The day has been drizzly, so I took this as an opportunity to start rearranging my studio.
My plan is to get another sewing machine in here.
I have converted my computer desk and hutch to accommodate both office and partial sewing.
I now have three of the six hutch shelves cleared for sewing things.
My thread is now enclosed in a three drawer plastic shelf unit that fits nicely in the hutch.
My cutting table has been cleared of all the extra shelving units I had on the end.
I have a portable table that is holding my small television and some sewing canvas units.
Two storage units holding more sewing notions and things fit under this table.
I am thinking I can use this table for a second sewing machine.
Will this table be suitable to hold a sewing machine?
This is the table in question. It has steel legs and a plastic top. I read the question section where a person had asked if it could be used as a sewing table.
The response given was that it had been used successfully as a wood working table.
I looked at some small sewing tables online, and there was a video demonstration of a sewing table that was made with steel legs and had a melamine top. There was a glass of water placed on the table to show that the table could withstand the movement of the sewing machine. The water was moving, so there is some vibration; but the glass was not moving. I tried the machine on my table, and I got the same results as on the video of the sewing table.
Do all sewing tables have some vibration?
I have my sewing machine on a wooden desk table.
I have never noticed any vibration while sewing on this table.
I can’t decide if a purchase of a table made for sewing is necessary.
I am just thinking out loud.
Any thoughts or comments are appreciated.