The table for the HQ Sweet Sixteen sit-down was designed to hold the large 16” quilting machine and to minimize any machine vibration. The folding legs are extra sturdy and are engineered with a tight fit, so, we’ve provided some tips for how to open them and ensure that they are safely locked into place.

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