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Thread: Please help me decide if this table will be worth it.

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    I have one similar to that one. It would be exactly the same but for the fact that my shelves have sides to them. However, I bought it in JoAnn's, and with a half price coupon, I paid $70 for it, which means full price it was $140.00.
    $229 is way too much money for this table. Shop around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewplease View Post
    Did you see the link to this Ikea table that's mentioned in one of the comments for the link above? Looks very sturdy and cheaper ($179) than the Sullivan table. http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/20104718/

    And, here is a build-it-yourself table with fold down leaves that is also mentioned in one of the comments.
    http://ana-white.com/2010/10/plans/s...e-small-spaces
    Thank you for giving me the Ikea Link above for the Norden Gateleg table.
    I chose this table and love it! I added wheels to the legs so I can move it around the sewing room. It is very sturdy and made of a lovely birchwood. It also comes in white. I use it with my large rotary mat as a cutting table. I also roll it to my sewing cabinet to support my quilt when free-motion quilting. There are 3 sliding drawers on both sides to store essentials. Adding wheels to the table gave the table more height. I am 5'4" so this table works perfectly for me. Thanks to all who gave me your advice. Happy Quilting to all!

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    the reviews for this table on amazon are good and I have never seen the adjustable one at my joanns
    Nancy

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    I have one of these I bought at Joann's years ago......had a 50% off and paid less than $100 for it. Has been used and still going. Good luck

    delma

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    Red face I chose this table :Norden gateleg from Ikea

    I have enjoyed using this table in my sewing room. The photo doesn't show the wheels that I added with castors (from harbor freight) to increase the height and make the table mobile. I roll it to my sewing cabinet to support quilts. I also use it as a cutting table using my large rotary mat. This is a great table for small sewing spaces since the sides fold down, leaving a 10" wide middle section. The solid birch wood is so pretty. There are 6 drawers to place tools, etc to have close at hand. Warning: the table weighs 100 pounds. Plan ahead for how to get it from your car to your sewing space. I set up an appointment through Ikea to have the table assembled..worth every penny to me since my DH and I both are terrible with assembly directions.
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