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This plan from Wood magazine, along with Rockler's special value lift mechanism and hardware kit, can help you build a beautiful, highly functional sewing center! The detailed plan gives instructions on how to build a sewing cabinet featuring extension tops that fold out in two directions to double your work surface, multiple storage drawers and a special serger compartment. (Sewing Center Hardware Kit and Lift Mechanism sold separately.)Recommended Products to use with Plan (sold separately): #38647 - Sewing Center Hardware Kit: This kit contains necessary hardware to build the Deluxe Sewing Center (wood not included). Includes brass sewing machine hinges, twin ball catches, cherry shaker knobs, table pins, and brass piano hinges. #33100 - Sewing Machine Lift Mechanism: Designed to lift and lower a sewing machine. Mounts to underside of table top and back of cabinet. Release and latch mechanism lock the sewing machine height at different levels which may be adjusted. Mechanism can be adjusted to fit most free arm sewing machines.
Hand-sewing may be a skill that's largely forgotten these days, but the Shakers did it on a daily basis; the use of electric sewing machines was against their religious principles. Consequently, furniture intended to make sewing easier came in many forms, including this sewing stand. It provides a good chance to spend some time at the lathe.
Great for sewing machine tables and drop front desks. Made of highest quality solid extruded brass. These hinges have twin pin joints with steel pins and recessed knuckles on the top for a perfectly flat surface. Solid extruded brass with a polished finish.
This kit contains necessary hardware to build the Deluxe Sewing Center (wood not included). Includes brass sewing machine hinges, twin ball catches, cherry shaker knobs, table pins, and brass piano hinges.
With this Sewing Machine Lift Mechanism, your sewing machine can emerge from within the table then simply retract, concealing within the table again when not in use. A latch securely locks the mechanism in place to create a steady platform that is adjustable to your choice of two different working heights. The airlift mechanism mounts to the underside of your table top and the back of the cabinet. Mechanism is designed to lift and lower a sewing machine up to 30-35 lbs. in weight. Mechanism can be adjusted to fit most free arm sewing machines. Note: Sewing cabinet is NOT included.
This Sewing Center folds out to provide a spacious work surface and plentiful storage, but when it's not needed, it closes up neatly into a beautiful free-standing cabinet. From the finger-jointed drawers to the mitered door moldings, you'll find much to challenge you in this project. Chosen from among the most popular plans in the Woodworker's Journal, this selection includes plenty of full-color photographs and illustrations, and step-by-step instructions from the author. Author Rick White, is a long-time woodworker and contributing editor to the Woodworker's Journal.
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