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Thread: DIY Machine cart

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    Junior Member homebody323's Avatar
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    DIY Machine cart

    So many people have discussed organizing their sewing rooms, I thought I would share this pattern. I've used it for things other than my machines, but it rolls under the sewing table nicely and I can change out the machine I want to use, keeping the others out of the way - but close at hand. I also have a couple screws on one end of it so I can use a power strip and take my machines into an area not close to an outlet.
    Happy stitching

    Forgive me for not having the picture of it in this posting. I just couldn't figure out how to get it here. The attachment has full instructions in pdf. format.
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    Sally Dolin -The Lazy Quilter
    Gammill Classic+
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    What a terrific idea. Thank you.

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    Brilliant solution! Thanks for sharing. Will definetly be showing this to hubby.
    Brenda

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    Great idea, with my machines on the cart I could see them and use them more often. Reason I keep my machine in the closet or in their cases is that I don't have enough room to keep them where I can see them. The cart solves that problem and it looks so neat too.

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    thanks for sharing this tutorial
    Nancy in western NY

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    Thank you for sharing your instructions. I love it, I have an unusual sewing table and need something I could wheel in and out, so this is perfect.

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    That's a great idea. Enjoy it.

    Kat

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    That's a great idea. Thanks for sharing. It's so hard to get things so they are easier to get at unless you have your own room. Ours is also our computer room which has the big hutch/desk and chair and it's not a huge room. Sue

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    That is a very nice idea.

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    What an amazing idea!

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