15 Best Sewing Tables

Top 15 Sewing Tables

Sew Ready Comet Sewing ( Desk, 13332, 45.5" W, Black/White)
Product Highlights:
  • overall dimensions: 45.5w x 23.5d x 30h/top dimensions: 36w x 23.5d
  • platform can adjust down to fit sewing machine or keyboard: 23w x 10.75d
  • folding side shelf: 9.5w x 23.5d/lower storage shelf: 31.5w x 11.75d
Sauder Miscellaneous Storage Sewing ( Cinnamon Cherry Finish)
Product Highlights:
  • drop leave provides extra work space for sewing or crafts
  • storage behind roll-open door includes two storage bins and hidden shelf for sewing machine
  • two adjustable shelves behind door
Sew Ready Studio Designs ( With Drawers, 13374, Silver/White)
Product Highlights:
  • overall dimensions- 58.7 x 36 x 30.2 - 39.25 h inches/center top: 10.75w/folding panels: 24.625w
  • adjustable height desk: knobs adjust height in 1.5 increments/easily folds to 12.25 wide
  • two slide-out wire mesh drawers/bottom shelf for storage. weight: 70 pounds. powder coated frame for durability/six casters for mobility
Arrow Gidget I Sewing ( Up For Easy Storage - Black)
Product Highlights:
  • color: black. portable with steel folding legs that lock offering a sturdy base for sewing and crafting. legs easily fold up for easy storage
  • the opening and platform will accommodate sewing machines up to: 17-1/2" wide (left to right), 7-3/8" deep (front to back) and 35 pounds
  • measure your machine and include knobs, plugs, etc. that extend beyond the body of machine
Giantex Folding Sewing Craft ( Apartment Small Spaces (White, 46"x16"x31''))
Product Highlights:
  • 【ample storage room】 with 3 hidden bins and 1 shelf, our folding sewing machine table is a premium storage helper for you to organize your arts and crafts tools and neat your table top and storage shelves. besides, there is one adjustable shelve which can suit your specific needs. the shelves aside makes you easy access to the exact items that you frequently use.
  • 【foldable design to save your space】 our sewing table with storage for your daily sewing can be folded into a cabinet when you do not use it or a craft table instantly when it comes to use. and it also has an amazing space saving without sacrificing its sturdiness. its foldable design makes a good use of your space instead of creating useless room for you. the table is very easy to fold up according to just a few simple steps.
  • 【easy to move with 2 lockable wheels】 there are 5 swivel wheels on our craft tables and you can put this table effortlessly wherever you prefer, in the living room or bedroom. besides, it also equips 2 lockable wheels enabling you to fix the table in the exact place which prevents it sliding from here to there.
Southern Enterprises Eaton Rolling ( 31.5" Wide, White Finish)
Product Highlights:
  • spacious worktop with rotating lockable casters for mobility
  • goes anywhere craft station with universial style
  • overall dimensions measure 31.5 inches wide x 19 inches deep x 29.5 inches high
Sullivans Quilters Design Table ( Design Table White)
Product Highlights:
  • fold out melamine table with 1 in. gridded surface
  • roll-out serger storage shelf
  • high quality locking casters
Sew Ready 13398 Pro ( Desk With 2 Drawers, White)
Product Highlights:
  • overall dimensions: 47. 25" w x 23. 5" d x 30" h
  • 23" wide x 10. 75" deep drop down platform can adjust down to fit sewing machine or keyboard so it can be used as a sewing table or computer desk
  • powder coated steel frame and scratch resistant uv coating on desktop for durability
Arrow 611 Gidget II ( With Wheels And Lift, White Finish)
Product Highlights:
  • gidget ii large opening (23 1/2" x 12"). gidget ii features 2 wheels for easier portability when folded flat.
  • gidget ii is made with denser mdf (medium density fiberboard) and steel locking legs. gidget ii will require a custom made insert for her opening.
  • dimensions open: 40-1/4" wide x 19-3/4" deep (front to back) x 28-1/2" tall. dimensions with legs folded: 40-1/4" wide x 19-3/4" deep (front to back) x 4-1/2" high

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