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    Love to quilt but hate to cut? Donít miss the Accuquilt Blockbuster at 7pm on Thursday 14th December featuring the GO! Big Electronic Fabric Cutter with FREE Flying Geese Die, Cutting Mat and Pattern & Idea Book with 20% if you are a member of the Create and Craft Club. 


    The GO! Big Fabric Cutter Starter Set is perfect for anyone wanting a brand-new machine to make their fabric cutting easier. Capable of accurately cutting up to six layers of cotton fabric at a time, it is easy to use and folds down for portability and easy storage within your craft room. Accuquilt studies have also shown that using the Accuquilt GO! Cutter is 90% faster than traditional quilt cutting methods of standard rotary cutters or scissors, plus an added bonus is that it also allows you to make the most of your cutting machine material, meaning less fabric waste.


    Patchwork and quilting teacher, Stuart Hillard will be demonstrating this fantastic machine which is available with Festive Flexi Ė meaning you can spread the cost over 4 interest-free payments. For more information, CLICK HERE.


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      Sep 2012
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      Default V&A Crafts

      Not quite sure which section to post this in, as it's multiple fabric crafts really, sewing, knitting, cross stitch, felting...

      The V&A are selling some very expensive kits (I haven't checked but I wouldn't be surprised if they were cheaper elsewhere) but if you scroll down on the link, they are also having free drop-in sessions for various crafty themes. Might make a nice C******** gift for someone special (or yourself!)

      If you're in London, it might be worth popping in.
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      I think most museums are pretty expensive when it comes to selling anything and everything, including crafting stuff. I am sure I have seen some of them for sale on another site. I think it was one of the many museums in the Leeds area, Kirkstall Abbey or perhaps Temple Newsam.

      Always look on the bright side, if you can't find it then polish up the dull side. :mysmilie_484:

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