Quartersawn White Oak Amish Sewing Centers
A sewing center or craft cabinet is a great way to keep your projects organized, making it easier to get started and see things through to completion. If you’re serious about creating the ideal space to work on your hobbies, AmishOutletStore.com has furniture for you. Our products offer exceptional quality, good looks and endless customizability. They’re also highly versatile and can easily double as bedroom or kitchen storage, depending on your needs.
When you shop at AmishOutletStore.com, you have the freedom to customize your purchase in a variety of ways. Because we make each piece to order, you can specify the type of wood we use, as well as the finish. For environments prone to temperature and humidity changes, we recommend quartersawn oak — quartersawn lumber is more durable and resistant to warping than flatsawn wood. It also has a uniform, close grain that many people prefer. Finish options range from natural to darker stains — visit individual product pages for details.
Details about our basic sewing center designs are below. Need to add extra storage or change the dimensions to fit your room? There’s a good chance our artisans can accommodate your request. Call our office directly to request a quote.
As a seamstress or other maker, you appreciate a well-built product and know the value of hand craftsmanship. For quality that will last a lifetime, choose an AmishOutletStore.com quartersawn oak sewing cabinet. Select purchases qualify for discounts of up to 33% off retail, depending on how much you spend.
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testimonials Cindy in Orlando, FL
I have never purchased a product from the Amish Outlet Store and look forward to hearing from them regarding on an item I am interested in. Every item on the web pages are beautiful. In the past, I have purchased items from other Amish crafters in Ontario, Wisconsin. I loved every item purchased because they are truly artistic and I found that the Amish are very nice people to work with. Today, most products are no longer made with solid wood and purchasing a quality piece, made in the USA is very important to me.