Crafting Hint of the Day - Fiskar Craft Cartgreenspun.com : LUSENET : Cooking & Crafts : One Thread
This has just come out and is by Fiskar. Is this not the greatest! I have been searching the internet but have not been able to find one so far, so am assuming Fiskar doesn't even have them in the stores yet. When I find out how much they are and where you can buy one, I will let you know. Looks expensive though, doesn't it?
Hey, am sure one you handy dandy sewers out there could make the fabric things that hold the supplies. I know you can purchase the cart elsewhere...hummm, now I am thinking......hummmm....(to be continued..LOL)
-- Karen (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 21, 2002
I made one very similar to this by attaching a plastic crate from the dollar store to a luggage carrier that I bought at a thrift store. I attached the crate to the luggage carrier with plastic electrical ties. I didn't put that many pockets on it but use mine all the time. I made a solid top by glueing four layers of heavy cardboard together and then covering it with contac paper.
I like mine so well that I bought another luggage carrier and crate and going to make one for my craft supplies.
-- Grannytoo (email@example.com), February 21, 2002.
A good idea! I was wondering though, from looking at the picture, how many scissors does one need? I have two for cutting fabric, one snippers by the sewing machine and a cheapie for cutting paper! I have a 17'by 17' sewing room so I lucked out! I can close the door on it and leave everything where I want it to be. It usually looks like a tornado hit it. LOL!
-- Ardie/WI (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 21, 2002.
Do you live near a Joann Fabrics? I can't remember the price They are at their etc stores. Next time I go there I will check it out. I have seen them in the store as a new item. Jenn www.joanfabrics.com
-- Jenn (email@example.com), February 21, 2002.
looks like an art teacher traveling cart to me
-- Rose the art teacher (open_rose@Hotmail.com), February 21, 2002.