{NSM} Fall in Love with Go! Baby

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Go! Baby

Today’s tool is not in my tool kit but certainly on my wish list!
Hello, I’m Kellie from Nest of Posies.
Lover of all carbs, crafts & design.
Handmade shop owner & most importantly Mommy to 3.
Finding pleasure in making a home that is creative & yummy to our souls.
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What a fun series! I mean, you can never go wrong with someone basically telling you what’s their most favorite tool & their top-secret tips!  You can’t buy that kind of info!
I’m thrilled to be guest posting over here. One thing is for sure, there’s so many wonderful, fabulous tools out there to be able to create anything.  My tool of choice to share today is the GO! Baby cutting machine-made by Accuquilt.  I think it would be pretty fair to say that I use it at least 4 days a week.  It truly is an amazing little machine!

 

Go! Baby Fall Dies
The above is one of their Fall dies.  Basically you cut whatever type of supply (paper, card stock, fabric, felt etc.) you want to fit the shape of your die & run (or roll) it through your machine.  Yes, it’s that easy!  You just layer your fabric in between a die & a cutting mat.  Your power is your arm turning the handle. For this simple project I used wool felt.

 

Fall Garland

The cuts are so precise & far better than cutting by hand.   Accuquilt is also a very seasonal company (we love those seasonal companies, don’t we?)  They have a die or 2 for every season!   Here’s another example of what I made with the leaves last week.  The possibilities are endless!

Fall Garland

Whether you’re sewing, making a quilt or decorating your home you’ll find many uses for the GO! Baby.  It is an investment piece, but one that you wont regret having in your supply of resources.

Love it Kellie! Thanks so much for sharing your fall garland with us.  As I mentioned, I do not own this yet but have used it in the past to cut up scraps and loved it!!  Running the fabric through the cutter made quick work of this easy flower brooch.

 

 

Comments

  1. Thank you for this post, it was helpful for me since I have been looking into fabric cutters for while now and never heard of this one. I headed right over to the site and checked them out, and have to say this is going on my wish list. Thanks again!

  2. Lisa McGriff says:

    Hi ladies, I have a Go Baby and I would love to sell it. I bought it thinking I would use it all the time and I just don’t. Nothing wrong with it. It worked great for the project I made. If anyone is interested please email me at lisamcgriff@hotmail.com… Lisa from Alabama!

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