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Thread: Solving my flatbed table dilemma

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    Super Member Delta's Avatar
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    Ok this is so wrong. Your sewing room is just WAY to neat. I like it but To neat. lol
    SMILE- it will make everyone wonder what you are up to.
    Stay strong and keep looking up.

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    thanks for sharing - it is always so great to see what others do. How do you keep your room so neat?

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    Perfect table, that's exactly how I wanted to arrange myself for fmq (and can only dream of a neat room like yours!)
    Thanks for sharing and luckily I'm not too far from IKEA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steady Stiching View Post
    I think you may have solved my problem!
    It looks like you have a substantial sewing machine.....are you getting no vibration or shaking from the table?
    DH and I were going to go to Ikea yesterday to look at tables but got sidetracked. I will definatly go and look into Vika.
    Nope! No vibration and I went full throttle to give it a good test drive. Because the legs are adjustable there is a spring in the leg and I can hear it when I shake the table but it's not something that is annoying, just a little spring sound!!

    http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/60105301/

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    You have a great space.

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    A great sewing area. Geives me a lot of ideas. I will look at IKEA.

    Thanks for sharing.
    Quilter 68 who is now 69/and now 70

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmw View Post
    that's a very nice room, i would have it all facing the widow!!
    I have my table butted up to a corner so my quilt doesn't drag in front or the side. Bonus: there's a window in that corner!

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    What a bright, lovely setup. I bet you create perfectly beautiful quilts in that space!
    "Accomplishment is a consequence of effort" -- Michael Crichton

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    So Neat not like mine LOL

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    Wow are you lucky!!

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