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Spotlight on Sew Steady: Winners Announced!


Our goal is to improve your sewing experience by designing and building Sew Steady Extension Tables, Cabinet inserts, and Sewing Accessories that are tailored to your machine and table. 

We welcome Sew Steady as a brand new sponsor!

Dream World, the makers of Sew Steady Tables was founded in Bonners Ferry, Idaho in 1994. It all began from the request of a local sewing instructor for her husband to make a table to fit around her machine. From that came the first custom fit Sew Steady Table and a classroom of sewers that all wanted one too.  Today we make thousands of tables & inserts every year using one of the highest grades of acrylic available. Here's what users have to say:

  • "One of the things I like about the Sew Steady is that I can put tools and things underneath it (ie scissors, bobbin box, etc) for easy access and I am able to see them." - Janyce R
  • "Love it! I have one for each of my machines." - azwendyg
  • "When I take my machine anywhere I take my 24x24 (Sew Steady) table with me!" - Jim's Gem

Here's a video on You Tube showing Nancy (Nancy's Notions) using her Sew Steady!

Win one of these three terrific prize packages from Sew Steady:

1. "Ultimate Table Package"                   Value: $160.20

Includes Large Table, Spinner Tray, Sew Straight Guide, and Large Travel Bag

2.  "Large Table & Spinner Tray"            Value: $104.25

3. "Large Table & Sew Straight Guide"   Value: $109.25

Here's how to enter!

In the comment section below, share what kind of sewing machine you have, and why you want to win a Sew Steady! 

All comments must be posted by midnight (EST) May 31st 2011. One entry per person please!

Please note: You must be logged in to Quilters Club of America to leave a comment. If you haven't created an account, it's easy! All you need is a username, password and email address.

The winners will be announced on June 1st!

Additional info on Sew Steady:

Sew Steady Tables and Cabinet Inserts are designed to fit like a glove around the free arm of your machine. All accessory trays must be removed.

  • Custom Cabinet Inserts  are available.  Dream World Northwest builds inserts to fit all opening sizes of the major sewing cabinet manufacturers in the United States.
  • Orders for inserts to fit custom made cabinets can be filled as well ask us how.
  • We are a family owned company based out of beautiful Eugene Oregon. Our focus is quality and service at the best price possible. We look forward to working with you!

And the winners are ....

  • Prize #1 "Ultimate Table Package": Jan Walstrom

  • Prize #2 "Large Table & Spinner Tray": vickitones

  • Prize #3 "Large Table & Sew Straight Guide": 1wit747

Congratulations, winners! We'll be contacting you soon.

And a big THANK YOU to Sew Steady for providing such wonderful prize packages!

 


Comments

Eileen wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 1 May 2011, 8:20 AM

I inherited a Pfaff 7530 Quilt & Craft Pro from a wonderful quilter. I'm looking forward to hours of creating with it but would love to have a larger surface to work on as I'm used to that with my Brother machine. I like the clear design of the sew steady as my tools could be near me, in view but not in my way.

Ally wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 1 May 2011, 8:59 AM

Have a pfaff cv and 2144. Would love to have a larger work surface and be able to keep my sewing tools close to me. I believe I would get more sewing done!!!

Marilyn Wood wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 1 May 2011, 11:08 AM

I havwe a Bernina sewing machine.  It is 20 years o;ld  but I love it.  A larger more organized work space would be a dream come true.

MaxNTopeka wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 1 May 2011, 3:43 PM

I inheritied my mother's Pfaff 1197 (purchased new in the late 1960's I think!), and her 1949 Singer sewing machine cabinet. Even with many modifications to the cabinet over the years to fit various machines, the current combination has room for improvement.  Sew Steady looks like it would solve so many issues and keep me sewing on this machine another 30 years.

Linda L. wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 1 May 2011, 4:44 PM

I have a Viking Scandinavia 400.  I am not able to keep it in a cabinet that would provide a large work area because of occasionally using it as an embroidery machine. A Sew Steady table would allow me to have a large, supported work area for quilting and still be able to easily convert to do embroidery!

gini wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 1 May 2011, 5:40 PM

i have a viking sapphire, that i struggle with quilting large quilts.   this would be great for horsing those big  guys around.  

Rose M Franz wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 2 May 2011, 10:12 AM

I have a Bernina 430.  I'm a Family & Consumer Science (Home Ec.) teacher, close to retirement.  I've been sewing for many years but quilting for only about 5 or 6 years.  The free arms on machines are great for garment sewing but a flatbed is extremely important for quilting.  Your tables are a brilliant solution for quilting and home decor sewing. It gives a flatbed to your machine without buying an expensive table or cabinet and it's even portable for quilting classes.  I'm looking forward to spending additional time on sewing during my retirement and would love to have a Sew Steady Table.

Lola M wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 2 May 2011, 10:32 AM

I  have a Babylock Decorators choice. I love my sewing machine and it would be GREAT to have a larger sewing area.  I quilt smaller projects on my sewing machine and I believe that would be easier with the extended table.

Thank you for the chance to win.

Brenda wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 2 May 2011, 11:23 AM

I have a Pfaff Quilt Expression 4.0.  I would like to do more machine quilting of all the quilt tops I have made and the Sew Steady Table would certainly make it a little less cumbersome to do the larger quilts.

booper92200 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 2 May 2011, 1:24 PM

I love the clear table and it would be a great addition to anyones sewing area.

Wendy wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 2 May 2011, 1:35 PM

I have a Husqvarna D1 and a Rose.  I would love to have a table to help in doing quilts for charity.  I machine quilt the kids quilts that I make.

TildasTwisted wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 2 May 2011, 1:49 PM

I have a Kenmore. My husband bought it for me about 10 or so years ago and it has done fine, though I would love something like a Bernina, Janome, or anything that was geared more toward quilting. I would LOVE a table since I struggle now with pieces slipping and the weight of them pulling down against the machine.

Stephanie wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 2 May 2011, 4:10 PM

I like the portability of a sew steady table. On a whim I could set up on any surface large enough to hold it and my machine, or take it to a class or retreat. Dreaming again......

Adele wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 2 May 2011, 5:00 PM

i have a brother LS1217 and i would love to have a sew steady to help me quilt since i'm visually impaired and have a hard time seeing or using other guides/rules with my sewing machine.

Rudejude77 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 2 May 2011, 5:32 PM

While I do have a sewing table that allows my machine to drop in and be level with the table, I find myself going to many of quilting classes and sewing adventures where the sew steady would be a wonderful helper for me.  It seems every time I sew away from my home table, I have to relearn how so sew without a large flat surface.

Karen wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 2 May 2011, 6:14 PM

I have a Husqvarna D1, but going to quilting classes I can see how this would be a benefit for keeping those seams straight.

chantell wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 2 May 2011, 7:04 PM

I have a BabyLock Ellageo and having a larger surface for machine quilting would be marvelous!!!  I don't have a sewing room, so my dining room table becomes my work area and being able to see-and-stow my tools beneath the table would be great!

TheQuiltDaddy wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 2 May 2011, 7:25 PM

I own 6 different machines but my favorite is my Janome embroidery (5400). Each machine I own serves a special part of my sewing needs. If I were to win the sewing table I would use it to expand my already needy space problem in my sewing room. I never seem to have a clear space designated to cutting.

Sally Johnson wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 2 May 2011, 8:38 PM

I have a Bother Novelle 1500s and think it would be a welcome additon to my quilt room...

megan.clinton wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 2 May 2011, 8:57 PM

I have a Brother SE400 that my mom bought me for Christmas. I would love to win this table as I am currently sewing on a plastic folding table.

Gerri wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 2 May 2011, 9:51 PM

I have a Brothers PC 420 and 4 older sewing machines ranging from the 1920 to 1965. Having a Sew Steady would provide a stable area where I can keep the sewing machine at ready access. Currently my table is also used as my cutting area.

RhYan wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 2 May 2011, 10:35 PM

I have a Viking Saphire and and industrial sewing machine. Having a Sew Steady would improve my sewing surface enabling me to improve on free motion quilting.

Debbie wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 9:21 AM

I have a Janome Horizon and a Janome 350E embroidery machine.  I love both machines.  My last child is at college now and I am trying to set up my sewing room rather than use the dining room table.  I would appreciate a Sew Steady table.  Happy Quilting....

hnds4prs wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 10:04 AM

I have a Viking Sapphire and would love the Sew Steady table so I dont have to fight so much with my fabric.

Bestolar wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 10:08 AM

I have a basic machine...a Huskavarna.  I am a relatively new quilter and find that I cannot quilt as long as I would like  due to neck and should pain.  I believe this would ease some of that discomfort and allow me to quilt my little heart out!

Lis wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 10:11 AM

I have a Kenmore that my mother-in-law bought for a birthday gift about 8 years ago.  I'd love to have the steady table so that I'm able to sew straighter and easier; always a struggle for me.

Jaci Emerson wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 10:13 AM

I have a Pfaff 7530, and I'd love to have the Sew Steady to take to retreats for the larger sewing surface.

wheelfamily wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 10:22 AM

I have a Janome Quilters edition sewing machine.  I like to do all kinds of sewing  from home dec to quilting and crafts.  I love the idea of a guide on the table so far from the needle.  It would save me countless hours of marking straight lines when having to sew seams that are wide.  Would love to win something like this.

Mimi wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 10:47 AM

I have a Singer that is about 15 years old.  It goes through the thicker seams better than a newer machine I have, so I usually quilt with it.  I definitely need a Sew Steady to make quilting even easier.

chocomaniac1951@yahoo.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 10:49 AM

I have a Janome Harmony.  I'd love to have a table to make it easier to keep my quilts level without pulling on the fabric and moving.

Gransie Garrett wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 11:17 AM

I have a Brother SE-350 that sits on a card table right now which is VERY unsteady!  I'd love to have a Sew Steady for some stability:)

GrannyLady wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 11:46 AM

I have a rather new Janome and a 40-yr old Kenmore. Still use them both. I would love to have a larger sewing area.

Ms ElleGee wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 12:05 PM

I have a brother and it has a kinda of attached extension but nothing like this! It would be extra-ordinary to have the kind of room this would offer to quilt with and sew accurately not quite at the same time but TOGETHER, lol

PKT wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 12:11 PM

I have a Viking Emerald 116 that could use an extension table.  It is my old work horse and probably feels negelected because it doesn't have all the bells and whistles or a kit like my SE does.  I am certain a table like let it shine and show the other sewing machines that it does just as pretty work as the computer models.

MARTHAQ wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 1:42 PM

I just bought me a viking saphire. it took me over a year to save for it so I was unable to buy the extention with it. I would love to have it so I could get better at quilting as I am self teaching. thanks!!

CMSanchez wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 1:56 PM

I have a Brother Innovis 4000d that took me years to save for but worth every penny!  The only thing that plagues me is the tiny work space.  With my disabilities it does take the joy out of quilting for me and makes it a labor instead of a love.  With the extension, I think we might just reverse those two!  Wonderful products.

Barrettgirl wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 2:32 PM

I ccurrently use a 7-year-old Brother CS 8150 and an ancient Singer that my daughter found at a garage sale. I primarily use the Brother, and since I have rheumatiod arthritis and fibrymyalgia I believe the Sew Steady will help me not to have to "wrestle" all that fabric so much.

Beverly wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 2:46 PM

I have a Pfaff Grand Quilter, a Juki serger, and a Kenmore Elite that was a birthday gift.  I would enjoy having a larger surface to work on and be able to store scissors, etc out of the way and still be able to see them and have them handy.

Lisa Marie wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 2:58 PM

I have a Janome 9000 which I love.  If these tables would improve my sewing experience then I'm all for it!  Thanks for the chance to win.

sassypixie wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 3:43 PM

I have insert for my table and sewing machine which is husqvarna  sapphirie 870 and love it but when i go to quilt shop for sew projest i cannot take it with me so the steaty table  package would work for me  thank for the chance to win and to see new produyct ideas

sassypixie wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 3:47 PM

hi redo this I have husqvara sapphire 870 thank forthe chance to win this steady table package

pstarkey wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 3:55 PM

I use a Pfaff 2042 for piecing and a Pfaff Grand quilter for quilting.  In my last home my husband built me a very large sewing table with a drop in for my 2042.  In my new home I am using a long table.  i would love to have larger surface with storage to work on.  Thanks for this opportunity.  

Susan wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 4:38 PM

I have a Bernina Artista 165 and a Janome Memorycraft 4000. I want the sewing table to make quilting and other projects more managable. Looks like a terrific product!

maredunn@hotmail.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 5:31 PM

I have a Singer Advance. It is on a desy right now. I would love to have a sewing table to put it on. It would be so much better to have a table at the right height.  It would make quilting easier too.

Carol wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 6:43 PM

I have a wonderful Janome 6500, and would love to own the large sew steady and spin tray. I am active in my local guild and like to attend classes and workshops, the sew steady would be perfect!

Marilyn wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 7:55 PM

I have a Janome 11000 and a 6600.    I like all things that improve the functunality and versatility  of my machines.

roberta6434 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 8:15 PM

I have a Janome  6019 Quilters Companion.  I had an acrylic cutout custom made to fit my machine, but there isn't very much surface, and I tried to extend it by utilizing my ironing board plus 2 plastic tables. I covered the tables with material to try to make them look like one table.  Also, I am only 4'11" tall, and this extension really raises the sewing height so that it is not at all comfortable for me.  If I were chosen to receive a new table, I could make more space by removing some of my make-do furniture and actually be comfortable while I'm at my sewing machine.    

tuesday wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 9:03 PM

I have a Janome MO200 , that I adore and having this wonderful table as a extension would make it a dream come true

pixie123 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 10:17 PM

Hi! I just got started to sew and really enjoying it. Although I am still a beginner I am learning a lot. I just recently got a sewing machine bernette 92c bernina. I have small amount space as it is, so right now I am currently using our dinning room table and I have to clean it up everytime I pull out my sewing materials and machine. Using the additional measurments would be great when I make my first quilt this summer. I can't wait!

michellebradfield wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 11:15 PM

Hi! I have a Singer (old).  I have recently got back into sewing and quilting and love it.  I am short on space so this table would be a wonderful addition!!  Thank you for the opportunity!!

Maia wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 3 May 2011, 11:17 PM

I have a Bernina 630.  Like many others I'm currently sewing on my (very small) dining room table.  I would love the extra support the Sew Steady table can provide when it comes time to free-motion quilting.

Leslie wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 4 May 2011, 6:56 AM

I would love to have a sew steady table, because i am a sew shaky sewer.

Ms MoomMist wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 4 May 2011, 8:32 AM

share what kind of sewing machine you have, and why you want to win a Sew Steady!

My workhorse sewing machine is an Elna 6300 Quilter's Dream. I have a sewing room away from where Elna sits, but would love to get her into it with a nice Sew Steady . I have COPD and am a cancer survivor of4-1/2 years so, I am not as steady as I use to be and sometime, the whole room shakes when I'm sewing... This would be perfect addition to my new sewing room.

DIANM-2 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 4 May 2011, 5:50 PM

I am fairly new to quilting-I have watched my mother and grandmother quilt by hand for years. I think a sew steady would help me to learn to machine quilt. I have a Viking Designer 1 sewing machine

QuilterKat wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 4 May 2011, 6:48 PM

I have a Viking Lily. And I would love a Sew Steady table because I have my sewing machine on a table that is your basic table that you buy from a large warehouse store. It holds my machine but when I am quilting It is hard to keep my quilt where I want it. It would be sew nice to be able to have that extra work space.  Good Luck everyone!!! One of us has to win, right? ;^)

Barbara in Central TX wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 5 May 2011, 12:59 AM

I have an old Pfaff 1471 that sits in a cabinet but purchased a Bernina Aurora 440QE that sits on an old desk.  I could use the larger area and have been looking at the Sew Steady Table.

Tammy wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 5 May 2011, 10:56 AM

Hi!!  I'd love to have one because when I bought my machine last year (a Viking 875) it did not come with the table and when I have to lift the machine it is a bit awkward for me to manuever the material properly.  For me being able to sew even/flat it so much better than having to lift the machine and have a free arm to sew over.

Thanks for your time!!!  Tammy

Pam Raywood wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 5 May 2011, 12:17 PM

I have a Twnty year old Kenmore that I would not take a million dollars for. I love it so much. I care for it myself so it has never been to a repair shop or out of my sight. Being retired I live on a fixed budget so I have never gotten a table for it. After all these years it would be a joy to win a table for it and sew for another 20 years on her.......Pam

Laura Riley wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 5 May 2011, 3:10 PM

I have an Elna Quilter's Dream sewing machine and love it!  I am thinking of attempting to do some machine quilting with my Elna on some of my smaller projects such as table runners.  A  Sew Steady table would be a wonderful addition by creating a larger work space area for me.

mafrajsm wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 5 May 2011, 4:57 PM

I have a Husqvarna 630 by Viking; a larger surface for piecing and machine quilting would be great!  

cnaples6186 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 6 May 2011, 5:55 AM

After many years of sewing on an old Nikki, Singer and Kenmore which were not mine, I finally plunged and bought a Bernina 730E which I will forever be in debt for, but worth it! Winning a larger sewing surface would be a dream!

Cheryl wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 6 May 2011, 10:54 AM

I have a Brother Quatro 6000D.  I would love to have a larger surface to use when I am going to classes or simply sewing/quilting at home.  I love the fact that it is also see through...

jopie wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 6 May 2011, 12:23 PM

I have a Singer Stylist sewing machine that's over 30 years old and a Baby Lock Emore embroidery machine.  I make baby quilts for the great nieces and nephews and I would so love to have the Sew Steady table to give me a larger work surface.  Even a baby quilt is hard to handle without such a surface, and I have to set my machine on a table, so it is awkward.  However, I love to sew and especially to quilt, so I will "keep on keeping on."  Thank you for offering these wonderful prize packages!

Jopie

Bianca wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 6 May 2011, 1:02 PM

I own a Brother CE-5000PRW model. I go to a lot of quilt retreats, and it would be really helpful to have a larger sewing surface. I tried to get an extensiontable for my sewing machine, but they are not made for that model. So winning this Sew Steady table would really be a blessing.

Thank you for the opportunity to enter your contest.

Jean wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 6 May 2011, 1:49 PM

I have a Singer Model 600 purchased in 1964.  I still have it because it was in a repair shop in 1965 when hurricane Betsy flooded Arabi and the lower ninth ward of New Orleans.  The sewing table, purchased separately, is made of compressed wood with metal legs and metal well for the sewing machine.  It was purchased for under $25 and must be made of really good glue because it survived 5 1/2 feet for water for a week.  I'd love to win a new table but I'm not sure I could part with that table that survived a flood and traveled up and down the west coast until I settled here in Texas in 1985. A new table would give me the space I need when sewing my quilts.

PoorMountainMom wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 6 May 2011, 7:16 PM

I have just learned to sew, on a Bernina 930, made when I was six years old!  I have a small Sew Steady table for this machine, but would enjoy the space of the larger one.  Thanks!

Linda wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 6 May 2011, 7:19 PM

I have a Janome memory craft 600, which I love!!!! Right now I use a card table that my cat chewed up as my work surface. I like to make large quilts, so a bigger (and better) working surface would be great!

pjbreig wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 7 May 2011, 8:27 AM

I have a Bernina 640. I have long admired the Sew Steady table. It would be great to have a drop in table that will fit into a small space.

kayfbyers wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 7 May 2011, 11:45 AM

I have a memory craft 8000 which is 20 years old and has a very small work space for quilting and  a larger work space would be nice.

Sherry wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 7 May 2011, 1:56 PM

I have a Janome DC3050 and love being a new quilter. I'd like a sew steady as some of the gals at my quilt retreat have them and it looks like a great add on for my retreat weekends. Larger quilting surface, etc.

Jan Walstrom wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 7 May 2011, 2:42 PM

I am continously on the lookout for new "tips"/"ideas" to improve my quilting.

I believe these tools would do that.  I strive to get better with every quilt I make, but still

consider myself an lower level intermediate quilter.  I have a Pfaff Classic 2027, which I

love.  

Nancy Blanchard wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 7 May 2011, 2:47 PM

I have a 100 year old Singer that I use for quilting.  Yes,  It is one of the earliest electric Singers.  It makes the Loveliest straight stitches for the quilting seams on it.  This is very similar to the machine that my mom had and that I learned to sew on!  would love to have the extra table for making the quilt blocks easier

Pearl wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 7 May 2011, 7:15 PM

I have a Singer sewing machine and would love a sewing table.  It would beat using the dining room table for sewing.

Debbie wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 8 May 2011, 3:54 AM

I recently bouht a Pfaff Quilt Expressions 2044 and would love a new Sew Steady Table for it! I also have a Husky Star 215 and bought a Sew Steady table for it a few years ago. I don't sew on it without my Sew Steady Table and can't imagine using my new machine without one.  

Diana27 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 8 May 2011, 6:52 AM

My sewing machine is a Janome Memory Craft 6600.  While it does have an extension, it is not clear nor does it have a sewing guide.  It is very difficult to keep the fabric steady and the this would be a valuable tool to have.

Tellie wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 8 May 2011, 12:06 PM

I have a Pfaff expersion 4 it's a beatiful machine. Your sew steady would be a great assist to any machine

and sewer especially to me, as I have only a small area in which I can use.

Jackie wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 8 May 2011, 12:20 PM

I have a Janome MO200 (Marie Osmond Quilter's Companion) and it's great, but it's so awkward to do large projects like a bed size quilt on the small table I currently use.  I don't own a sewing machine table, so I'm sort of disorganized because my tools and accessories are not easily available.  I like the idea of working on a clear table because I like to keep my quilt pieces and tools nearby and in sight. I would love to have this table to help my work area stay uncluttered an organized. In addition, the table is portable and when I can afford to take quilting classes, the extension table goes with me!

Liz K wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 8 May 2011, 2:19 PM

I am in the process of starting a quilting group at our church and I would LOVE to have a table to use with one of the machines that would be used for the class, possibly my Juki TL98e so I could more easily teach those attending free motion quilting.  I don't use this machine very often as I don't have a table for it.  We will be teaching sewing and quilting and making comfort quilts for those who are ill, for emergency need and for those children being adopted by families in the church (there are over 20 kids in process of being adopted right now).  We will also have a goal to make pillowcases for approx. 70 children who are part of an American Indian community that our church does outreach with and supports financially.  Thanks for sponsoring the contest!

MNnancy wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 8 May 2011, 3:27 PM

I have a Bernina 440QE.  I thought the table that came with it was pretty generous, but the SewSteady table looks like a much better size with great visibility, and the swing-away tray is ingenious.  The travel bag would be helpful when heading off to quilting class or retreat.

Mimi Nettie wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 8 May 2011, 10:34 PM

I have a Viking sewing machine.  It is my second one.  I really need an extension table for a bigger work surface for making my quilts.  I have made rugs and they do not lay flat because I do not have a flat surface to lay them on.

Loveandstitches2 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 9 May 2011, 7:41 PM

I drive a Janome 9700 Embroidery machine that I surprised myself with after my dad passed away (he left a little $$$ gift for me).  With back and neck injury and severe Arthritis in my neck and spine areas, I have to limit my time in front of the sewing machine.  All that pushing and pulling to keep the larger blocks and pieces flat on the machine bed mean less sewing time.  A larger flat surface would let me sew longer and be less painful to my body.  Currently I stack books to the right height if I have a larger block or quilt top being stitched together.

Ann wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 9 May 2011, 8:21 PM

I just bought a new Bernina and a new table would really make it great!

4MyFun wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 9 May 2011, 10:55 PM

I just got a Baby Lock Ellegante2 and the Baby Lock Evolution. I took the plunge! I still pinch myself! Now I need the odd and end stuff like these items, so important for great success!:) I could really use the extension table so I can sew larger items. The whole package would definitely be a huge perk for this newbie :) -

prnmedicaltrans@aol.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 8:32 AM

I have a 12 year old Viking and love it and saw a similar table at a quilting show years ago.  My girlfriend and I searched out the vendor and found they were out of business.  This table ROCKS.  I also saw at a retreat in Michigan a woman had this and we were drooling all over it (literally).  I just moved to the North Woods of Wisconsin by myself with my 3 four-legged buddies as my husband has to stay in Illinois for 7 more years for insurance.  I'm sure all the way in Illinois he would hear my happy dance if I ever won this!  Thanks for showing all of this again and allowing us a chance.  Mary

jmarie999 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 8:39 AM

I have a Kenmore that I take to retreats and it would be nice to have a sew steady table for it. I also have a Brother machine.

dblair@bresnan.net wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 8:56 AM

I have a 1974 Singer Stylist 774 freearm in which I have sewn on for the past 37 years (I bought it new). I have made lots of clothing and quilts on it over the years. I am now making the Grandsons clothing on it along with (still) lots of quilts. Having a Sew Steady would make it 'sew' much more easier for me to handle those quilt blocks, since I am dealing with some arthritis in my hands and neck. I keep asking for a Sew Steady for Christmas or my birthday, but nobody can 'seam' to find for me. I'll keep dreamin'.   Good Luck to everyone who enters this great contest!

Oldnanny2 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 9:05 AM

I have a table for my husqvarna Rose and would love one for my husqvarna 955e

kaholly wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 9:14 AM

I have a 35 year old Kenmore that I wouldn't trade for the world.  While it isn't a fancy machine, it is dependable, sews nicely, and has been paid for for many years!  I would love to acquire accessories to make my quilting experience go more smoothly.  I currently set up at the dining room table.

FialMI1 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 9:36 AM

The Sew Steady table would be perfect for on the go sewing with my portable Brother machine!  What a wonderful accessory.

Jonnie Earle wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 9:51 AM

I have owned a New Home machine since 1974 and really do like it.  Previously I have done all my quilting by hand but now as I have gotten older and time is zipping by I am venturing into machine quilting so I am looking at new ways to help the process. Having the Sew Steady may make that transition a lot easier, at least that is what I am hoping for, so I greatly appreciate the opportunity to win this.  thanks

trw1960 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 10:13 AM

I have a Jenome Marie Osmond edition sewing machine.  I sew on my dining room table and would love to have the Sew Steady so that I can quilt more with my machine.  I would love to have the extra space to have the project on a level "playing field" while sewing.  

Thank you for the opportunity for a chance to win this fabulous "gadget"

Marilyn.Brown wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 10:13 AM

I have a Bernina 930 eletronic, it is old, but works great. Would like one of your tables to be able to

spread out more, and learn to FMQ. The little table that came with it  has seen better days. thanks

Karen Adddleman wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 10:16 AM

I have a 21 year old Viking 990 that still runs great.  I'd love a new table, because the one I have is small and I've been doing a lot of quilting and could use a larger surface.

Donna Mighton wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 10:17 AM

I have a Babylock Quest Plus which I take with me to retreats, weekly quilting bees and classes.  I think Sew Steady is trully one of the best tools out their for the serious quilter who needs a) a larger work surface for larger project and b) a wonderful see through area for storing quilting tools in a spot where they readily accessible.    In addition, when not sewing, it provides another work surface for measuring and piecing together blocks or strips, without having to physically get up and move to another work area.  It really is a portable "work station".  A must for any serious quilter!

BamatexPhD wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 10:19 AM

I have a Viking Sapphire 870 Quilt, and a Janome 3022, and only 1 sewing cabinet. Having a Sew Steady Table would be great so I could have both machines set up at the same time.

Donna Mighton wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 10:19 AM

I have a Babylock Quest Plus which I take with me to retreats, weekly quilting bees and classes.  I think Sew Steady is trully one of the best tools out their for the serious quilter who needs a) a larger work surface for larger project and b) a wonderful see through area for storing quilting tools in a spot where they readily accessible.    In addition, when not sewing, it provides another work surface for measuring and piecing together blocks or strips, without having to physically get up and move to another work area.  It really is a portable "work station".  A must for any serious quilter!

Rita C wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 11:30 AM

Hi, I purchased a "gently used" Viking Husqvarna, from a little old lady ( not sure she was from Pasadena) I am happy with it, I have had some serious back and wrist injuries and am a fairly new quilter, this table would be a wonderful aid to my quilting, I would be so grateful for any tools and aids that make working with the larger projects easier , now I use my ironing board for additional surface. I am sure this see through surface would help me keep my work accurate. Thanks for letting me enter. Rita

bigredyek wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 11:33 AM

I think the extra sewing surface would be great for quilting on my Pfaff 2140.

Patty henry wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 12:11 PM

I have a bernina 1260 and love to free motion quilt on it.  A large surface such as this one would truly be help me to do larger quilts with more free motion surface.

TractorLewie@aol.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 12:22 PM

I have a Pfaff 2054.  I piece a lot of blocks and quilts.  The Sew Steady table would be a huge help for keeping the fabric from falling off the machine.

sqweakyquilter wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 12:30 PM

I have an Elna 6003, Quilter's Dream machine.  I love the machine but have little space to handle larger projects.  This Sew Steady Table would certainly be a helper with sewing quilts:)

Carol Evvans wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 12:50 PM

I have a Singer sewing machine and I'd like a larger work surface.

jpadden53 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 2:03 PM

The sew steady table would be so nice to keep the quilt sandwich level as I free motion my way through the quilting design.  I have to stack up books and other things now to make a somewhat level space for support as I quilt.  Additionally, it would be great to use the acrylic as a light box before the actual quilting to mark the design.

jpadden53 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 2:05 PM

p.s. I have an Elna 7300 with a solid detachable table, but this one is so much nicer...it's see-through!

Patti wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 3:08 PM

I have a White Quilter's Star sewing machine and would love to have the larger sewing area.  

L Kohl wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 3:56 PM

I have a Pfaff Tiptronic 1171.  I have an insert for my Koala sewing cabinet, but to have a Sew Steady Table to use in class for an extended surface would be absolutely wonderful.

jgrieder wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 4:21 PM

I have an Elna SU model.  This table looks portable which would be wonderful when I take my machine to class or a friend's.

taylorsgmom wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 4:21 PM

I'm retiring from 32 years of teaching this June. I get to live out my passion of quilting and sewing. I have a basic Singer sewing machine. Nothing fancy. My first chore will be to reorganize my sewing room and this table would go a long way to that success.

quilter218 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 4:27 PM

I own an old Bernette 715 made by Bernina.  It still works fine, although I wish I could afford a more up to date model!  This table would really make it easier to sew large pieces with less drag.

Bassetmommy wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 4:31 PM

I have a Brother sewinf machine that I use alot to make my "Love Blankets" for my family and friends. I am disabled and to have a Sew Steady table would be so wonderful to have!!

wwdiver wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 4:33 PM

I have a Pfaff 4.0 expressions. I just got into quilting after losing my job after 38 years. I have never sewen before but always wanted to make a quilt. My wonderful family helped purchase my sewing machine. I currently have it sitting on one of my husbands tables from the garage. I would really love to find a more reliable table to put my machine on. Happy quilting to all.

shelly56 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 4:39 PM

I hve a singer fether that my grandmother let me that she used before I was born and I need a larger space to quilt.

lilosmom wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 4:43 PM

I just went to my first quilt show (Paducah) and planned to take a lot of classes, figuring that would keep me from shopping and would save me a lot of money. Instead I came home with a Janome 770 Heritage machine! It currently sits on a folding table -- not a very steady place to sew. I'm a new quilter, so every little bit helps and I'm learning a ton. My sewing 'room' is a corner of my bedroom and I'm pulling together bits and pieces as I can. A table specifically designed for my machine that wouldn't shake when I sewed would be a dream come true!

L Kohl wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 4:49 PM

I have Pfaff Tiptronic 1171 with an acrylic insert for my Koala sewing cabinet that allows use of the full cabinet surface.  A Sew Steady would give me the same advantage away from home at classes or guild meetings.

Pat wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 4:54 PM

I have a Kenmore bought in 1998, and would love a sew steady table for it to keep my fabric on one level while quilting. I have to quilt on a table.

gramajojo wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 4:54 PM

I have a Janome 10000 and a Janome 4900 and any table to help me get orgainzed and sew straight seams would be greatly appreciated

terrimangravite@aol.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 4:55 PM

I have a Bernina 185. My makeshift sewing room contains cast off bedroom furniture and is not the best for quilting. A Sew Steady would go far to remedy that.

EileenCB wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:00 PM

I have a Husqvarna Topaz 30. I have a designated area of my laundry room for sewing and the Sew Steady would be a wonderful addition.

Calicobear wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:01 PM

I have a Pfaff Creative 2140.......and it "lives" on a folding table from Sam's Club!!  I'd love to win a Sew Steady!! Woohoooooo!!  Sounds wonderful!  :)

Thanks soooooo much for chance to win!! (My sewing machine thanks you too!  lol)

mrsfriday1 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:05 PM

I sew on a basic Kenmore, and can use all the extra help I can get.

jemmog wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:08 PM

I am saving money to purchase a new sewing machine.  You probably don't even want to know that all I currently  have is a Simplicity Denim which I purchased for mending not realizing that within a few years I would get into quilting.  I have a friend who is encouraging me to get an Elna 3230 - but I am open to suggestions.  I have a large sewing room (quilting studio) now I just need some great Sew Steady products and purchase the new sewing machine!

Pat wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:09 PM

I have a Bernina 830E that I piece and quilt on.  I also have a Singer Featherweight at my cabin that I LOVE to use!  Would love to have a table especially for the Bernina as it's such a large machine:) and doesn't fit on the table I used to use.  WOULD LOVE TO WIN ONE!

refundgranny wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:17 PM

I have a Babylock Quilt and Craft.  I have made two full size quilts for my grandchildren over the winter.  I would be ecstatic to win a table to increase my sewing space.  My dining room table is currently my sewing table.

djsny52 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:22 PM

I have a new Pfaff CV and find the work surface to be very small.  It would be so great to have a bigger work surface to do my sewing.  I am so use to a larger area because my singer touch and sew is in a cabinet and it is so much more easier to do sewing projects, so it would be nice to have a nice big work area.

Thanks so (sew) very much :)

p0larpat wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:23 PM

I have a brand new Bernina Aurora 440 Quilter's Edition, which I'm just learning to use. And I also have a trusty, older model Kenmore - it's 31 years old and still going strong. Though I already have a large Sew Steady Table, I'd dearly love to win one your prize package to give to my middle daughter, who's following in my quilting steps. My Kenmore machine was bought the summer she was born! What a great birthday present this would be, to give to her. Thanks guys.

shannonmuree wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:24 PM

I own a brother sewing machine that my husband bought me for Christmas a year ago and I love it, but I would love to have a bigger surface to work with! Oh the quilts I could make if only I had a Sew Steady Table!

Jfred wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:27 PM

I have a 30 year old kenmore sewing machine.  I have a cabinet but would like a one with more space to work on.  Would love to win one! Thanks

meme40 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:28 PM

I love to sew! I'm in the process of job hunting again, but can't stay away from my sewing machine! Problem is, my machine is a 33 year old Montgomery Ward machine, which is ok and still barely going, but in order for me to sew donations of pillowcases and things for the needy like I want, plus a new grandbaby on the way, I need a better machine. I like the fact that yours has a bigger work space too! My husband can't wait for me to get all my sewing stuff off the kitchen table! lol!

grammcl wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:30 PM

I have a Bernina QE aurora 440.  I make baby quilts for a police department anmd local hospital and I am learning to do some free motion quilting.  I'd like to dress these quilts a little nicer with more than just ditch quilting.  A Sew Steady system would really be a big help with the quilting, giving me a much larger and better sewing platform.  Thank you for the opportunity to win one of your great prizes.

Maureen wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:33 PM

My gorgeous Bernina, Elizabeth, has a large Sew Steady table, but my sweetheart, Ruby,  a vintage Viking, would absolutely love to have her own Sew Steady table. Sew Steady tables are the perfect answer for quilters and sewers who can not have a custom sewing cabinet.  

becca8688 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:35 PM

I have a Viking and I want to start quilting with it.  I think a Sew Steady Systen would be such a big help.

stingrae wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:37 PM

I have a Brother 1500D for quilting & embroidery.  My tiny 800 sq. ft house does not lend to much "space", so I use my kitchen table as my sewing table.  Since my machine sits above & cannot be level with the table, your fantastic, see-through design table would level my quilting area & make my life so much easier.  Great design/product.  Would love to have one!  Thank you!!

PBD wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:37 PM

I have a Husquavarna Viking Designer Diamond and could really use the sew steady table set as my husband gave me the machine several years ago, before he passed, but I still have my old cabinet and his gift machine does not fit the insert so I sew at my dinning room table and a sew steady table would give me lots more surface room for my quilting and I could see and keep my hand tools beneath the see-thru table.  It's a wonderful package and many thanks for providing this to one of our members, even if it's not me.  

Thanks

Peggy

lisalnewman wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:38 PM

I would love to win one of your fabulous tables, I have wanted one for my Bernina 730E so that I have a better workspace when I go to classes. Have my fingers crossed!!!!

ehingersoll wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:44 PM

I have a babylock Grace that I bought during my beginner's quilting class last year.  I need a Sew Steady because I have to sew on my dinig room table!  Anything that makes it feel more like a craft room is welcomed!!!

Karen8199 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:45 PM

I have a Kenmore from the 70's. Straight stitches just fine but no more zig-zag or adjustable needle positioning. I would a love a larger surface to work on, but would probably love the sew straight guide even more, since I am having trouble sewing a consistent 1/4" seam.

quiltngranny wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:50 PM

One of your tables would be an answer to many problems I have sewing and quilting with my Brother 270D.  Not only would it help hold the projects at an even level with the bed of my machine, but it would be easier on my shoulders that are already crying from all my sewing and quilting.

Jean Moore wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:50 PM

I sew on a 1984 Singer sewing machine in my dining room. Certainly no mu idea of a quilting table but

it will do. A larger surface area would help in quilting a large quilt.

bethds wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:57 PM

I have a White Quilter's Star 1780 and a Janome Memory Craft 300E embroidery machine.  I retired after 30 + years of teaching.  My first quilt was a picture quilt for my oldest granddaughter's high school graduation.  She is now 23, married and in graduate school.  It was

pojeda wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:57 PM

I own several sewing machines, but I mainly use my Singer 301a!  I love the way it stitches!  And such a workhorse!  This is the one I would use the table for so when I am working on a quilt I can stretch it out and it will be held up.  I would love one of these tables!  Thank you for the opportunity to win!

SewCalGal wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:57 PM

I have a Bernina 730 and would love a sew steady table.  It would really make it nice for when I do free-motion quilting.  I could truly sew steady!

SewCalGal

www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

pam_biswas@yahoo.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 5:58 PM

I have a Husquevarna-Viking Quilt Designer that I take to classes and would love to have the Sew Steady table to go with it.  Thank you very much.

Sharon45 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 6:05 PM

I have a Janome machine that my husband got me for Christmas last year, as well as an "old" singer from 1965 -- still works well for those heavier projects.  Would love to have a Sew Steady to help me have a designated well organized place to sew.  New quilter but really appreciate the "art" and have taken several classes as well as having several UFO's now.

Reenie wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 6:12 PM

I have a Singer Futura 250 that I wish I'd never have purchased. I also purchased a little Janome to take to class that I love. A sew steady would just help my quilting tremendously. I quilt on my dining room table and sew steady would give me a larger area to work on ... all on the same level.

bmccullers wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 6:14 PM

I have a Husqvarna Viking Quilt Designer II.  I embroider and quilt, make doll clothes, baby clothes, bags, table runners, and anything else I can discover to do.  My next goal is to practice doing free motion quilting until I can do it as beautifully as others do.  This wonderful table would help me do a better job with my sewing and quilting - I'm sure of it!

csoehren wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 6:18 PM

I have a Janome 6500 that I do most of my piecing on. I use a BabyLock Audrey for classes and retreats. A bigger, flat workspace would be wonderful!

denicedcat wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 6:19 PM

I have a Singer Stylist which was my first "major" purchase after college.  For the first 25 years, I sewed most of my clothes, drapes, and my mother-in-law's patchwork tree skirt with it.  I also discovered my loving of patchwork and pieced my 1st quilt using that machine.  I upgraded about 12 years ago to a Viking 550 Lily which I now use for piecing my quilts together.  But when it comes to quilting with a walking foot, I rely on my old Singer.  I would really appreciate having the Sew Steady table for my Singer as I usually am quilting double size quilts which can be quite cumbersome to manage.  Thank you for the opportunity to win!        

Lynnita wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 6:20 PM

I have a Brother QC1000. I love it, but sew on a table in the living room. It'd be nice to have a SewSteady table in my own space.

Dee wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 6:22 PM

As I am a serious quilter, I own 2 Pfaff's and a Brothers.  It is not unusual for me to work on more than one quilt at a time.   I would love a Sew Steady.

gfersmom wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 6:23 PM

I am new to quilting and have a Bernina 630. My space in my sewing room is limited so a new table would be just thing to keep my quilt in p,ace while sewing. My goal is to put together a quilt for my king size bed so I believe a table would be a must!!  Thank you for this opportunity.

bethds wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 6:25 PM

I have a White 1780 and a Janome Memory Craft 300E embroidery machine. After 30+ years of teaching, I retired.  My first quilt was a picture quilt for my oldest granddaughter's high school graduation.  She is now 23, married and in graduate school.  It was a pretty simple design.  I have since made  quilts for a niece, 2 grandsons, another granddaughter, and a niece's mother.  I have "quilted" them using stitch-in -the-ditch and have recently tried free motion quilting.  This has caused much frustration since I have NO machince table and am trying to use a 2' x 4' table I received for my birthday.  I have contemplated making a home-made table extension out of styrofoam.  Winning a Sew Steady table would be sooooo lovely!  P.S:  I still have to make quits for 7 more grandchildern.

Shaparrish wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 6:25 PM

I have a Brother PC8500.  I would love to win your Sew Steady table.  I think it would really help me to free motion quilt.  I only quilt on my sewing machine and I know this would help my quilting.

Lisa wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 6:27 PM

I have a Viking Quilt Designer.  A large flat surface like this would help my free motion quilting.  I love that's it clear so you could stash your tools underneath.

nursie76 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 6:31 PM

I have a large collection of sewing machines, but my favorites are my Bernina 830 LE and Bernina 330. I would love to have a table for my 330 which is my travel machine. The extra room would be so awesome to have while at classes. I am sure my finished products would come out nicer and with a lot less frustration!

Laura wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 6:33 PM

I have a Janome Memory Craft 4900. I have recently learned to do free motion quilting with the help of a great class with my quilt guild (Cocheco Quilt Guil in NH) and lots of practice, practice, and more practice. So now I would love and need a large flat surface like this.

Doris Gould wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 6:36 PM

I have a Bernina 930 in a sewing desk with little clearance behind it. I would love this glass table option to move my machine out and onto a table, so I would have more room on most sides of my machine to help with my free motion quilting.

maddogtoo wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 6:40 PM

I have a Viking Diamond and Designer 1.  I am not able to put them in a cabinet because I often use them as embroidery machines. A Sew Steady table would allow me to have a large work area for quilting and still allow me to easily convert to do my embroidery as well. I also would like to try free-motion quilting because I usually send them out to be quilted.

Thanks

Carol

gaylewind89@msn.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 6:46 PM

I would love to win the Sew Steady Extension Table because not only would it extend the sewing surface of my sewing machine, but with the addition of an under-cabinet light, I would have a light table.  This would allow more versatility to my applique and sewing.

Wendy Harris wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 6:56 PM

I own a Viking Platinum 750 Quilt.  I'd like to win the Sew Steady table so I could finally try to machine quilt one of my quilts.   I don't dare try it without a table but I have not yet aquired a table for my sewing machine.

bjones155@austin.rr.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 6:58 PM

Would love to have the Sew Steady Extension Table to make it easier to quilt the large quilts I so often make.  Just finished a large one and would have loved a larger surface on which to work to enhance my free motion quilting.

Mrs Sew & Sew wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 7:04 PM

It would be a "blessing" to add a larger extention table onto my 1090 Bernina sewing machine, since I have had the misfortune to of lost the original table that is of regular size that traditionally goes with that model.  I volunteer and teach sewing classes alot!  But primarily I like to support most causes specifically the American Legion and non profit Cancer Societies for our children and vets by sewing as many pillowcases for the "cause" as I can.  The larger table would definitely be useful and "wonderful" all at the same time!

bjones155@austin.rr.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 7:08 PM

Forgot to mention, I have a Pfaff Creative Vision which gives a larger space to quilt only when the embroidery unit is attached, which means any quilt gets hung on the embroidery arm.  A larger extension table would eliminate the snagging and make free motion quilting much, much easier.

4dognight wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 7:13 PM

I have a plain old 18 year old singer that grinds as it goes along!  I desperately need a new sewing machine and table!  Please pick me!  

JoAnn T wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 7:16 PM

I bought my Sew Steady table from my Bernina dealer.  It gives me  a great stable extended surface for quilting and an under-the-table space to thread snips, ruler and pins handy as I quilt.

enlouc@frontiernet.net wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 7:23 PM

I have a Viking Designer Diamond.  Although I keep the embroidery arm on most of the time, when I sew larger projects, it would be great to have a larger sewing surface.  If the Sew Table had holes in it, then a square piece of material could be turned into a perfect circle just using the sewing machine!  It would also work as a light table when I needed to trace a design!

Sheilas-8 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 7:34 PM

I have a Husquvarna Quilt Designer sewing machine.  We recently downsized our home and my sewing room is very small. I believe this would be very helpful and ease my life quilting.

cmilleson wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 7:34 PM

I was a decorative painter and then got the quilting/embroidery bug.  I embroider on my Babylock Esante and quilt on my Bernina Activa 131...Not a fancy machine, but I love it.  I would love to have one of those large Sew Tables to get more quilting experience!

pcook43 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 7:37 PM

I have a Viking Designer SE.  I'm a new quilter, enticed to take it up in order to finish a quilt top started by my grandmother in the 1940s.  I haven't started working on it yet - I need more time learning the craft before I tackle it.  I'd love to have the Sew Steady to help me when I do the quilting.  It would make it so much easier to move the quilt around.

Katy wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 7:40 PM

I have a Brother Quatro 6000D that is a new purchase, but without a Sew Steady table you don't have the surface to quilt successfully.  Please consider me for your great product!

pennysmom wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 7:48 PM

My machines are a Viking #1 that's about 18 years old and a 1946 Featherweight, both of which I dearly love.  When we are in our fifth wheel I take my Featherweight along and would love to have a Sew Steady table for it to afford a larger, very stable sewing and quilting surface.

PussyCat wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 7:52 PM

I have a Pfaff Creative 2170. I would love the Sew Steady. I am 76 and sometimes my seam aren't as straight as they used to be.

navyquiltnana wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 7:59 PM

I have Brother, Janome, Euro-Pro, and Singer sew machines. I would love to have a sewing table for either machine. Thanks for the opportunity.

wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 7:59 PM

I have a Sears Best Kenmore and the sewing table I have the machine on isn't as smooth as it use to be.  It would be nice to have a smooth sewing area for the fabric to glide through.

dazeychristi@rocketmail.com

bpcampion@comcast.net wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 8:00 PM

I have a Viking Sapphire 850 - I am interested in trying out free-motion machine quilting and the Sew Steady table would not only be perfect, but absolutely necessary, for those projects!

Thanks for the opportunity at such a great drawing!

PussyCat wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 8:01 PM

I have a Pfaff 2170. I would love your great product. Sometimes my stitches ain't what they used to be in my earlier days. It would make me very happy to win.

CathyAnne wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 8:05 PM

Hello:  I have a Janome 11000 and would love to have a big, flat surface to support my quilt when I am doing free motion quilting. This Sew Steady table could be easily removed when I wanted to use the embroidery function of my machine - it would be like having two machines - wouldn't that be nice.

Good luck everyone........

bonbon wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 8:06 PM

I have a brother, and a Janome, use the brother most of the time as the Janome is an older model.

I have fibromyalgia, and several other health problems, and anything that makes my quilting and sewing easier is a plus for me.

Nancy wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 8:10 PM

I would like to win a table for my daughter, she has a Bernina that sits on an old 4' banquet style table.  As a full-time working mother, she has very little time to sew and part of that time is always spent trying to organize her workspace.  She could really use one of those beautiful tables.

henryp wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 8:14 PM

I have a Husqvarna D1 and a Designer 1 SE both used, the table looks very handy

jtasfa@gmail.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 8:15 PM

I have a Babylock Ellegante.  Being an Army spouse (recently retired) I moved around a lot.  My table made me able to work on any flat surface I had.  During our last move, the mover's actually broke my table.  I have had a hard time getting it replaced.

Patricia Pfeiffer wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 8:16 PM

I have a Pfaff 1471, old but sews like new, and I love it. I'm just learning to free motion quilt and the extra room would make it so much easier and more enjoyable.

servbragg@stny.rr.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 8:19 PM

I have a Baby Lock and love it. I have been sewing since a tween and thank my Mom for letting me use her machine to make doll clothes and later teaching me to sew garments.  I primarily make quilts now for nieces and nephews and now their babies and special friends.  I would love a sewing table as I have always used foldable tables to this point.  Thank you for the opportunity to enter this contest.

Janet Lopes wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 8:20 PM

I have a Bernina 1530 machine.  It would be a big help to have a Sew Steady table for my quilting.

Erin wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 8:20 PM

I am currently using a Pfaff, but also have a Baby Lock Quilter Choice which I like to use for the quilting process.  It has a speed regulator that the Pfaff does not, but the Pfaff has the built in walking foot and a great 1/4 inch foot.

The Sew Steady would be a wonderful for quilting and maybe it would help me be a better free motion quilter

jjsugg@embarqmail.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 8:22 PM

I have a Pfaff 7570 and use it to quilt all the time.  I would love having the bigger area to support my block construction and quilting, too!  

jjsugg@embarqmail.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 8:26 PM

My machine is a Pfaff 7570 and I could really use the extra space of the Sew Steady!  I don't have a cabinet for my machine, so having the level space would be wonderful.

Donna Miller wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 8:27 PM

I have 3 Berninas.  I'm a firm believer in the machine.  The oldest I received when I graduated college in 1975, the newest is 4 years old.  I am using a cabinet that I bought for the first bernina and the insert does not fit my newer machines.  I would love to have the work table to allow me to set up two machines, one for piecing and one for quilting. That would let me work on several projects at a time.

Linda E in AZ wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 8:45 PM

My machine that is lacking any table for quilting is a Babylock Design Pro.   I take this machine to my guild's "community" sewing days (once a week), so I would surely be nice to have a decent surface to work on.  Since this is a mechanical machine,  it's the machine that I drag around the countryside to do sewing when I'm away from home or at a distant workshop - my computer machines don't like or need that kind of treatment so I leave them at home.

thanks!  

MARYL-12 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 8:48 PM

I have a Bernina 730.  Looks like there is more room when I take the machine to class with this table.

quiltwoman74 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 9:01 PM

i have a brother ult2003d- it is a wonderful machine and i love everything i make with it- being able to have more table space using the sew steady for quilting would be Marvelous.

girly4u373 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 9:04 PM

I own a Husqvarna Viking D1 and have always wanted a Sew Steady since I first saw one in use. Being left-handed, I think it would improve my quilting tremendously.

Judy wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 9:20 PM

I just bought a Janome DC1050 and would love to have a Sew Steady table for it!

ROBINC-5 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 9:29 PM

I have a Bernina 820 that I purchased last year.  I have not had the time to sew very much in the past 15 years but recently decided to pick up the habit again. I had never quilted but just jumped in and took off!  I know that there are many things that I need to complete my sewing room.  If I won the Sew Steady table it would be a great start .

Purdue Fan wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 9:33 PM

I have a Kenmore machine - nothing fancy, but I love it! This table would be a great addition to my sewing room.

hpetrik@yahoo.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 9:41 PM

I treated myself to a new Bernina Aurora 440 QE after treatment for cancer.  It was time to begin quilting again.  Love that machine!  I now make kids' quilts to donate to the Pediatric Infusion Therapy Unit (kids chemo) at Mayo Clinic.  I'm always looking for things to make my quilting quicker and easier so I can finish more quilts to take to the kids.

Pat wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 9:44 PM

I have a Husqvarna Diamond embroidery machine that I also use for quilting.  I don't have a sewing cabinet and think I wouldn't need one if I had the sew steady table.  I believe that it would serve all of my needs.

acurry17 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 9:49 PM

Four years ago I finally saved enough to purchase a  "gently" used Pfaff Classic 2025, I really enjoy it except for the sewing surface that seems way too small when quilting anything larger than table runners. Since my machine purchase, I've lost my job (like so many others). I've seen your tables and have been attempting to save for one, but  something else is always needed more. Would really love to be able to add a Sew Steady table to my "work" area.

gail.bryant wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 9:49 PM

I have a Janome 9500 and love it.  My bedroom is doing double duty right now, and its very hard sewing on the floor.  I would love to have the Sew Steady,it would help me out tremendously since I have carpet on my floor and also keep my sewing lines straight.  Always wanted one. I pray that I'm chosen to win.

Pat wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 9:53 PM

If this message is a duplicate, please accept my apologies as I did not see the original post.  I have a Husqvarna Diamond Emboridery machine which I also use for quilting.  I do not have a sewing cabinet for my machine and believe I might not need one as the sew steady table will serve all of my needs.  

AmePitt wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 9:56 PM

This is what I have dreamed of for my Designer I!  I have a great sewing cabinet on hydraulics but it will be ideal with the Sew Steady.  I work on large projects and the Sew Steady would maximize my ability to create my art.  I have had such difficulty with my elaborate projects and the Sew Steady would be a great enhance my work space.  

judd63 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 9:57 PM

I have a Sears model of sewing machine.  My husband had bought me a top of the line Singer machine shortly after we go married in 1965, and I totally wore it out.  I would love to have extra room to sew on since now I work on quilts instead of kids clothes.  It would be a dream come true.

Michelle wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 9:59 PM

I have a Kenmore sewing machine that I've had for about 10yrs now and it gets a good workout!  Having an even and more orgainized work table area would help tremendously, as I am sewing on a drafting table.  I still have a challenge keeping my quilts from pulling as I'm sewing.  Thanks for the oppertunity!!

lucky7@bresnan.net wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 10:15 PM

I have two machines.  A viking Designer One and a Babylock Ellisimo.  I make about 10 to 15 quilts a year.  The table would be a great help in making my quilts.

Karen Boden wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 10:20 PM

I own an Innovis 4000D. My daughter died in a car accident 6 years ago. She & I both loved to sew. I purchsed my machine in her memory. She was 28, but loved Eeyore, so had to have a Disney machine. Ths was somthing I had never seen before coming to evter this contest. What a wonderful tool this would be for my quilting. I was impressed by all I saw.

dorkymom51@verizon.net wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 10:46 PM

I have a Viking 755 Platinum Quilter.  I have quilted for years, making do with the kitchen table or my mom's old desk.  I recently retired from being an elementary school librarian, and we are trying to set up a spare room (now that we are empty nesters!!!!) as my sewing room.  It would be so nice to have all that nifty stuff to go in my new space.  It would make my desk much more efficient.  (My husband has offered to buy me new cabinets and sewing desk, but I can't bring myself to go there.  Don't want to be eating cat food in 10 years!  For now I'm sticking with the old furniture.)

Thank you for being a sponsor and offering such cool prizes!

margacat@sbcglobal.net wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 10:56 PM

I recently bought a Janome 2160DC to take to quilting classes as my Pfaff Tiptronic 2040 felt like it was getting heavier each time it left the house.  On the Janome there is no bed for the fabric pieces after the pressure foot, so a Sew Steady table would be a big help to keep me seams straight in classes.  I had a Sew Steady table for my first machine after I got into quilting, but then upgraded to the Pfaff.  I have never seen another sewing machine by NELCO since then.  Your table would be a big help in my quilting.  Thank you!

Better late than never wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 11:06 PM

I have a Pfaff Memory Craft 8000 and my old machine was set in a table.  I miss having a bigger flat surface on which to work.  This sounds like it would be a wonderful addition.  Thanks so much for the opportunity to win this!

linynp wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 11:15 PM

I've kicked up my sewing and now a proud owner of a bernina 630 to add to my Janome 3050. To have the extra space for accuracy in my new found love for quilting will truly make me an addict!!

Junebug wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 11:19 PM

I have a Brother SQ-9000.  I am currently sewing in a very small space on my bedroom floor.  This seems like a great way to increase my work area and not take up too much space.  I could definitely use a sew straight guide!!

IbbyDoo wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 11:20 PM

My favorite machine is my Janome 6500.  I do find I have so many attachments that they are always spread out over the table.  It would be so nice to be better organized.

OregonTrailDebbie wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 11:28 PM

I own an Elna Quilter's Dream and love it!  I also own a quilt shop and take this machine to many classes.  The Sew Steady would offer me a better and larger work surface that would make sewing at classes or in my RV as much fun as sewing at home!

bjeanjacks wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 10 May 2011, 11:33 PM

I piece and quilt with my Brother Innovis 1500D.  I have three older machines which are Brother or Babylock.  I also have a 1935 treadle machine.  I am a new quilter (since October 2010).  my previous hobby was machine embroidery.  I am very addicted to quilting, but don't have alot of the necessary equipment needed.  A sewing table is on my list and I love the design of the Sew Steady.

cehowland wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 12:04 AM

I love the clear table with the box beneath to store needed items. It would go great with my Brother machine.

ca2jo wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 1:22 AM

I sew on a Pfaff CV which I adore. I am just starting to quilt and the increased work space that the Sew Steady would give me would make life so much easier especially when trying to free motion quilt. The Sew Straight quide is simply  brilliant. I would use that all the time - and then to be able to store tools in the clear box would just be the icing on the cake!!

I would sew love to win this.

karen wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 1:57 AM

I have a Pfaff Tipmatic 6122. I would love a bigger workspace to help with my free-motion quilting. This looks like a wonderful product, and I would be excited to be able to use one!

Fran In Texas wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 4:08 AM

My machine is a Janome MC 9700.  This is probably going to be my last machine.  I love it!  I have made numerous quilts on it.  I have done embroidery for some of my quilts.  I have made button holes without a lot of difficulty and I even have sewn buttons on garments with my machine.  I have always been afraid of doing that!  Now, I just need a suitable extention table to go with my wonder machine!

JEANIED-2 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 5:15 AM

Ihave a Viking 555. My quilting space is very small and have to make do with a table. Not quite enough space  for flat sewing. A n extention for my machine would make it easy to layout patches and not hurt my many-surguried back.

mjwarnick wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 5:42 AM

I have a Bernina QE440. The table that I use creates a drag on my fabric when I sew or quilt. I have seen others use an extension table and it makes a huge difference when sewing. I would love to try one!

Melbourne wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 6:10 AM

I have a Brother sewing machine that is amazing. Having a larger work surface would increase my productivity and comfort.

Sheila wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 6:36 AM

I have a Janome 6500 that I purchased used six years ago.  Purchasing my Janome was a big step in making my quilting life better but the addition of a Sew Steady would give me a much needed and larger work surface.  Having a larger surface would make Free Motion Quilting life so much better since it would help to end the fight to keep the quilt from pulling away from me as I quilt.

Paula Cox wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 6:37 AM

I had an extention table that I purchased for my Janome machine.  Last year my daughter and her family had to move in with me.  My two year old grandson, not knowing any better of course, set it on the floor and stood on it.  Needless to say it broke in half.  I really need a new one to once again have a larger sewing surface and to get him out of hot water.

Jean wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 6:38 AM

I currently have 7 different sewing machines but would love to have the large Sew Steady for my Janome 6600P.  It came with an extension table but the large Sew Steady see through one would be great for when I have to take my machine to classes that I teach!  I know that you also make them for longarm machines so one for my Tin Lizzie 18LS would be great also!

Holly wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 7:06 AM

I currently own a Singer Confidence Quilter. At a very young age, I learned to sew from both of my grandmothers. I loved spending time with them learning this wonderful craft and to this day, it is one of my favorite past times.  When I am having a stressful or difficult day, I turn to my sewing and fabrics as it brings back all the good feelings I used to have when spending time with my grandmothers.  I have a very small corner in my room where my sewing machine is located on a little desk which I spend a lot of time at.  It is my little corner of the world where the worlds problems and issues dissapear as I lose myself in whatever sewing project I am working on.  How wonderful it would be to have the large Sew Steady to allow for a larger work surface while working on my quilts and sewing projects.

lisa wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 7:20 AM

I have a HV Se and I love it.  I would love to own a Sew Steady table to improve my sewing.

Jackie wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 7:24 AM

A real sewing table .... sigh.... It would be great to move off the dining room table and have my own space!

BETTY POUNSETT wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 7:32 AM

I have a Janome 6500 that I use at home and a little Janome JS1004 that I take to workshops and to Comfort Quilts twice monthly. I large see-through table would be terrific.

Charlotte M. Sylvia wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 7:37 AM

I have been sewing since I was a young girl. I grew up with my mom and an aunt who was a patternmaker and assistant designer for several New York City designers during her career. Although she demanded near perfection, it was truly worth it because I now can alter patterns, do fittings correctly, and even modify patterns to my own designs. I now own a Baby Lock Ellissimo, which I love because it is a truly solid machine that can do anything. I love to do embroidery on it. I do have a large table for this machine. But I love to go to an occasional class for the comraderie and to make things I usually would not have time for. Therefore, I bought a Baby Lock Sofia which is perfect as a portable sewing and embroidery machine. My most recent purchase is a Baby Lock Evolution Serger. If I want to use my Sofia or Serger, I have to swap them out with the Ellissimo. How wonderful it would be to have a Sew Steady to allow me a larger surface for quilting and sewing and possible space for my serger.

Wagoner_jj@hotmail.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 7:39 AM

I have two machines. One is an older Kenmore which does a beautiful job and the other is a Brother combination embroidery and sewing machine. I am a beginner quilter but a long time sewer. Right now I am working on a black and white apple core quil because I have one my grandmother made. She called it "an axe quilt." hers was all hand stitched and quilted. Mine is not, unfortunately. It would be lovely to have a large work space.

nsteve wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 7:41 AM

I have a Husqvarna DI  and would love tohave a large surface for my sewing.

dollyquilter wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 7:41 AM

I have several sewing machines but I have 2 pfaffs that I use every day, but   I have just 1that I have a sew steady tables for. I would love to have one for my other machine.  thank you, Dolly

BETTY POUNSETT wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 7:41 AM

I have a Janome 6500 that I use at home and a lightweight Janome JS1004 that I take to workshops and to Comfort Quilts twice monthly. Would love a large see-through table!

BETTY POUNSETT wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 7:41 AM

I have a Janome 6500 that I use at home and a lightweight Janome JS1004 that I take to workshops and to Comfort Quilts twice monthly. Would love a large see-through table!

Nancy wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 7:45 AM

I have a Singer Scholastic 1120 which my parents gave me for Christmas.  I have been sewing and crafting for years, but have just recently started quilting and I find that I just don't have the patience for hand quilting - so having a Sew Steady table would sure make machine quilting a lot easier by giving me a much bigger work surface (that is also portable - yay!).  Maybe if my smaller projects were a little more successful, I would have the confidence to try something bigger and more advanced!  Thanks Sew Steady!

basktcse wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 7:45 AM

I have many different machines, but the table looks to be an absolute need for working on machine quilting.  It would be wonderful for free motion quilting as well as piecing.

Connie wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 7:47 AM

I have a Bernina 180 and would love an opportunity to win this table. Thank you!

Betty wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 8:02 AM

I have a Jonome Gem.  I would love the large surface that your slide in would provide.  I enjoy free style quilting and this would give me a larger and more managable area to do my quilting.  Thanks for the opporunity.

Kim Z wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 8:06 AM

I have a Husvarna Machine which I love, and I would love a large surface to help with my machine quilting as well as the piecing of borders on those larger quilts.

Terry Sams wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 8:08 AM

I use a Bernina 730 machine.  I would love to win a Sew Steady table because my sewing table does notfit my machine very well.  It is difficult to get an accurate seam at times and keep the seems going in the correct directions.  Also the insert for sewing that fits my table is not smooth and none of the things I try to do to it to make the quilting go smoothly do not work.  Ihave tried, silicon spray, stick-on sheets, etc and nothing works. I sew or quilt nearly every single day, making lots of quiltsfor  gifts.  Thanks, Terry Sams

patmikelake@aol.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 8:19 AM

I have a Bernina 830 and travel a lot.  I like to take my machine with me.  A table would be great and also for classes.  I have seen some of these being used but have never invested in one.  I think it would be invaluable.  What a great idea.

Connie P wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 8:23 AM

I have a Singer Confidence 7470.  I love this machine and no problems at all.  I do a lot of quilting for "quilts for kids"  and boy would it be a blessing to have that large table!  Fingers crossed here and thank you for doing this give away =)

dknott wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 8:46 AM

I have a Husqvarna Emerald 203.  I would love to have a large table on my machine to have room to quilt. Thanks for to chance to win.  

anne0114 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 8:46 AM

I have a Bernina 1060.  I have often thought of getting a newer model. but I love my olf buddy.

Maggsb4 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 8:46 AM

What an amazing table.   It would be so much easier and your sewing would be much more accurate.  I have a Janome Excel 650 waiting for an insert such as this.   Thanks

Nancy-in-VA wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 8:58 AM

I have a Janome 7330. I use it almost everyday, as quilting and home decor projects are my favorite hobbies. I bought a cabinet that is wonderful as it gives me a lot of workspace, but the machine sits on top, so a large work surface even with the machine would be extremely helpful. Thanks for the chance to win.

Gail wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 8:59 AM

I have a Janome 9000 and a Jem...I would love to have this table as I don't have one now and it could be so useful.

Lani wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 9:00 AM

I am a new quilter.  I think a clear steady table would help me reduce the clutter that seems to collect around the base of the machine that is always falling off the edge or making me stop and reorganize.

I have a Janome 11000 and would think that this would be a wonderful addition to my sewing endeavor.

I love the idea of the ruler on the side as I am learning precision is the key to eveything. Starting out with the right tools should make all the difference.

rypeanut wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 9:06 AM

I have a Bernina 440, I would love one of theses tables to be able to quilt in a larger space.

Sandi Sheridan wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 9:09 AM

I have several machines and I love the inserts and sew steady tables that I have for them.  I have a Bernina 820 and a Featherweight 221 but no tables for either one.  I would love to have a table for one of them.

Michelle wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 9:16 AM

I have a Singer Featherweight 221 1947 vintage.  I would love the Sew Steady table to extend the sewing surface.  With the portability of the machine the table would add to that, and make sewing a "steady" part of my day.

DIANEJ-2 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 9:22 AM

I have several machines, all different makes.  I use the Pfaff or White the most and would love to have a table for them, right now they just sit on a banquet table

dotb wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 9:23 AM

I have a Bernina 440QE. As the name indicates, this is a quilting machine which I chose because many of my projects are quilts. Having a large smooth surface to piece as well as quilt would be a huge advantage. I have seen Sew Steady tables in action and they look so wonderful. Most of those I've seen were at quilt groups, testifying to the claim of their portability. The fact that they are clear gives you room underneath to tuck the tools you are using for your project so they stay handy and don't drop off the table. So many products are made today to make a sewers/quilters life easier, and this is definitely one of them!

dworsley wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 9:26 AM

I have a few machines and it would be great to use on anyone of these machines.  Anyone could use extra and more work space.  I would love to use this with my Horizon 7700 due to the size of the machine and the more room for quilting the better.  I would very much enjoy this type of table for me to work on.

Rilene wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 9:32 AM

I have an old Pfaff.  A larger work space would make FMQ so much smoother!

Cheri Knudson wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 9:35 AM

I have had a Horn cabinet for 21 years and I have been able to accommodate any sewing machines that I have had by ordering the plastic templates.  That was before I discovered quilting.  I currently have a Husqvarna Lily that I bought 15 years ago.  I wanted an upgrade to embroider so I bought an embroidery/quilting machine from HSN and it doesn't fit.  It is bigger than the 11" x 18 1/2"  well size I have, and is even bigger when I attach the hoop.  It is a Singer Futura SES2000.  There isn't much room to sew.  Things keep falling behind the cabinet!  It would be great to have more room for my projects.  Thank you for your interest in making us sewers do what we do just a little bit better.

charlenec@sunflower.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 9:37 AM

I have a BabyLock Quilters Choice and would love, love to have a steady sewing table.  I currently sew on a cardtable or the kitchen table, this larger workspace would be terriffic.

Barbara wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 9:51 AM

I have 2 Husqvarna Designer 1 machines and 1 Elna Quilter's Dream 6003.  I love all of my machines, but use the Designer 1 the most.  I usually have 1 set up for embroidery and the other for quilting.  I have a knack for picking out quilts that are bed size or larger...just don't seem to be the wall hanging or table topper type.  The sew steady would be great for handling those larger quilts!

ioiita54@aol.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 10:02 AM

I have a Pfaff CV and a Pfaff 1473. I have a Sew Steady table for both of these machines which are wonderful! Great product. I really like the idea of the gadget drawer though as I am constantly looking for my tools when doing patchwork quilting, etc. I usually keep these things under the table as they are out of the way and visible but necer thought to connect a "spinning" drawer to the legs.

quilt45x wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 10:03 AM

I have a Viking 750 and am working in a folding table that sits too high.  My shoulders generally ache when I finish since there never seems to be a good place to stop until the project is done!  I would love to have a large, flat surface to work on know that the Sew Steady table would be the answer.

Sharon wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 10:06 AM

I have a Bernina 730E. I have a Sew Steady table for my Babylock Serger. I would love to be able to take a Sew Steady table with me to sewing retreats!

jackiesmith wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 10:11 AM

I have a Bernina Aurora 450. I know that my begining quilting would be easier on a larger surface. I also really like the idea of having my tools underneath in clear sight so I am not constantly "loosing my sissors" and everything else. I have been told by other quilters who have the Sew Steady that it would really make my life easier. I look forward to owning one.

bobsie311 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 10:12 AM

I have a Pfaff CV, a small Brother Innovis 950, a 45 year-old Elna and a serger.  I use all of them and I think the table would help me organize my sewing room and the spinner looks like lots of fun.

Barbara wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 10:14 AM

I have 2 Husqvarna Designer 1 machines and 1 Elna Quilter's Dream 6003.  I use my Designer 1's the most.  I usually have 1 set up for embroidery and the other to sew my quilts on.  I have a terrible habit of always choosing bed size or larger quilts to make.  The Sew Steady would be awesome for manuevering and working with my larger projects.  Bigger is always better!!!

Janers wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 10:32 AM

I have a very inexpensive Singer Slant machine, have had it for over 20 years and it is still going strong.  I wouldn't mind updating the look of my sewing area though and the Sew Steady table would be a great addition.  It was interesting to find out that the company is based out of Eugene, OR -- I live only about an hour away from Eugene and yes, it is beautiful!

dbrightwell1960 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 10:37 AM

I have a Kenmore and a Janome.  I would love a Sew Steady table to go with my Kenmore!

mommycat wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 10:44 AM

I own a Brother Q1000 for which I make lap quilts to donate to our local Animal Shelter.  They auction the quilts to earn money to support the shelter.  This Sew Steady would be very helpful as I have to use my kitchen table to sew and it would probably increase the number of quilts I can make to donate.  Great invention!

vickitones@yahoo.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 10:55 AM

I have a Pfaff 2056 which I dearly love.  I do have it in a cabinet at home, but have quit going to quilting classes because it is so hard to sew on out of the cabinet.  With the Sew Steady table, I would once again be able to take advantage of the wonderful classes out there to expand my knowledge and skill in quilting.  The perfect answer to my problem.

bonniehastings@embarqmail.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 10:57 AM

I have a Bernina 440 QE  and I love it.  However I do not have a sewing table for it.  It would make it so much easier for quilting if my machine would set down in a table.

Jeananne wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 10:59 AM

I have a Brother SE400 sewing and embroidery machine, I would so love to have one of these tables to make my sewing and quilting so much smoother and for the fabric not to pull.  I love the design and the fact you can see through it also!

BeveB wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 11:01 AM

I have a Pfaff 2.0 and a Viking 830 and limited space for either machine. An extebder table would be so helpful and a place for tools would be wonderful. I work with the comfort quilts section of our guild, make philanthropic donations of nearly 700 quilts a year to hospitals and othe4r groups.

Shelly Pinnell wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 11:07 AM

A Pfaff Creative machine is the star of my sewing room.  Havng physical issues makes it important to keep the machine at the correct level and also to monitor my posture!

salchan wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 11:08 AM

I have a Viking Sapphire 850.  Have improvised sewing with the machine in an old cabinet.  However, have to move the machine to a table for free motion quilting (and other large projects).  The flat surrface on the Sew Steady would be wonderful.  Keeping my fingers crossed.

Marilyn wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 11:40 AM

I have a Janome and absolutely love it. This is the first sewing machine that I bought new and will be my last if parts stay available. The SewSteady helps me sew easier as my fabric sometimes tends to drag on my table. Thanks for the producet.

Maggie wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 11:42 AM

I own a Viking Lily 555 (about 10 years old).  I am now retired and am dedicated to using up my fabric stash.  The hook in tab on the extended table on my machine recently broke and I find that my fabric is staggering a little as I feed it through.  The Sew Steady Table would help me achieve straighter/more accurate seams.  

PatW wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 11:47 AM

I would love to have a Sew Steady for my Babylock Quilters Choice to make it easier to use for classes and sewing get-togethers. I am used to the flat bed insert in my sewing cabinet at home, but for "Sew-ins" and classes it would be nice to have the larger sewing area.

Peg Schmidt wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 11:47 AM

I have a Ruby and Designer SE Viking  and love to sew and do machine embroidery.  Recently I took a quilt class and started making a quilt. I would find the portable table awesome because it would give me greater control of all my fabric on the left and it would fit both machines!

joyhendriksen wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 11:56 AM

I have a Husqvarna Viking Emerald 183. I have recently taught myself free-motion quilting and it would be 100% easier with a Sew Steady as I have no table at all for my machine. Thanks for the opportunity.

Teri wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 12:15 PM

I recently had a cabinet made for my Brother 4500D machine and need an insert for it. I plan on ordering one today.

Elizabeth wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 12:20 PM

I have a Bernina 830.  Absolutely love my machine, but unfortunately I have to use it on a cabinet where the machine can't be lowered.  A large Sew Steady table would provide a much more ample, user friendly sewing environment.

ewrichards2 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 12:27 PM

I have a Brother CS 6000i that I use for classes and retreats.  I go to several retreats a year and would love to have the portable Sew Steady table to take with me, especially since table top space is often limited.  

Quiltwerx wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 12:31 PM

I have a Janome 6600. I love the transparency of the Sew Steady table - easy to store and keep track of tools (like the always-essential seam ripper) underneath.

H wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 12:32 PM

I have a VERY small space.  My sewing cabinet holds my Bernina 430 and I have a commercial Juki serger mounted in its own table. A SewSteady table would allow me to bring my older sewing machine out of storage to put on a small desk I have room for.  Could then keep the circle flowing from decorative - to serging - to straight/stretch stitching - and back again.  Thanks for the opportunity. H

VermontPines wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 1:01 PM

I use a Kenmore that sews back and forth and zig zag, but the feed dogs drop so I won't part with it!  But an organized larger work surface?  A dream come true (and my husbnad will enjoy actually eating at the dining room table lol)

ameswf wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 1:04 PM

I have a Pfaff and take it quarterly to quilting retreat.  The table would be a great tool to take with me.  Thank you.  Amy

be4evryng65 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 1:11 PM

I have a Viking 735 and I would like to win because I need more space. I am retired and the economy is such that I have no extra monies and I like to quilt, and I have never won anything I really wanted. So taking a line from Gray's Anatomy "pick me, pick me.

dogcookie@gmail.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 1:37 PM

I already have one for my Bernina and just love it.  But I have a Brother Quattro that sure needs one.  Would be wonderful to have one for both machines!!!

Thank you.

denisearm@earthlink.net wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 1:47 PM

My granddaughter turns 8 this summer and I promised her a sewing machine for that birthday. I have used a Singer 301 for retreats and classes myself, so I went online and found a darling black Singer 301 in great condition. It will be perfect for her, and having a Sew Steady Table would be the icing on the cupcake!

mwillard wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 1:49 PM

I have a Huskvarna and would love the Sew Steady table so I dont have to fight so much with my fabric.

Carolyn wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 1:57 PM

I have an Elna Diva about 20 years old which has a plastic cover that fits the free arm to make a sewing table.  I would like to be able to use this machine for quilting, but the table is not attached and does not make a stable work surface for quilting projects.  Your table would be the answer and not require me to purchase  a new cabinet that I can't afford and don't have room for.

BettyOwens wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 3:04 PM

HI:

I have a Bernina 440QE and would welcome a Sew Steady addition to my quilting hobby.  I am retired and have been giving my machine a good workout but have started to notice how hard it is to work on the desk I have to use.  a raised table would make it easier to burn the midnight oil and really give my machine the workout without hurting my hands trying to hold everything on.

chelius@enter.net wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 3:23 PM

I would be great to have a larger area around my machine for some projects.  This is an interesting option.

Thanks

mltquilt wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 3:29 PM

I have a Bernina 150QE and a 200/730E.  Have a small slide on table that came with the machine, but it does not have the space the Sew Steady has.  Would love one of these for retreats.

Thanks

scrappyfqs wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 3:40 PM

I love the Sew Steady I have for my serger and would love to have one to use with my Featherweight 221!

Dale wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 4:14 PM

I have a Husqvarna Viking Designer SE.  I would love to have this table.  Right now I am sewing on my kitchen table and I would love to have the additional space and level surface that the Sew Steady table would provide.

David wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 4:31 PM

I have a Husqvarna Viking emerald 183. I would love a sew steady to help eliminate the drag with such a small bed.

bleonard02 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 4:48 PM

This sounds perfect to me as I am a new quilter with very few supplies.

Ginny H wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 4:56 PM

I have a couple of machines, a Jenome 9000 and a Bernina 440 .  Could use the table for either.

figgy90 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 5:29 PM

I have have only been quilting for a couple of years and working on using more tools to expand by skill sets and think the wonderful table could do just that.

figgy90 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 5:31 PM

I have only been quilting for a couple of years and working to expand my skills.  I believe the wonderful tables would allow me to continue to advance my skills.  

windo62 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 5:48 PM

I have a Singer Confidence and a Singer Confidence Quilter and a Profinish Serge Maching.  I have been sewing since the middle 1980's.  I ordered a Singer on line and have been teaching myself to quilt since then.  I had an 8 year hiatus when I retired from the military and moved to Colorado to take care of my mother and son.  I lost my job in 2009 and have been quilting since.  I have a small sewing area set up in my bedroom and would love to have tables that stay still and look great.  I got a small table from my new sister-in-law which helps, but it is pretty rickety.  I would love to have a Sew Steady table to continue my passion of quilting.  Thanks to the Sew Steady team!.

Marcia W. wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 5:59 PM

I have a Husqvarna Topaz Model 20. We have no table or cabinet for it. Right now it is sitting on top of my mother's old Singer sewing cabinet that contains her 1970 Singer. With all the new functions of the Topaz, it would be wonderful to have a Sew Steady table so can actually use the quilting and embroidery features. Plus, both my mother and I have physical challenges so this table could make our sewing and quilting much more pleasurable. The design looks great with the clear material and like that Sew Steady can be kept level. Thanks for sponsoring this giveaway.

Charis Gillon wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 6:21 PM

I own a Singer Advance.  I use a small craft table to sew on, which sometimes fibrates depending on the placement of the machine.  I don't have much room for my pincushion or other tools.  Something is always falling on the floor, especially when I am assembly line piecing.  I have eyed the Sew Steady tables, but put off making a decision to buy.  Maybe like an ereader I won't get on unless I win it.  Thank you for the opportunity.

CShaffer wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 6:43 PM

I have a Pfaff Creative Vision.  i love to sew and quilt and would love to have a larger work space to keep the fabric straight.  It would make it more manageable.

boopnjohn wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 6:47 PM

Betty C. Would really like to have the swing table for my Brother Embroiderary machine as I already have one for my brother sewing machine and when you are quilting on either machine in different places it would be wonderful to have this available. Thanks for letting me express my need for this product.

CShaffer wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 6:47 PM

I own a Pfaff Creative Vision.  I love to sew and quilt and a Sew Steady table would make working with large pieces of fabric a lot easier.  It would be much more manageable!!!

swylie@frontier.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 8:38 PM

I have a Janome sewing machine and I would like to win the table as right now I am using a tv tray as a table

thank you

swylie@frontier.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 8:40 PM

I have a Janome sewing machine. I want to win the table as right now I am using a TV tray as a table, and really need a sewing table. Have heard yours are great.

Thank you

csredma wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 8:45 PM

I have a 20 plus year old Singer.  Which I am happy with.  I am currently using a 5 ft. foldup table as a sewing table.  I would love to win a Sew Steady table.  Recently I attempted Free Motion Quilting with my machine, it would have been alot easier with a Sew Steady table attached to it.  I am praying that I win this table. I really need it.  Thank you for this opportunity.  Carolyn

Jacquie Sue wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 9:25 PM

My husband and I are full-time RV'ers and the sewing machine I use is a Kenmore.  My work space is quite small and I have to set up different areas in the RV, in which I do my cutting, ironing, sewing, etc.  It would be great to win a Sew Steady table and be able to set up my work areas closer together.  NOT that I have to walk far to do the different things for sewing or quilting.  Most of the time if the weather is nice I do my work outside, which I love, as the light is the best and I'm able to have most of my needs in one place.  

Sue wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 9:31 PM

I own a Janome 6600.  I have shared my sewing room as an extra bedroom and my cutting area in my laundry room card table.   A wonderful table like this would be such a blessing.  I'm a recently recruited newby just starting to collect all the necessary things to make my quilting habit more organized and smooth flowing.

Irma Smith wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 10:18 PM

I just purchased a Brothera embroidery machine that I love . The Sew Steady table would make it so nice to have extra room.I do a lot of quilts for orphanges in old mexico and the USA,so I know this would help.

bfunder wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 10:41 PM

I have a Elna Quilting Queen machine. My husband bought me a Sew Steady several years ago for Christmas to go with my Brother 650 machine. He really "scored big" that year. We have not ordered one for my new machine yet so winning one would be GREAT!! Thanks, BF

marlemom wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 11:00 PM

I have a Janome 6600 and do a lot of quilting, both large and small projects. I need a larger table insert as I can barely move the materials across the small table. It is even more difficult as I suffer from severe rheumatoid arthritis! Do you make a  table that would fit a featherweight machine that I use especially for accurate 1/4 inch seams? My friends have the Sew steady and rave about how wonderful they are! I would love to join in cheerleading this new addition! By-the-way, we just visited Oregon and love your state!!!Thank you! MAL

sally1 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 11:13 PM

I have a phaff and presently sew the quilt top and send out the quilting itself.  The place where the phaff sits, isn't big enough for the big quilt to lie right for quilting.  With a Sew Steady table, I could put my phaff on the dinning table and do the quilting too.  Here's hopeing.  Mary

new quilter wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 11:14 PM

I have a Viking DesignerII and a Babylock.  It would be great to have a sew steady so I can set up both machines in the same room as oppose to using my kitchen table and a tv tray in my spare bedroom.  

Thanks for giving  us all the opportunity to improve our workspaces!!!!!!

Sandra Branch wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 11:28 PM

I purchased and Elna Xquisit II several years ago. I would love the larger table to work on as like many others I am limited on space to sew on. A friend has your table and raves about it. I have had the opportunity to try hers and just love it. I can tell you it is on my to buy list. With the economy the way it is like many others the wants have to wait. (I'm happy your offering this give away as it may help some happy quilters/sewers to produce better finished products) I hope I am one of them. Thank you for such fine products.  Happy Quilting!!

Linda Vitzthum wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 12:36 AM

I have a Viking Platinum 950, a Singer Quilt/Sewing machine, and a Viking Serger - I really could use a new table as I like to keep each machine on a separate table . . . thanks for the opportunity to win!

islgirl4 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 3:31 AM

I have a Bernina 730 and would love the extra room when quilting and using my BSR. Thank you for your sponsorship!

JoAnne wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 3:59 AM

 I have an Elna Quilter's Dream (and it is!) and this would make it so much easier to use, especially when quilting.  It sure would make our dining room table a much better sewing table!

Anneadel wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 7:24 AM

I have a Brother sewing machine that I have had for quite a few years.  Just to have extra room on a flatbed would be an absolute dream...

sabaker39 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 9:16 AM

I made a quilt for my granddaughter and she then asked me to help her learn to quilt.  The family is contributing to getting her a new Baby Lock machine for her birthday.  This sew steady table would be just the icing on the cake for her machine.  

JENNIE wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 10:17 AM

I would love to have the extra work space while sewing!  My Quilter's Choice Baby Lock would love the steady table!

cathipete wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 10:45 AM

I own a Bernina 640.  A new quilter and am trying to set up my sewing room and make it user friendly.  Of course the the sew steady would help this tremendously!

barbara welsh wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 10:47 AM

I own only one machine, a Bernina.  I take it to all my quilting classes and workshops. I could really use the additional work space, especially when working on charity quilts!!

QUILTER OVERWHELMED wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 10:48 AM

Oh how wonderful to have a larger work space!  I have two machines that could use it:  A Pfaff 1475CD and a Pfaff Hobbylock 786.  Thank you for the opportunity!!!

grammy27 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 11:00 AM

I have a Bernina Artista 180. The Sew Steady table would be great do quilting on large quilts. It would be so much easier to maneuver the bulky quilt sandwich. Also with the clear table, the space underneath would be great for holding supplies.

blrobinson wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 11:03 AM

I have a Husqvarna Viking Diamond.  A Sew Steady table would give me a great area for free motion quilting and applique work.  

joank318 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 11:28 AM

I recently purchased a Pfaff expression 4.0.  I set up a room in my house for quilting and sewing.  I started making quilts for different local charities to action.  The Sew Steady table would make the machine quilting part a lot smoother.

crzywymyn@kittymail.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 11:46 AM

My Baby Brother Innov-is 40 is my quilt retreat pet. (Big Brother is Innov-s 4000.) Piecing the quilts I create would be much easier with a Sew Steady!  All that table support would be wonderful!  And we all need all the support we can get!

Lourdes wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 12:21 PM

I use an Olympia .. similar to a Janome .. since the last 20 years.  I sew on the dining table and a Sew Steady would be very useful with its clarity to store all the gadgets we normally use whilst sewing.

Sue wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 12:53 PM

I have a Bernina 1008 and a Janome Jem. It would be great to have more work space. Anything to help me be more organized while sewing. I tend to spread everything around and then can't find it when I need it.

memoose wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 1:05 PM

I have a Kenmore machine that I do my machine quilting on, and it sure does need a larger table. It would be so much nicer to have one to fit the machine than be using the chair pulled up alongside the table I have it on now!

rainnie6 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 2:36 PM

i have a husqvarna-designer 1, and a brother pc 8500, the table would greatly help me with a so much larger area to work with. thank you..

iris@quiltmaker1955 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 2:39 PM

you guys are too cool to give away all this great stuff i would love to have one

luv2sew39 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 3:25 PM

Thank you for this opportunity to study your Sew Steady products.  I would love to have a table that is not only stable, but transparent and it looks very strong and secure.  The idea of having sissors and pins and even instructions under the table is a plus.  I have a vision problem and I need all the help that I can get.  The special ruler to help sew straight is a plus.

luv2sew39 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 3:29 PM

Thank you for the opportunity to see your Sew Steady Table.  I have a Viking Designer SE machine and your Table would be an asset.  It will make my sewing more accurate because the steadyness of the table and the see thru quality will add room to store useful items underneath.  Thank you for this opportunity.  Patty H.

bhughes@yahoo.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 4:02 PM

HAVE A BERNINA  SEWING MACHINE.   REALLY LIKE IT !    

 KEEP ALL OF US LOYAL QUILTERS IN TOUCH WITH YOUR PRODUCTS!  I WAS A HOME-EC TEACHER

IN MY EARLIER LIFE AND HAVE REALLY ENJOYED QUILTING.  THE WIDE RANGE OF FABRICS ARE REALLY WONDERFUL.

IT IS WONDERFUL TO HAVE THE QUALITY OF FABRICS THAT ARE AVAILABLE NOW

bhughes@yahoo.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 4:02 PM

HAVE A BERNINA  SEWING MACHINE.   REALLY LIKE IT !    

 KEEP ALL OF US LOYAL QUILTERS IN TOUCH WITH YOUR PRODUCTS!  I WAS A HOME-EC TEACHER

IN MY EARLIER LIFE AND HAVE REALLY ENJOYED QUILTING.  THE WIDE RANGE OF FABRICS ARE REALLY WONDERFUL.

IT IS WONDERFUL TO HAVE THE QUALITY OF FABRICS THAT ARE AVAILABLE NOW

Joy wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 4:08 PM

I have more than one Brother machine, and my extension tables tend to collapse while being used - seems the legs are on angles & any pressure from the quilt makes them move. I would love to try the Sew Steady table - it looks "sew steady"! And clear!

bhughes@yahoo.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 4:09 PM

Really  do enjoy the new and improved equipment available for our use.

Fabrics and groups of fabric  offer ease in fabric selection.  Always need new patterns and  methods to keep our brains busy!!!

Caryl Anne wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 4:34 PM

These table extensions are extremely useful when you are quiting as well as fashion sewing, any fabric hanging away from the machine is pulling the stitches off the straight. Do you fight with the fabric, well that is no fun. I love my table that works with my Janome 10000, however I have no guide. Love that idea, Hope to have a new table and guide for my other machine, then I can embroidery and do my other sewing easily. Go get em and welcome the new sponsor.

DONNAB-22 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 4:51 PM

I have a Sears Kenmore sewing machine.  I new to quilting and I think the Sew Steady table would help me when working on larger blocks as it would be easier to match corners and seams if I could see more of the project as it lay flat instead of hanging off of my machine on to the table.   I learned to sew on my mom's Singer machine which was in a cabinet but have never had room for a machine in a custom cabinet since then.

Thanks for this opportunity to enter.  I'd love to try out your product.

katski0918 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 5:35 PM

I have a Bernia and purchased a sew steady table for it and it's the best thing I could have brought.  It's easy to sew the projects that I create.  The large table allows me to quilt large quilts without me breaking my back.  I just puchased a babylock and will be ording a sew steady table for it too.  I love sew steady, because they taylor each table to your machine and you don't have to worry about if the table will fix.  There work is the best in the business.....Go Sew Steady you rock.

Colleen3667 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 6:18 PM

My girlfriend has a large sew steady table and I am green with envy when she brings it to class.  It would be a wonderful addition to my Baby Lock

sewblest wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 6:59 PM

A Sew Steady table would be an amazing addition to my Husqvarna Viking Designer 2. A flat sewing surface helps insure straight stitches and perfect quilting lines. That it is made in the USA is a wonderful bonus!

LUAANG wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 7:33 PM

I have a Janome 9700 and really love it.  I am new to quilting and looking forward to many fun projects.  I would like to win a Sew Steady to help improve my projects and just make it more fun to do all of this!

Janet Hockenberry wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 8:04 PM

I have a Husqvarna Viking Designer SE.  I do not have an extension table at all.  My # l Plus has one, but I just use it when the other machine is in the shop for a tune-up or I have a buddy to sew with me. This would be so nice to have one for this machine Designer SE.  Quilts go so much nicer with one.

Carrol Lee wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 8:52 PM

I have a Brother Pacesetter WLTZ2003D.  

We moved into the first house that is big enough to have a sewing room .  I am currently using folding tables and an old drafting table   The sewing table will provide the organization needed to make the area  my sewing room dream.

quiltertfn wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 9:06 PM

I have a Bernina Virtuosa 155 that I love to take to classes, quilt camps, and friends' homes for sew days.  I know several quilters who have Sew Steady tables.  I have seen how great they are and would love to have one.

JudyinSC wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 9:10 PM

I have a Juki TL98E that I would love to have a cabinet insert for.  I have portable tables from you for my Janome 6600 and 760 Platinum Jem.  I love sewing on a large flat surface.  The swivel tool holder and case sure would make taking my tables to retreats a lot easier.

Judi wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 9:14 PM

I'm a bit spoiled.  I have  Viking Diamond, an SE, an Elna Diva (It has the best pin stitch) a Bernina from my Mom and a Sinfger Featherweight.  I would love to have a real home for my Diamond.  It usually is being schelped off and on my kitchen table and is in everyone's way!

merryquilter2 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 12 May 2011, 11:11 PM

I own a Babylock Esante and would love to have a larger sewing surface.  I believe it would definitely benefit in my efforts to try machine quilting!

aallen39 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 12:15 AM

I have a Phaff 2027 and a Singer Featherweight. I would like a Sew Steady table for the Phaff since that is the machine I use for quilting. Friends that have the table say they're great.

EBquilts wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 12:18 AM

My travel machine has a larger bed surface, which provides stability as well as a place for keeping my tools.  Would love to have one for my large, everyday machine!

Nikki wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 3:23 AM

I have a juki 98q and a pfaff grand quilter. I use both machines to make quilts for our non profit my husband and I run. We support the families of our fallen heros. I have a simple set up and would love a table to make the surface of my machine easier to use. The more space the better :)

Charlotte Dugan wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 7:00 AM

I currently own a Janome 6260.  We have just completed a remodel of our lower level for my sewing studio and I would like a new table for my machine.  I'm currently using a 30+ year old table that my husband had to carve out a slot for my current machine to fit.

Jennifer R. wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 7:46 AM

I have viking sapphire 875 and I just recently bought it.  I upgraded to a quilting machine because before I just has a brother smaller sewing and embrodiary machine and found I loved quilting more than ebrodiary and wanted extra room to do big projects.  I have officially finished 4 quilts on my new machine and wish I had an easier way to sew my large projects. I guess you always want more work space. :)

Joy Andorfer wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 8:14 AM

I recently purchased a Pfaff Tiptronic 2040 and would love to have the table for that machine.  I have purchased one for my Viking and for my Janome and love them!  

Bitty95 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 9:28 AM

Singer 7430.

I have tried, by my own hand, to set my machine into an entertainment center. It didn't work well. Your product would allow me to continue to machine quilt on my dining room table or a new table. I'm just learning to machine quilt and continue to run into troubles. Your product has a great potential to fix those problems.

erinanheier wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 9:47 AM

I recently obtained a Bernia which I love.  But, I miss the custom made large sewing surface that I had for my old Janome.  I would love to get one for the Bernina!

mimijayne wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 11:47 AM

I own a Brother CS-7082 sewing machine that I recieved for Christmas many years ago & it still works like a dream. The only problem is with me! I cannot seem to sew a straight line to save my soul,so I end up wasting ALOT of time with my seam ripper,ripping out & trying again! I would be thrilled to win one of your tables for my machine!

callen3134@yahoo.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 1:32 PM

Having seen how happy many of my fellow quilters are with their Sew Steady tables, I have been thinking that having one would make going to workshops or sewing in different light filled rooms of my house would create a new energy around my quilting.  What fun it would be to carry my table with me and be able to sew almost anywhere (at least where I could find an outlet!).  The accessory drawers and inserts are such a plus to a product that was always a mainstay for quilters, you just keep getting better!

Sewlove2create wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 2:22 PM

I have a Bernina 730, which I used to make my first quilt a Debbie Mum that had her embroidery designs in the center of each block. The Sew Steady tables would be make sewing so much easier because of the extra fabric support they provide.

Patty wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 2:34 PM

I have a Janome 659 also known as a One-step.  I have many sewing areas as I keep moving trying to find that perfect spot!  I think this Sew Steady table would keep me in one spot.  Thanks for the chance!

mdheil wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 3:05 PM

I have a Husqvarna Viking Topaz 30 machine.  The Sew Steady table would be a great extension surface and I know my sewing would benefit from anything called "sew straight."

KATHLEEN RUSSELL wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 3:24 PM

I HAVE A BABY LOCK ELLAGEO. THIS IS MY FIRST BABY LOCK AND I AM LOVING IT BUT I KNOW THAT YOUR EXTENSION TABLE WOULD SAVE ME TIME AND HELP WITH MY SEWING. THANK YOU FOR THIS CONTEST.

katie859@aol.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 3:58 PM

I am in chronic pain following spine surgery and a cervical fusion performed last year. Quilting is one of the few joys left. Looking down for extended periods creates quite a bit of pain and muscle spasm. Having a table to raise my work so I'm not looking down at such an acute angle would be a true blessing for me and would enable me to enjoy my love of sewing for longer periods of time. I have a Babylock Ellegante 2 and a Babylock Evolve Serger. Having more sewing space and organizational area would ease some of my frustration at not being able to do what I was once capable of. Everyone that I know who has a sewing table absolutely loves how it makes quilting a much better experience.

Joyce W. Gay wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 4:01 PM

A Sew Steady table would be a dream come true for me. I have a Brother ULT 2001 and ever since I heard about the tables I have wanted one.  I still use my machine for embroidery and the table would help me out in having a larger surface to work on.  I was going to buy one but my husband was diagnosed with cancer and I did not feel I should put my money on this since we had medical bills to pay.  It would really be a big help to me with my quilting and crafts.  

cj1901 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 4:41 PM

I have a Bernina 430 and would love to have the extra flat space when it comes to machine quilting!

luvdafroggy wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 5:03 PM

I have a new Singer that my hubby just got me for my birthday.  I would classify myself as an advanced beginner so it's just enough machine for me but a Sew Steady table would take me to the next level, I'm sure!  =)

melinda in tulsa wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 5:33 PM

I would dearly LOVE to win this for my Pfaff 7570.

Mary Lou wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 5:37 PM

I am using my mother's 1964 Singer Touch & Sew Model 603E.  It would be great to have a table to help support the quilt that I am trying to make.  I am a beginner's beginner.

PaulaSt wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 6:13 PM

I have a Janome 8077. I am a new quilter and believe that this table would help improve my quilting skills. Thanks for the offer.

Paula

Deb Kienow wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 6:31 PM

I just purchased a Bernina 830LE.  I traded my 730 for the 830.  I had a sew steady for my 730 and I just love to use it.  I also have an Artista 230 and I have a Sew Steady for that machine.  The Sew Steady was my Christmas present to myself.  I don't know how I ever got along without these tables.  My quilting and sewing has been so much easier since I purchased these 2 tables.  I even take them to class with me.  I would like a Sew Steady table for my new machine as it will not fit into my sewing table as well as the 730 did.  It would really be a great asset to my new machine and my sewing space.  Thank you for offering these prizes to Quilters Club of America and being a sponsor for our club.  

Jackie Baumhauer wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 7:14 PM

I have a Viking Quilt Designer and just took a machine quilting class last night and would love a Sew Steady. I borrowed a table last night just to get me through the class. I would love to practice machine quilting but need the table to give me a better and larger work surface. Your Sew Steady looks like a very high quality table and I like that it fits perfectly to any machine.

Jackie Baumhauer wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 7:30 PM

I have a Viking Quilt Designer II sewing machine. Last night I took a class to learn how to machine quilt and borrowed a table for my machine just to get me through the class. I want to practice but need to have a better and larger work surface for machine quilting. The Sew Steady looks like a very high quality table and I like that it will fit any machine. Maybe it was meant to be they were out of stock and I will win a Sew Steady!

milly wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 7:42 PM

i have a little janome jem gold 2. I make my quilts from beginning to end on this little machine. i love it. it sits on a little coffee table by my recliner. if i had a table i would not have to wrestle with the fabric as much.

Violet wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 7:49 PM

I have a little Baby Lock BL9 which is taken to weekly charity quilting meetings.  It would be wonderful to have a Sew Steady table to make sewing so much easier.  We sit at large banquet tables that jiggle when one sews faster than snail pace and the extra support certainly makes for better control and accuracy.

Pds wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 8:21 PM

I have a Singer Featherweight (haven't researched the year).  I love my little machine and it goes with me to classes and to Guild Retreats.  A Sew Steady table would be wonderful---since my little machine doesn't have a very large sewing surface.  The Sew Steady would certain address some of the problems caused by a small working surface like fabric tension as it hangs off the side of the table.  I never win anything, but maybe this is my chance!

myerspeed wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 8:32 PM

I had a sew teady table for my Bernina200, until I let my mother "borrow it".  She loves it and I am glad that she has it, but I do miss it.

Demitra wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 8:49 PM

I have a Bernina 1230, a Janome Platinum and my Mother's Featherweight machine.   Winning a Sew Steady table would be the ultimate treat and make sewing so much better at workshops.  I'll keep my fingers crossed.

klsherman@fmtc.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 9:33 PM

my main machine is a bernina 440, but my favorites are my singer featherweights, of which I have 3, I also have my mom's singer401a/slant and they all sew just like new

Delores Meador wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 9:46 PM

Hi  I have a Pfaff 2144  I am disabled  and sew  from my bed  using a bed site table,  I love to quilt and sew for my family,  All of my grandchikldren  think they have to have new  pj's each year,  I have tried many things to make me a more stable work space,  by using your table it looks like it would be just what I need to make my sewing much more enjoyable,  I love to see what's new  Thanks  Delores

Glorya Anderson wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 9:47 PM

I've had a Bernina 180 QE for a few years and have made many quilts and quilted gifts.  I would really like to reclaim my dining room table for meals and the Sew Steady would help me to have a real quilting studio.  Please, oh please, let it be me.

Grandma Shorty wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 10:11 PM

I have a Viking Rose.  I recently had to move out of my sewing room and into a very small space.  Trying to manage a quilt on a table is very frustrating.  I think Sew Steady would help me have better results and a more enjoyable experience.  I'm making quilts for each of my 26 grandchildren.  

slrail wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 10:11 PM

Oh, I would be in HEAVEN with a new Sew Steady table!  I belong to three sewing groups, so I frequently pack up my machine (an Elna Quilter's Dream 6003 that I bought eleven years ago) and supplies to sew with friends in their homes.  The sewing setup is not always ideal when we get together, so that Sew Steady would be just the ticket.  All of my "bee sisters" would be so envious that they would probably all run out and buy their own.  So there you go!

Sandy

Gramma Faye wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 13 May 2011, 11:06 PM

My machine is a Husqvarna QDII.  I am a very new quilter and loving it!  My mission now is to "cover" all my Grandchildren with a quilt that I have made just for them.  So far I have made and delivered 5 of 8 needed to finish my Mission.   I have found my space limiting for full size bed quilts.  A Sew Steady would really help in getting them "covered"!

melrose wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 12:10 AM

I'm quilting on my Mom's old Bernina and learning as I go.  I think a larger area would help this newbie.  

Granchris wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 3:14 AM

I have a Viking Rose. A better, more stable sewing area would be wonderful. I haven't yet actually tried these new tables in person but I hear they are wonderful. I'd love to find out for myself.

Darlene Jacolik wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 6:19 AM

I own a Pfaff Creative Vision.  I would love a Sew Steady table to make it easier to sew not only the large quilts I have started to make, but also the Halloween costumes I make for my grandchildren every year.

bmahecha@msn.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 6:19 AM

I have a Singer Futura CE-250. I sew apparel, home decor items, crafts, etc., but my passion is quilting. I like the whole process of making a quilt, but my main love is for the actual quilting. I am currently expanding the way I machine-quilt all the quilts I make, by doing more free-motion quilting. I absolutely love doing it, but I cannot spend as much time as I'd like to due to not having an extension table or drop-in cabinet. I currently have my machine sitting on a desk...

Wow, imagine the extra hours I could quilt if I only had a Sew Steady extension table! I hope I win; I'm looking forward to hearing my machine purr to me...

Shirleygirl1 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 7:15 AM

I just traded in a Pfaff 2034 and purchased Baby lock Elisimo.  We live in a 1923 year old farm house and is approximately 800 square feet.  My husband recently has become disabled and has become interested in embroidering!  I am the quilter of the family.  We are using an adjustable height table to sew on but it does not help with sewing! We could really use a Sew Steady extension table!  We really freaked out when we found out this was created in Bonnersferry!  This was where my husband was raised all his life!  Can't wait to use this most awesome table and accessories!

hotquilter wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 10:52 AM

Last June 2010, my mom and I were looking for an inexpensive sewing machine for me to use to  make quilts.. well, let me tell you the one i got is just fabulous.  It's the  Kenmore 110 stitch machine. it does everything i want and it didn't cost an arm and a leg.  It came with all the accessories i wanted except the walking foot of course.  but since i got the machine i have made over 15 quilts.  I have been making quilts for 30 yrs, and this is my third and final machine. in fact the machine is so great that my girlfriend who has never quilted before (who is now a crazy quilter like me) bought herself the same machine. we have spent may a days in front of our machines on her dinniing room table and have had a blast. but having the sew steady table for my machine would go along way in making limited space in my apt. go alot further.. since it's only 800 hundred square ft of space and 3 people have to share the space with comp and x-box and all  then i could stay home more and sew all the quits i want.

sammi wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 11:37 AM

I own a Bernina. A Sew Steady table would increase the pleasure and ease of sewing over my present little slide on table, especially when quilting!

MeSewPretty wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 11:40 AM

As someone new to free motion quilting, I'm having difficulty moving my large quilt sandwich around and managing the weight. The Sew Steady table would fit perfectly on my Brother PC420 PRW sewing machine, keeping it steady as I'm sewing and I imagine the acrylic material would reduce the drag of my quilt maneuvering my quilt. Great product.

Gold Valley wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 11:45 AM

I have a Pfaff LifeStyle. I purchased it 6 years ago after moving to Southern California from Oregon. I became a member of the Grace and Peace Quilting Ministry of Saddleback Church, and subsequently assumed part of the Leadership of the group. We machine quilts that are given away. The recipients are those displaced by wild fires, those terminally ill, preemie babies, parents of still born infants, Women's Shelters, Marines and families at Pendleton Marine base, some military personnel in the Middle East, children in orphanages, etc. We also send our quilts with people going on Short Term Mission trips to be shared with those in need whom they encounter throughout the world.

Achang wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 11:56 AM

I want to win this for my Mom.  She has a Kenmore sewing macine that we all bought her for Christmas.  She's 74 and just learning to quilt.  I know from experience how difficult it is (a struggle really) to quilt without a big flat bed like this.  Even piecing is easier.  Thanks!

Suzie Littrell wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 12:35 PM

I have a Viking SE. I would appreciate having a custom made Sew Steady Table because I have back problems and quilting over a sewing machine on a none flat surface is hard and strains my back while moving the quilt around. It gets to the point that I have to take lots of brakes during the projects. It would be a blessing indeed.

Linda wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 12:41 PM

I have a Pfaff Tipmatic 6122 that was given to me 4 years ago.  She thought it was broken but I fixed it with a tiny turn of the bobbin screw!!!  I have it sitting on a table so this type of extention surface would sure make my life easier especially since I'm new at quilting and can use all the help I can get.

Claudiagraham wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 12:42 PM

I have a Janome 6600 which I enjoy.  Also use a Bernina 630. . .does anyone remember this one?  Still sews so well I can't part with it.  I have seen many people bring their Sew Steady to classses & retreats- everyone raves about them!  I want one too!!

Billy wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 1:51 PM

I have a Bernina 1080 QE and a very small sewing place and would love to be able to have something that would make it easier for me to lay what i am working on on and be able to guide it like i should.

Debra wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 2:35 PM

I have a Bernina 440QE, it has a small extension table that came with it, but your product is so much larger it would really be a delight to work with.  I especially love that you can see through it, you can have your thread nippers, stiletto and pins underneath and close at hand, it really doubles your working space.

Thank you for coming up with new ways to make our craft

Debra wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 2:42 PM

I have a Bernina 440QE, it came with a small extension table, but your product being so much larger would really be a delight to work with.  I especially like that your extension table is clear, I could keep my thread nippers, stiletto and pins at hand, it would actually doubles my workspace.

Thank you for continuing to improve the products that we work with.

cassie69emt wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 2:45 PM

I have a Brother ULT 2001.With not having a permanent place for my sewing machine a larger area to sew on would be great .

lady_ogma@yahoo.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 3:10 PM

My machine is a Janome L392. The Sew Steady would replace a make-shift table I have around my sewing machine. What I like about the Sew Steady is that it would increase my sewing surface area and reduce the stress of managing multiple layers, and full size quilts for me and for my machine. The Sew Steady would also provide flexibility and portability whether I am working at home, in a classroom, or just quilting with friends.

freda hocking wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 4:13 PM

My machine is a Janome DC3050 and my sewing room has to do double duty as a spare bedroom. Everything has to be storable when we have overnight guests.  The Sew Steady table would be just perfect for my "up and down" sewing style.  I began quilting about 3 years ago and am trying to master free motion machine quilting without a large flat surface for my quilt projects.  I have taken several quilting classes and saw a Sew Steady table being used at my last class.  Wow, what a difference it made for my classmate. She also demonstrated how she uses the table as a portable light box for tracing patterns which is an added bonus.  

Kathy wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 4:15 PM

My machine is a Husquavarma Diamond.  I am making pillow cases and quilts for Conker Cancer and quilts for women's shelters and nursing home.  I would like to have a little extra room to work.  I had an extension table on my old machine and I loved it.  It made it easier to keep the fabrics in place and they did not slide around on my all of the time.  I also would like to have the extra room and see if I could get to where I could machine quilt some of my quilts rather then having to tie them all.  I do a lot of going to classes and sewing with other women in making these things and I would be able to take it with me easily.  

Kathy wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 4:15 PM

My machine is a Husquavarma Diamond.  I am making pillow cases and quilts for Conker Cancer and quilts for women's shelters and nursing home.  I would like to have a little extra room to work.  I had an extension table on my old machine and I loved it.  It made it easier to keep the fabrics in place and they did not slide around on my all of the time.  I also would like to have the extra room and see if I could get to where I could machine quilt some of my quilts rather then having to tie them all.  I do a lot of going to classes and sewing with other women in making these things and I would be able to take it with me easily.  

Jeri Lively wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 5:26 PM

I have both Bernina and Kenmore sewing machines and I love them both.  But the table I have to sew on is very unsteady and has no room for anything but the machine.  My dearest sewing machines deserve a beautiful sew steady and all that room.  We would just go wild with creativity.

lyndag53@aol.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 7:27 PM

I have a White Quilters Star Model 1780 and a Kenmore Model 1914.  I use both machines all the time.  

Julie T wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 7:39 PM

I got a Singer as a gift over 15 years ago.  I've just started quilting, and I still use my kitchen table to sew.  I need a new workspace!  It would be wonderful to have a Sew Steady table for extra support in when I quilt.

Mary S wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 8:52 PM

I have a 14 year old Singer, that I received as a gift. I would love a Sew Steady table to have for my quilting as for now I am on/off the dining room table.

mjschimmel wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 9:57 PM

I just got a Brother XL-5130 just to do quilting.  (new-be)  I have been trying to design a table that my machine will fit into in order  to have a flat surface to sew on.  I'm  hoping my quilts will come out a little better with a large flat sewing surface. Until now, Ib have been sewingb on my mother's 40 year old Singer......

Pennelopie wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 10:29 PM

I have a Brother Embroidery machine and a Brother Sewing Machine.  Anything that would help me get organized would be a great help.  

LYNNC-4 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 10:39 PM

I bought a Sapphire by Viking and then purchased a 12 inch Sew Steady table almost immediately after.  I now consider it an integral part of my machine--one I could not get along without.  I would love to own a larger Sew Steady table to facilitate the sewing of larger items.  

acrabbs wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 14 May 2011, 11:47 PM

I have four machines, One Elna from 1973 still going strong, a newer Elna Quiltmaker's Dream with the Eleanor Burns signature, a heavy duty Consew for tough projects and sewing quilts to donate to a cancer hospital for chemo patients and a treadle machine in case the power is off and I want to sew.

I would love the larger surface to do machine quilting.  Thank you for sponsoring this contest.

jofrob wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 15 May 2011, 12:35 AM

I'm a great grandmother who loves to sew and "splurged" in the mid-'80s and bought a Bernina 930. I love it and wouldn't even consider trading, but I'd sure love that table to go with it.  I learned to sew on a treadle when I was a child in 4-H, but now want to try free motion quilting on my 930 and I really need that flat surface to accomplish that task. Please help to bring me up-to-date with that great table.  Thanks for the chance!!!!  All these upcoming great-grandbabies need a quilt.  

Dawn Paoletti wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 15 May 2011, 6:44 AM

I have a Brother ULT 2002D.  I use my machine for embroidery, patchwork and machine quilting.  Having a Sew Steady table would greatly improve my machine quilting.  It's always easier to quilt on a flat surface.  And my hands and back would love it, too!

Estie wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 15 May 2011, 8:08 AM

My sewing machine is the Bernina Aurora 440 which has the BSR.  This has been a great machine...sews on different fabrics with all kinds of different threads with no problems.  However, the surface area of the attached "table" is small.  I could certainly use a bigger table, especially for quilting.  I would love to win the ultimate table package!

Linda wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 15 May 2011, 8:52 AM

I will have to uncross my fingers in order to sew while waiting for the outcome of this drawing!  I have a fairly new Janome that travels with me.  It's table is sufficient but not clear, which I miss, and could be larger.  This product sounds perfect.  Love the swivel box as well!

Nanci Timmins wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 15 May 2011, 9:01 AM

I have a Janome and sew on the kitchen table- I would LOVE a custom table for it!

Sarah M Silk wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 15 May 2011, 10:28 AM

I have 16 sewing machines, most Janomes as I do an after school sewing/quilting program for elementary school kids and I have to provide the machines as our county is the 2nd poorest in the state.  A Sew Steady table to help out the students that have coordination problems and need that extra boost to have a successful experience would be a dream come true for them.  Each semester they make a project for themselves and one to give away-comfort quilts for siblings in the hospital, the national 1 million pillow case project, survivors of accidents from the school, baby quilts, fleece hats for the homeless, etc. It would be a gift that keeps on giving to my program. :)

DOROTHYW-10 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 15 May 2011, 10:57 AM

I have a Bernina 430 and a 730.  I have a sew steady table for the 730; so I know I NEED one for the 430!

JANETL-6 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 15 May 2011, 11:13 AM

I have a spartin sewing machine my husband bought for me at a thrift store for Christmas on 2005.  The man who brought it to the thrift store said his dad sewed on it a lot,  his mother didn't sew.  It is in the original cabinet and is from the 40's I think.  I also have a kenmore I bought in the 70's when I worked at a local sears catalog store,.  I made my 3 daughters clothes on it.  Now I am retired and make quilts for my children, grandchildren and 2 great granchildren.  I would love to have a new sewing machine and table to make them with.

MTAnn wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 15 May 2011, 11:14 AM

I do a lot of embroidery with my BabyLock Ellegante2, but when I use it to quilt, the Sew Steady table would be wonderful.  I had one for my Elisimo and donated it with the machine to a Woman's shelter when I got my Ellegante.   I know they really appreciated the table as well as the machine and are getting a lot of use out it.  As Sallyquilter wrote, it is a gift that keeps on giving...

babyharlie wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 15 May 2011, 11:32 AM

I own a brother machine and would love to have more working space to do King Quilts.

Bikerkate wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 15 May 2011, 12:35 PM

I would like a sew steady because I want a stable surface to make quilting easier and more fun!

Sue Rutledge wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 15 May 2011, 3:03 PM

I just got a Bernina 830 and love it but the extension table is white. A clear large table would make it perfect.

Jeanne wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 15 May 2011, 5:28 PM

I love sewing machines but do not like the small working surfaces. I have an antique Singer (it's pink), a Brother that is older then dirt (my favorite) and a Pfaff that was purchased in Germany, plugged in once, lady couldn't understand any of it (she had never sewn) offered it to me as she was on her way back to Afghanistan and I had made her a "Hug" Quilt to take with her, she was so honored and grateful that she felt that I was the perfect person for her beloved machine that she couldn't "work".  I can't wait to get into it.  Actually I have 4 machines as I have my quilter which also serves as a table-top and it comes with a nice large attachable surface.  Yep, I could definitely make good use of any one of the three prizes.  Thanks.

slilly92596@netzero.net wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 15 May 2011, 8:44 PM

I have a Janome MC11000 SE and would love to have a Sew Steady table.  It looks like it is very stable.  I have the clothsetter table made by Janome and it is not sturdy enough.  I was going to order a Sew Steady table but would like to see a picture of how it fits to my machine model first.  Thanks

Panich61 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 15 May 2011, 10:13 PM

I currently have a Janome 2138.  I would love the Sew Steady table as I don't yet have a lot of things from my "wish list" for sewing.

mompop4206 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 15 May 2011, 10:18 PM

I have an pre-electronic Viking and would love the Sew Steady table to dress it up!!

Christy G. wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Sunday, 15 May 2011, 11:38 PM

Hi! The Sew Steady table seems to be just right to to add the additional sewing platform so that the fabric isn't dragging around the sewing machine. What a great idea! It would be a wonderful addition to my my Janome 6019.

Martisgran wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 16 May 2011, 12:13 AM

I have a BabyLock Elure and I think the Sew Steady table would be an asset to my machine since it would give me more space to work. Thanks!

lkraus wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 16 May 2011, 7:05 AM

I decided that this would be the year I would try machine quilting and I purchased a Brother sewing machine.  It took forever to figure out how to drop the feed dogs.  It wasn't in the instructions.  I've been practicing on very small projects, but a larger Sew Steady table might motivate me to attempt something larger.  Thanks.

Cindi wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 16 May 2011, 7:15 AM

I own a Singer 3550.  I have had my machine for about 24 years & absolutely love it.    This machine was made for sewing, not specifically for quilting as many of the newer machines are.  However, I wish it had a bigger table.  When I quilt, I have difficulty keeping things from staying put because they fall off the table .

Cindi wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 16 May 2011, 7:15 AM

I own a Singer 3550.  I have had my machine for about 24 years & absolutely love it.    This machine was made for sewing, not specifically for quilting as many of the newer machines are.  However, I wish it had a bigger table.  When I quilt, I have difficulty keeping things from staying put because they fall off the table .

mary jean rathbun wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 16 May 2011, 8:52 AM

I have a feather weight machine and really enjoy using it on my sewing workspace table which was built long ago by my grandfather. I would enjoy using my featherweight more with a bigger working space level with the machine. A Sew Steady  would be a great addition to my work space.

elitton wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 16 May 2011, 10:51 AM

I have a Bernina 1130, which I absolutely love.    I would love it even more with a large work surface.

Donna wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 16 May 2011, 11:26 AM

I mostly sew clothing and quilts on my Pfaff Expression 2034.  I also own a new Baby Lock Ellisimo Embroidery machine that I am still learning to use.  I want to do more machine quilting on my baby and lap sized quilts and could really use an extension table to aid me with that endeavor. Currently, the quilt sags away from the needle and is more difficult to move smoothly for even stitching.

Cora Jo Ciampi wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 16 May 2011, 12:03 PM

Most of my sewing is done on a Janome DC2010...my gift to myself upon retirement. I also have and use a Singer treadle machine which I love and don't have to plug in! And, I am blessed to own my Mom's Featherweight. I am very new at machine quilting and all the tools that accompany this art. I would so enjoy the Sew Steady table.

Rose Marie Forbeck wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 16 May 2011, 1:23 PM

My son recently purchased a Brother Innovis-40 sewing machine for his girlfriend to give to her on her birthday, June 4th.  She is new to sewing, and I will help her as much as I can.  If I would win a Sew Steady table, I would give it to her for her birthday so she would a nice surface to work on.  It would encourage her to sew and the sewing and quilting world would have a new member!  Thank you.

Sharon wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Monday, 16 May 2011, 2:25 PM

I have a Brother Pacesetter ULT2003D that I use at home for quilting and embroidery.  I have a Brother XL3500i that I take to class and sew-in's.  When I choose to use it at home, I have a very small work surface and when quilting a table runner yesterday, the runner kept pulling and distorted the stitches.  The Sew Steady table would eliminate this problem and it would be a dream to use it at home or away.

wisfritz4 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 8:17 AM

I have a Viking Designer (not Designer 1 - the original Designer that uses D cards). I am 44 and have needed 5 back surgeries since 2006. Because I now have a fused L5 (lower) disc and the ones above and below, I cannot "lean over" to sew very well. My machine is sunk down in a hole cut in an old computer desk, but there is a big (5") gap all the way around. It is very hard to sew and I cannot lean down in to make it work. At the very least I would love to put your table on layaway if you have that option...or find a retailer who does. Seems like a good product to have retailers sell if it fits their machines - all of them - too. Thanks.

pjmange wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 9:49 AM

I have a Brother with a small extension that I use most of the time and a Janome with no extension that I rarely use because it is to hard to keep the fabric in position.  The Janome is the newest machine and has features that I would like to use.

robzak9465 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 11:59 AM

I currently have a small Brother sewing machine sitting on a table in my new sewing room.  I bought this machine 10 years ago not knowing that I would begin quilting - surprised myself!  I have converted one small room to the sewing room but it is little.  I would like to buy a new sewing machine more designed for quilting but can not afford...so a Sew Steady would be a start towards better equipment.  Thank you

Cheri Williams wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 12:57 PM

I have a Berinia 830E and it is great for embroidery, but when I use the small table that comes with it my quilts tend to get tangled and it ishard to quilt .  Saw the clear table at the local Paramont Sewing store in Eugene on one of my visist up there.  Think it would be great to have and use for quilting.

Lisa wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 12:59 PM

I have a Bernina and I sew on it every day. I am saving for a new bernina right now and would love to  have a Sew Steady for both of them someday. What a perfict world that would be.    Lisa

janetannfraser wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 1:01 PM

i have a husqvarna designer se  and the sew steady would be a great help when quilting

janetannfraser wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 1:03 PM

I have a husqvarna designer Se the sew steady would be a great help when quilting

Gramkc wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 1:17 PM

I have a Bernina 200.  May DH has made me some wonderful storage units for my sewing area, but I ccould really use an upgrade for my machine's table.  The Sew Steady Table would be wonderful  I like the adjustable bar to keep us on the straight and narrow.

shophappy wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 1:22 PM

I have several machines for several different purposes... newest is the Babylock Quilter's Choice Professional (BLQP) which I'm using for all my piecing and learning to do more free motion with! I also have a Singer Confidence Quilter which I use for any decorative stitches... mostly sewing hangbags, totes and non-quilting. Then of course I have my Singer Touch N Sew from the early 70's which was a big splurge for my parents to make for me... it's currently getting lots of use from my 13 year old daughter! A Sew Steady table would be a welcome addition to any of my machines allowing a bigger sewing platform, better organization during a project and gosh, darn there are soooo many good things to say about them!

BARBARAK-18 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 1:57 PM

I have a Husqvarna Viking Ruby.  I traded in my Designer II as I found an absolutly great deal no one could have passed up.  I live in a retirement community and my sewing machine must sit on the dining room table all the time.  When company is coming I have to have my husband disconnect the machine and put it in his closet.  My serger is in my bedroon on a small table.  I would like the Sew Steady for the Ruby and then I could put it in my bedroon and sew in there.  I have been trying to figure out how to get my sewing machine at a better height to work with and the Sew Steady would be perfect.  I do a lot of volunteer sewing: lap blankets and walker bags for the nursing home and quilts for World Relief as well as my own quilts, bags and wall hangings.  

quiltnvan wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 2:10 PM

I have a Singer Featherweight from 1934 which just keeps on sewing!  It travels with me to charity workshops and Quilt Ministry workdays. I'd love a Sew Steady table to increase the work surface.  

Lawana wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 2:39 PM

I have a Babylock Quilter's Dream machine and would love a sew steady table.  I think the clear table would make a great addition to my sewing room enabling me additional space to work with my quilts.

cinziawhite wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 4:49 PM

My machine is a Pfaff 2056 and every time I attend a retreat I wish I had a sew steady table. they are so light and portable and yet provide a fantastic amount of quilting space as well as a place for all of your sewing essentials.  Several ladies always bring their tables and everyone looks on in envy

cinziawhite wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 4:49 PM

My machine is a Pfaff 2056 and every time I attend a retreat I wish I had a sew steady table. they are so light and portable and yet provide a fantastic amount of quilting space as well as a place for all of your sewing essentials.  Several ladies always bring their tables and everyone looks on in envy

Jane wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 6:19 PM

My preferred machine is a Brother PC 420.  I would love the sew steady table as a help in my quilting.  I have been sewing for a long time and always had my machine in a cabinet and I miss the space and even surface that it provided.  I am always searching for my scissors, pins etc and would be able to see them under the table. I would be so grateful to have a Sew Steady at my disposal.

b4anewyorker wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 6:35 PM

i have a brother laura ashley innovis 2000.  I sew almost everyday on a self made wobbly table.  the portability would be great as I go to sewing, quilt and embroidery quilts.  Thank You

jroberts123 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 7:09 PM

I have a Bernina that my mother bought me years ago...and I absolutely love it, but since it is heavier, I leave it permanently in my sewing room and I would use the Sew Steady with my portable Brother EX660 that I bring upstairs so I can sew with my little ones around or take to friend's houses to teach their little ones how to sew.  I love showing them how to free-motion sew.  They put their little hands on mine and I let them move my hands wherever they want, but it would be so much easier with a larger workspace where the fabric doesn't pull and fall off the side.

Eileen Keane wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 7:12 PM

I have a BabyLock Quest that is sitting on top of a 6 ft computer desk. I used to have the machine in the center and now the whole table is kind of bowed. I also have a Viking 415 that I have to set up on the kitchen table because the Quest is too heavy for me to move around much. I would so love a Sew Steady table for either of these machines. Thanks.

carolbigott wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 8:32 PM

I would love to win the Sew Steady because I have a White machine that I bought years ago used, don't have a clue as to how old it is & I set it up on a card table when I get ready to sew.  Thank you for your time reading this.

Joyce K. wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 9:04 PM

I have a Brother Quattro 6000D and I'd love to win the Sew Steady table because of its large work surface. I like the fact that its clear so you can put supplies under it but still be able to see them.

KARENG-12 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 10:00 PM

I have a Baby Lock Grace machine.   I would love a Sew Steady table.  I am fairly new to quilting and everything that I am making, I am giving away to people in need or donating to charities.  I feel that I have been blessed with so many things, that I want to give back to the community - this really is the least that I can do.  I sure hope I win a wonderful table that you make.  Thank you.

Janice1937 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 10:05 PM

I have a 1966 Singer Touch & Sew and a 2001 Simplicity serger.  I would love to have a Sew Steady table to make my sewing area larger for quilts and fashion sewing.  Thanks for the chance to win one.

obimom wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, 11:21 PM

Great prize! I'm already such a lucky girl I just got a new Bernina 730E. I've been away from sewing for the last 13 years due to...well that's a long and sad story so let's just say that coming back I'm amazed at all of the wonderful new tools and toys that are available.  I've been looking for things to help me with the challenges I have and this table would be a perfect addition.

Brenda Howard wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 2:49 AM

I just bought my first new machine a Singer 7467 Confidence Stylist. I would love to win a Sew Steady, I haven't sewed in years but I come from a family of sewers. I have been bored since my spinal cord injury during routine surgery left me an incomplete paraplegic and then last year I got a Cancer diagnosis and I am trying to occupy my time so my mind, hands and body have something beautiful to enhance my day.  I would love to have this because I live in a small apartment and am in a wheelchair and all the tables that have the drop down for the machine are to low for me to roll under so I have to keep my machine on top of the table and that leaves me with just the small area of the throat of the machine which makes it difficult to keep it all balanced and straight. Having the Sew Steady would give me the work surface I need to improve my skills and allow me to create the beauty I so need in my life so I can pay it forward to others.

Brenda Howard wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 2:58 AM

I have a Singer 7467 Stylist. I haven't sewn in years but come from a family of great sewers. Having the Sew Steady would allow me to access my machine comfort because I am an incomplete paraplegic and in a wheelchair full-time which makes it difficult to find a table to recess my machine and still be able to roll under it in my chair, so I have to keep it just on the top of the table which is difficult with only the small area of the machine to sew on and hold the fabric. I am finding it difficult to balance it all and keep my seams straight and smooth. The sew steady would be a blessing and allow me to make to beautiful designs I have tumbling around in my head. My goal it to make Postcards for Soldiers so I can show my thanks to those who make our lives so rich.

Charlotte wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 6:13 AM

I am fairly new to sewing/quilting. I have a Janome 7330 and love it. This table would help me greatly. Please, please. I want to win!

Darlene wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 6:17 AM

I have a Janome Memorycraft 6500. It sews like a dream, but I need someplace to put it permanently so that I can sew and quilt more easily. Please consider me for the sew steady. I do a lot of different types of sewing and need a stable work surface and storage. I am just beginning to organize my craft room and this would be a great help and start to getting me on the right track.

Marty Askins wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 7:59 AM

I have a brother SE400 sewing machine.  I definitely need a bigger sewing space and something to keep all my quilting tools close to me.  It might help me to sew a little longer each time if I had these, I got hurt several years ago and I have problems with my back, neck and shoulders.  So it would definitely help me out alot.  Thank you for having this great giveaway.

Kay Olson wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 8:02 AM

I have a Janome MC 10000. It's a wonderful machine. Two years ago my daughter was dignosed with breast cancer and has had 17 surgeries. I live in Oklahoma and she in Phoenix. I have spent a big part of my time in Phoenix during that time. I carry my machine back and forth. It would be nice to have a nice work surface and the storage since she has a small make-shift area to work in. She has also started quilting. We have made several quilts for freinds and family for thank-yous for their love and support. Quilting has helped both of us to get through some of the rough times she has faced. It is very soothing to be working and having that quality time together while giving her quilts away to those she cares for deeply. Thank you for considering us.

Barbara Clark wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 8:04 AM

I  have a Viking Quilt Designer 1. I am an active member of my Methodist Church quilt group "Piece on Earth Quilters" in Stuart, FL. We take our machines each Friday afternoon to work on charity quilts and special projects. We sew on a long folding table.I would soooo love to have a Sew Steady table for my Viking. It sure would make my piecing much more accurate . By the way, after our tops are pieced, I am the designated longarm quilter for the group.

God Bless you all and happy quilting.

gncalandro@comcast.net wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 8:24 AM

I have a Phaff sewing machine and would love to have an extention table for it as I don't have a cabinet to put it into.  I'm sure the extention table will help me with the problem I have with drag on my material as it drops off the top of the machine .

isaysew wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 8:39 AM

I have a Husqvarna Viking Designer SE.  I currently balance it on the end of a table to sew.  A Sew Steady would make my sewing life oh so much easier!

Christian Chandler wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 9:30 AM

I have a Pfaff Creative Vision 5.0 and have shied away from making a bed sized quilt for fear of wrangling it around my sewing machine.  I would love to win, and feel it would make my sewing easier.

Christian Chandler wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 9:32 AM

I have a Pfaff CV 5.0 and would love to win the Sew Steady table and accesories, I believe it would help me get over my phobia of making a bed sized quilt.

STACYB wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 9:48 AM

I have a Janome 6600. I would love to win the table so by fabric was a the same level as the bed of the sewing machine.

Barbara wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 12:56 PM

I have a Bernina Aurora with the lasar foot.  Would like to have a table to use on my 35 year old bernina that I use for a back up and plan to give to a grandaughter.

Dot D wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 1:09 PM

I have two White sewing machines.  I would appreciate a level and large work surface while I sew, especially when I'm quilting (to manage the weight).  The guide would be a handy tool for larger projects as well..  The swing out drawer is just the ticket for me.  I always have more than one project going and have to hunt for my favorite tools.  I could keep them in view with the Sew Steady swing out!

Kate wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 3:40 PM

I sew on a Kenmore and to extend my work space I stack books and anything else thats flat so I have more room to move my fabric. I have even enlisted the help of my husband to hold up a quilt top so I can sew it with out having tension on it.

Major wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 3:52 PM

I have an older Kenmore machine and a Janome Quilters Companion.  I use both. I would love a Sew Steady because now the fabric just drapes over the arm bed and it is difficult to keep it straight when it is heavy and hanging there and has no support.  Plus my notions get caught under the quilt or fabric I am trying to sew in which case I have to stop and move them to a different part of my table.  I have a large table that the machine sits on for sewing but no cabinet to equalize the machine arm and the sewing surface for support.

anewchapter@gmail.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 4:47 PM

I have a brother machine.  I have wanted one of these for a long time.  It would give me more of a level area to sew.

Jane wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 6:36 PM

I have a baby lock ellure plus machine.  This looks like the bomb!  I do a lot of sewing, and a lot of times I am sewing quilt blocks, this "table" would be great to help me keep the seams straight and keep the sewing level.  I have looked at the trays for my machine, but haven't taken the "plunge" into purchasing one due to the cost.  With all the cut backs and my husband's job affected by the oil spill, we just don't have the extra to purchase such "frivilous things."  What a great prize package!

032098hr wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 7:49 PM

I have the Brother inv. 4000 D. I have just started to get into quilting with my machine. It does not have the extra room to help me maneuver my quilts. I have been trying to do free motion quilting. The Sew Steady Table is just what I need. It would be a great asset to help me keep my fabric from sliding around by giving me the extra area to support my fabric. Thanks for all you do to help people like me to have an easier way to accomplish our sewing projects, Keep up the good work.

linsin1951@yahoo.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 8:17 PM

I have a Brothers 4000 machine which I love. I have a cage holding my lower spine together and setting at my sewing machine is hard. I have trouble working with large pieces and a Sew Steady Table would, I'm sure, make it so much easier to handle large irems.  It would be such a blessing to win this.  God Bless

Denise Cunningham wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 8:38 PM

I have a Janome 9700 Embroidery machine and I would love the Sew Stead products to help me with quilting.  I currently quilt, embroider and sew fashion clothing.  I do sew some crafts as well.   I am teaching myself to free motion quilt.   I would love to have their products.  

metro2gal wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Wednesday, 18 May 2011, 9:41 PM

I have a Janome New Home MX3123. A custom fit table would make quilitng much easier on the baby quilts that I make.

Melodie Bachelder wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 19 May 2011, 7:11 AM

I have a Bernina 430 and a Viking Designer SE.  I use the Bernina mostly for embroidery.  I find the Bernina is a better machine for intricate work.  I use the Designer SE for everyday work and take it to classes, quilting bees, retreats, etc.  I love using both machines.  Having a Sew Steady Table would make sewing and quilting a lot easier. Having the extra table space to hold quilts or other big sewing projects would be more comfortable and also relieve the stress on my back and body.  Having a table to hold up larger projects while quilting highly helpful.

Melodie Bachelder wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 19 May 2011, 7:11 AM

I have a Bernina 430 and a Viking Designer SE.  I use the Bernina mostly for embroidery.  I find the Bernina is a better machine for intricate work.  I use the Designer SE for everyday work and take it to classes, quilting bees, retreats, etc.  I love using both machines.  Having a Sew Steady Table would make sewing and quilting a lot easier. Having the extra table space to hold quilts or other big sewing projects would be more comfortable and also relieve the stress on my back and body.  Having a table to hold up larger projects while quilting highly helpful.

vmsellers@centex.net wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 19 May 2011, 8:42 AM

I have a Bernina 180 and a Bernina 730.  I also have a BabyLock Sashiko.   I enjoy using all my machines.  I mostly use the Bernina 730 for embroidery.  I am still learning to use the Sashiko.  It gives a completely different look to the work I do.   I have seen the Sew Steady machines tables and think they are wonderful.   It would be great to have extras space to hold large quilts and other projects.  Since I am now retired I have much more time to sew and quilt. Having good equipment makes all the difference in the world when completing projects.

Maryanne Lucas wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 19 May 2011, 9:43 AM

I have a Viking Designer SE and a Viking 630.  Most of my quilts are for charity.  Right now I'm doing small quilts to be donated to UMC hospital in Las Vegas as part of the Quilts for kids program.  An extension table would be great, for either machine, to provide support for the quilts while I do the quilting.  Maryanne

elenyquilts@gmail.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 19 May 2011, 10:41 AM

I have a Viking Designer I.  An extension table would be wonderful to take to guild meeting and retreats where we work on a lot of charity quilts.  

Eleny

Tanya Mayes wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 19 May 2011, 1:19 PM

I use a Janome 6600P for most of my quilt piecing and with the larger squares that I do frequently the  Sew Steady table and Accesories would greatly reduce the fatique of working with the larger squares when putting the blocks together. It has a clean appearance and a look of a snug fitting on the machine. I also use a Janome DC2007LE to carry to a friends house to sew together, or to our local quilt guild when I can. Any table that is designed for a particular machine with the looks of the Sew Steady should be a benifit to all quilters.

raymondpatj@msn.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 19 May 2011, 3:04 PM

RE:SPOTLIGHT ON Sew STEADY  i have a very inexpensive sewing machine  "NEW HOME" which is a "CHEAP" model of janome but it works fine doesn't have a lot of fancy stithes but can make do very nicely. I learned on a 1896 "Wilcox Gibbs" chain stitch mschine still works well but decided i needed to update if i was going to quilt retreats. wonderful machine  remember the closings on sugar bags that you found the right thread and it would just zip across the top to open. thats my machine!!! anyway i'm sewing on an old desk that was my daughters growing up (antique gold and white) and needless to say it is quite narrow and a sew steady would make things a lot easier to sew larger items i make a lot of things for xmas bazaars so I'm always sewing. did 6 bazaars last year from Oct. to first weekend in dec.  thanks a lot for letting me share  pat raymond-raymondpatj@msn.com

ssbosko@gmail.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 19 May 2011, 6:18 PM

I work off a fold away table and would love to have extra surface at my machine for quilting, piecing and its wonderful that you can use it as a light box as well. I have a huskqvarna sapphire 835.    ssbosko@gmail.com

ssbosko@gmail.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 19 May 2011, 6:19 PM

I work off a fold away table and would love to have extra surface at my machine for quilting, piecing and its wonderful that you can use it as a light box as well. I have a huskqvarna sapphire 835.    ssbosko@gmail.com

vtlockhart18 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 19 May 2011, 10:14 PM

I have a Brother PR-420 that has a table available for purchase separately, but it is very cheaply made...all of my research in trying to find a portable extension table for my Brother to take to my weekly quilting club has led to the Sew Steady Table being the best in the business.  Aside from wanting one, I really need one!!!!

VickiGene wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 19 May 2011, 10:37 PM

I'm fortunate to have three machines because two are on the "fritz" right now.  Lily the Viking (550 Quilting) is running like a new machine unlike Rose the Viking and Mr. White.  A Sew Steady would greatly improve my accuracy and save the tension I feel in my shoulders when guiding quilts or other projects through my machine.  If only I had a table the correct height, I could stop sitting in a high chair!

VickiGene wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 19 May 2011, 10:37 PM

I'm fortunate to have three machines because two are on the "fritz" right now.  Lily the Viking (550 Quilting) is running like a new machine unlike Rose the Viking and Mr. White.  A Sew Steady would greatly improve my accuracy and save the tension I feel in my shoulders when guiding quilts or other projects through my machine.  If only I had a table the correct height, I could stop sitting in a high chair!

VickiGene wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 19 May 2011, 10:37 PM

I'm fortunate to have three machines because two are on the "fritz" right now.  Lily the Viking (550 Quilting) is running like a new machine unlike Rose the Viking and Mr. White.  A Sew Steady would greatly improve my accuracy and save the tension I feel in my shoulders when guiding quilts or other projects through my machine.  If only I had a table the correct height, I could stop sitting in a high chair!

VickiGene wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 19 May 2011, 10:37 PM

I'm fortunate to have three machines because two are on the "fritz" right now.  Lily the Viking (550 Quilting) is running like a new machine unlike Rose the Viking and Mr. White.  A Sew Steady would greatly improve my accuracy and save the tension I feel in my shoulders when guiding quilts or other projects through my machine.  If only I had a table the correct height, I could stop sitting in a high chair!

VickiGene wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 19 May 2011, 10:54 PM

Lily the Viking (550 Quilting), Rose the Viking (600), and Mr. White (my first Viking-like machine.  All these machines have served me well and I would find it hard to part with even one.  Mr. White is my work horse.  He's the elder of the three and certainly deserves to be upgraded to a Sew Steady table made just for him!  With a larger sewing surface, I would be more accurate and have less stress in my neck and shoulders.  I need a Sew Steady for pain and suffering and to save on medical bills!  ;-)

VickiGene wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Thursday, 19 May 2011, 10:56 PM

Please excuse the glitch above.  I have no idea how this message was sent more than once!

Karla wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 20 May 2011, 8:28 AM

I have 3 machines...an old Singer, which I use for heavy duty sewing, a Huskystar 224 which I use for piecing and a Husqvarna Mega Quilter by Viking for the actual quilting process.  I actually use my breakfast bar and/or dining room table for all of my sewing as I have very, very limited space.  I'd love to have Sew Steady to help alleviate back and neck pain and give me some room to manipulate my quilts while sewing.

kcmomof3 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 20 May 2011, 8:30 AM

I have a Bernina 640 and have been doing a lot of free motion quilting, this would be such a great addition as I would love a larger sewing surface.  The Sew Steady table would make sewing a more ergonomic experience.  I am sure I would be able to sew faster as I wouldn't have to be constantly adjusting my fabric.

aiconderweegs wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 20 May 2011, 10:08 AM

My husband made me a sewing table, it houses my new machine (Janome Horizon) for the heavy quiltworks. What a treat would it be to have my "piecer", a Singer 368 from my babies-at-home days, have her golden years in a cabinet of her own. She deserves it! Now she sits on a shelf to be picked up when called for duty, looking on with a little frown as I work the newbee..... I would love to make her happy too, and let her sit in the table she wanted for so long!  8^}

Irene from Amsterdam

Calliope wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 20 May 2011, 10:50 AM

I have 9 machines - two are sergers and one is a blindstitcher, 6 are regular sewing machines

3 Elna Air Electronics, Bernina Aurora 440 QE, Viking #1, Pfaff 297. I love them all and use them all. It would be great to have a Sew Steady on each of them.

quality7377 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 20 May 2011, 11:42 AM

I love my Pfaff but a larger sewing area would make machine quilting easier to learn.

vfernjones wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 20 May 2011, 11:47 AM

I have a Bernina that  do all my sewing on and I would love to have the larger table to hold my sewing.

vfernjones wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 20 May 2011, 11:48 AM

I have a Bernina that  do all my sewing on and I would love to have the larger table to hold my sewing.

Tivaevae wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 20 May 2011, 1:07 PM

My sewing machine is a Janome Decor Excel Pro 5124. This is my first ever sewing machine and I just love it. I hand quilted everything up until purchasing this machine. I would love to win a sew steady as it is on my bucket list. This would allow me to have a larger sewing platform.

Cathy Jolley wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 20 May 2011, 2:37 PM

I have a Singer Touch and Sew machine.  I have only been quilting for a 1 1/2 years and I'm hooked.  All I want to do is quilt.  I would love, L O V E love to win the Sew Steady.  I am currently sewing on an old desk top.  It would be GREAT to have more work space.

Thanks for considering me.

cssherry wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 20 May 2011, 3:20 PM

I have a Huskqvarna Viking Scandinavia sewing machine, and I have just started learning to piece quilts.  It looks like it would be a big help. Thank you

msalottolo wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 20 May 2011, 3:46 PM

A an "old" sewer but a new Quilter I know this will help me in becoming a great Quilter. Thank You

msalottolo wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 20 May 2011, 3:47 PM

I forgot to thank you for making this in the USA.

Gina wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 20 May 2011, 5:24 PM

I have a Kenmore Computerized Drop-In Bobbin Sewing Machine with 215 stitch functions.  I just bought it a couple months ago and I love it!  The Sew Steady could benefit me greatly with all the sewing and quilting I do.  I run a small home-based sewing business out of my home and don't have a lot of sewing space to work with.  I would LOVE to have a Sew Steady!

mwright@kymail.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 20 May 2011, 8:56 PM

Been using a 1960's Singer Stiylest for years and just purcahsed a Janome 6600 P.  I have a so steady that I purchased for my portable Singer which I take to quilting classes, it makes quilting much easier.  I would love to have one of the tables for my Janome.

dkvanderbur wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 20 May 2011, 9:28 PM

I'm currently using a Singer, I would love to have a table to go with it.  It would make quilting so much easier.

Dorothy I. Dishman wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 20 May 2011, 11:22 PM

having lived in Bonners Ferry, Idaho for 26 years and been a customer of Dream World for internet provider, I obviously am very interested in winning a Sew Steady Table to fit my Bernina Virtuosa 153.

My machine does the job nicely, however, a table would make "sewing steadier" as the small attachment that came with the machine is quite wobbly and small, making my fabric catch & pull when working on anything larger than an individual block.  Thank you.

"Penny" wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Friday, 20 May 2011, 11:23 PM

I have an older Kenmore 24 that has become my "old faithful" for sewing personalized baby quilts, only I have always tied them (the feed dogs do not drop for quilting). Several years before I retired, I bought a Singer Quantum Futura, Model CE200 hoping one machine could do all...sewing, embroidery and quilting, plus I could do some of my own patterns & designs from a laptop.  So far it has been a little awkward quilting and sewing because I do not have a flat surface to extend onto and I can see that the Sew Steady Table would & could be the answer.  I think it is fantastic that Sew Steady came up with the idea of the Sew Straight Guide.  I will be waiting to hear if I am selected to win.

Elaine Howsley wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 21 May 2011, 1:06 AM

I have a Baby Lock Esante and also a Kenmore sewing machine, which my mother bought for me more than 30 years ago.  I got "turned on" to quilting about 10 years ago and it has become one of my passions.  Like everyone else, my sewing surface is limited and your Sew Steady table sounds like a dream come true. When I get the chance to sew, it is such good therapy for me, but also can be frustrating at times because of the limitations of my sewing space.  Just think how envious all of my sewing and quilting friends would be that I had won one of your Sew Steady products....they would want to purchase one for themselves.  I'll be nice, however, and encourage them to sign in and enter the contest.  Thanks for your generosity in sharing this great new sewing aide!

Elaine Howsley wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 21 May 2011, 1:12 AM

I have a Baby Lock Esante, that I have had for about 9 years and a Kenmore Sewing machine that my mother purchased for me over 30 years ago.  About 10 years ago, I discovered my  passion for quilting and spend time in "Elaine's Quilt World" as often as I can.  Your Sew Steady Table and other products sound heavenly.  Who doesn't have the need for more sewing space or for a space more user friendly?  It would be so exciting to win one of your products...and all of my sewing and quilting friends would be envious.  I am sure they would want to purchase one of their own.  I'll be nice, however, and encourage them to log in to their QCA account and enter the contest.  Thanks for making such an interesting and useful product for all of us crazy quilting and sewing people out there!  

mariebx96@yahoo.com wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 21 May 2011, 2:39 AM

I own several sewing machines, so choosing between them is hard.  However, I think I would like a Sew Steady Table for my newest machine, Singer Professional 2010.  I want a Sew Steady Table because I have an old beat up table for my first sewing machine, a Kenmore (about 27 years old).  I haul this heavy old sewing machine around because of the table I purchased for it many, many years ago.  Even though it is in rough shape, other quilters always ask me about it.  Unfortunately, I don't know where I purchased it or even who made it.  Using a table keeps the weight of the fabrics even - without a table the weight pulls to the left and/or behind the needle.

Ronnie wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 21 May 2011, 3:36 AM

My sewing machine is a Bernina 440 QE and I love it!!   I've just started doing some quilting on my smaller projects and I could really use a Sew Steady to make the quilting easier.   Thank you for this chance to win!

4dognight wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 21 May 2011, 7:50 AM

I have a 15 year old Singer that is grinding along but not well.  Will be picking up my new Viking Sapphire 875 in June and would love to have a more organized table!  

Grandma Donna wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 21 May 2011, 9:01 AM

I would love to win the sew steady table for my brothers machine.  While quilting, it would keep my quilt flat.  

debash@gmavt.net wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 21 May 2011, 9:35 AM

I have a Pfaff CV 5.0 and a Pfaff 2056.  I love both of them.  I'd love to win the sew steady table to give me a big flat surface.  Both of my machines sit on top of a desk and not flat with the surface.

karsb123 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 21 May 2011, 10:06 AM

I have a Sew Steady table and their insert for my old Designer II but now I need a table for my new Designer SE.  They are great & it soooo helps us quilters!

Charlotte wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 21 May 2011, 10:18 AM

I would love to win anything to help me with my quilting. I am a fairly new quilter and cannot get enough sewing/reading on the subject.

Charlotte wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 21 May 2011, 10:20 AM

I have a Janome 7330 and love it. I am fairly new to quilting and hope I win. I need anything to help me with sewing/quilting. I have become quickly addicted. :)

cwilson3 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 21 May 2011, 10:24 AM

I have a Bernina sewing machine.  I recently used  a friends machine that has a sewing table.  I did not realize what I was missing without noe.  The table made it so much easier to sew especially when doing applique.

susyquilter wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 21 May 2011, 10:25 AM

I have a Bernina 160, I love my machine and it came with a table.  The table is a bit on the small side, so a larger work surface would be wonderful.  I find as I get older, my seams start to wander, so the guide would be great too.

PaulineR wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 21 May 2011, 10:35 AM

This has been a dream of mine.  I have a Singer 5000 that sits on top of a large table.  This would make everything I do so much easier and better.  A lot more control of my fabric.  I would love to win the Sew Steady Table.

1wit747 wrote re: Spotlight on Sew Steady
on Saturday, 21 May 2011, 10:42 AM

I have a Bernina 350.  As a beginner quilter, having a larger, steadier space to rest the projects on would be a very big help. &nbs