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Sewing Machine Tables

Ramc | Posted in Equipment and Supplies on

 I saw in Threads, I think in the tools section, a short recommendation for a portable folding sewing machine table with wheels on one end, and a red case. It might also have the option of a drop down section to set your machine into.

I cannot find an ad, a website, anything that seems similar. And, of course, I cannot find the magazine that I saw this in. I’ve been going through back magazines recently, so it may have been any issue in the past 7 or 8 years, but I think it was more recent than that.

Does anyone have a table like this? Remember it? Know which article it was in? I cannot tell from Threads Index which it may have been. I need a table that can be easily put away in a small apartment.

thank you again!



  1. Jumala | | #1


    I remember seeing the thing in the magazine mentioned. I have seen the ad for the table in recent months. Just keep searching. I believe it is a few hundred $ for it on their website. Don't have the website handy or the mag issue handy here at work. Sorry.


  2. MerryGoose | | #2

    I think the name of the company is Sewbiz ... or something like that the table was at the ASG Convention yesterday...check the website you might find it there...it is about $269 ... or some where around that price...good luck!

  3. SewDad | | #3

    I believe the company you want is SewEzi. They have a web site. I'm interested in this too, since I'm in housing that is too temporary to build out a sewing space more permanently. This looks better than the dining room table and sharing with meal space...

    Does anyone have any experience with these? Can you tell me if the product is sturdy?


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