Best Machine Knitting Table … EVER!

The best knitting machine table …. EVER!

I’ve been using this table for a few weeks and it is the STURDIEST table I’ve ever used!

Even my bulky machine with a ribber won’t move it!  No “walking”, to wobble …. adjustable!

As you can see,  there is even room on the back to hold everything (and collect  odds ‘n ends)

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One thought on “Best Machine Knitting Table … EVER!

  1. Author

    Knit it Now

    January 11, 2018 at 8:37am

    I’m standing at my new machine table at a height of 35″ (countertop height is 36″) Stand at your kitchen sink and see what you think…. I’m on the tall side, 5’9″, but the table is adjustable to any height.. BTW – I use a standing desk, too!

  2. Linda Corsover

    January 23, 2018 at 7:58pm

    I use an Ikea kitchen countertop height table for my knitting machines. I mount a bulky on one side of the table and my midgauge on the other side. My knitting room is very small, so I can turn the unused machine to the wall by just reversing the table. I stand to do most of my knitting, but I love the fact that this table you are showing is adjustable.

  3. Judy Fortune

    December 11, 2018 at 5:13pm

    Have you been able to adjust the height while your machine is mounted on the table?

  4. Author

    Knit it Now

    December 21, 2018 at 7:50am

    No. Although it’s fairly easy to set up, the weight of the machine would make it difficult to adjust

  5. Margaret Reisdorf

    May 12, 2019 at 7:09am

    I have a great IKEA table that I use for sewing and wanted to use for my LK150–but the clamps are too small for the thickness of the table. Finding flat metal clamps that fit this machine but are bigger has been more of a challenge than expected. Does this table work with the Silver Reed LK150?

  6. Author

    Knit it Now

    May 23, 2019 at 9:09am

    Yes, but please note that style of table comes in more than 1 width. Mine is 48″x 24″.

    The wider version has a thicker top and the machine clamps don’t fit.

  7. Jennifer Manning

    April 8, 2020 at 3:21am

    Are you able to mount the ribber to the main bed and the table hold without falling forward from the weight and is it stable??

  8. Sue

    April 8, 2020 at 7:14am

    YES! it’s VERY stable. I’ve used it with my Brother 260 bulky and ribber …no problems

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