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Thread: Need a Pattern for Project Kit for Classes

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    Senior Member kaelynangelfoot's Avatar
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    Dec 2012
    I use a medium size box. The boxes that reams of paper come in work best. They are very sturdy, have two handles, and a lid that doesn't have to be folded in. Everything fits, fabric patterns, iron, pins, scissors, rulers, rotary cutters, etc. Then all I have to transport is a box, my sewing machine, and a mini ironing board.

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    Super Member soccertxi's Avatar
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    I just made a tool caddy that hangs in a bucket. Then I found it at Harbor Frieght for less than $10. Oh well..I like mine better! I am still stocking it tho. Just when I think I have everything I could need, I think of something else. here is a picture
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    Super Member pollyjvan9's Avatar
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    Soccertxi, I really like the round bucket. Something like that is what I had in mind when I started out. I think I will make a trip to Harbor Freight tomorrow. The only thing is that I will be using the case to carry my sewing machine and I don't know if the bucket will fit, but looks like it would be handy for the sewing room.

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    Super Member lovequilts's Avatar
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    I made these for my friends in my quilting class last Christmas....They loved them.

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    Super Member QuiltnLady1's Avatar
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    I have a rollup tote that was supposed to be for makeup when traveling -- it has worked for me for years but is not as pretty as the ones you folks have made.

    When life gives you lemons, make lemonade.

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    Senior Member vanginney's Avatar
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    Thanks JenniePennie for the inspiration...I needed to make one for a class I am taking tomorrow...and liked the smallness of the one in your link. I am thinking it may even fit in my FW case this summer in the RV. Thanks.

    I just need to buy a mini rotary cutter....my larger OLFA doesn't fit.
    And I can seem to delete the duplicate pic either! Sorry.

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    What a great idea! I used a quilters tote and sorted my quilting supplies and put it in pockets/old makeup pouches. One thing I like for classes is the cutting board that has an iron padded side that serves for two tasks.


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