just returned from a quilt retreat. a few of the gals had the "SewEzi" table. it looked like a handy-dandy thing. it cost $250. the machine fit right into the table. it folded up into a bag and it had wheels for easy transport. does anyone else have one? here is the website: http://www.seweziusa.com/This message has been edited. Last edited by: mandylifeboats,
I bought my granddaughter a table similar to this at Kens Sewing Center. It is a great portable table... a little shaky when you sew fast but good to have in a tight spot.
It is called the Gidget and they have their's on sale for 129.00 with free shipping on orders over 40.00
A lot of ladies have those at the camps I go to. One lady with an embroidery machine stitched each ones initials on their bags even. They really like them.
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oh, very nice. thanks for sharing that.
I have numerous quilty friends at my guild who have these and use them for open sew days and places where they travel to sew. Most of them put them up against the regular tables for sewing, and it gives them plenty of sewing space and "spreading out" ... they all like them and just rave about them
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I'll tell CookieQuilts to post...she has one and loves it!
Yes, I have one and do love it. It comes with one insert to fit your machine. Extra inserts are extra $, but handy if you have another machine you like to use. I take it to our monthly group meeting and to retreats. Monthly mtg gets the small machine because it's only a few hours, but I like to take the bigger machine to retreat because it's several days of sewing.
Hope that's helpful. I've heard of the Gidget, but don't have any personal info on that one.
do u just tell them the make and model of your machine? or do u measure where the bed goes?
I think both Navy Wife and Warm Buns have the SewEzi tables and love them.
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Make and model. They make it very easy.
My little quilt group got together yesterday, and we talked about this table.
My friend has it and just loves it. Another friend was looking for a table and this was the one recommended. We were looking at the table when we werre there and it is really very nice.
So anyone I know who has one has highly recommended it.
I had to wait until there was a European distributor then ordered mine straight away. It's surprisingly sturdy and incredibly useful!
I have one for my FW for retreats and such. I have the insert for a FW. It's easy to put together and I really love mine.
I got mine after I saw Warm Buns at retreat.
It's expensive but worth it.
I use mine all the time. It goes with me in the motor home, and is perfect for sewing there. I have inserts for both of my machines. They now have a larger one. Brand new, and I don't know what it costs. I think it is long enough to put an embroidery unit on if you get the insert that covers the opening. That means the machine sits on top instead of inside the table.
the SewEzi Grande is $549.00. that is a bit steep. i might be able to justify spending $250
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