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Portable Sewing Machine

A small lightweight sewing machine for minor repairs to cloth.
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I thought of this while trying to completely enclose my steering wheel with a cover that slips on and off. i wanted to make it my permanent one by sewing it up on the inside but to do that id have to bust out the needle and thread and sew over 300 stitches, whereas if i had a portable sewing machine, about the size of an office stapler. well, the job would just be simpler....
Cryptic33, Jul 08 2001

So baked! http://www.hawkin.c...nd_the_Home_46.html
About halfway down. These things have been around for ages. [angel, Jul 08 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]

Emson© Super Sewing Machine® http://www.wonderfu...arden/emspswmc.html
Handheld, battery operated. [phoenix, Jul 08 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]

'plastic tab button attacher thing' http://www.innovati...MHE00A3HW31X94SE6WD
[angel, Jul 08 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]


       Didn't Ronco or one of those other cheap kitschy product companies come out with one of these a looooonnnnngggg time ago?
phoenix, Aug 13 2001

       I saw one on TV as a kid, and it did look a lot like a stapler. Would have sworn it was Ronco, but it's not on their page...
StarChaser, Aug 13 2001

       [StarChaser] That's my recollection as well. In fact, the Emson device pretty much fits that description so I have to wonder if I just got the manufacturer confused or Emson bought the rights to the product.   

       Baked in either case.
phoenix, Aug 16 2001

       That's the bunny. Does say 'as seen on TV', so maybe we were both just 'Goofy product on annoying commercial, must be Ronco'.   

       Ever see the plastic tab button attacher thing?   

       <later> <Thpth's at Angel for the link.> <grin> Not the one I was thinking of, it was blue, pistol shaped and belt fed, but the same type of thing. Gotta remember, it was twenty years ago when I saw it last...
StarChaser, Aug 16 2001, last modified Aug 18 2001

       I do remember it. The 'Buttoneer', I think it was called.   

       Remember the rhinestone riveter? Don't remember what it was called.   

       As Shrinky-Dinks have made a comeback, one wonders if these will, too...
phoenix, Dec 20 2001

       six years later, yes. but mega-baked in any which-way possible. and [phoenix] it's called the bedazzler. unfortunately, it's already been invented.
fancypants, Nov 11 2007


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