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Folding Sewing Table

(1 customer review)

$189.59

A combination of compact design and lasting function, this table is both portable and easy to use.

Description

A combination of compact design and lasting function, the Sullivans Folding Sewing Table is both portable and easy to use. This sewing table can be used for free arm sewing projects, flatbed sewing and other crafting projects. No assembly required! It comes completely assembled with sturdy steel legs. Simply unfold the legs and lock in place to use. The smooth laminate surface measures 40″ x 20″ and it stands at 28.5″ tall. The flatbed sewing surface adjusts for various sewing machine makes and models up to 17.5″ long x 7.375″ wide x 4.5″ deep. Easily control the flatbed surface depth using a nut and bolt system. Folds flat for travel or storage and easily fits under a bed or in a closet.

  • No assembly required.
  • Durable, lasting laminate surface is easy-to-clean.
  • Folds flat for easy travel or storage.
  • Useful for any project like sewing, quilting, or crafting.
  • Sewing surface adjusts for various sewing machine makes and models.
  • Additional accessories not included.

TABLE DIMENSIONS

  • Extended: 40″ L x 20″ W x 28.5″ H
  • Closed: 40″ L x 20″ W x 5″ H
  • Shipping Weight: 28 lbs.
  • Shipping Dimensions: 43″ x 22″ x 5″
Each package includes one pre-assembled Folding Sewing Table.

 

Additional information

Weight 28.0 lbs
Dimensions 43.0 × 22.0 × 5.0 in

Safety

This table is not a toy. Do not let children play on, under, or around it. Do not place more than 30 pounds on the table. Never rest a hot iron directly on the surface.

1 review for Folding Sewing Table

  1. Sandy

    I got my table today (7/7/17) I see I’m not the only one who couldn’t figure out how to adjust the height of the sewing machine area. Your answer is to “shorten the bolt”. I’m assuming you mean to tighten or loosen the nut on the screw? It doesn’t seem to make any difference. Do I have to do as one person suggested – take out links in the chain? I think we all need specific instructions. Otherwise, the table is very nice. At first I wasn’t so sure, because the legs didn’t seem to lock in place (very dangerous). But I flipped the table over, and lightly stepped on the bars, and they snapped into place better.

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