My New Table…


Here is my new sewing table – custom made by Steve Goldsmith. Believe it or not it took longer to make this table than to remodel the back wall of the studio. It is 30″ x 85 1/2″ and is on casters so I can roll it around… although my studio really isn’t big enough to do that much. 


I plan to do the majority of my cutting at the end of the table without the sewing machine. I have cut on surfaces both high and low and, for me, I’ve found I have more power and control of my rotary cutter on a lower surface. Of course, it is harder on the lower back. Everything is a trade-off.

The cabinet doors open to reveal two wide, roll-out shelves. They are just wide enough to hold the three sewing machines that I use the most. I do have a little almost-featherweight still in the closet that just won’t fit here. The 4 narrow drawers hold a lot of  “stuff”. 

You might be wondering about the finish. I like that distressed look and have it on the furniture in this room. It’s a finish that hides a multitude of sins. Pencil marks, cutter knicks, etc., are really hard to spot.

2 thoughts on “My New Table…

  1. It looks great! I love how our sewing machine is lowered, so the feed-dogs are level with your table?! That really makes for a wonderful way to machine quilt.

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  2. It’s too bulky but helpful because you can put your raw clothes in its cabinets. Its color is quite good to match with the color of walls. However its finishing is a great master piece. < HREF="http://www.iwaayconsultant.com" REL="nofollow">Online Marketing Solution<>

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