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Thread: extension table

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    I made this table from 3/4 in insulation boards. Can't take credit I seem it on u-tube. I covered the boards with warm and naural them muslin. I buy muslin by the bolts so have lots. Then covered with heavy clear table cloth fabric from walmart. I had some pictures I put under cover. It is just the right higth for quilting. I cut out for the machine and just set the machine in the hole. I was using it this a.m. and I am so proud of hoe it turned out. And the best part I made it all by myself. There is a cut out so you can chabge the bobbin. I found the gloves at office depot. Cut out the thumb and for finger. Thanks for looking.

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    opening for lamp.
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    Great job

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    Nice. It feels great when we can do something like this on our own without spending a arm and a leg. Great job.

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    U did a great job!!!

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    I have seen the tutorial on YouTube, but I think your pictures are better. What a great job you did. Looks like you'll be having more fun.

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    I saw this on youtube also, I would like to make one also.
    You did such a great job on yours.
    Thanks for sharing.

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    You did an awesome job on this :D:D:D

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    Great job!

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    Great job. You are a real DIYer!! :thumbup:

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    So neat.

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    cool idea, love your extension table, what size did you make it?

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    The size of the table is 48 X 30.

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    i've been using that table set up for years now and love it!

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    Wonderful job! Clapping for you!!!!!

    Kat

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    You did a great job!! Good for you!!

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    Wow a custom job......

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    You did a great job and saved lots of money I am sure! :-D

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    Very simply said, looks like many here on the board will try this out! Thanks

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