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Thread: Take a look at the perfect sewing table I found...

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    Senior Member QuiltingVagabond's Avatar
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    Here is a picture of the sewing table I just ordered. It is actually a school computer desk with a dropped section for the keyboard, but it works perfectly for my machine.

    I got it from epicofficefurniture.com but I called to place my order because the drop-out can be left, center or right and the online order did not allow me to specify the right hand position.

    It comes in several colors and in 30" by 48", 30" by 60" and 30" by 72". It does require some assembly and is very heavy!
    It is shipped by a truck due to the weight.
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    It looks very nice. Is that part behind it part of the table (where the threads and fabrics are sitting)?

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    Wow that's awesome. What do they run and where is the company?

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    Looks neat, I might take a look at that. Thanks for the tip. :)

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    Great table. I would not thought of that.

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    Nice!

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    wow, thanks for the information on the table

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    Can you use an acrylic form around the sewing machine to make the sewing surface flat?

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    dunster, that is a dresser turned perpendicular to the wall behind the table - just to give me more room.

    The manufacturer is Correll and it was shipped direct from the factory in Arkansas. Model # BL3060 (or 3048 or 3072 depending on the size).

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    Very nice. Is the drop down adjustable, or stationary?

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