- Sylvia Designs Model 1810Q-R Sewing Furniture
The Sylvia Designs 1810Q-R Sewing Furniture will delight those who are the most dedicated to their craft.
If you’re someone who tends to use larger machines or if you require extra support for your bulky projects, then you may want your sewing space to accommodate your needs.
How would you feel if your sewing furniture was customized and very uniquely designed to let you do everything you need to do?
You would have a dedicated space that will let you keep your creative momentum going for as long as possible. You would have a corner that lets you easily craft your next masterpiece.
Sewing furniture with unique features would be nice to have, especially because it would make you less distracted and more focused when you have everything right where you need it to be.
Of course, your sewing space would look different depending on what you need. Either way, you want to get the exact kind of space that you need to let you do exactly the things you want to do.
The Sylvia Designs 1810Q-R Sewing Furniture brings the best features from the 1350, 1810, and 1810Q.
So keep reading to find out whether these tweaks are for you.
Just like the 1350, 1810, and 1810Q, the 1810Q-R allows you to move easily between your sewing machine and serger.
So if you use both machines, then this model will feel more comfortable and natural for you.
And just like the others, it has a lot of storage space for both frequently and rarely used notions and fabrics. It can also be configured either to fit a corner or to line up straight against a wall.
With all these great features, sewing, embroidering, and quilting will feel very comfortable for you.
Not only will you have things where you need them to be, you can also have your space designed and arranged based on your preferences.
You can keep it closed and more compact so it looks and fits better when not in use.
When closed, it would need to be fitted with the optional drop-in corner top (390) or the straight top (395) to make the entire table surface at the same level.
Although both of these optional tops need to be separately ordered, it is still nice to have another option for when you want to keep everything hidden from view.
When closed, the entire sewing cabinet also takes up much less space. So it’s good to be able to have a few different options just by having one single sewing cabinet for all of your needs.
Other Similarities to the 1810 and 1810Q Models
Just like the 1810, the 1810Q-R has wider sewing machine cabinets. If you own larger sized sewing or embroidery machines, then this model will be a better fit for you.
And just like the 1810Q, it has a large quilter’s drop-leaf side at the back and left side of the sewing cabinet. This is helpful for when you need extra surface space. Just spring it up and it will support your bulkiest projects.
Its Tweak - Combo Cabinets
The 1810Q-R is basically an 1810Q with an extra feature. The right side cabinet is now also a sewing machine cabinet that can accept larger machines. This makes it similar to the left side.
So if you need this much versatility in your sewing space, then the 1810Q-R may be right for you.
Let all these features help you decide on the sewing furniture that will let you make amazing outfits, quilts, or other things with ease.
Don’t wait too long to unleash your creativity. Click “buy now” or call The Makers Emporium at (800) 559-9335 if you have any questions or concerns.Product Dimensions:
Width: 92″ (left side) x 92″ (right side)
Depth: 39 3/4″ (left side) x 19 7/8″ (right side)
Height: 29 3/4″
Width: 62″ (left side) x 60″ (right side)
Depth: 21 3/4″ (left side) x 19 7/8″ (right side)
Height: 30 1/2″
Sewing Machine Opening Left: 26″ W x 12 1/2″ D
Sewing Machine Opening Right: 26″ W x 12 1/2″ D