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8/19/12 5:39 P

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I just used a wheeled duffel bag style suitcase for my sewing machine (until I gave it to my daughter).

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8/19/12 1:29 P

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I don't know how big your sewing machine is, but there are these portable crates that you can also get at the office supply store that might be cheaper than the scrapbooking bag. they are like a crate on wheels with a handle that comes up and down as well. Like on a suitcase.

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8/19/12 10:09 A

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I know there are several quilter in the group, so thought I would ask you all a question

I have a rolling bag for my sewing machine (to take back and forth to the church for quilting sessions) that I got at JoAnn's several years ago. well the handle is broken and is stuck in the down position. So I am looking for a new one and would love suggestions.

I'm wondering if one of the Scrapbookking bags would work better. or if I just need to plan on replacing it every so many years because of handle issues

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