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Thread: portable sewing tables

  1. #51
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    Dec 2010
    Chula Vista CA
    I have the Sew EZ - I just got it because I wanted a sturdy table for my embroidery machine. So I got the insert to make it a flat table as well as the open insert for the sewing machine, it works wonderful. I did compare it to the Gidget because of the price difference. The legs of the Sew-EZ appeared appeared to be more stable and the insert for my machine was part of the price, the additional piece to close the area was an additional cost. They both have wheels, and the Sew-EZ doe come with a cover, but that was the least of my concern.

  2. #52
    Member LuvCreams's Avatar
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    Aug 2012
    Also, is Sew-ez height adjustable?
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  3. #53
    Super Member Wanabee Quiltin's Avatar
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    Jul 2011
    St. Louis suburbs
    I bought the sew-ez table and it's wonderful. You can fold it up with its own cover and roll it around. It has a hard plastic template that fits your machine and everything just glides over it. I have had mine for almost 2 years and I use it every time I sew in my sewing room. It's not a portable for me unless I move it into my living room to use for actual quilting.

  4. #54
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    Dec 2011
    South East, PA
    I use one that was sold at BigLots for less than $30... it is about 18x24 and very adjustable height wise. I love the idea of the SewEZ... but the cost it prohibitive

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    Super Member gardnergal970's Avatar
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    Aug 2011
    Covington, Indiana
    I got the Gidget last year from Joannes for $60 in sale. I love the height and the fact that there is a flat surface like a regular sewing cabinet. I did have to cut the opening about an inch longer to accommodate my Janome 6500 and getting the knee lift to fit in properly is a little tricky but it works. It doesn't need an insert so what you see is what you get. I have a small sewing room and it works perfectly.
    Last edited by gardnergal970; 08-08-2012 at 05:22 PM.

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    Junior Member HilaryK8's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by laughingquilter View Post
    I have the gidget 1 - I don't know how "portable" I'd consider it - there are no wheels, etc. so it'd be pretty heavy to haul around. It's sturdy though and works great as a second machine table in my sewing room.
    I have a gidget 1 and it's my only sewing table. It's not portable. I keep it in my sewing room and I absolutely love it. The cutout is the perfect size for my sewing machine and there have been a few times I've been entertaining and need an extra table. I pop up the cutout and it's a table! I love love love it.

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