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    Moderator QuiltnNan's Avatar
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    i made a quilted bag large enough to hold my medium size mat. it works for me
    Nancy in western NY

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    but you forgot to make one for me!

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    Hot Dog...something to save up for. Thank you
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    Have you checked out some of the great wheeling carry bags designed for scrapbookers? I have two of them and use them for qwuilting as often as i use them for crop parties.
    Quote Originally Posted by twoxover View Post
    i have a tutto sewing machine pull along that i love. i now think i need something that will hold my cutting board, fabric, etc. what do you all use? I imagine that tutto's embroidery module case would do the trick, but would like to ponder other options that aren't quite so spendy. ideally, it would zipper close or not be a tote bag <g>.

    thank you all so much!

    betsey

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    sewing tote

    years ago I purchased a file cart on wheels from the local office supply store. I use it for everything. I made a ironing mat like on Missouri Quilt Co and it sits on top. I can get all of my supplies in this cart. I use plastic boxes that either sit inside or on top of the tote. It is handy for groceries, books to library and especially to sewing meeting.
    sewinglady

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    After shopping and researching online, I bought a Stanley Fat Max Mobile Workstation.

    It has LOTS of room for everything I take with me.. and then some!
    My Viking Rose, along with my 15x15" rotating mat and 16" square ruler will fit in the bottom compartment.
    If I'd rather take my FW, the case and all fit in the bottom compartment.

    The middle section has removable dividers for different configurations.
    One of the larger items I store in this section is my iron and extension cords.
    I also keep a ton of notions (bobbins/needles/pins/thread,etc)here as well.

    The top section reminds me of a standard toolbox with a removable tray.
    Again, LOTS of room!
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    So many ideas... so many projects.. so little time!
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    Thanks for sharing this great idea! I have never seen one of these before! It looks great!
    Mom to 2 Future Stitchers....Wife to One Great Hubby!
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