Arrow 98611 Gidget II Sewing, Craft & Hobby Table
The Sew Much More Craft & Hobby Table
Also available as Arrow Gidget 1 Model >>
Gidget II is a sturdy Arrow sewing, craft, and hobby table that offers free arm and flatbed sewing for those larger sewing machines (the big girls) on the market. Her opening is 23 1/2" wide x 12 1/2" deep and she will support a 45-pound sewing machine! The steel locking legs offer a sturdy base, but fold up neatly for easy storage. With a Velcro strip to secure the legs in place and 2 wheels on the side of the table, our Gidget II is perfect table for taking to classes, retreats or in your RV. Her tough melamine surface is mar-resistant allowing for years of use creating sewing and craft projects.
Sewing cabinets were designed to create an experience that will accommodate longer periods of time spent behind your sewing machine, with increased comfort. Cabinets are designed to easily switch between the free arm and flat bed sewing positions, producing a flush sewing surface with a more ergonomic posture to sew in comfort and sew longer. Most sewing cabinets allow for your sewing machine to be put away into a storage position, creating the perfect home for your machine when not in use.
This cabinet will accommodate sewing machines no larger than 23 1/2" wide x 12 1/2" deep
Click here for a PDF page explaining how to see if your machine fits and custom inserts for the Gidget table.
Questions about Gidget I & Gidget II can be answered by watching our "Sturdy Gidget" video (click on the Videos Tab above)... or by reading our instruction page.
Questions on the difference between the Gidget I and Gidget II tables
- Gidget I has a smaller opening size (17 1/2" x 7 3/8") compared to the large opening on Gidget II (23 1/2" x 12").
- Gidget II features 2 wheels for easier portability when folded flat. Gidget I does not have wheels.
- Gidget I is made of particle board with steel locking legs. Gidget II is made with denser MDF (medium density fiberboard) and steel locking legs.
- Gidget II will require a custom made insert for her opening. Gidget I has a smaller opening, so there may not be a need for an insert if your machine is deep enough to fill most gaps.