Arrow 300 sewing table
You like? Too expensive? ?? Your thoughts....please...thx!
Seems like a lot of money for something that is not real wood,and the lifts are plastic.Also make sure when looking that your machine will fit the openings.JMO
I think think that's a really good price. I bought one a few years back that wasn't quite as big, and did not have the hydraulic lift for around $450. I've been very happy with it. When I bought mine, I gave them the model of machine I'd be using in it and the plastic opening was made to fit. Not knowing anyone who could make me a custom built one, this was the way to go.
Also, it's a lot nicer than my old set up, where I had my machine sitting on top of my old Singer cabinet--a lot easier on my back.
There are better sewing machine tables. Stay away from the ones that have plastic parts.sewing machine tables
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My daughters bought me one from Joann Fabrics for Christmas last year. It is actually a quilters table. I really like it. It was on sale for $99.00 plus free shipping at the time. It has a grid top and an extra extention that you cann fold out. Plus it has a table that you can Flip up for a nice cutting table. On the one side it has a draw and a door with 2 shelves. It can be closed up like a cabinet to hide all away. I really like it...
The one from Joanns that I have is item # 1848746. It is called Sew Essential Quilter's Design Table. It is pictured on their website. They run it on sale often.
I didn't know you can advertize on this site.
would love to see one of these cabinets in person, where are they made ar?? thanks for the help.
One thing I would say about rather lightweight sewing tables is that when you sew at fast speeds or do zigzagging the tables tend to vibrate badly. Just saying.......