I think this is what she’s referring to: AmazonBasics 4 Cube Grid Wire Storage Shelves, Black https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B0735CKD6R/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_ZMRYZQRE4DYNKVECKYCK?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I use Comic/Magazine boards. My fabric is either like 5 yards, or .5 yard and these work for all of them. If you check the reviews, most of them are being used for fabric organization lol
I keep mine stacked in a drawer, but if you fold them neatly you could probably place them side-by-side on a bookshelf.
Would something like this work? Doesn’t look like amazon still has the set my mom originally got for me, but I can cram an insane amount of stuff in my set.
Luova 19" 3 Piece Rolling Sewing Machine Trolley Set LINK in Black
I had this chair for the my sewing craft room and computer desk area. I really liked it and the nice thing about it is the arms raise which I found to be great!
I have a Singer Quantum Stylist and overall it was pretty nice. It had all the bells and whistles like different kinds of stitches, auto threading, built in scissors, and all different feet came with it, but it couldn’t handle the thicker materials when I started quilting. I’m pretty sure it got miss aligned and it needs to be serviced. Before I messed it up, it was really good and I even got it on sale around Black Friday.
What kind of fabric and work is she doing? If it’s really heavy duty, you might want to check craigslist for an old industrial sewing machine. They’re not fancy but they’ll be much more powerful. I think unless you step up into the more expensive machines, the modern ones don’t handle heavy duty work as well.
Thanks, I have two mannequins, the one on a picture I got it from Amazon, it's adjustable to fit many sizes , Amazon , I think Amazon should have male and female forms,
Yea it's hard to find clothes that fit like gloves,
Amazon. I found it very easy to put together. Using a power screwdriver made assembly easier.
I was surprised to read some of the negative comments since I found it a good table for the money.
My husband put one of these in a flexible neck floor lamp, he said it's the brightest thing he could find to fit in a conventional bulb socket. Amazon link