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Have you met BOB?

Posted on: August 2nd, 2014 by Lorna McMahon

I’m going to let you in on a little SECRET…

I am madly in love with BOB!  BOB is just so much FUN!  I have had the hots for BOB since I first laid eyes on this Ohio Star block design way back in May.

Who is BOB?  BOB stands for Block on Board.  BOB die designs enable you to cut the pieces for an entire block with just one die.  BOB is so Easy!  Every shape you need for the block is included on that one die!

BOB die designs will enable you cut all your fabric for an entire quilt quickly.  No more cutting strips and subcutting them into smaller pieces.  Bob is so Fast!  You can cut an entire block in just one crank of the handle!

And because you only need one die, BOB die designs are a fabulous deal!  BOB has Value!

How many choices are there?  There is plenty of BOB to go around!  A total of 21 different AccuQuilt GO! BOB die designs to choose from!

GO! Flowering Snowball (55252)
GO! Snowball (55330)
GO! Log Cabin (55349)
GO! Hunter Star (55166)
GO! Blazing Star (55051)
GO! Bowties (55413)
GO! Winding Ways (55069)
GO! Kite (55254)
GO! Ohio Star (55174)
GO! Drunkard’s Path 3.5″ (55070)
GO! Drunkard’s Path 7″ (55034)
GO! Dresden Plates (55071)
GO! Double Wedding Ring (55078)
GO! Rob Peter to Pay Paul (55068)

Want to get to know BOB a little better?  Be sure to join me later this month!

Come along on a tour with me!  You’ll see BOB in action and all the wonderful projects made using the BOB die designs.  The BOB Blog Hop will run from August 18 – August 29th.

Keep On Quilting On!

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11 Responses

  1. Vicki says:

    I have decided to save up for my own aaccuquilt thingy! You have convinced me that I NEED one. This sounds like such a great deal. I'm going now to learn more about BOB!!

  2. I will be join you on the tour. I just got to play with some of the Accuquilt dies and was very impressed. So I am looking for more information and opinions before I set myself up with one.

  3. that sounds neat, I might be getting a accuquilt cutter in the fall

  4. that will now be on my long list of things i want

  5. Gee Lorna, hope you've told your hubby about Bob! 🙂

  6. Jo Ferguson says:

    I've forwarded this post on to my friend, who recently bought an Accuquilt. I think BOB will be getting around.

  7. Unknown says:

    I love the idea, I use a lot of pre cuts but wonder how hard is it on your hands? I have bad arthritis in my hands will this be difficult

  8. These seem like a great idea to save fabric when cutting!

  9. Will definitely check out BOB for my acuquilt and I will follow along.

  10. Ok, when you kept saying BOB, I had flashbacks to a horrible date with Bob and he was super awkward. Glad to hear this Bob isn't awkward but a fantastic idea 🙂 Can't wait to hear a review after you have used this!

  11. Wendi says:

    Beautiful quilt, i'll have to check BOB out!