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Posted on: 2/11/14 6:33 PM
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I store all of my Viking Diamond sewing machine feet in this container. It has a compartment on top for scissors, thread, etc. and four pull-out containers that are divided into compartments. Each container is similar to an ArtBin container. The bottom section has it's own latches. The container is very sturdy and easy to carry to sewing classes.

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swilliams said... (2/18/14 4:54 PM) Reply
thats a nice one! I have a fishermans dream case but it is really heavy to take to classes. It does have your compartments with a front closing shield, two side tall compartments and top with extra compartments. I love storage stuff - and its nice to know there is happy colored stuff for us out there! ty
frame said... (2/13/14 11:26 AM) Reply
Great idea.
SewLibra said... (2/12/14 10:38 PM) Reply
Good idea and colorful too!
 
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