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Arrow Bertha Sewing Table

Item# 268-ARW017-1-AF | Model# 700 | Added on June 30, 2012 |
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Arrow Bertha Sewing Table
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Designed for large sewing and embroidery machinesDurable and sturdy wood composite constructionAir-lift mechanism adjusts for free-arm, flatbed, & storage2 doors with 8 storage trays for accessoriesSliding quilt leaf included on back of cabinetFront cut-out allows for machine knee liftersRolling casters for easy mobility3-year manufacturer's warranty. Spacious, sturdy, and efficiently designed, the Arrow Bertha Sewing Table can handle large sewing and embroidery machines. The airlift mechanism can hold a 45-pound machine and move it up and down effortlessly into three positions: free-arm, flatbed, and storage. The included quilt leaf increases your workspace behind the unit and prevents fragile quilts from falling on the floor as you pass them through the machine. This supportive leaf slides along a metal rod behind the cabinet for custom positioning to the left of your machine. The two doors on the Bertha cabinet have a total of eight storage trays for thread, pins, scraps, and other sewing accessories. A wide cut-out in the front allows for machine knee lifters to be used comfortably. Built from durable wood composite with a laminate veneer, this cabinet is strong enough to last a lifetime. The beautiful oak finish and stylish cabinet doors allow this piece to double as a side table in your living room or a dresser top in your bedroom. This cabinet will accommodate sewing machines no larger than: 11 3/4 inches front to back 22 9/16 inches wide 13 1/8 inches tall Cabinet ... read more
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