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    Sew Perfect Table

    Does anyone on here have a Sew Perfect Table? I'd like to find out their opinion on this table.

    Thank you, LindaFRS

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    It looks like a great table. If I needed one I'd buy it.
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    I don't have a SewPerfect. I have the SewEzi table which I really like. I got the portable one and it's easy to fold up if you need to move it. I also got the extension table. I used it to FMQ a large quilt and it was awesome. Reasonably priced and moveable which is important to me since my sewing room is upstairs.
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    I have two of the Sew Perfect Tables, I had one powder coated white on the legs, the other is the grey.
    Both tables have the extensions that drop down. I absolutely love these tables, the stability is great.
    I have two small drawers on one table, and on the smaller table I only have one. The only problem that
    I have had is with the embroidery machine. I have to manually lift the machine out and place on top of the
    table to enable me to use the machine. The table doesn't have a hydraulic lift. That is the only issue that
    I have had. There is plenty of work space and when the table extension is up it is great for quilting on the domestic
    machines. Nice work space. I really like that the bed of the machine is level with the table surface when sewing. Tables can also be adjusted to any height that is comfortable for you. These are not tables that one can easily move around
    by yourself they are quite heavy. I attached an LED light to the left side of the table for extra lighting and that works well for me, however if quilting a quilt I usually have to remove the light in order to move the quilt around.

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    I have two sew perfect tables and they are wonderful. They are height adjustable and extremely stable. they will also make an insert especially for your machine that fits perfectly so that your machine is level with the table surface . I have had my tables for over three years and they are the best tables for the price. I can't say enough good about them.

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    I've had my eye on these for a long time, but they are SOOO expensive. Is there any source for them other than the manufacturer's web site?
    Cathy

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    Those look like really nice tables! And now I will have to see about perhaps adding one to my sewing room! Thanks for posting this.
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    Did the powder coated white table cost more because of the powder coating? Also, can you adjust the height of the table plus the height of the machine drop-down shelf? Are they hard to put together?

    I really appreciate your responses plus the response of "feffertim." It's hard for me to buy something when I've not seen one in person. Thank you both.

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    I thought I replied to your comments, Sabrina, but I don't see it now.

    I'll try again. Did the white powder coated table cost more because it was white? Also was the height of the table itself adjustable, plus the machine shelf adjustable so the machine is level with the top of the table?

    Thank you for your responses. It's hard for me to buy something like this when I have not been able to see and feel one.

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    I attended a retreat where several attendees had them so I finally got to see them up close. When I finally have a larger sewing room I plan to purchase a couple.
    Aurora

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    Quote Originally Posted by cat-on-a-mac View Post
    I've had my eye on these for a long time, but they are SOOO expensive. Is there any source for them other than the manufacturer's web site?
    Have you seen these tables?

    https://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/S29084966/

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    LindaFRS I am sorry I didn't reply earlier, I don't think at the time I purchased my powder coated table
    it was more money, that was several years ago. I was also fortunate that Tony's Sewing Center was located in my
    in my area. The tables are heavy, and yes you can adjust both the table height and the machine insert are adjustable.
    I also have the extension tables, which are optional, on both of my tables and those had to be assembled. I keep my extensions up most of the time and store small items on one corner. The power coat finish is still available. These tables are actually made in Maine. That's why I was so fortunate to avoid shipping costs. The designer of the table was within 10 miles of my home. If you google Sew Perfect Tables it will give a complete description of dimensions and the color options.
    home. How convenient is that.

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    Thank you, Sabrina.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LindaFRS View Post
    Did the powder coated white table cost more because of the powder coating? Also, can you adjust the height of the table plus the height of the machine drop-down shelf? Are they hard to put together?

    I really appreciate your responses plus the response of "feffertim." It's hard for me to buy something when I've not seen one in person. Thank you both.
    Yes you can adjust the height of the drop down shelf.. These are really well made tables and will last a lifetime or more. You will not regret purchasing one (or two)

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    I just looked at the web site, and i didn't realize they had so many models. I've been interested in the "dream" model, because I would like the option of standing while I sew. Does anyone have that one?
    Cathy

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