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Thread: Sewing machine tote on wheels...

  1. #11

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    Being on a budget. I went to my local recycle shop (the tip) and found a perfectly good eski (cold box ) on wheels with handle like a shopping trolley, has lots of pockets and sewing machine fits perfectly. Cost $2 suited me just fine.

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    I never use mine... Had to have it but now I don't take classes anymore so it just sits under my desk, full of something. I'm not even sure what is in there right now....
    When I did take classes it was awesome to have... hmmmm... Maybe I should get out in to the world again....

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    I have one I use every week, Bought it at Joann's for $35. when they were on sale. It goes with me to my quilt group at church. Several of the ladies also bought one. Sure beats carrying the machine.

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    I got mine at JoAnn's with a coupon. I think it was $34.00. I was taking a lot of classes last year, and carrying my machine. My back started to hurt, and I ended with a compression fracture. Most pain I ever had, and I've had 4 children (not a walk in the park there either). Please be careful carrying those machines.
    Sue

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    I got two from them. The first lasted less than a year. That was due mainly to the fact that there were no carrying handles on it. You had the pull up handle but then to put it in the car it was a pain. The bag ended up pulling away from the plastic pull handle. The next time they went on sale I got one and it has carrying hanldles along with the pull up handle and alot more room. It makes life so much easier.

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