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This was the perfect craft table to use for my heat press.

Who needs a little bit more organization in their craft room? Yeah … just about everyone. 😉 Well, let me share my little find with you guys.

This workbench works really well in my studio as a craft table.

 

Yep, it’s a workbench. And it’s from Harbor Freight. I’m pretty sure it’s meant for the garage or workshop, but it’s working out so well in my craft room.  Do a search for ‘craft table’ and you will find all kinds of options, but none like this.

Just thought I would share it with you guys in case you are looking to get some craft room organization done in the new year.

It is very heavy and does need assembly…

This workbench works really well as a craft table in my studio.

I needed something like this because I wanted to be able to stand up and work on stuff. For instance, I put my heat press on it.

It would also be good to use for an embroidery machine, but all of my embroidery supplies are set up in another corner of the studio so it doesn’t work for me.  I could also see it being used by jewelry makers, sign makers, etc…

This workbench is great to put a heat press on.

 

The best part is that it only cost me something like $150 delivered from Harbor Freight! Couldn’t pass up that kind of a deal. At first I thought I might have to paint it because I didn’t think I would like the finish on it, but it turned out to work well in here. Think I’ll just look for some different handles maybe.

Robin

Robin

Hi, I'm Robin, founder of The Designest, the place for tutorials, printables, and ideas to inspire you to create. A wife, mother, entrepreneur, and a true maker at heart. Most days you will find me in my studio listening to Spotify & making products for The Designest Shop.
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  1. That desk would be great for an embroidery machine. I bet those drawers could hold hoops, stabilizer and all kinds of goodies. Thanks for sharing!

    • I know! I want to get another one to put my embroidery machine on, but since I have a combo embroidery & sewing machine, I don’t know if I’d like to sew standing up.

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