Thursday, December 12, 2019

My black Friday purchase..............

I saw this cart advertised at Michael's craft store on Black Friday and ordered it.  Of course it came unassembled so I spent a little over an hour putting it together.



Here is one that I purchased 3 years ago and the new one is considerably larger.  I put my GO! dies in it, all of the ones in this cart plus all of the ones on a rack on a shelf.  This smaller cart will keep my current projects ready at all times in the lower 2 bins and can be wheeled over to whichever machine I am sewing with.  I will use the top bin for holding fabrics that I need to cut with my die cutter.

10 comments:

Quiltdivajulie said...

I love my rolling carts - so practical AND portable. I keep a trash can on the top level of the one near my cutting table. Far fewer snippets on the floor.

Shasta Matova said...

Looks like a great purchase! Storage is always good and when it comes in the form that is tried and true, you know it will be useful and fit your needs.

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

that is a good purchase I do not have one and should see if there are some that would fit under my tables

patty a. said...

That looks like a handy cart to have! It is good you have a purpose for it and it wasn't one of those "Hum, maybe I could use one of those." LOL!!

JustGail said...

Nice upgrade! Do the longer dies like the strip cutters fit in the new cart?

JJM said...

One hour to put that together, is record time. (^._.^). And a great addition to your studio.

JJM

The Joyful Quilter said...

I really WISH that I had room for one of those carts!! They seem SEW very useful.

Needled Mom said...

Those look really useful.

O'Quilts said...

see...you put it together yourself.. I am still impressed..

Mystic Quilter said...

I like these carts Wanda, the shelves seem to be a reasonable depth and how good to use one for storing your dies, I do have one from a local stationary store but they're probably not deep enough for my dies, I could try I guess, easier than storing them in a cubby,