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Machine trolley bags

feismom | Posted in Equipment and Supplies on

I would really like a trolley bag for my Husqvarna DII, and possibly a matching or coordinating bag for the embroidery unit.  I’m not crazy about the denim one at the dealership and since they are relatively expensive I’d like something more attractive if I’m going to shell out that much.  I really liked a black brocade bag my dealer used to have, but of course, it was sold out when I decided to go in to buy it.  I’m finding a yellow quilted bag in the Sears online catalogue, a navy blue one on UK websites and a brocade bag under the name “Hemline” but I’m not finding much in the way of Canadian distributors.  Does anyone have any suggestions on where to find a nice bag? 



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    blondie2sew | | #1

    I have a wonderful bag. I myself wasn't into the tapestry ones and that is all I seemed to find until Koala I believe came out with theirs...They are a solid color quilted and come in black, navy and a neat gold color that is the one I chose. That is a place to check I think I am telling you right. I just know they are always in our flyers with the koala cabinets they sell too.worth a shotHappy Hunting

    1. feismom | | #2

      Thanks for your reply.  Actually, it's the tapestry one I'm looking for - my dealer has the quilted sets, sounds like the Koala ones you describe.

  2. zuwena | | #3

    I don't know if Nancy's Notions distributes in Canada but she has had several trolley bags in her catalogue, and periodically they are on sale. You might try her website, which I think is http://www.nancysnotions.com. If you call or email the contact us someone will respond.

  3. thimbles1260 | | #4

    I purchased mine at JoAnn fabrics....on sale of course!  LOL  There was absolutely nothing wrong with the one I had so I gave it to my daughter.  This one has rollers but also has handles on the sides which makes lifting over curbs, doing stairs, etc. a lot easier.  I think it was $35 during the sale, normally around $75.  It is brocade, comes on wheels, has two cases and numerous zippered, plastic envelopes.  I haven't taken it on retreat yet but I love the thing.  Now I just have to find someplace to go!! LOL

  4. thimbles1260 | | #5

    A question for you:  Have you flown with you machines?  I've been invited to a friend's but I'm not sure I want to travel via airline with my machine.  What if they threw it with the rest of the baggage!?!  Yikes!!!!

    1. feismom | | #6

      Not sure I'd want to trust any of my sewing equipment to the airlines - I'm out of town on business right now and my suitcase took a detour - arrived at the hotel in the middle of the night.

      I'm taking a course at a college at the moment so carting the machine back and forth.  Would want to drop it!

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