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Kangaroo Kabinets Kangaroo Aussie Sewing Table by Arrow Teak

Item# 268-ARW021-1-AF | Model# K8605-RTA | Added on June 8, 2012 |
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Kangaroo Kabinets Kangaroo Aussie Sewing Table by Arrow Teak
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Constructed of engineered MDF wood and pressboardAvailable in Teak or White Ash finishesUnfolds into several useable stationsPlenty of room for multiple sewing machines or sergersRolling caddy works in 2 spots and tucks away when doneLift mechanism moves machine into 3 positionsFlip-up quilt leaf extension on back for large projectsMany drawers and trays for all your sewing notionsLocks up in a compact little cabinet when done5-year manufacturer's warrantyFor sewing machines up to 22 1/8W x 11 1/8D inches. About the Kangaroo Aussie Sewing Table by Arrow If you feel like your sewing needs are taking over your space, the Aussie Kangaroo Cabinet by Arrow (formerly by Koala) may be the solution you've been looking for. When fully opened, this cabinet has an amazing 31.5 square feet of sewing space. With the built-in quilt leaf extended and the rolling caddy in use, this cabinet is 99.5-inches wide and 80.5-inches deep. But don't let those measurements scare you. When all the components are tucked away, and the extension leaf is let down, this cabinet is no bigger than a standard dresser or buffet. It's constructed of engineered wood, or MDF, and pressboard to make it lightweight for moving, yet durable enough to last for years and years. The Aussie has so much surface space, it's perfect for quilting or large sewing projects. There's also plenty of room for multiple sewing machines or sergers. The rolling caddy can be used in two different locations, and when you're done, simply ... read more
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