Bertha Sewing Cabinet

Bertha Sewing Cabinet

4.13 out of 5
(8 customer reviews)

$1,599.00

Hello, spacious worksurface! Bertha sewing cabinet is an expansive, full-size sewing cabinet built to handle large quilting projects and designed to elevate your sewing experience with comfort and sewing convenience! Bertha features a 3-position hydraulic sewing lift for free arm and flat bed sewing, 16 square feet of workspace, a rear sliding quilt leaf, 8 storage cubbies for thread and sewing notions, and folds to an incredibly small, home-friendly footprint!

  • Cherry
  • Oak
  • White
Clear
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Description

Description

  • 3-position hydraulic lift allows you to go between free arm, flat bed and storage positions
  • Compatible with custom acrylic sewing inserts to create a totally flush sewing surface
  • Large lift opening accommodates most standard sewing machines on the market, up to 55lb
  • Rear quilt leaf expands work surface to keep large projects from pulling or laying on floor
  • 2 side leaves extend to expand worksurface
  • 8 storage trays (4 on each door) to store notions and accessories
  • Sturdy design with heavy-duty locking casters for stability and easy mobility
  • 10-year warranty, worry-free performance
Additional information

Additional information

Cabinet Finish
  • Cherry
  • Oak
  • White
Lift Type

Lift Opening

Sewing Machine Weight Limit

Quilt Leaf

Storage

Dimensions

Dimensions

  • Dimensions (Open w/ Quilt Leaf):
    • 88 3/4” W x 40” D x 30 1/2” H
  • Dimensions (Closed):
    • 43 3/8” W x 20” D x 31 1/4″ H

Product Sheet for Bertha Sewing Cabinet can be viewed and downloaded here.

Shipping Info

Shipping Info

  • Arrow Sewing determines shipping carrier (FedEx or UPS)
  • Sewing furniture can’t be shipped to a PO Box
  • Bertha Sewing Cabinet will arrive in 3 boxes
  • If ordered, custom acrylic sewing inserts will be shipped separately and delivered later than sewing furniture
Assembly Manual

Assembly Manual

Assembly Manual for Bertha Sewing Cabinet can be viewed and downloaded here.

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for Bertha Sewing Cabinet

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kathy (verified owner)

    I love the cabinet. I have been sewing for many years and this is the first time I have a place of my own to sew. No more using the kitchen table or folding table. We did have a problem with damage to the door but they were quick to respond and send a replacement. The only thing I wish is that the wings would have an option to fold down the sides for times when you have a small project and don’t need all the space. Both wings need to be open to use the machine. I am considering the custom insert in the near future.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Scott Vaughn

    Thank God for junk drawers! I gotta give it 4 stars because we were missing a few screws. One of the connection bolts came unthreaded. it was fairly easy to assemble with the directions an watching a you tube video. The video moves very fast great looking cabinet. hopefully my wife gets many years of use out of it.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Roxane Rosas

    I wanted a cabinet that would let me sew with my machine flush to the table. I have rheumatoid arthritis and noticed it is getting harder to have my wrists in the awkward position tipped up to sew.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Barb Wessel

    I LOVE the Bertha cabinet I bought. It is just perfect for my quilting and I feel SO much more organized now. Great product for a great price. Will recommend it to my quilting friends.
    Cabinet went together very well and feels very solid. I can’t wait to get my Plexiglas insert to finish the setup and final tweaks.

  5. 2 out of 5

    Tacy Tucker

    UPDATE: I would like to thank Arrow’s terrific customer service! I’ve needed to call several times and have gotten personal and very helpful guidance each time. I just received a new platform to help my issue without even asking! I’d especially like to give a shout out to Harriet E. who fatefully always seemed to get my calls and never failed to talk me off the ledge w her knowledgeable and terrific suggestions and assistance to get me on the right track. Kudos to Arrow for employing such knowledgeable and dedicated customer service reps! Thanks so much Harriet!
    I had a lot of problems assembling the cabinet even w 2 of us and following each step and watching the video. The platform lilts to the front so my insert doesn’t sit flush in the back of my machine. We have reassembled it several times w the same results. They replaced the platform but the problem persists. I think the problem is that all the strength is at the back of the cabinet. The front of the platform has no support to keep it level Id they added some type of bracket toward the front of the platform, I think that may solve the issue. I cant do it on my own for fear that I would invalidate my warranty. I called the store where I ordered my cabinet and found that even one of the employees had the same issue. Shes been dealing w her problem longer than I and have still gotten no resolution. I am so frustrated and upset singe the even surface was one of the main reasons I wanted s new cabinet to begin w. I just don’t know what to do now because I had a cheap table that worked as well as this one seems to since i cant get the insert to remain flush due to the failing platform. I don’t have a lot of money and this was a big splurge for me which makes it even more frustrating and sad

  6. 5 out of 5

    Donna Floyd

    I have bought 2 Bertha Cabinets and I absolutely love them! I am a widow so I assembled myself and had no problems. It did take some fine tuning to get the platform right where I wanted it. The acrylic insert fit like a glove. And I recently discovered a wonderful benefit… my new Janome 500e stand alone embroidery machine fits the opening perfectly at the flatbed level! So now when doing Edge to Edge quilting (looks just like it’s been long armed) I have a huge level deck for all the bulk of the quilt. There is but a 1/16” clearance so it does not even need an insert! The lift works great. And the extension table makes big quilts easy to handle. I love this sewing table for its versatility and value.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Scott Arneson

    Love the cabinet, went together without any problems handles my wife’s Bernini 770 QE great the only thing is you have to remove your project and insert to access the bobbin which is not fun when quilting a project.

  8. 3 out of 5

    Susan L S Smith

    I have had this cabinet for several months now and still feel like I paid way too much for the quality of the cabinet. I have spoken to customer service and they respond quickly, but that does not help when the doors will not stay open. The company replaced the magnets, but even after adjusting them the doors do not stay closed. If you are looking for a cabinet that you can close up after sewing beware of the doors not staying closed The cabinet fits my machine which is good, but putting this cabinet together was a nightmare even after watching the videos. For the quality of the product I should have paid no more then $300. My dream is to get a Koala cabinet but that is not in the budget, so I guess I will just have to keep this one and deal with the problems.

    • Arrow Sewing Cabinets

      Hello,
      We are sorry to hear about your experience with our Bertha Cabinet, we will be contacting you directly to see if there is anything else we can do to help rectify this problem.

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