You’ll find plenty of space with 3 adjustable shelves on one side while the opposite side has one shelf dedicated to 18 thread spindles and 2 more shelves.
Spin your Cube around to reveal 42 removable thread and bobbin holders with varying lengths to hold thread, bobbins, scissors and any other craft accessory allowing you to customize to your needs.
The last side of your Storage Cube features 2 rods for hanging and storing ribbon, yarn or embroidery interfacing. Plus behind the rods is 7” of space for books, fabric or baskets.ere to View Instructions for Adjusting Height on a Manual Platform Arrow Table(.PDF)
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- Non-US Warranty: 30 days parts and labor
Yes, there is an eye-bolt underneath the bottom of the table that has a small nut attached to the bottom of it. This nut can be screwed in more to bring the level up, or unscrewed to bring it down. Some eye-bolts have 2 nuts on them or some just have one --along with a rubber stopper.
Hi from Bonnie in the upper part of Michigan…I received the Gidget ll table approximately two weeks ago. It arrived 24 hours after I ordered it. WOW! Great service. I also ordered the acrylic insert which arrived yesterday. The acrylic insert fits perfectly on the lip of the table and when I adjust the height of the machine it will be perfect there also. So ….so far all is ok. Now comes the part of adjusting the height of the machine to meet the top of the acrylic table….I watched the video on it several times and the person giving the demonstration said all you have to do is adjust the height by turning the wing nut on the large bolt. I have done this and the machine still needs to come up to be level with the cabinet table top. I have two friends that have this table and one of them ordered hers just recently from you. When I asked her about adjusting the machine she said she had trouble adjusting it too as did the other friend who ordered her last Fall from a different vender. When I called the friend that just ordered from you a couple of months ago, she said that she ended of having to take off a couple of the links from the chain.
Your video indicates that you do not have to do any of that and the ad for the Gidget ll says that no tools required to assemble. Can you help me with this. I do not want to do anything that I am not suppose. Thank you for your help. Bonnie G
Hello Bonnie, I am sorry that you are having difficulty adjusting the platform on your Gidget II table. Many people do have to shorten the right hand chain for standard sewing machines but we had to make the chain long enough for all the machines being put into the table. We recently filmed a video that shows exactly how to do that and have written some directions too. The attached help page tells how to determine how much you need to shorten. Please visit our web site www.arrowcabinets.com and select the Video tab, scroll down to Manual Platform Height Adjustment #1. The specific information starts at 2:22 showing removal of the screw with a ¼” hex socket (or needle nose pliers) and moving up 2 links to shorten the chain 1 inch. If you have other questions, please feel free to call our Customer Service line 800-533-7347.
Hello to Jo at Arrow Cabinets and John at All Brands, Thank you so much for such good customer service. I just wanted you to know that the video on the www.arrowcabinets.com did the trick! It was much more thorough than other videos I had seen. Seeing as my sewing machine is a new one I had to take out two lengths to make it fit. I needed the visual before I felt comfortable taking off the extra links. I did not want to make any mistake on it. Once I used your easy directions for getting to the site and I watching the video, it only took me about 15 to 20 minutes to do the job from gathering the tools to getting the machine fit into its spot. I wish that I had accessed your arrow video site right away instead of thinking I had enough information in order to install it. THANK YOU SO MUCH….Bonnie G.