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Folding Sewing Table - 12889

This sewing table can be used for free arm sewing projects, flatbed sewing and other projects. The Folding Sewing Table comes COMPLETELY ASSEMBLED with a smooth laminate surface and sturdy steel legs. Flatbed sewing surface adjusts for various sewing machine makes and models and holds sewing machines up to 17.5" L x 7.375" W x 4.5" D. Folds flat for easy storage and can fit under a bed or in a closet. One pre-assembled Folding Sewing Table included in box.


EXTENDED: 40" L x 20" W x 28.5" H

FOLDED: 40" L x 20" W x 6" H

WEIGHT: 25 lbs

43" x 22" x 5" | 28 lbs.

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jeanne commented on 04-Feb-2014 09:25 AM3 out of 5 stars
I purchased your table, model 12889, yesterday. It came with now user guide or instructions. Please tell what the purpose of the I-bolt on the chain that is fastened to the underside of the table. Also, the box says the sewing surface adjusts to various depths. How is it secured?
Anonymous commented on 10-Feb-2014 10:01 AM3 out of 5 stars
Hello Ms Jeanne,
The I- bolt and chain is the fine height adjustment for the table drop. By shortening the bolt you can raise the drop height.
Please let us know if we can assit you in any way.
Sullivans USA
Sharon Rogers commented on 01-Mar-2014 01:02 PM3 out of 5 stars
I also recently purchased this table on 2/21/14 and just around to setting it up. I see that the I bolt has to be shortened to adjust the sewing depth. How do I shorten the bolt??
Joyce Doege commented on 22-Mar-2014 12:29 PM3 out of 5 stars
I purchased this table yesterday. Please be more specific as to how the I-bolt works. Perhaps an illustration could be posted? A picture is worth a thousand words!! Thank you.
Anonymous commented on 27-Jan-2016 06:02 PM3 out of 5 stars
Ladies: I think I figured out the i-bolt dilemma. Shorten the chain. Unscrew the chain from the machine platform. Move to another link, reattach, the adgust the i-bolt.
Lynn Ford commented on 15-May-2016 05:34 PM3 out of 5 stars
The bolt thing does' nt make since. We are sewers not carpenters.
It would have been nice to know the answer to these questions.
Kaye Cossette commented on 16-Jul-2018 12:46 PM1 out of 5 stars
I just opened my table and it will not lock into place.
Burma K. Barnes commented on 13-Jan-2019 08:47 PM3 out of 5 stars
We too have been struggling with setting the drop portion of the table to the correct height for my machine. We are planning to loosen the hex nut and move the chain to another link. There is no way the I-bolt will adjust the drop shelf high enough. Do you have any pictures of how this works?? Many thanks for any help you can provide.