Adorable and sweet, this die cuts one duck with lip, eye and wing
accent shapes: and one bear with ear, paw, foot and bowtie accent
shapes. Use for applique quilts, crib sets, garments, diaper bags and
nursery items to create stunning baby shower and newborn gifts! Collect
and combine with other GO! baby applique Lullaby (55038) and Alpha Baby
(55035) for quilts sure to be loved for years to come. Apply fusible web
to the wrong side of fabrics prior to cutting for quick and easy
applique. Die packaging includes project directions for a GO! Baby Bear
Use with AccuQuilt GO! Fabric
Cuts one each: Duck 4 1/4"W x 4"H (10 cm x
10 cm), Duck Eye 3/16" (1 cm), Duck Lip 11/16"W x 9/16"H (2 cm x 2 cm),
Duck Wing 1 1/2"W x 1 1/16"H (4 cm x 2 cm), Bear 4"W x 4"H (10 cm x 10
cm) and Bowtie 15/16"W x 3/8"H (2 cm x 1 cm) and 2-Bear Ears 7/8"W x
3/8"H (2 cm x 1 cm), 2-Bear Feet 1 3/16"W x 9/16"H (2 cm x 1 cm) and
2-Bear Paws 3/4"W x 7/16"H (2 cm x 1 cm).
Use 5" x 10" cutting mat
Warranty: AccuQuilt GO! dies are
guaranteed for one year.
Storage: 5" x 10" Die
Board (13 cm x 25 cm)
Organize GO! dies with AccuQuilt GO! Die
Storage Rack (55115).
Care & Maintenance: Use
adhesive lint roller to clean lint and thread from dies. After each
use, with the die pick provided with the cutter, remove any threads
imbedded between blades and foam. It's normal for threads to get caught
where blades meet in a die. Remove with tweezers or die pick. Die blades
never need to be sharpened.
some fabrics, after cutting, a thread or two will remain where die
blades meet. Snip threads with scissors.
- Use cutting mats that
matches size of each die.
- For best results, cut with die blades
running under roller at an angle. Do not cut with blades parallel to
- Blades on some dies are positioned at an angle. Align
fabric to edge of shape, not edge of die board.
- Some dies
feature specially designed corners to aid in alignment and pre-cutting.
fast applique, apply fusible web to fabrics, then cut shapes with dies.
good quality fabric to reduce fabric stretch.
- It's always a
good idea to test cut one shape before cutting many shapes to ensure
fabric orientation is correct.