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Folding Cardboard cutting table

RetiredNancy | Posted in Equipment and Supplies on

I purchased a folding cardboard cutting table from SewFit Products a year or so ago and have not used it for some time.  Now I have a project and cannot figure out how to put to together.  Can someone out there help me.  I would really appreciate your assistance.

Thanks,

RetiredNancy

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  1. RetiredNancy | | #1

    After 2 hours of staring at the table, I finally figured out how to put it together.  This time I wrote the instructions on the table itself so I wouldn't have to endure the torture of trying to figure this out again.  Whatever happened to the instructions, I do not know.  Anyway, I looked on the website for SewFit Products and could not find this table.  It was really cheap (around $60) and folds down to be stored under a bed or behind my sewing machine cabinet.

     

    1. MaryAnn | | #2

      Sew Fit is no longer making these tables.  Quilter's Rule picked them up and had them on their web site, however, I recently heard from Pati Palmer the tables are being discontinued.

       

      1. RetiredNancy | | #5

        I heard from Quilters Rule with the instructions, however, they did not mention that the tables were being discontinued. That is too bad since I prefer this over the one that Joann's has for about $99.00 because this one folds flat and can go behind my sewing cabinet or in between the mattresses on my trundle bed.

         

        Thanks for the info.

        Nancy

  2. firefly52475 | | #3

    It's really easy. Just put the table top face down on the floor. The piece that hang off the ends fold in to make triangles that butt up against each other at the top. The legs fit right into the grooves in the triangles - just open them up slightly and slide them in. Then just flip the whole table over and there you go!!

    I hope this helps - it's hard to describe in words, but once you get it, it's really easy!

     

     

    1. RetiredNancy | | #4

      Thanks so much for responding to my urgent request.  Quilter's Rule also responded, but did not mention that the tables were being discontinued which I heard from another respondant.  Too bad, they were cheap and really handy.  I just closed it up and put it behind my sewing cabinet.  didn't take up any space at all.

      Thanks, again.

      Nancy

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