Designed to accommodate both a sewing machine and a serger, 1050 gives you some great options.
When closed, it is compact and will store most sergers and there is a drawer to organize frequently used notions. The shelf the serger sits on attaches to the door for solid support and minimal vibration when using the serger.
You are Responsible to check the Sewing Machine Hole Size
Be sure to measure your sewing machine with all attachments removed. For the best fit, allow 2 extra inches around your machine for the insert to fit well. The extra 2" also allows room for your machine to raise and lower freely with the lift and the sewing machine cords.
The standard sewing machine opening size can be found in the specifications.
Inserts are designed to fit your specific make and model of sewing machine and cabinet and fill gaps around your sewing area*, allowing you to work more efficiently and comfortably. They are made with one of the highest grades of acrylic.
All the inserts are designed based on having the accessory tray removed from the machine. The insert is designed to be perfectly level with the free arm of the machine. If you have a top-loading bobbin this may affect your use.
Occasionally those that are custom cutting the insert will have additional questions about your sewing machine, or the hole that they are fitting, and you will be asked more questions.
To support the weight of the new larger sewing machines, this cabinet has a Lift for your sewing machine table platform. The German-made heavy-duty airlift have three positions for your sewing machine.
- Positioned all the way down, you can close up the sewing machine cabinet completely.
- In the middle position, the arm of your sewing machine is flush with the top of your cabinet for sewing and quilting. This position is meant to be used with a sewing machine insert that fits around the arm of your machine.
- All the way up, the third position allows you to take advantage of your sewing machine free arm and use your embroidery unit.
With three positions you can sew ergonomically and be comfortable as you enjoy sewing for hours.
This cabinet was designed by sewers and folks that embroider and has conveniences built into the design. With your embroidery sewing in mind, there is a space to store your embroidery unit when it is not in use. Embroidery hoop hangers are on the inside of the cabinet door to store all the hoops that came with your machine.
Sylvia Design finishes are made of hardwood melamine which is durable, heat, scuff, scratch, and stain-resistant. The tops and bottoms of the sewing cabinets are 3/4" thick and the upright pieces are 5/8" thick.
Choose from any of the six beautifully rich colors that Sylvia has to offer: Castle Oak, Sunset Cherry, Twilight Linea, Brown Pearwood, White, and White with Oak trim. Every Sylvia cabinet is completely finished front to back, inside and out.
The sewing table is made with two of Sylvia Design components, 810+500.
The cabinet comes completely assembled. All you do is attach the commercial-grade locking casters. The cabinet even comes with a lifetime warranty.
Sylvia Design is currently taking approximately 24 weeks to get their orders ready to ship.
Delivery is to your curbside with a trucking company. The cabinet is secured on a pallet in two boxes and weighs approximately 225 pounds. You will need to be home to receive your cabinet and sign for it.
Width: 95 1/4″
Depth: 19 7/8″
Height: 29 3/4″
Cubby Dimensions for Storing Your Serger:
Width: 14 1/4″
Depth: 16 1/2″
Height: 14 1/4″
Width: 47 3/4″
Depth: 19 7/8″
Height: 30 1/2″
Depth: 12 1/2″