Turn a Thrift Store Find Into a Sewing Table |
Create a Drop-In Table for Your Machine!
An old table found at a flea market was used to make this drop-in sewing table. It’s easy to adapt the instructions to just about any solid wooden table.
Check thrift stores, garage sales, flea markets and more for a solid, inexpensive wooden table. If you prefer a nice finish, go ahead and paint it whatever color your prefer.
You don’t need to be a woodworker to modify the table but find help if you’re not familiar with power tools. Follow the instructions and make the necessary modifications to fit your table and machine.
The instruction, from The Quilter’s Planner, are clearly written and easily adapted.
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