Saturday, January 30, 2010

Sewing Center

Here is a sewing center I made for my wife for her craft room. It is constructed from solid cherry and cherry plywood. When closed, the cabinet measures 48" wide by 18" deep x 28" high. To open, the longer section of the top flips back to the left and is supported by the left door,  the shorter section flips forward and is supported by the door for the surger . The machine lift is supplied by Rockler. 

6 comments:

  1. It never ceases to amaze me how these sewing stations are practically transformers, exploding and unfolding to amazing sizes! This one looks great.

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  2. Thanks Torch- one thing to keep in mind is the size of the machine that the unit is built for, it will effect some of the dimensions around the top. Do that, then hope she doesn't buy a new machine :)

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  3. It is really quite lovely. I bet she gave you a big hug when it was done!

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  4. Thanks EA, yeah, a big hug and a steak dinner - worth all the work

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  5. That's amazing! I would totally hit you up for one if I had an ounce of sewing ability in me.

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  6. Thanks Megan, you don't have to sew, it would look good sitting there :) Thanks again for stopping by and the comment

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