Work your stitchcraft on at this nifty needle-and-thread nook, featuring lots of counter space, cabinetry, and a special felt board for displaying your latest, greatest creations.
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The sewing station's laminate countertop offers plenty of room to work, and features an opening in the back so fabrics can flow freely rather than getting bunched up by the wall. The workspace also includes cabinets galore -- some without doors for visual variety and a high-end look -- and under-cabinet lighting (#102996) so you can see while you sew.
Cut two of the pine boards down to 52-1/2 inches. Cut the third into two boards, each measuring 21-1/2 inches. Use a miter box to keep your cuts square. Following the manufacturer's directions, use your Kreg pocket-hole jig to attach the four cut pine boards so you have a frame that measuring 52-1/2 inches x 26-1/2 inches. For added strength, dab wood glue on each joint before you screw them together (you may also want to drill pilot holes to ensure the wood does not split). This frame will be the base to which you attach the corner blocks and trim.
This fabric-adherent felt board is perfect for placing piecework without pins.