9.21.2010

Diamond in a square quilt block {a mini tutorial} and a giveaway!

 I love my Accuquilt GO! It's such a handy tool!
I shared last week how I prep my bindings using the Accuquilt GO!
Now I've made a diamond in a square quilt block using the Accuquilt GO!
Materials needed:
Value Die
1- approx 5" square
1- 2"x6" strip of material
Using your value die you will lay the blue print on the 1/2 square triangle section of the die. Then lay your ivory material on the 4 1/2" square portion of the die.
Place the cutting mat on the die and roll through the Accuquilt GO! cutter.
I like how the scraps were pretty minimal.
My cut pieces.
For one block you will need four 1/2 square triangles and 1 4 1/2" square.
Now sew two of the triangles onto your background, as shown in the image above.
Trim away excess material.
Press the block open.
Sew the other two 1/2 square triangles onto the block, as shown in the image above.
Trim away excess materials and press. Creating one 4 1/2" diamond in a square quilt block.
I love the Accuquilt GO! It's so much fun to sew with PERFECTLY cut materials!
Wouldn't you love to have an Accuquilt GO! of your own? We'll Accuquilt is is sponsoring an Accuquilt GO! giveaway! With this giveaway you will win 1 Accuquilt GO! cutter and 3 dies of your choice.

There are two ways you can win. 
First- Become a follower of our blog, Facebook page or Twitter page.
Second- Have you heard of Talkin' Tuesdays? If you haven't you're missing out. Each Tuesday night we host an all things sewing chat on Twitter. #talknt. Please leave a comment with a question or topic that you would like to discuss during Talkin' Tuesdays! (click here for more information about Talkin' Tuesdays)

If you just leave a comment that says "pick me" you will not be entered to win the Accuquilt GO! cutter.

Thanks!!!

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292 comments:

  1. I'm a follower of the blog and your facebook page.

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  2. Also, a topic for Talkin' Tuesday's would be how to design a quilt. Give ideas of how you pick colors, come up with the design, etc.

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  3. Follower of all three...feels kind of stalker-esque saying that lol.

    I'd love to know how many people are doing machine vs hand binding.

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  4. I'm a follower of your blog and facebook page!

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  5. My question for Talkin' Tuesday would be " How do you do your bindings? Do you make your own?

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  6. I follow your blog and facebook and love it!!

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  7. FINALLY! ha ha ha ; as you know , I already follow you everywhere .... and my question is about binding ; I'm working on my first one , so , any tips for a newby . I have it pieced and pressed in 1/2 and ready to go tomorrow , and yes , I am nervous I will mess it up !!!!! oh , and I want to do it all by machine ........

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  8. I always want to join Talkin' Tuesday but it is the same night as my little sewing night. We go to friends houses and work on project till about midnight :) Good Times. Maybe if it ends early one time I can join in. I do have a question though. Why did you choose your particular long arm quilter aka what do you look for in a long arm quilter. (I would love to purchase one a few years down the road, but I have no idea where to start.)

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  9. My question is similar to Melissa's but instead of a LA machine, it is about picking a LA quilter person. How do you go about picking someone to do your LA quilting? What questions should you ask/things to look for?

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  10. I am a follower on your blog.
    thanks
    lbroadstreet@tds.net

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  11. I'm a follower and like your facebook page :)

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  12. I follow your blog! :)

    lissie.loo@gmail.com

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  13. Of course I want the chance to win a GO! I'm already a follower here and just became a follower on Facebook!

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  14. I am a follower of your blog.

    dlussier10@gmail.com

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  15. I'd LOVE LOVE LOVE to win a Go! I follow your blog and Twitter account. Love your tutorials!

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  16. Pick me, pick me! Oh, oops. ;) I'm a follower of your blog, on Facebook, on Twitter... :)

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  17. Here's a topic for Talkin' Tuesday: Tula Pink vs. Walmart. What should be done and is there anything quilters can do about it?

    lissie.loo@gmail.com

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  18. I'm a follower of your blog! I love that Frolic fabric you used for this tute! I'm using the same fabric in all the colorways on a baby quilt...love those spots!

    MGM

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  19. I follow, I like, I guess I just stalk. :-) I love all the things you have done and really appreciate the time you have taken to show the rest of us how you do what you do.

    As far as Talking Tuesdays, I would love to know how to put my own charm packs together. I seem to screw up the colors every time. They are either too contrasty or too matchy-matchy.

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  20. And I will just continue along the binding questions: how wide do people cut it and how wide of a foot do they use to sew it on? I've seen 2.5" with a 3/8" foot, 2.25" with a 1/4" foot...

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  21. I'm a follower of the blog and the facebook page.

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  22. I am a follower of your blog and love it! I cannot believe how easy the Go cutter works in cutting different patterns. I also love the Frolic line of fabric!

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  23. For Talkin' Tuesdays, I'd love a discussion on quilting perfectionism -- if you make a mistake, and you're the only one that will ever notice, do you unpick and fix it or just leave it and live with it?

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  24. Do you know how long I've been waiting for you to offer this giveaway....I've done a lot of these on other blogs that I follow (of stalk heeheehee) which I haven't won yet....it would be nice to win let me tell ya....

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  25. I'm a Facebook follower, blog follower, and twitter follower . . . can I get three entries for that? *hee hee*
    Thanks for the little tute ~ looks so easy! And I voted!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  26. I am a follower of your blog & a big fan of your beautiful quilting!

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  27. I've been voting every day for Kathleen's quilt - not just because you say to, but because I like it the best, too!

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  28. I'm a follower on Facebook and I follow your blog.

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  29. A topic that I'm interested in is proper ironing techniques when making a quilt. My quilts don't always turn out flat when I iron them.

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  30. I'm new to Twitter but I signed up for tonight - sounds like fun! I hope I can figure it out!
    My question would be about the rag quilt dies for the GO ~ has anyone tried these? Do they work well or is it hard to keep all the little cuts out of the way while you're sewing?
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  31. I am a follower of on facebook and the blog!!

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  32. I'm a follower of the blog but I don't Twitter or FB. Talkin' Tuesdays sounds like a blast but it's pretty late for this East Coast working girl!.

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  33. I would love to know of any quilter directory for sorry folks who don't live in UT, whose favorite quilter went back to full time nursing and whose undone projects are mounting...I of course need to practice my machine quilting skills, but really its going to take a lot of practice!

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  34. talkin tuesday..

    How do you come up with your designs on your quilts?

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  35. I'm a blog follower, facebook follower, AND twitter follower! Do I get an extra entry? jk, thanks for the chance!

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  36. I would like you to talk about making pieced borders with scraps on Talkin' Tuesdays. I'm going to try to get on there from now on it sounds like fun!

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  37. Oh my gosh this is so awesome!! I'm already a follower of your blog, and I'm also a follower of your facebook :)

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  38. I follow your blog via google reader. Love it!

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  39. Here is a question for Talkin' Tuesday: How do you decide what to quilt when you do a "custom" job?

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  40. I'm a follower of the blog and facebook! My question is...I would love to know more about how you plan your quilts and where you get your ideas. I'm a big fan of the "I'm Blushing" quilt and would love to know more about how you get your ideas.

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  42. I am a follower of your blog and on Facebook. Thanks for your great work, and such a great shop!

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  43. I have participated in the Talkin' Tuesdays. I enjoyed it a lot. I try to do other ones, the time is just a bit later in my time zone. A question I have is about binding. I have yet to bind my own quilts. What do you think is the fastest way to do it? I really need to finish some, and you seem to bust them out so quickly. Thanks again!

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  44. Here's my question (although I don't think I can participate in the talk because it will be 11pm here when it starts): How do others go about creating accurate 1/4" seams? I have a 1/4" seam foot for my machine but it doesn't seem to be accurate and it's very frustrating!

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  45. I'm a follower of your blog, Facebook page, and twitter!

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  46. I "LIKE" you on Facebook - so I'm a follower there...I am also a follower of your blog!! I would love to hear about tips for sewing on binding durint Talkin' Tuesdays!!

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  47. I'm a follower of your blog and FB.

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  48. I'm a follower of your blog. Thank you for taking the time to share.

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  49. Here's to hoping Kathleen wins the contest.

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  50. I want a GO! cutter so bad....love your blog and tryed to enjoy on Talkin' Tuesdays last week but could not figure out how it worked...maybe this week.
    Thanks for the giveaway....

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  51. I'm a follower and check your blog everyday! I would love to win one of these bad boys!! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  52. I already follow you everywhere but now your blog too. :-) I'm signed up for the Talkin' Tuesday for tonight already thanks to my friend at Fabrics N Quilts.

    I just voted for Kathleen!

    Thanks for hosting such a great giveaway!

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  53. Question: What kind of tutorials are your favorite?

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  54. OHhh I sooo follow you on twitter and FB!! ;)

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  55. If I didn't have music rehearsals every Tuesday night, I'd so be talkin' with you quilters weekly!! And if I happened to stay home tonight, I'd love to discuss machine quilting and how to do it on smaller quilts vs. bigger quilts.

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  56. I'm following you.Thanks for the giveaway!

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  57. Oh I'd love to have one of these!!

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  58. I am a follower and facebook fan.

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  59. My question is "Do you press your seams to the side or press them open?"

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  60. I'd love to hear about some tips/suggestions on batting and what is the best to choose for specific projects.

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  61. I follow your blog and I love it! You are very talented and I love your style.

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  62. I'm a follower on your blog, and would just explode if i won!

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  63. My topic for Talkin' Tuesdays is binding a quilt. Do you hand sew it or machine sew it? Are there any techniques to make it look better if you machine sew it?

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  64. I follow your blog and "like" your fb page!

    For a Talkin' topic, how long have you been doing, and how long did it take you to get good at, LA quilting?

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  65. You know Natalia I follow your blog, you are on my list...and YES I voted for your Mom...her quilt like all others are over the top gorgeous...YES a GO GO GO...
    me, msamm

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  66. I have been a follower of this blog for some time and read it faithfully. I love the quick mini-tutorials, like todays.

    For Talking Tuesday topics, I would like to see something on designing for hand quilting.

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  67. I am a follower of the blog and the FB page :)

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  68. For Talkin Tuesdays, I would love to hear what method/what thinking you do when choosing prints/solids and a design for a new quilt. Do you find the inspiration from everyday things, or you just right away see a finished project in your head, or you just come up with it as you go?

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  69. I love your blog! I follow everything already, so, I guess I am your shadow! Thanks for the free motion quilting posts the other day, they are wonderful!

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  70. Yay! What a great giveaway!! SO excited...for you...and for me to win! ;)

    I am a blog follower, Facebook follower, and Twitter too! I pretty much love everything you do, so if you're doing it, I'm following it. :)

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  71. I am a follower of your blog, twitter and fb.

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  72. I'd follow you into the nearest quilt shop!!!! (and on facebook !!!) Your blog is inspiring....mine seems kinda sad and empty..but I'm just starting out. Thanks for the square in the square 'toot'...I really could not think of a good use for the value offered die. If I win your GO contest...I' use it when I travel, and when I go visit my grandkids....MANY THANKS....
    April

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  73. I love Talkin Tuesdays, so much that I even sometimes get on there on Mondays and tweet to myself on accident. (Okay, that was my first one, and I was so confused why I was the only one tweeting...too funny)

    ANYWAYS! I have so much I want to know from all of you that are making AMAZING quilts. But right now, I'm stuck on fabrics. I got all excited to start some blocks, got everything ready...and sat and spazzed about what fabrics go together!! I ended up giving up for the night and accomplishing nothing. So...I've seen some people have color coded cards, how do other people put patterns and colors together!???!

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  74. I am now a follower here on the blog and will find you on facebook.

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  75. I am a follower of your blog!
    Nice tutorial, really simple and easy for people like me, to understand;)

    Debbie

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  76. Wow love your GO block. I am a follower of your blog :-)

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  77. I haven't been to a talkin tuesday, always working on things, at night. It is the only way I can keep up, lol.

    I am thinking christmas next, so would love to see some topics on christmas quilts and runners and maybe gift ideas.

    Debbie

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  78. I follow your blog, facebook and on twitter.Are we entered if we already follow you ?
    I bet the Go helps with fingers hurting from all the cutting you dont have to do now ! Do the think the cost of the diffrent plates to cut diffrent sizes are worth buying?I could even teach my grand kids to help and not worry about them cutting it wrong or cutting themselfs.Thanks for showing it to us and all the tutorial.

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  79. I follow your blog....very nice blog.

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  80. I follow your blog and your FAcebook page. Sorry I don't Twitter. Very nice blog, so glad I found it.

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  81. I follow your blog and your FAcebook page. Sorry I don't Twitter. Very nice blog, so glad I found it.

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  82. A subject that I am interested in is freemotion quilting....I just started trying it on my home machine. I have had fun with it. I will be there for Talking tuesdays.

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  83. I am interested in how to choose a good long arm quilter.

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  84. I have just become a follower of your blog. The Accuquilt Go cutter looks awesome! Thanks for showing it to us.

    Arabella

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  85. I am not home on Tuesday nights. Boo. I am in Salt Lake in a choir that night.
    I guess my question would be: is there much waste when using the AccuQuilt Go! since you have to tilt it sideways and it cuts out one tiny piece in the center?
    Since I won't be there on Tuesday night, maybe you could refer me to a link that has answers?
    ~a

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  86. I was a follower of your blog, just not officially. Now I am.

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  87. For your Talkin' Tuesdays topic- your favorite, must have quilting gadget.

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  88. i am a follower, i would so love to have one of these! thanks for the great giveaway, i love your blog!

    dawson.tracy35@yahoo.com

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  89. I'm following your blog! Congrats on the giveaway! :)

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  90. I am a follower of your blog and I love it!

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  91. I am now a follower! Just found you on FB...thanks for the chance, Sandy

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  92. I follow everything! Always get excited to see what you come up with next. What is the secret to determining how much fabric is needed for a quilt? is there a magic formula out there somewhere?

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  93. I follow on Facebook and read every post!!

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  94. I'm a follower of your blog!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  95. A topic for Talkin' Tuesdays: How to use large print fabrics that you don't really like.. :)

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  96. I follow your blog! It gives me lots of ideas!

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  97. I am a follower of your blog but can't use facebook or twitter. Both of those sites lock up my poor old computer! Strange too because I go to the Accuquilt site all the time and watch the videos with no problems. My question for 'talkin tuesdays' would be about applique. Can you machine applique any pattern or are there some that absolutely must be done by hand? OH, I also voted for Kathleen in the McCalls Quilt Design Star Contest! When I saw her quilt it took my breath away. Absolutely beautiful. Amazing piecing! Thanks to both you and Accuquilt for a chance to have a GO! Good Luck to Everyone!!!

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  98. I follow your blog through Google Reader.

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  99. I think a good topic would be: Easy ways to increase quilt size. I often find quilts I like, but they are wall hangings or just too small! Thanks

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  100. I am a follower.

    Topic - the dreaded binding, always!

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  101. I'm a follower (on Windows Live), but I don't do Twitter. I found you on Facebook though! Nice giveaway!

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  102. Great post & giveaway Natalia. I'm not entering, but wanted to let you know I've posted about this on my page for sharing insights on contests & giveaways: http://sewcalgal.blogspot.com/p/giveaways.html
    I'll also share on my main page, in a blog post tomorrow. But I don't see your deadline?

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  103. I am already a follower, and I would love to win this!! If I don't win one, I am going to have to buy one!!

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  104. I would really like to say "pick me" but well :)
    I am a follower of your blog ;)

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  105. I love your blog! Of course I am a follower!

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  106. I did talk'n tuesdays a couple of weeks ago, I will try to get some in tonight too!

    I think it would be fun to talk about your favorite Go template, or your favorite ruler

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  107. I'm a follower of your blog & your facebook page. I'd love to play with an go cutter, thank you for offering the giveaway :-)

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  108. I would love to hear about color on Talkin Tuesdays. I never feel confident picking which colors go well together unless it's pre-chosen for me!

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  109. I'm a follower and I've been to Talkin Tuesdays ...I won the Pure charm pack the first week ...thank you soooo much!!!

    Thanks for this chance to win a GO! cutter ...I would love to own one.

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  110. Oops forgot about a Talkin Tuesday question. Anything to do with machine quilting would be so helpful to me.

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  111. I am a new blog follower -and just went to vote on your gorgeous quilt!!! What fun!

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  112. I follow you on Facebook & your blog

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  113. I follow your blog in Google Reader and am a Facebook Fan. Thank you.

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  114. My question for Talking Tuesday is.... Is there a lot of fabric preparation that has to be done before using a GO! ? ( like cutting into certain size strips, ironing fabric, getting grainline straight, etc) Does the fabric have o be repositioned when cutting something like tumblers or does it cut several side by side at once??

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  115. Kathleen's quilt is beautiful...I love her border

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  116. I follow you everywhere. Sounds like a stalker thing lol.

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  117. I voted for Kathleen's gorgeous quilt! I would have voted for it anyways because it's amazing.

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  118. I follow your blog. Thanks to you for hosting this grand giveaway. The square in a square tutorial was eye opening. You made it so straight forward.

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  119. I normally work Tuesdays so I haven't been around for any Talkin' Tuesdays. I'm always looking for tips for hand quilting though.

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  120. I follow you both on your blog and facebook!

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  121. I would love some quick ideas for quilting with jellyrolls!

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  122. Talking Thursdays topic: how do you choose the quilting pattern design (the work on jaybirds ribbon quilt is amazing) - handquilting vs machine quilting any difference on pattern selected?

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  123. I don't tweet, but I just posted on facebook how much I love your blog. :) Here's hoping you have a great day!!! {{huggs}

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  124. I follow you on all three, and now I feel like a stalker lol!

    Love Talkin' Tuesdays; hope to get to join in tonight but on a quilt deadline. anyway, would love to discuss how people got started quilting and what is their favorite part? the craft? meeting people?

    Thanx for the chance!

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  125. I am a follower on your blog and love this square in a square, very clever! Elaine
    echristian851@gmail.com

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  126. I read your blog all the time although I just signed up to be a followerer. I went and placed a vote for Karhleen for her beautiful quilt, I also voted for her a few days ago, hope she wins. For the Talkin' Tuesdays, how about stash reducing tips? I like your tutorial. Please enter me in your drawing.

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  127. Hi I just signed up to follow your blog and facebook. please enter me in the giveaway.

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  128. Happily, I already am a follower of your blog! ~karen

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  129. For a Tuesday topic, how about discussing what the long armer needs from those their clients when they give them a quilt to finish?

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  130. Already follow you on all three. :P

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  131. For a Talking Tuesday topic, I would like to learn more about marking quilts for handquilting. ~karen

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  132. Talknt Question: What is the one thing about quilting that you most wish you knew when you first started?

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  133. Hi, Natalia! I'm a follower of your blog already....

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  134. Hi! I follow your blog using Google Reader. Love it! Thanks for the giveaway offer.

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  135. I'd like to talk about hand quilting. I've never done it and could use some tips.

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  136. I'm a follower of your blog and facebook page.

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  137. I'm a follower of your blog and facebook page.

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  138. For Talkin' Tuesdays.... I'd like to know more about completely machine stitching on the bindng.

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  139. And my topic for Tuesdays would be suggestions for training up the next generation to sewing and quilting. Do others do it? How do they do it? Kids or adults? Do you think it needs to be done?

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  140. Thanks! I'm now a follower of your blog AND I LIKE you on facebook. Off to vote for you!

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  141. Talkin' Tuesdays sound so fun. I totally enjoyed the one I went to, but I can't get it to work on Twitter. (Anything that feels like that much work to figure out makes me give up! I did try the first two weeks there, though!) Anyway, if I could get there, I would be interested to hear how other people design their quilts- I am always obsessively coloring on graph paper.

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  143. I am a follower of all three already, I also follow u on flicker. :) (which is how I found you in the first place)

    I would like to talk about how you perfected your machine quilting...

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  144. TT topic: How much do you (quilters in general) think you spend on quilting fabric/notions every month?

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  145. As for a topic for Talkin Tuesdays, I would like to know the easiest way to square up a quilt top to send to a long arm quilter. I have never squared up a quilt top before and I know that a lot of LA quilters require it.Thanks!=)

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  147. Pick Me! Love your blog and facebook updates. You are very inspirational!!!

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  148. I'm hooked - I follow your blog, FB, and Twitter!

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  149. What's a good project for a beginner - adult and child

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  150. And I voted for Kathleen almost everyday, thanks for the reminders!

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  151. I am already a follower. nlundeen at catt dot com

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  152. I know you are a long arm quilter, but my question would be tips on how to make quilting easier on a regular sewing machine. I have trouble with my fabric not gliding smoothly while trying to free motion quilt...plus my quilt is hard to maneuver at times. Would love to know the answers. nlundeen at catt dot com

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  153. My topic for Talkin' Tuesdays would be a talk on (strangely enough since I'm entering a GO giveaway) more accurate cutting techniques. I feel like the angle of my rotary cutter can make a huge difference!

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  154. I follow you all 3 places. Does that make me a stalker? LOL.

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  155. I would love to discuss freehand quilting techniques. I have tried but man it's not easy.

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  157. Looks like it. Woo hoo. Would like to know more about bindings.

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  158. Looks like it. Woo hoo. Would like to know more about bindings.

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  159. I follow here and on Facebook. I really like the block you just posted. I'd better write that one down so I can put it on my list of things to make.

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  160. How cool is the Accuquilt? And what a timesaver. Similar to scrapbook die cut machines! Thanks for the chance to win. As far as Tuesday topics i have not been able to participate so i am not sure of the discussions already but i would be interested in maybe the top 5 go-to reasonably priced quilt gadgets or helps you guys would suggest. Thanks!

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  161. I am a follower on your blog. I'd like to hear you discuss how to cut costs. It doesn't seem to be a problem for many of the blogs I read, but I do have a budget!

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  162. I am a follower of your blog. I've always wanted to know how you decide on a quilting pattern. I'm always looking for a good way to pick a design.

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  163. I follow on facebook. It would be wonderful to be able to sew so accurately. :)

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  164. I'm a follower of the blog. Love it! Thanks for the opportunity to win a GO!

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  165. Thanks for the great tutorial on the block! I can see where the accuquilt would really be a time saver in making a lot of these. I recently discovered your website and blog, and I am now a fan on facebook. Sorry, I do not twitter, so I cannot join in on your Tuesday chats. Your blog is an inspiration!

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  166. Following you to my hearts content Natalia;) hehehe

    Nice talking to you on Talkin' Tuesdays tonight and I was so happy when my questions/comments were finally being seen:)

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  167. How about a topic about squaring up your quilt top. It would sure help me:P

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  168. I'm a follower of your blog. Love it!

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  169. I'm also a follower on facebook :)

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  170. I missed talkin tuesday (darned time zone difference, and squirrely preschooler who took a long time to go to bed), but would love to talk sewing machines in the future - what does everyone have, and what do you like and dislike about it?

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  171. Please count me in as a follower amongst your friends :)

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  172. I follow both your blog and Facebook page......and I would love to win the "GO" cutter.

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  173. An idea for Talkin' Tuesday is different ways to make a quilt label.

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  174. Great blog...I subscribed a while a go.

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  175. Talkin' Tuesday subject: I would love to learn how people can pick out or come up with a quilt design based on a certain amount of fabric they have. For example I have 2 charm packs, 12 fat quarters, and some yardage and need to somehow turn it into a twin size. But I"m a beginner so I need something simple. It takes forever to find a pattern to work with what I have.

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  176. im folowing on facebook

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  177. Just signed up to be a follower! I
    also voted for Kathleen.

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