Sewing Carts! OH MY!!!

The soul should always stand ajar. Ready to welcome
the ecstatic experience. 
– Emily Dickinson
In the never ending quest to bring the latest toys to the sewing classrooms of the world…this little baby dropped into my last Thimbles Club meeting..yes my sewing on the go friends, I introduce you to the SEWING WAGON!!!!!
 This baby folds up flat as a flitter..heck you can practically fit it in your purse  maybe that is a bit of a stretch. Anyway, you can dump your junk, machine and every notion on the planet needed for sewing on the go. It holds up to 200 pounds or sumthin like that. Wheel the thing into classes and retreats and you will be the envy of the group! You can even put your sewing snacks and favorite beverages in it!! 

This is a 1-800-GOTTA HAVE IT, kind of thing! When Jane wheeled the thing into Thimbles there were screams of delight,  5 people disappeared from class for about an hour under the disguise of going out for lunch, 5 of these Ultimate Sewing Carts returned. They were trying to get a leg up on the rest of the group. sneaky sneaky

In the true spirit of sewing sisterhood we tend to all want what the other ones have.  My group will also help each other out. If they know you are busy sewing and one person is going to the store they will just purchase 20 and bring them back for the others in the group. It is a sure sale. If one of us has it we all gotta have it. Money, checks and credit cards fly out of the purses like popcorn in a popper.  They are generous that way or perhaps it is a form of validation,   I saw this and thought it was a great idea…what do you think?” 

I guess I’m going to have to put in a  request to the church for them to re-stripe the parking lot because I’m expecting 70 of the carts to come wheeling into class this month. We will all need a spot to park them. It will be an explosion of red sewing carts!

If you want to get one, and you live in the Atalanta area..forget it we got them all. The rest of you can find these sewing carts hidden in the lawn and garden section of Sam’s Club. I don’t know why they put sewing stuff in that section of the store…makes no sense to me. I wonder if they come in colors?