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Thread: Foldable sewing machine. Yep, it folds up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FWDesigns View Post
    Wow - Now if I could just give it a couple of functions that I love on one of my machines (Pfaff) like the Dual Feed system and the 19 needle positions and an adjustable stitch length it would be perfect for class/travel. Not asking for much am I?
    Add to that the 'needle down' function!

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    Isn't it funny what your eye actually reads and your brain gets? Twice now I've looked at the subject line of this thread and thought, "Well, of course they make folding tables that would work well for sewing." Finally I gave in and clicked to read the thread, followed the link, and was totally confused because I didn't see a table! How funny is that?!?

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    wouldn't it be great for him, if his design was picked up and produced. Maybe he should go onto Dragon's den.
    Smile - it confuses people

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    Well, I've seen it all now! What a cool concept.

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    I noticed I did not see a power source. It's possible it's just at the design concept stage, and not a working model yet.
    Stephanie in Mena

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    Love the concept! Would be great to travel with. Hope it comes to fruition!

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    I love it...what fun to show up to class with it!

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    Great one more thing I'll be thinking I need!

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    Interesting idea.

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    I love it. Didn't see where it said anything about cost

    Vckey S.

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    Thanks for sharing this. What a great idea!

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    How nifty. You could put this in the basket of your folding bike and peddle to your quilt class!

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    That is really cool looking. I would love to have one. It looks like something Ikea would sell

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    Very cool! What an awesome idea for college kids who would be willing to repair their own things rather than toss perfectly good items.
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    A very cool design ... but sorry ladies, this is only a design concept at this point ...

    How to get all the machine parts into such a small housing is the real challenge !
    Last edited by TexasGurl; 07-25-2012 at 09:41 AM.

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    I Love That!!!

    Wonder how it would hold up in my motorcycle saddlebag to take to class?
    :0)

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