|Modified sewing table|
|Underneath the table|
This involved removing the existing sewing machine and swing-up hinges, cutting the top of the table to fit the base of the client's machine, and fitting a supporting shelf.
|Shelf being cut from Baltic Birch Plywood|
The depth of the sewing machine base was measured and a shelf cut from Baltic birch plywood to fit under the table.
The base of the client's sewing machine was wider than the top, leaving a gap behind the machine when it had been lowered onto the shelf.
|Carved oak spacer in place behind the sewing machine|
To stop fabric being caught in this gap I made an oak spacer with a carved handle to slip into the slot behind the machine.