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Thread: My New Sewing Table!

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    Super Member Joan's Avatar
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    It looks great and comfortable!

    The only thing missing are lots of cut threads, pieces of fabric and you sitting there and sewing.....

    Have fun :lol: :lol:

    (I've gotten to the point where I feel sorry for people who DON'T quilt! :mrgreen: What fun would that be? :!: Just a thought, I digress)

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    :mrgreen: :mrgreen: I love it

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    Nice table. Don't you just love your Juki.

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    I could not be more pleased with the Juki.
    I know I've only had it about a month, but I've gotta say, this is the best sewing machine I've ever used! It's so smooth & precise!

    I'm looking forward to a very long relationship with it!!!!!

    (even tho, at the quilt expo this weekend, I drooled over a gammill and a husqvarna on the inspira with the qbot!)

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    Nice work station and glad you like your new machine.

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    i like it

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    I love my Juki!!! That is a great industrial Table for the machine!!! Enjoy your machine.

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    I worked at a clothing factory, and in order to enlarge the sewing area (especially helpful for quilting large items as quilts and keeping sewing supplies close) ... the factory took 3/4" plywood width of the table x two feet or more, attached 1x4 or 1x6 border around three sides, making sure that the 1 bys extended along the depth of your sewing table (or depth - - front to back). The "arms" were screwed into the table. Then, underneath, to stablilize the addtional "table" 1 bys on each side, extending over the table and addition. (Just thought you might appreciate the extra working space) Another suggestion I learned a few years back had to do with placing your sewing machine in a corner of the room, so that you face the wall, the extension is against the wall to your left, thus using the wall to help you control the quilt.
    Congratulations on your new table, it is a DANDY!

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