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Thread: Hubby Modified a table for my Horizon :)

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    Super Member miss_ticky2's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by hisgrace1 View Post
    Janice.....Thank You for posting your picture....I bought a table for my sewing machine last year for $60 off craigslist. I have been wanting an extension table but couldn't find one I liked....I love this little folding table I bought. It is in my sewing room/guest bedroom. After seeing your post I asked my wonderful husband(THAT LOVES FOOTBALL ON THE WEEKENDS) LOL if he could possibly make a sewing like yours with mine. Well I want to post my labor of Love he did for me.....
    So glad my picture was of some help. He's certainly done a lovely job of yours. It certainly makes life easier, doesn't it?
    Blessings from Janice

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    Wow nice job.
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    Can we get these husbands to post some tutorials on how to do this? One question I have is how do you get to your bobbin if it isn't a top loader?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogwood Quilter View Post
    Can we get these husbands to post some tutorials on how to do this? One question I have is how do you get to your bobbin if it isn't a top loader?
    The slot lift us so I can open the bobbin door....Works awesome......

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    Quote Originally Posted by hisgrace1 View Post
    The slot lift us so I can open the bobbin door....Works awesome......
    Yes, I can lift up the infill piece too, although mine is a top loader so don't need it for that. But, I do remove it if I want to use the free arm. Works fine like that.
    Blessings from Janice

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    Quote Originally Posted by miss_ticky2 View Post
    Thank you everyone...and yes, I definitely intend to keep him

    I have been sewing at this table today and it is sooo comfortable. No aches in the shoulders yet and it's such a pleasure to sit there and so much easier to work at. It's the best sewing station I have ever had after all these years
    It is so nice to have a place that is actually made to sew. Your hubby did a wonderful job. My hubby made me one about five years ago and I love it. I would post a picture but right now it is buried. My daughter and her 3 boys have moved home, so I have lost my sewing space.
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    Your hubby did a great job! Lovely.
    Patchwork Crazy!!!

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    Clever! Great craftsmanship!

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    He did a beautiful job.

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    Your table looks like it was made like that. He did a lovely job.

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    Looks great! He did a super job.

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    Wow! He did such a good job. How did he get it to fit so perfectly around the machine?

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