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Good morning! I am thinking of getting a Tutto Sewing Machine Trolley...basically luggage for a sewing machine.  I am going to "sew" many clubs and classes that I find my already sore hand, elbow, and shoulder are getting worse!! I injured my elbow and shoulder last summer gardening, and I have been trying to take it easy. Anyway, I was looking at the rolling sewing machine luggage and thought these look good.  Just wondering if anyone has one and how they like it.  

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Comment by June Johnson/Wi on March 30, 2013 at 8:04pm

Can't remember brand of my rolling bag but love it.  There's the main bag on wheels; has pocket on each end and front and plenty of room in main compartment for sewing machine and lots more.  Also, has a flat case to hold cutting mats and rulers; it zips onto the back of the main bag.  Also, has a case about 18x24x5 inches for projects; when pulling main bag this bag just sits on top.  Worth the money; I think it was about $200.

Comment by Sheila M/FL on March 28, 2013 at 7:53pm
I have both a medium and large Tutto and I've never regretted spending that money for my sewing machine and supplies. When not being used it does fold flat for easy storage. Straps etc keep machine secure and from tipping on its side in vehicle.
Comment by LKC on March 28, 2013 at 5:44pm

I bought used machine and it came with the rolling bag. Great for trips. I  had already  purchased a rolling bag that was supposed to be for paper crafts from Tuesday Morning for $25. Works great for my sewing machine and the extra bags for all the tools.

Comment by Irene Gallway on March 28, 2013 at 9:08am

I have a big trolly for my embroidery machine but I take my small 12 lb Janome to guild. I have room for my machine, extention table and fabric for my project with room to spare. With all the pockets to hold tools and other accessories, it's a great help trucking my stuff to class.  We meet in a church that has ramps to get into the building plus an elevator to the hall where we meet.  So these trolly's save allot of lifting and tugging.

Comment by Colleen Taylor on March 27, 2013 at 3:37pm

They are well worth it.  Protects your machine and you don't have any stress when wheeling because they are the kind that you do not have to "tip" (can't remember what that is called), the case (and your machine) stay straight with all four wheels on the ground.  You can also put the machine in from the top or front load.  If you have a heavy machine this is the way to go.

Comment by Dona Coffey on March 27, 2013 at 12:49pm

I bought a rolling tool caddy from Home Depot that was big enough for my machine.  It cost me about $50

Comment by AidaCJ/NH on March 27, 2013 at 12:03pm

When I bought my Janome Horizon, the carrying case came free with it.  I also bought the wheeled carrying case from JoAnn a few years ago; trouble is, the machines are so heavy and I have more trouble lifting the machine out of the case.

Comment by Carol Ann Hinton on March 27, 2013 at 9:07am

I use the same system Barbara does when I MUST take my 54 pound Bernina somewhere!  I works for me, and it folds up flat in the closet when I don't need it, which is most of the time.  I think I got it at Wal-Mart--cheap.

Comment by Barbara Graham on March 27, 2013 at 8:51am

Oh, I forgot to tell you I got it at someplace like Kmart in the luggage area--cheap.

Comment by Barbara Graham on March 27, 2013 at 8:50am

I don't have one but my best friend does. She loves it. Just be careful that you don't forget that you can pull a ton on the Tutto but have to lighten the load to lift it into the car.

I have a luggage wheelie thingy (can you tell I'm a writer?) that works fine for me. It has two wheels, a fold out platform and fold up handle--plus stretchy cords that hold the stuff on.  I can put my machine, mat, machine extension and project bags on it and take off.

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