Sewing Machine Cabinet Plan
This Sewing Center folds out to provide a spacious work surface and plentiful storage, but when it's not needed, it closes up neatly into a beautiful free-standing cabinet. From the finger-jointed drawers to the mitered door moldings, you'll find much to challenge you in this project. Chosen from among the most popular plans in the Woodworker's Journal, this selection includes plenty of full-color photographs and illustrations, and step-by-step instructions from the author.
Author Rick White, is a long-time woodworker and contributing editor to the Woodworker's Journal.
(1) Set of Step-by-step Instructions
(1) Set of Elevation drawings
(1) Complete Materials List
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When a person sews, they normally center on the needle of the sewing machine not the center of the machine. The needle for the sewing machine is too close to the left side. This puts the person using the sewing machine in an uncomfortable position when trying to use the sewing machine.
The design requires a larger opening where the needle is near the center of the opening.