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  1. jigs1354's Avatar
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    Hi again, saw this post and wanted to say a few words too. My husband made several of these machine extensions for some friends of mine in a quilting group from Masonite then put small rubber legs on them. I love mine. He just measured the bed of the machine and the length needed and you just move it out to get to your bobbin underneath. No big deal to work with any machines. With his you have this extension table beyond your machine to manage your fabrics. Works wonders for more space to sewing your quilts or blocks. He doesn't use Plexiglas, can't get it here in Tn. without going a long ways away to buy it, if you can even ind it here. The Masonite is very smooth on the top and that's all you need really.
    jigs
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    Fabric boards really do work for organizing all your fabrics. It's the easiest way to get more fabric on your shelving or in drawers for more up front viewing of what you have to work with. I have been using these boards for sometime now. They are very reasonable to buy and get started. At one point I just had to do something with the mess I was working with. My husband makes them now and it's wonderful to have the sizes I need and the fabrics look great.
    Jigs
    Updated 06-05-2013 at 06:10 AM by jigs1354 (double word)
  3. Jingle's Avatar
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    So glad to see you and know you are still on here.

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