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Thread: New Cutting Table from Joanns

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    I got this from Joann's during the Turkey Weekend Shopping Extravaganza! I went back on Saturday when Sanity prevailed and purchased at 50% off retail.

    I love it, my back no longer hurts or my neck. It also has storage, as well as a bin for scraps and a pressing board.
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    That looks great, I would love one of them.
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    Super Member DA Mayer's Avatar
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    Now I wish I had gone to there, I was thinking about getting one of those.

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    I love it!! Makes my 20 yr old cutting table look really out of date -- LOL

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    I got one like that about 5 months ago at Joanns...they didn't have the ones with the storage ..wow.wish they did. love yours!!

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    I also have a cutting table from Joanns but mine doesn't have the storage. I wish that it did but I really love mine. It sure saves on the back when cutting.

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    Love your new cutting table. Mine did not have storage either--and then my daughter "borrowed" it--so now I guess it is hers :lol:

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    Great looking table.

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    I bet you love it! I almost got one on sale a couple of years ago. I still want one. Good for you.

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    Nice table. Better than what I have but then I need to be thankful for what I have. lol

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    I've been considering getting one of those for awhile, but wasn't sure I have room in my sewing room, so I'm still cutting on my kitchen table! Does it fold up smaller when you're not using it? (Are you EVER not using it???)

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    May I borrow it on your down time? Love it!

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    REally nice and good for the ol back bone.

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    That's a nice one! Enjoy!

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    Love it. That one is better than mine.

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    It's not been closed up yet! LOL

    It folds up to 23" wide and 36 long and has wheels. One side of it is for sewing on but I'd have to stand up so it won't be used that way.

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    That is such a neat one. Mine does not have storage and I sure wish it did. Lucky you :!:

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    congrats... it looks awesome

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    Oh how I would love to have one! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: Congrats!!!!

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    My mom got me one of those for Christmas and for some reason she won't let me have it early...LOL.

    Glad to see what I can look forward to. Hard to really see the full effect on the box and they didn't have one set up in our store.

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    Lots and Lots of Screws to put in, I'd highly recommend one of those screwdrivers that are automatic! DH's tool was at his work site, so it was done with my tools, which took longer. I was his helper, he was in charge of course.

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    Without a doubt I will be the one putting it together. DH has no patience for that, so just give me the cordless drill and leave me alone, LOL... After all, we all know who reads directions and who doesn't...

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    Who is the manufacturer of the table. That is great looking?

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    How great!

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    Isn't that the truth! My DH actually read these instructions, I think after 23 years of being badgered by me he's finally giving in and reading instructions!..........LOL

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