|02-16-2013 09:20 PM|
Thank you, I think it turned out pretty nice. I started out with a solid core door that turned out to be press board but I went with it anyway. The Quietsew will be my next purchase after a couple easy jobs.
The clutch is'nt to bad when you get on the short adjustment hole but if you sneeze it can get away from you.
Have fun with it. I think it's a blast.
|02-16-2013 06:26 PM|
|51 Super||Looks like a cool set up,I like the extra room on the table , I just got my consew 226 in late December & I cant wait to replace that old clutch motor for the quietsew 5000 ,|
|02-16-2013 04:30 PM|
|AFX||No, I left when I was young and went back when I was 19 for a while. It was Yapank at that time.|
|02-16-2013 03:59 PM|
Wasn't far from there, how about that! I'm from Middle Island used to hang in Ridge and Yapank a-lot.
God I can't seem to get away from you people! You go to Longwood?
|02-16-2013 03:10 PM|
Hey thanks. Got a few projects in the works, a boat, some chairs, and bar captains chairs in prep for a 57 chev pick up to get my work noticed.
I come from Long Island also. Yousto be called Shirley, now I think it's Middle Morriches.
|02-16-2013 02:19 PM|
Looks Great! My wife's a seamstress so sewing machines are a part of life!
I can't wait to show her the cover you made....
Been trying to convince her to do upholstery. Table looks pretty sweet too! Good luck with it!
|02-16-2013 11:40 AM|
Finished my Industrial sewing table
So to anyone who would be interested, heres my sewing table and cover I made for my machine. And a shot of my 63 wagon ready for 2nd round of blocking.
Sorry to take up space on the thread, but i'm exited to be trimming.