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Thread: Question - Do any of you have the SewEzi portable sewing table?

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    Super Member sewdarnbusy's Avatar
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    I bought the SewEzi cause it looked great at the show... when I got it home, I wondered, what was I thinking? Then I used it and I'm so glad I own it. It's a space saver and just the right height. I have a Viking D1 and use it for sewing only. I think the table might vibrate too much for embroidery. I never tried it with the embroidery unit attached.
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    I have used the SewEzi many times to do embroidery. Of course, it has to sit on top. I have not had any trouble with shaking, wobbling, etc.

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    Wow - I ordered the table on-line on 6/11/12 after 7pm and it came today! Haven't unpacked it yet because I was out most of the day and too tired to do anything when I got home. But such turn-around it incredible to me.

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    Whoo-hoo! Now ya git ta play!!!
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    Any knee lift issues with Janome 6600 and Sewezi table?

    Quote Originally Posted by KyKaren1949 View Post
    I have one with two inserts-one for my Janome 6600 and the other for my Featherweight. I LOVE it! They're pricey, but seem to be made really well. I believe every single person in my quilt guild also has one, so they're pretty popular.
    I read on a blog that the knee lift on the Janome 6600 knocks into the SewEzi table's leg. Does anyone have any experience with this? I really want to order the SewEzi, but I worry about this because I use my Janome knee lift constantly. Thoughts?
    Jenny in DC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Writergrrl View Post
    I read on a blog that the knee lift on the Janome 6600 knocks into the SewEzi table's leg. Does anyone have any experience with this? I really want to order the SewEzi, but I worry about this because I use my Janome knee lift constantly. Thoughts?
    I don't have either the table or the machine. But, recently I saw a quilters sewing room where she used what is referred to as a school "workstation" height adjustable table that has no table section in front of the machine; but a dropped section where the machine sits. Not sure if that would work to eliminate the obstruction to the knee lift, but check it out. I will have to post it back later, as I can't locate the link I saved.

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    I love mine!! Thinking about getting a second!! Best money I ever spent!!

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    Classroom Computer workstation tables, open front

    To: Writergrrl, re: knee lift on the Janome 6600 knocks into the SewEzi table's leg.
    Ideal for those using the knee lift.
    First 2 are not "portable" tables, but are compact and sturdy. 10 colors.
    Correll Bi-Level High-Pressure Top Computer Table or workstation, considered to be "computer classroom" furniture
    @ todays classroom.com as well as many websites.
    BL3048 30"deep x 4' wide As low as $177
    BL3060 30"deep x 5' wide As low as $197
    They also make one 6' wide, might be nice if you are setting up 2 machines.
    You can choose location of the "keyboard" tray - left, right or center, as well as optional 2nd "keyboard" tray. Keyboard shelf ht. adjusts from 26.52'' to 29'' above the floor.
    Keyboard shelf size: 10''deep x 22''wide Tray. Thought you might want to see how this size would work for your machines.
    Note that with the popularity of laptops, these may go away at some point, or be found at a discount.

    Portable Gray table = 30"deep x 4'wide with folding legs. $164. At BizChair dot com
    Not on wheels for moving the way other tables might be. 5 color choices.
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    Forgot to say, these are all more appropriate for home use, rather than travel. Though many like the compact 30" x 4' size for small spaces. That last one could be tucked under a bed when not in use.

    Someone here on the board has this center table for her machine and found it at a goodwill store for about $15. If you're near any school furniture outlet, you might find one like this very cheap. Best wishes
    Last edited by cabinfever; 11-29-2012 at 11:03 PM.

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