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Does anyone have Tailormade brand sewing furniture?

Old 07-17-2013, 06:43 PM
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Question Does anyone have Tailormade brand sewing furniture?

I can't find a lot of reviews for it but it seems to be a high end Australian brand.
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Old 07-17-2013, 11:08 PM
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Have you tied the organisation section?
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Old 07-17-2013, 11:16 PM
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I've searched every which way on the whole board and found nothing. That's why I posted to ask-so maybe someone has one that has never posted about it on the board (for me to find in a search) can see it.
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I have a flyer for TailorMade sewing furniture that I picked up at a machine dealer in Effingham, IL . It says that they are located in Fenton, MO which is a suburb of St Louis near Tacony HQ. in fact it is the same address as Tacony. I guess that they are distributors for TailorMade.

I looked at the furniture and it looked pretty nice for a reasonable price. The website does say Tailormade is an Australian brand.
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I was actually going to get it and then found out they were all sold out in the first day. They could order one but not at the sale price. So I'm still looking. I'm going to a shop hop next weekend and several of the booths carry cabinets so maybe there will be a shop hop special or something. I went and looked at one shop today and they were way over my budget. I'd love a Horn or other high end brand but the cost is just too high.
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I don't know for sure but I think that seems to be a high end Australian brand.
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Old 02-28-2014, 07:28 AM
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Mine is an Arrow brand. Cant afford the higher price brands.
It is pressed board not real wood but it is fine for me. Needed one to fit my oversized machine and bought the Bertha.
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I ended up with the Arrow Bertha too. It was a mess to assemble with the lousy instructions (and even the video wasn't great) and the fact that a lot of hardware was missing and they gave me a hard time about replacing it, but now that it's done I really like it.
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have you tried looking for it at amazon?


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Mine was one of the first Berthas and yes it was a mess to put togather.
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