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Thread: Sewing Machine Table

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    Super Member margecam52's Avatar
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    Very nice job! Your wife must reallty love this table!
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    Awesome, Awesome job......Happy Dance...
    Do unto others as you would have done unto you.

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    You're a very gifted man and she's a very lucky lady!! The table is beautiful and well built, great job.
    Thank You Lord for answering my prayers, in this I am truely blessed!

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    You did a great job. The table is just beautiful! Your wife is so lucky to have such a talented husband. You are definitely a keeper!

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    Very nice! Are you taking orders? I have the 7700 and would love that.
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    I certainly appreciate all the comments. I wish I could make furniture for a living, but the Army has a few years left for me to get my retirement. Taking four months to build a table would not make it very cost effective either. Feel free to imitate the design or modify it. it's just something I roughed out on a sheet of notebook paper. A real furniture maker could probably churn one out in a week or two.

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    Beautiful table you did a great job

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    Great table, bet she loves it.

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