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Thread: Sewing Cabinet

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    Senior Member Quiltntime's Avatar
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    This is the sewing cabinet my DH made for me. :D :D :D



    Open Cabinet


    Flush Position


    Free-Arm Position


    Raised panel doors.


    Lock-Miter Drawers


    -Karen


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    Senior Member PuffinGin's Avatar
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    Your sewing cabinet is wonderful, Karen. DH is a great woodworker. Did he have a pattern for it or make one up himself?

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    What a beautiful cabinet.
    Your hubby is a gifted carpenter.
    Is that Oak? Such detailed grain in the wood.
    Thank you for sharing.

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    Beautiful Cabinet. Tell your DH that he did a fantastic job. My DH does not do that kind of stuff, I had to pay a bundle for mine.

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    Senior Member Quiltntime's Avatar
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    He is a great woodworking! He purchased the plan from Rockler.

    Rockler link for the plan and sewing machine lift.
    http://www.rockler.com/product.cfm?p...sewing%20plans

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    Senior Member Quiltntime's Avatar
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    Thank you for the compliment.

    The cabinet is Red Oak with Minwax Special Walnut #224 and clear Polyurethane. The drawer components are made with Alder and finished with shellac.

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    I just showed my husband.. he said hmmmm.. MEN..

    Your husband did a FABULOUS job!

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    Senior Member Quiltntime's Avatar
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    To have any piece of furniture custom made is very expensive. I'm so fortunate that my DH is so talented.

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    Senior Member Quiltntime's Avatar
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    Maybe the "hmmmmm" is giving him an idea for a gift for you.

    My DH is so tickled everyone likes the cabinet.

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    Honey, that man is a definite keeper!!! I love the way it folds all up so you can hide everything if you need to. And when it's all folded up, it looks like a very expensive credensa (is that the right word?)

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