Saturday, October 2, 2010

Sewezi Table

I have had several people e-mail me and ask about the portable table I use when I travel.
It's called the Sewezi Table and it's definitely one of my most favorite sewing accessories.

For me, this table lives up to the claims on their web site.
My #1 concern was wondering if it was sturdy.
Answer: yes.
I no longer use card tables that bounce every time my foot hits the pedal.
My #2 concern was if the table would be easy to transport.
For me, the answer is again: yes.
The Sewezi Table weighs 23 lbs, folds up easily and fits nicely into a nylon carrying case.

There are rubber wheels on the bottom and hand grips on the top if you choose to wheel the table to your destination.

With each purchase they send a custom cut acrylic insert that will match your machine. If you have more than one machine, additional inserts can be ordered.
I received mine as a birthday present from Mr. Cactus, so I didn't fuss about the cost.
If you are pinching pennies, you might want to see if you can pick up a floor model at a vendor show. Or use an Internet search.
I often take my Sewezi table to classes or retreats where there is limited space. I then use the table spot provided for my cutting station.
In case you are wondering, I have no connection or stock with the Sewezi company. I just like their product.

9 comments:

Becky said...

Oh that table is awesome. I'm going to keep that in mind for trips and having extra sewing machines to setup in my house. Thanks for sharing.

Darlene said...

I had a Sewezi and LOVED it (miss it, too). I agree with everything you said about it. Perfect for retreats and such!

karenfae said...

I have had my sew ezi table for about 3 or 4 years now and I love it too - I have had no trouble with mine. Well I take that back only problem with mine was height - I am tall and like my table to sit up a little higher. My husband fixed that with some pvc pipes and some bolts - inserted the legs into them with the bolts tighten and it lifts it up about two inches. You have to take the extensions off the legs when folding it up but only takes a couple extra minutes when you set back up.
Karen
http://karensquilting.com/blog/

Mary Grace McNamara said...

That looks like a great table for on-the-go sewing! If I ever get into activities where I have to bring my machine along, I will definitely look into this product! I'm used to having my machine mounted into my sewing table, not perched up on top of a table, so this would be perfect!

MGM

Cathy said...

What a fabulous table Nedra, I have never seen these before, they look fabulous for taking on holidays! xo

Notjustnat said...

It looks great and I'm glad to hear that it lives up to your expectable. It looks very neat too - Hugs Nat

Caro said...

Thanks for your opinion of the table. I have priced it and it's not cheap. I'm thinking of asking for one for Christmas.

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

What a great idea. I always hate hitching my machine to something undesirable!

belinda said...

Oh yes...yes, I have looked at these and would really like to have
one!!