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    Super Member featherweight's Avatar
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    Sorry but I don't want my sewing room to look like my husband unloaded his garage stuff into my sewing room!!

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    OMG - I love it - I think my mom had one years ago in our kitchen
    Great idea.
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    Yes, we have a Sam's Club and Costco in our area, we belong to both - my husband keeps telling me we are saving so much money, we will be in the poor house soon.

    But thank goodness he doesn't go into my closet - I have about 3 feet or more of fabric on the floor in all different colored plastic bags. - Now that will put us in the poor house.

    But what a way to go

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    They're both ok but I don't have room for either of them.

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    Someone in another group also mentioned! Check out the carpentry tools! They have a cutter there, that takes rotary blades, just like we use in our rotary cutters, & the blades are cheap, like a 2pk for $1.50, so look for them when you are there! I checked the one here, but they were out at that time, but expecting more, so I plan to keep checking. I believe it's the 45mm size...

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    About two months ago someone on this board mentioned the organizer at Sam's Club. I got one and it's great; tons of usable space, a flat top, wheels. The one you've showed doesn't look like you'd get much bang for your buck. And $99 is a lot of money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by featherweight
    Sorry but I don't want my sewing room to look like my husband unloaded his garage stuff into my sewing room!!

    This is way too funny but I certainly have to agree!

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    Looks great and very sturdy, everyone has different needs and tastes. I go for strongly built stuff, hate flimsy, shakey ready to fall apart plastic junk. That is just my way , same with sewing machines, I will take a metal, older machine ahead of modern plastic fancy stuff any day of the week. The choice is yours, you know your needs and taste. Ruth

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    Almost anything can work in a sewing room - for someone and some purpose. What do you want to use the cart for? It won't work for a cutting table (unless you put a new top on it) because it's not flat, and it isn't the right height. But if you move some heavy things around on a regular basis, it is sturdy and has nice wheels. It all depends on your requirements.

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