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Date: 6/15/14 2:47 PM

I'm hoping for something sturdy and not over $200.... anything out there at all fit this machine? THANKS!

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Date: 6/15/14 3:16 PM

The Sew Perfect table is a bit more but worth the money.

You can get an industrial table bottom and put a flat panel door on top. Here's the K-leg version.

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Date: 6/16/14 11:19 AM

Thank you!

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Date: 6/16/14 11:38 AM

The giget worked fine for my 1600p.
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Date: 6/16/14 11:42 AM

Sorry for misspell it is Gidget! At your budget too and on Amazon.
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Date: 6/16/14 1:49 PM

I have a Gidget table but did not suggest it. Mine shakes. For others, it does not. It might depend on the machine, the flooring and alignment of the stars. True, it's a great price but you may want to read reviews at Amazon here and here.

The Origami RSW-02 Sewing/Craft Table looks like an attractive, sturdy option.

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Date: 6/16/14 3:11 PM

I have a Sew Ezi for myself when I go to workshops or church as b
I have 2 desks with wells that I use for 2 of my machines. If I need another set up I will use the sew Ezi. I have used it on carpet, tile and cork with out vibrating. I have had several different machines in it and each one requires a $50 insert. It has a case and wheels and and 2 handles. It lives behind my sewing room door. Can't remember what I paid for it but I like it a lot.

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Date: 6/16/14 5:55 PM

Would a student desk work well so that my arms aren't hurting with the tall height or would that be too small? :O)

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Date: 6/16/14 7:31 PM

I borrowed this desk from my son for awhile and loved how sturdy it was. It had a large keyboard tray that I stored all of my most-used tools, plus a small drawer for additional items. I put a layer of that bumpy drawer liner on it to keep items in place. I was thinking of cutting a couple of inches off the legs and getting another one to put opposite to make a larger surface but he took it when he moved.


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Date: 6/17/14 0:39 AM

If you don’t need a fancy looking sewing table and you and/or your DH are handy with tools,you can build your own sturdy table using this base for 60 dollars and modify it to your needs,the pedal can be unbolted.Different widths and lengths,prefinished 3/4" T x 24" W x 48" L size wood or laminated boards are available at home building stores,even with rounded edges,starting at 20 and up dollars.(I like the rounded edges on the sewing machine extension tables DH made for my sewing machines).Or you can buy a finished sturdy sewing table like this table,starting at $249.

I think a sewing table has to be very stable and level,or sewing machines can vibrate.I like a larger area to the left of my “go to” sewing machines than the Gidget sewing table has.

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