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Thread: The Sewing Box

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    There is a sewing box made by The Original Scrap Box that I find interesting, but pricey. I have a small area in which to sew and this seems ideal, but i wanted to see if anyone knows anything about it. My main concern is whether or not the table section is really sturdy. Thanks for any help -
    www.theoriginalscrapbox.com/catalog/newggthe-sewing-box

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    I would check out Arrow, Horn, Koala (my fav) brands first. I know those are all well made and very sturdy. I'm not big on buying unknown brands especially at that cost! Good luck!

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    The company is located in Utah. Maybe someone on the board who lives in Utah or nearby will have more info. Check your local sewing store or CL for deals on Koala or Horn.

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    It looks very nice. I like how smart it is designed. Have you looked on Craigs list though? Often for $100-$200 you can find sewing tables including Koala. Some older vintage sewing machines have wonderful cabinets made with real wood and they are very sturdy.

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