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Thread: Opinions on cutting table ( pic. shown)

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    Good job for holding strong. Isn't it amazing what a little bit of creative rearranging can do?

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    Your sewing are looks great.

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    I just bought this table for the same sale price at Hancock's on Black Friday. I LOVE it! It's definitely the right height for cutting. You can also order a pressing pad for it. I love that it folds up out of the way when not in use.

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    Guess I need to get mine cleaned off and folded up. By the way the picture of your cat is like my cat.

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    Hey, you did well without the table. Great Therapy area! Wish you much luck!

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    I have one except that under the middle section one side has drawers for storage and the other side has a door with 2 storage shelves. It still has the fold down sides however and I find this very useful in a limited space. I also got this one at JoAnns. Using a 40% coupon if was very reasonably priced.

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    I had this table to start with, and it was not big enough. High enough yes, and it was adjustable. However, I graduated to a BIGGER table because this was just too small to trim and square my quilts, or to baste them. So, what I did, I had my husband (or you can) buy a sheet of plywood. He then bought a sheet of laminate, and glued it on the top of the plywood, which was really smooth. I then set it up in my sewing room on SAW HORSES...yes, you read it right, and set them on 2x4's to get the right height for me. It WORKS! Eventually my dh put a base on the board and I now have a wonderfully cutting table, with a shelf on the bottom and it has large roller wheels to move it. If you needed to fold the table, then keep it on folding saw horses and just stand the board up against the wall when not in use. You could even just paint the board to put your butting mates on. It was NOT expensive to do. Joanie

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    CUTTING mats, not butting...dahhhhhhhh Joanie

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    I have this table and LOVE IT!!!

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