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Thread: Can you recommend a quilting/sewing machine tote?

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    Super Member LyndaOH's Avatar
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    I have the three piece Hemline and love it! I've had no trouble at all with any of the handles and I've used it quite a lot over the last four years. I wouldn't hesitate to get it.

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    I have a Tutto and love it. Lots of room and strong enough to sit on, if you need a rest! Here is the link: http://www.tutto.com/index_sewingmachine.htm

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    I have a tote for mine that I got at Michaels. It is designed for scrapbooking but my machine fits great and have space for my cutting tools and my my fabric. It is light weight an easy to pick up and put into my car.

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    Love my tutto

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrapinmema View Post
    I have a tote for mine that I got at Michaels. It is designed for scrapbooking but my machine fits great and have space for my cutting tools and my my fabric. It is light weight an easy to pick up and put into my car.
    I also have a tote made for scrapbooking that I got on sale at Joann's. My Pfaff fits great in it and I can carry my travel iron and my tool box with notions in it as well as my little cutting board/iron mat and room for notions. It is on wheels and you can also stack other items on top of it and use a bungie cord to hold the stuff in place. I don't recall what I paid now, but it was under $50 on sale. Or, you can use a coupon. Lots of ladies in my quilt group have one and love it, too. But, none of us have ever used a Tutto or Hemline, so I can't compare the products - other than the scrapbooking wheeled tote is not as expensive - but can't say whether or not it is as good - but does the job for us.
    Robin
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    Thanks for all your help - there are several good ideas to explore.


    Suzan
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