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Date: 8/24/12 1:43 PM

My new Unique sewing furniture arrive yesterday!!!
When I learn how to post photos I will add them.
In the meantime, here are my tables:

Model 572L

Cutting Table model 278 Mine is the second photo down with four drawers. Both in a medium stain on oak.

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Date: 8/24/12 1:47 PM

I can't wait to see them! How exciting for you!!!

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Date: 8/24/12 1:51 PM

I'm green with envy!

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Date: 8/25/12 3:26 AM

Congrats! Enjoy your new furniture!
Its sew much fun setting up a sewing room! I have been doing this as well - am pretty much finished, still have a great thread cabinet coming, then will be done.

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Date: 8/25/12 8:04 AM

Wow, love them!!! Lucky you!!!

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Date: 8/25/12 8:10 AM

Pretty pretty! And very reasonable, given that they are hand made and are of all wood instead of composite, and the freight is included. I'd rather buy one of those than a Horn cabinet.

Did you look at the She Caves page? Really great sewing rooms there. I'd much prefer to call them Boudoirs, rather than a She Cave. (Women don't live in caves...but men do)

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Date: 8/25/12 8:24 AM

she caves left me drooling.

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Date: 8/25/12 8:39 AM

Yes, originally I was going to purchase a Horn from my Bernina dealer. Fortunately I asked for opinions from here first!
I found out that the Horns are not as well built (and they actually cost about the same). These are reallly nice...the drawers are to-die-for....slide like butter and they're beautifully finished inside and out.
Now I just have to do my homework and learn how to post my pictures.
BTW, I paid a good bit less than MSRP.
-- Edited on 8/25/12 8:42 AM --

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Date: 8/25/12 8:41 AM

Yes, originally I was going to purchase a Horn from my Bernina dealer. Fortunately I asked for opinions from here first!
I found out that the Horns are not as well built (and they actually cost about the same). These are reallly nice...the drawers are to-die-for....slide like butter and they're beautifully finished inside and out.
Now I just have to do my homework and learn how to post my pictures.
BTW, I paid a good bit less than MSRP.
Sewing table
Cutting table

My photography skills are sorely lacking. Hopefully my next attempt will be improved.
-- Edited on 8/25/12 2:27 PM --

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Date: 8/25/12 2:23 PM

Very nice! Can't wait to see your setup.

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