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Tracy's Tables vs. Sew Perfect Sewing Tables
What are the Pros / Cons?
sewfino  Friend of PR
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Date: 7/7/13 3:19 PM

I'm looking for a new sewing table, one in which the machine sits flush with the surface of the table. I'm looking at the Tracy's Tables and Sew Perfect tables right now.

Can anyone recommend either? I need some space for quilting twin-size quilts. Other than that I do mostly garment sewing.

Thanks so much
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Date: 7/19/13 0:28 AM

Sorry no one's responded yet! I don't have either table, but I think both are reported to be well built by people who stand by their product.
The Tracy's tables look nicer - less industrial if you will. But, the Sew Perfect tables are more economical, and from what I've heard, are rock solid. If you live in the midwest, Tracy will usually deliver to you. The Sew Perfect would likely have to be shipped. Tracy will customize for you too.

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Date: 7/19/13 3:02 PM

They do not advertise this but Sew Perfects can be customized
somewhat/ I was thinking of getting one but want to have the quilting table as it is wider, with the opening more to the left/
and deeper 32 inches and the owner said no problem.
Warbler has them and likes them very much.

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Subject: Tracys Tables vs. Sew Perfect Sewing Tables Date: 7/19/13 7:15 PM

I have a sew steady table and really like it a lot. Gives you much more surface to sew on and you can store things under the table.
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Date: 7/26/13 8:19 PM

I purchased a Tracey's table last year and couldn't be happier with it. They are customizable - for example I wanted an extra 6 inches to the left of the needle in my cabinet and they said "no problem" and in fact didn't charge me extra for this. I also added a "flip up" leaf to the left side of the table for additional space for quilting my quilts. They did deliver to my house, but I do live in the Midwest.
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Date: 7/26/13 8:36 PM

I am a happy owner of the very solid Sew Perfect. I have the original with the rear extension.

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