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Embroidery Machine Case or Tote??? Singer XL Rolling Tote???
Needing to find a case that will fit a Brother PE 770
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Date: 5/22/12 2:10 AM

Does anyone know of a case or tote that a Brother PE 770 Embroidery machine will fit into? I really want to find a case for my main machine. I see that there is a SINGER Extra Large Rolling Sewing Machine Tote Bag on Amazon, but I am scared to try to order it as they list in the Product Features that its Dimensions are : 25 inches L x 19.75 inches W x 20.50 inches H
but then farthur down it says under Product Dimensions: 20.8L x 21.5W x 26H inches .

I don't want to buy it and then have to go to the trouble of sending it back.

The Brother machine dimensions are approx. 21.2 x 16.9 x 17.3 inches.
If anyone knows of a case or has any suggestions, please let me know! Thanks Everyone!

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Date: 5/23/12 11:24 AM

I'd check out your local sewing shops. Joanns has their own line of carriers - and you can generally use the 40% off coupon. I just buckled down and bought the one - branded for my machine. Best of luck to you! Or you can email the seller on ebay questions - tell them the exact size of your machine - maybe add an extra inch to be safe and see what the response is.

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Date: 5/23/12 6:15 PM

I have the Brother PE-770D. I bought the tapestry sewing machine trolley from Nancy's Notions. The case is soft padded and has a padded separator(?) piece in it. I strap the machine to the back portion with the velcro straps that are inside the case and put the embroider unit (the table part that slides on from the left) between the separator and the front of the case. It seems to work just fine. (I looked it up and it is the "Deluxe Sewing Machine Trolley", however I don't remember spending $99 for it, but it was a long time ago.) I originally bought it for my sewing machine and it is great for taking it to sewing classes.

Hope this helps,
Pat

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Date: 5/23/12 7:50 PM

This is great advice. I have been looking for a bag that my embroidery arm will fit into. I have the BabyLock BLR2 which is simular to the Brother. I may look into this. Thanks. The other bag I have considered are the Brother bags. I have seen them in magizines but never in a shop. The main bag is the size for the embroidery machine and the front of the bag has a place for the arm. But I really want to see it before I make the purchase.
Thanks!

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