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Thread: ?? re: sewing machine cabinets

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    Super Member NancyG's Avatar
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    Has anyone purchased a sewing machine cabinet from Schrocks of Walnut Creek, OH? This is actually a cabinet shop that has a website and looks pretty impressive. Since I live so far away and can't view their showroom personally, I was wondering if anyone has dealt with them and what their quality and customer service is like? Thanks for any input you can give me.

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    No, I have not, but if they are Amish made, you can be assurde they are quality made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wvdek
    No, I have not, but if they are Amish made, you can be assurde they are quality made.
    Thanks - yes, they are Amish made.

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    I have been to Schrocks in Walnut Creek. You will not find a better made cabinet. They are so maticulous with there work. I am sure you would absolutly love the workmanship and I am sure the customer service would be every bit as good as the cabinet is. Go for it!!!

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    I have a Horn Sewing Cabinet, and I am giving to my Mum do to space - she has lots, I have none! Mine has some veneer in it, which the Schrocks dont seem to have, but mine has piano hinges, which strengthen it. http://www.horn.com.au/
    I think they are marketed in the US as Koala? or Kangaroo? cabinets. Also, when I have my overlocker(serger) out, there is no wobbly bits, like on the one you are looking at.
    They are nice looking, and look solid wood, but that would worry me.
    Cheers
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    Beautiful-go for it!

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