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Thread: Rolling Sewing Machine Bag

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    Rolling Sewing Machine Bag

    What's a good brand for a rolling sewing machine bag? I'm looking for something that is sturdy and will well protect my machine(s) to and from classes. If you have a brand you could recommend would you mind sharing your thoughts? Thanks!

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    I have a bluefig that I like, wanted a tutto but those are too expensive
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    Depending on what size and color you want, the large Tutto can be found on walmart.com with free store pickup or joann.com where you may be able to use coupon plus shipping or watch when they run them half price. I got mine there for half price. I got it when they also had additional 20% coupon which amounted to more than what I paid for shipping. I have 2 cases for sewing machines plus one for my serger and one for my embroidery unit. Tuttos are wonderful. at tutto.com you can find a chart showing which size is recommended for different machines.

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    I'm in the market for a new bag, too. I'll be checking in to see all the suggestions

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    The Tutto looks nice.

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    The nice thing about the Tutto is it folds in so that helps a lot for storage, also it was originally designed as luggage so you can use it that way also. When I got mine, I knew I was also needing some luggage so with the dual use that sealed the deal for me. I have used it as luggage and as a tote for my machine - no issues. If you can get a half price deal I think it would be a steal

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    The only machine I usually take out of the house is one of my Featherweights. Rather than spend a lot of money on a rolling tote, I bought a rolling Igloo cooler that I can put the case and machine in. And there is still room to put in fabric, notions, etc. And the cooler has a separate place on top that zips up that I can put a small cutting mat, rulers, rotary cutter, scissors, etc. I purchased it at Walmart on sale, and actually carried the machine, case and all into the store to make sure it would fit.

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    Mine is a large tool bag from Home Depot. It has a sturdy handle and wheels. It is big enough for my Elna and good number of other things.

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    I have a Hemline set (bags for machine, embroidery unit and cutting mat). Bought at Overstock.com. I really like how padded it is.
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    I have a Tutto and love it!

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