.net

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  8. Wow, this would be amazing. How generous!
    Ohhhh the things I could make. I make softies. This would help.
    Quilts too!

    thank you!

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  9. I would love to have one of these to make appliques for quilts and making squares for quilts. There are so many quilts that I would love to make but I have been haven't because of all the cutting and making sure they are all the same.

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  10. oh, seriously! i would totally use it to make circles that i need for a friends baby quilt project i have coming up!!!! i've got my finger's crossed!

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  11. I would make some shapes for a cool baby quilt!

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  12. Oh my goodness I need one of these right now! The possibilities are endless with this baby. I would definitely use it in quilt appliques, doll clothing, and hopefully other things I can't think of right now. If I don't win this, my hubby will have to get it for me for Christmas! Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!

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  13. I would make a gazillion things! First would be some adorable hand towels ... and then maybe a few tees for my little girl!

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!!!

    Kristina

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  14. I would make my baby girl a quilt!

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  15. What wouldn't I do with that baby??!! I would first hug it dearly and then threaten all in my house not to touch it. Finally I would make some fun goodies for my classroom! Please magically pick me :)

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  16. I think my bedroom is overdue for some supercute pillow covers, and I think Go! Baby is just the thing I need! :-)
    Thanks for the giveaway! And now, for some drooling... haha

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  17. Amber Hiott (hiotta2@winthrop.edu)September 12, 2011 at 6:22 PM

    I would use the cutter to make some appliques to sew on shirts for my nieces and nephews!
    But, I can tell that the possibilities would be endless! Keeping my fingers crossed that I win! :)

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  18. This is SOO exciting! I would definitely make some fun flowers for my little girls hair.

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  19. I want to try making some appliqued clothing for my girls - this would come in handy!

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  20. Oh Baby is right!! I will make appliques and whip out quilt tops as fast as I can! I hope I win!!!!

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  21. Oh how adorable. I'd make some napkins, dish towels, pillows, I'd get busy making some fantastic holiday styles for the home.

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  22. OH the list is very long - pillows, mug rugs, quilts!

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  23. I dont even know what I would make but I can just imagine all the possibilities!

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  24. I would make garland for in all sorts of happy colors. And I would use it for quilting (because I hate cutting!) and all sorts of other fun things! (How did you get them to give you one to give away, btw?) Pick me! Pick me!

    Hugs,
    Heather
    heather@retroreduxgallery.com

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  25. I'd use it for appliques and oh so many other things for the holidays :)

    ogheeh at yahoo dot com

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  26. I don't even have a rotary cutter yet. been looking. I'd use the strip cutter die for sure. Would love some straight pieces to make...all kinds of blue & gray things for baby's room. :)

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  27. I would make fun holiday gifts of some sort! :)

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  28. I need a new toy to suck me back into the crafting world :)

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  29. I make a ton of appliques for my Etsy shop. This would be great:) Such a time saver too. Thanks for the chance

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  30. I would applique the heck out of everything I could get my hands on!!!

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  31. I SO want to make a hexagon quilt with the Go Baby!

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  32. Oh my goodness! This would totally make quilt appliques so much easier to make...along with the fabric roses that are all the rage...letters and designs for tee shirts...the list could go on and on!!

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  33. Throw pillow appliqués!!! :)

    Andrealangman@yahoo.com

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  34. Oh, what a great giveaway!! I'd love to use this to help make my very first quilt - it's a fall/winter goal of mine!

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  35. I'd LOVE to make a quilt for my friend's new baby, and this would definitely speed things up.

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  36. I am a quick and easy type of girl, especially when it comes to crafting! Because of that, I have never attempted a quilt. I would love to, though! I think winning this would be a push into the direction of making my first quilt. :)

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  37. oh what a fun giveaway!! A quilt would be in the making fo sho!!

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  38. Wow thanks for the chance to enter Crystal. I would love to do some letter applique onto some different handmade items.
    Tameeka :)

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  39. I would love to make shirts for my daughter!

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  40. I Would make lots and lots of quilt pieces!!!!!

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  41. I would love to have this awesome machine to make 3 baby quilts for little ones arriving in my extended family in the next few months:)Also for quilts for my two little boys for Christmas :)Thank you so much!!!!

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  42. I would be making appliqued shirts ALL the time. It would be fantastic!!!!

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  43. I would love to make appliqued shirts and have a circle die to make ruffled flowers!
    It would be such a time saver!

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  44. Oh the possibilities are endless.... I would make all things appliqued (dish towels, pillows, clothing, you name it). Of course there would be blankets and taggies oh my.

    hair dot chick 4 u at gmail dot com

    Thanks so much!

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  45. My daughters would love this for embellishing totes and shirts.

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  46. I would use it to make quilt pieces and appliques. But my 12 year daughter would love it even more. She would use it to make appliques for her t-shirts and jeans. It would make it so much easier on her, since she likes to do it all herself.

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  47. I would use this for quilting. It would save so much time!

    morgans1129 at gmail.com

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  48. Baby quilts. Lots and lots of baby quilts! And maybe some of those adorable potholders you whipped up with yours!

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  49. Hmmmm....either pillows for Christmas gifts or t-shirts for my daughter's girl scouts troop!

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  50. Love the idea of applique tees and onesies but I'd probably make appliques to decorate my son's walls with. They're so plain and I love the idea of using fabric to decorate with.

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  51. This is such a cool item. My family always quilts, and this would make certain parts of that process so much more efficient and fast.

    jessicarwarfield(at)gmail(dot)com

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  52. I would make a quilt for our guest bedroom. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  53. Wow! It's nice to see all your readers showing up....lol I would make some shirts and matching pants for my grand daughter. And my try my hand at making her a quilt. Have a good day!

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  54. I would make more applique clothing...Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  55. I'm buying a sewing machine sunday. It would be great to go along with it. I've had my eye on a Go! Baby cutter. I have so many things in mind that I would like to make. I could list forever.

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  56. I would make X-mas ornaments that are baby friendly!

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  57. ooh crossing my fingers. Would love to have this, would give me the push to start my first quilt. Would knock one thing off my craft bucket list..

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  58. Appliqued clothing for my beautiful grandsons......

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  59. I would make a picture quilt to hang up on the wall and Christmas jammies. Great giveaway, thanks for sharing!

    dineshjill at yahoo dot com

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  60. I would not be able to make anything with this as I am not gifted in that area, but the day you posted about buying this product, I was out looking for one for my mom. She is very talented and "crafty" and I think she would use this a lot. She has had a rough couple of years with the death of her father, followed by her nephew while serving in Afghanistan, and then going through a divorce. I know this would be such a blessing to her and help her to earn some extra income.
    Jen

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  61. Oh Holiday appliques for sewing onto cards, appliques for cuting up some of dd's clothes, making bibs and burp cloths for friends having babies....I could dream all day about this.

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  62. I'm wanting to learn to quilt so I'd totally make that!!!!

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  63. Well, I might actually make another quilt! I bet with that it wouldn't take me over 10 years to finish like the quilt sampler I just finished last year!

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  64. I would makes quilts, quilts, and more quilts...and maybe some super cute applique t-shirts for my kiddos!

    capriciousperspective@gmail.com

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  65. I would use it to make matching appliqued shirts for my three new grandbabies...

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  66. I would love to use this for my mixed media projects and my art dolls! It would also be GREAT for gifts!!!
    jinglesells at gmail dot com

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  67. I would make some lovlies for my children at church who have declared that I host a craft night with them :)
    ~Molly P

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  68. I'll make super awesome birthday shirts for my girls!

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  69. This would come in handy for all the appliques on quilts I do.

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  70. I would definitely use it for appliques! Matching shirts for the girls would be adorable!

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  71. custom onesies for all my friends having babies! Great giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  72. What a sweet giveaway! I would make lots with it, probably starting with some potholders and burp cloths, appliques for tshirts and onesies...I can think of a million things! I hope I win!!

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  73. I so desperately long to make my kids cute quilts for their beds. This would be so fun to have around.

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  74. I would make Christmas gifts for my son and daughter's classmates and teachers! Teachers are getting the shaft here in WI due to our Governor so they deserve to get something extra cute this year for the holidays!

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  75. i would make some cute little appliqued t-shirts for my kiddos!!

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  76. Would love to have this to make applique stuff for my little girl and also to help with the quilt I plan to make for her this winter!

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  77. I would love to make a quilt for our new house! karaleah82@hotmail.com

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  78. There are so many things I would make. I can't choose.

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  79. I would love to win! I make quilts and bags. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  80. my first quilt-- how cool it would be!

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  81. Shirts for my little guy? Hair things for my sweet girl? I'm just learning to sew and would love a fun new treat to make things easier!!

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  82. Hi Crystal....
    Thanks for the opportunity to enter to win this item. What I would like to do is make baby quilts/accessories for a women's shelter near where I live. The center always accepts donations for miscellaneous items, but I thought it would be nice to make individualized baby items to help these women feel a little special. Some of these women and children have it really rough and are trying to rebuild their lives post-abuse. I just purchased another sewing machine yesterday and I plan on getting started tonight! I am so excited I could just b-u-s-t!!

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  83. I would love to make cards, appliques, fun tags for gifts... so many things! I hope I win! :)

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  84. I would love it to make applique pieces for kids clothing and bibs or quilt pieces.
    Thanks for the chance to win one of these awesome machines

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  85. I have been dying to try those cool tumbler patterns- pillows and quilts I see everywhere. I so couldn't cut that many out....cutting is not my strong suit...but with this.....I'd be unstoppable! Pick me! : )

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  86. I'm thinking dish towel appliques and little stuffed Christmas ornaments.

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  87. First on my list is some appliqué t-shirts for my boys!

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  88. Oh! I have been eyeing this for a while! Thanks for the great opportunity Crystal!

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  89. Christmas gifts for starters!!! I want to have a handmade Christmas for our extended family.

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  90. I would make quilt blocks for sure!

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  91. Love the mystery picture on the blog.

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  92. I'd love to try using it for my craft fair onsies w/ matching baby blankets. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  93. Ahhhh the possiblities!!mwahaha but serioulsy probably pillows so mnany pillows..

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  94. I would definitely make a circle quilt. Or two. Possibly five. At the moment, I am circle challenged. :) I would also use it make some amazing gifts for my second homemade Christmas. :)

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  95. This is awesome. I would make more quilts. I am not a Dan of cutting them out. And I woul make more appliqued sayings.

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  96. Oh, I really really want one of these!! I'd use it for applique, and to cut circles (I have a circle cutter, but it takes so long...) And maybe this would be the thing that pushes me over the edge to actually quilting. Which I really want to try, but feel like I need to wait until my kids are out of the house (which is going to be a long way away...)

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  97. I would make so many cute appliqued shirts for my two boys it isn't even funny!

    -Amanda
    ohmandie7@yahoo.com

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  98. I would make lots and lots of Christmas presents!

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  99. I would make fun t-shirts for my kids! And who knows what else?! I would be forced to be creative and crafty! Yay! :)

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  100. Some colorful circles hung around the house to add some cheer!

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  101. I would love to get a head start on Christmas projects with this thing. It's amazing!

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  102. The question should be what WONT I make. I'll start with onesies. Then towels. Then pillows. Then shirts. Sigh. This would be dreamy.

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  103. I would make some of those cute pot holders!

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  104. Quilts! ;) Hexagons and more hexagons!

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  105. I would like to start appliqueing holiday shirts and onesies. I think this would be such a great product to have.

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  106. OMGoodness! I would so so so love this! I make hairbows that use lots of circles and it would be soooo nice to crank them out with this!

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  107. Are you kidding? What wouldn't I make;) Applique shirts would be so fun!

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  108. I don't' know. Maybe I'd finally use my sewing machine. I'd probably make whatever you told me would be easiest to make. :)

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  109. It would help me get my craft on. I am due in Dec and we aren't finding out what we are having, that makes it next to impossible to shop for something. It makes it necessary to start making things. This would ease the process quite a bit.

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  110. eeek. What wouldn't I make. Applique shirts for my kiddos would be first. Thank you. Thank you. :)

    blancacarlson@live.com

    I follow your blogs and love them by the way but it wasn't letting me sign in so I'm "anonymous". hehe. :)

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  111. I can think of so many wonderful things I could make! I love your blog! I would love to win this. C segarsmt@windstream.net

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  112. My six-year-old daughter is just learning to use the sewing machine (both from me and her grammy) and this could create some really fun projects for her.

    She can learn to make her own t-shirt designs, holiday presents for her little brothers, quilts for her Liv dolls - so much fun!

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  113. I would do something as simple as a quilt made with only half-square triangles. I think it would be an enjoyable project with triangles that are all perfectly cut!
    Thanks for the give-away!
    cambroz at yahoo dot com

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  114. Ahh!! :) I would make tons and tons of things! First I would probably applique tons of my new baby boy's onesies ;) Would so love this!

    You truly get that God blesses you for you to bless others.

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