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Thread: DIY Machine cart

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    Great idea. Thank you for sharing. BarbM32

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    Great idea, thanks for sharing!
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    Thank you for sharing the idea of the rolling cart and directions. Made me think of a sturdy old bookcase I was going to get rid of, now I am thinking maybe cut it in half and add wheels to it. Got my creative juices going. Take care.

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    What an awesome idea. Thanks!

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    That is a wonderful idea! Thanks so much for sharing it!

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    OMG....Love it! Thanks so much...and answer to my problem!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by homebody323 View Post
    So many people have discussed organizing their sewing rooms, I thought I would share this pattern. I've used it for things other than my machines, but it rolls under the sewing table nicely and I can change out the machine I want to use, keeping the others out of the way - but close at hand. I also have a couple screws on one end of it so I can use a power strip and take my machines into an area not close to an outlet.
    Happy stitching

    Forgive me for not having the picture of it in this posting. I just couldn't figure out how to get it here. The attachment has full instructions in pdf. format.
    Very cool. Every thing fits so nice. Thank you for posting the instructions.

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    Nan helped me figure out how to put the picture in the actual message. You go girl!
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    This is a great projected for storage and I can even make it ,thanks a million!

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    Thanks for sharing! Now I need a gorgeous hunk to build me one!
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