What do you do when you have to fit a whole sewing workshop in your lounge without filling the entire room?
You get clever with the table design!
Having specific areas to do specific jobs is important to maintain any kind of efficiency, but when you have limited space that can be difficult to achieve. With that in mind I designed this table with a few tricks up it's sleeve.
At its most compact it's the same width all the way down its length, but lift the front section up and you have a 5' 6" wide x 6' 8" long cutting table with built in fabric dispensing rack.
Pull out the hidden sliding table from the end and you have a 5' long x 2' wide webbing cutting/belt and keyclip finishing station.
Under the cutting table is further fabric storage spread over two levels.
Under the rest of the table is storage for all my webbing, buckles, velcro, thread etc, also spread over two levels. (more pics to follow)
I'm quite proud of how it all came together, because I nearly turned my head inside out when planning it and ordering the exact tubing lengths and joints required. There was no room for error.
It's thanks to the generosity of those who have already donated to my gofundme campaign that I've been able to get this far. Combined with the sale of tees and hoodies I've been able to order the tops to finish the table too.
They will be here in 2 weeks and I'll be good to start working on prototypes with my old leftover fabrics.
However, I am still a LONG way off my target, and being able to order the specific custom fabrics and hardware I need to bring my new ideas to life.
Any help from those of you who believe Black Rainbow Project is worth backing would be greatly appreciated.
Even just a few pounds makes a difference, so if you want to help, gofundme :)
Thanks in advance!