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  1. Sewing Cabinet

    Here's a shot of the pile of wood that it started out as: One of my first commissions, a custom sewing cabinet. This project was pretty interesting. I think one of the coolest parts of my job is getting to learn about things that I wouldn't normally. To help my design this piece, I learned...
  2. Walnut sewing cabinet

    This is a sewing cabinet that I constructed for my mom, who is an avid and accomplished quilter. It has the usual lift mechanism found in these cabinets to allow the sewing machine to sit at different heights for different operations. The top insert is custom fit to her particular sewing machine...
  3. Wood magazine cherry sewing cabinet - modifications

    Cherry sewing cabinet. I used the plans from wood magazine to build a sewing cabinet for my wife. It uses a kit that includes all hardware including the sew machine lift mechanism. The doors are hinged to support the fold out wing extensions. I changed the drawer and open cube areas to...
  4. Sewing Room Cabinet

    My wife needed a multipurpose cabinet for her sewing room. Her specifications called for bookshelves, drawers, and a worktop to use for cutting out her quilt patterns. All the other furniture in the room is melamine, so that's what we chose. This is my first casework project using melamine, and...
  5. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I have a Ridgid random orbital sander. I've had it quite awhile, and I love it. I always run it wide open, warp speed, full throttle, etc. Seems like thats how you get things done. Lately I've started wondering if I'm missing something. It seems like the folks at Ridgid wouldn't have put...
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