While cruising through my local Habitat Restore I stumbled upon this pile:
What does it look like to you? I adore the green color. Who knew I’d fall in love with GREEN cabinets, eh? Plus, they were $10 each!
Of course they had to follow me back to the shop. Where they were bolted together and put on casters. I also got a $4 solid core door from Habitat too. (Ignore the messy machines in the background. I’m setting up the APQS playground and getting everything ready for the Grand Opening of the APQS Showroom in Louisville)
Finally my AccuQuilt Studio Cutter is now perched on top and ready for some happy quilters! If you’ve ever used an AccuQuilt Go! cutter you’ll know it takes a little “oomph” to crank through a large amount of fabric. This cutter, the AccuQuilt Studio, is professional grade. It is what shops use to make jelly rolls for sale. It will cut through 20 layers of fabric without much effort from you at all.
I have other sewing furniture items that I’ve made myself. You might like to see my BIG ironing board station complete with storage.
Or, check out the table I made for my sewing machine from an old kitchen table.
Or, check out the cutting table made from an old ping pong table that has peg board storage for my rulers.
Are you looking for instructions on how to make your own design wall? Check out my tutorial here!