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Thread: Low Cost Sewing Table

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    Senior Member oneygirl's Avatar
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    I was reading Harriet Hargrave's new book, Quilter's Academy 2 and was so excited when she recommended a great sewing table.

    She recommends a Safco Folding Computer Table SAF1935GR

    This is the information on the table:

    The laminate color is a light gray and the center shelf adjusts up and down six increments. The folding table measures 47-1/2"W x 29-3/4"D x 28-3/4"H. The table supports up to 100 lbs.

    The cost for this table is $128 with free shipping. I ordered mine through www.buyonlinenow.com

    I can't wait to get it!

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    here is alink for it. LOoks Great!
    http://www.buyonlinenow.com/viewprod...?SKU=SAF1935GR

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    Keep us posted once you get it! It looks like it is a good alternative for the expensive cabinets. It might be a good choice for me because it folds up for storage (I live in a small mobile). I'm curious of the size of the shelf. I've got a viking sapphire, longer than a standard machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katier825
    Keep us posted once you get it! It looks like it is a good alternative for the expensive cabinets. It might be a good choice for me because it folds up for storage (I live in a small mobile). I'm curious of the size of the shelf. I've got a viking sapphire, longer than a standard machine.
    i have the same machine, i dont think it will fit. Looks kinda short. i should measure

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    Senior Member oneygirl's Avatar
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    The drop down tray measures 20 3/4" L X 9 1/2" wide. It should be big enough for my Babylock Quest Plus or my Bernina as an alternate sewing table.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oneygirl
    The drop down tray measures 20 3/4" L X 9 1/2" wide. It should be big enough for my Babylock Quest Plus or my Bernina as an alternate sewing table.
    I wish my machine was here to measure. Just dropped my baby off today for a tune up.

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    Hopefully I should have it by the middle of the week. I am actually replacing an old desk that I have in my sewing room for my laptop and printer. This way I can work on two different projects at once!

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    Thanks! I ordered one and used coupon code JULY550 and got $5 off!

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    Oh cool! I didn't know about the coupon code and paid full price!

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    I use a regular plastic folding table, But like the cut out for a keyboard :thumbup:

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