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

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    Foldable sewing machine. Yep, it folds up.

    Got fabric?

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    Very interesting concept - it looks like it has a zigzag function also.

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    Very neat! Leave it to a man to build a machine instead of just using a needle and thread to sew on a button.

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    Wouldn't that be so cool to have??

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    Wonder what the cost is? With a couple of convection ovens, microwaves and some of these could we at least have survival classes if not Home Ec?
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    Neat!
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    Yes, indeed I love that design!

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    Very interesting idea , good if you travel and space is limited, neat if you live in a small apartment, wonder what it would be like to take to classes if you are just piecing blocks , I have sent it on to Son who has worked for Bernina for the past 22 years , loves anything to do with sewing machines . Cathy

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    That is the ideal take-to-class solution.

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    I WANT ONE! whine, whine--drool drool. It would be perfect for travel.

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    Oh no! I want one.

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    What a great idea to take to classes, but now we have to design some special "thread" to match this innovative design.
    ranbro

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    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?

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    I'm glad I have some time this morning because that webpage had a lot of cool things to look at. I love the sewing machine idea!

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    That looks like a great traveling machine. Depending on the weight, it may even (wait for it) compete with our old featherweights for class use. It would definitely pack easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo View Post
    WOW, looks like it would be easy to take on a road trip or to class. I would love to try it out.

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    Wow, that's really neat! Would really be nice for a travel machine!
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    I have never heard such a thing, what will they think of next. I guess it would be "have sewing machine, will travel!"

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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?
    Now wouldn't that just be the dream machine for those of us with physical limitations no problems taking to classes or any other events we would like to so to. Yes that would be a must have and forget the featherweights we would have the air machine!

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    Really cool! I'd love to try one.

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    Look at the huge harp area! You could FMQ on it!!!
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    I went to Google and checked it out but couldn't find any info about price or if they are purchasable as yet.
    Time will tell.

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    The inventor has a standing market if he gets it to a Motor Home Rally!!! They would be in line for it!!

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    Very neat machine.. And the site is something else.

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    Looks great! He could sell a lot if the price were right.

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