12 Best Sewing Machine Cabinets
Updated on: May 2023
Best Sewing Machine Cabinets in 2023
Sauder Miscellaneous Storage Sewing Craft Cart, Cinnamon Cherry finish
Arrow Judy Sewing Machine Cabinet in Teak
Arrow 901 Auntie Sewing, Cutting, Quilting, and Crafting Portable Sewing Table with Wheels and Airlift, White Finish
- Needs Assembly
- Has wheels to easily move if needed. Opening dimensions: 12-9/16" deep x 18-7/8" wide x 13-1/8" tall
- Open dimensions: 63-3/4" wide x 19-3/4" deep x 30-1/2" tall
- Closed dimensions: 32-1/2" wide x 19-3/4" deep x 31" tall
- Components: Back Brace and Drawer Bottoms
Arrow 701 Bertha Sewing Cabinet for Sewing, Cutting, Quilting, Crafting, Portable with Wheels, Includes Airlift and Storage, White Finish
- Air Lift Mechanism: The Bertha has an easy to use airlift mechanism that raises and lowers your sewing machine with just a simple push. You can position the base of your machine flush with the table top in freearm position (useful for working on sleeves and cuffs) or you can push it down slightly into flatbed position so that that the sewing bed is flush with the surface. The airlift mechanism can fully adjust to any type of sewing machine base height so you can be sure your fabric will be perfectly level. With one push downwards you can store your sewing machine all the way out of sight.
- Large Machines: The Bertha is designed to hold the largest of machines and the airlift mechanism can handle a 60 pound machine. The opening will accommodate sewing machines up to 22 9/16 inches (wide) x 11 3/4 inches front to back (deep) x 14 1/2 inches (tall.) The Bertha will fit the new Bernina 830 Viking Sapphire and Babylock Ellisimo.
- Generous Surface Area: When the leaves are in the open position the table top features a vast expanse of surface area to either side of your chair. You sit comfortably in the center right in front of the needle. Meanwhile the leaves rest on sturdy supports so you do not need to fear that they will bow or crack the second you put anything heavier than a spool of thread on top.
- Quilt Leaf: Included with the Bertha is the space expanding quilt leaf. This will increase your surface area even more by adding a table top behind your machine. The leaf attaches to the back of the cabinet by sliding along a metal rod. The rod allows you to position the leaf exactly where your want it. (Generally a little to the left of your machine.) Once your leaf is attached fragile quilts and other materials won't fall to the floor as you sew.
Arrow 501 Sewnatra Sewing Cabinet for Sewing, Cutting, Quilting, Crafting, with Storage and Airlift, Portable with Wheels, White Finish
- Assembly required
- Caster wheels for easy movement
- Open dimensions: 68-7/16" wide x 19-5/8" deep x 30-1/2" tall
- Closed dimensions: 23-3/4" wide x 19-5/8" deep x 31" tall
- Accommodates sewing machines no larger than: 12 9/16" front to back 18 7/8" wide 13 1/8" tall
South Shore Crea Craft Table on Wheels with Sliding Shelf, Storage Drawers and Scratchproof Surface, Pure White
- PERFECT WORKING SURFACE: Featuring scratch proof and water resistant properties, this craft table allows you to work on all projects on its sturdy surface.
- EASY TO MANEUVER: Resting on 4 wheels, this table is easy to move where you need to station it, making for a versatile craft room.
- VAST STORAGE OPTIONS: Offering a spacious top surface area, 1 sliding shelf with removable dowels, 3 drawers and 1 large sliding shelf, this table is perfect for crafting or sewing.
- ECO-FRIENDLY: Made in North America with non-toxic laminated particleboard, this piece of furniture meets or exceeds all North American safety standards.
- 5-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY: Shop with confidence knowing that we proudly stand behind our products with a full 5-year limited warranty. Please note that assembly is required.
Sullivans Quilter's Design Table White
- Fold out melamine table with 1 in. gridded surface
- Roll-out serger storage shelf
- High quality locking casters
- Open dimensions 47L x 35. 5W x 29. 75H in.
- Closed dimensions 47L x 16. 5W x 29. 75H in.
Arrow 352 Norma Jean Sewing Cabinet for Sturdy Sewing, Cutting, Quilting, and Crafting with Storage and Airlift, Cherry Finish
- Your Suzi Storage cabinet has a durable design with composite construction and a vinyl laminate in colors to match every cabinet.
- Top Drawer Dimensions: 11-1/2" wide x 13" deep x 4-1/4" tall
- Bottom Drawers Dimensions: 11-1/2" wide x 13" deep x 5-1/2" tall
- Construction: Vinyl laminate/Composite
Sewing / Craft Center - Folding Table
Arrow K8205 Bandicoot II Kangaroo Sewing, Cutting, Quilting, Crafting Cabinet with Sturdy Table Workspace and Storage, Portable with Wheels, Teak Finish
- Dimensions Open: 61-1/16" wide x 17-3/8" deep x 29-3/16" tall. Dimensions Closed: 30-3/4" wide x 17-3/8" deep x 29-15/16" tall
- The opening and platform of the cabinet will accommodate sewing machines that are no larger than: 19" wide (left to right). 9-5/8" deep (front to back)
- Please measure your machine and include knobs, plugs, etc. that extend beyond the body of machine. Construction: Melamine/MDF/Composite
- Airlift Platform Weight Limit: 50 lbs
- Custom Machine Insert Available
Arrow 98900 Auntie Oakley Sewing Cabinet
- Arrow's Auntie Oakley cabinet harkens back to days gone by with her vintage look, but offers a modern convenience with an airlift.
- Comes with a universal insert to fit most sewing machines creating a flush sewing surface. A custom insert can be ordered separately to accommodate a specific machine.
- Open: 63-3/4" wide x 19-5/8" deep x 30-1/2" high
- Closed: 31-3/4" wide x 19-3/4" deep x 31-1/2" high
Arrow K8605 Aussie II Kangaroo Sewing, Cutting, Quilting, Crafting Cabinet with Storage, Portable with Wheels and Airlift, Large, Teak Finish
- Needs Assembly
- Has wheels to easily move if needed, Color: Teak
- Closed dimensions: 49.75" x 22" x 30". Open dimensions: 99.5" x 45.5" x 29"
- Components: Doors, Back Panels, Center Panel, Caddy Parts, Door Shelves and Accessories
- Ideal for quilts or large sewing projects
Sewing Machine Table to Bench
Turn that old sewing machine cabinet into a cute bench.
Sewing machine cabinet
Cushions or pillows (optional)
Sometimes, I do a craft project, and then I become addicted to it. Like, I recently turned an old sewing machine cabinet into a laptop desk, and now I can't get enough of working with sewing machine cabinets. Luckily for me, just about everyone in my family has one, since many of us have sewn for years. Now, I can adopt sewing machine cabinets and turn around and give them as gifts (to the people that I adopted them from). You might not have ever made anything from a sewing machine cabinet, but if you have one in your basement or shed, drag it out. You'll be shocked at the beautiful piece of furniture that you can create!
A sewing machine cabinet that features a lift-up top can be easily turned into a little bench for a child's room. Even though the sewing machine is hidden inside the cabinet, it makes the table very heavy, so it's recommended that the machine be removed. It's not a difficult task to do, though. Lift the lid of the cabinet and open it all the way. Then, reach inside and get the machine, pull it up, and then lean it all the way back. Look underneath and you'll see a couple of screws where the machine meets the cabinet. Loosen those and you can lift the machine out.
The only thing that you really have to do to the cabinet to turn it into a bench is to shorten the legs. Turn the cabinet on its top and measure how much of the leg that you want to remove. Make a chalk mark around each leg so that you'll know where to cut it. Sometimes, the very bottoms of the legs can be worn on an old machine cabinet so measure from the bottom cabinet edge, down the leg, rather than from the tip of the leg, up. Saw the legs off and sand, if necessary.
Paint, decoupage, or otherwise decorate the cabinet (optional). It's also optional to put a seat cushion on it but it makes the bench softer. You can use throw pillows, a bed pillow, or even a cushion for an outdoor chair. Double-sided tape can help to hold the cushion(s) in place on the cabinet top.
Never even think about throwing a sewing machine cabinet away unless it's broken or ruined. Just quit thinking about it as a sewing machine cabinet and you'll quickly have a whole new piece of furniture for your home - a lovely, useful one, at that.