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Old 02-01-2007, 04:33 PM
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Mobile Flytying Desk

This is an Office Depot computer desk that has gone through a life changing event. I have one area in my home where I have a large tying desk and a lot of storage space, but I had wanted another, smaller area in the room where I relax some of the time. My TV is there, so I can watch and listen as I tie, and I can also have CDs running to guide me through tying procedures.

I hadn't found what I wanted until this last weekend. I went to Office Depot after a friend mentioned they had a few small desks. When I got there, the desks weren't what I wanted, but then, I saw this computer desk with three levels of storage and casters. It was exactly what I desired! I talked them into putting it together and carried it home. As you can see below, it worked better than I could have dreamed. The desk costs around $65.00. I may by another for my office.

Also, I live by myself so I can do whatever I want throughtout the house. This desk stays in place in the except when I roll it out of the way for a while or when the cleaning ladies are in. It has worked tremendously for me and at a relatively small cost.

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What do you think?

Ray
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Old 02-01-2007, 09:28 PM
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Wink TOO ORGANIZED...

Where's the CHAOS!?
How can you find anything?!

A NorVise and NO Automatic Bobbin?!
...I can hear Norm gloaning!

My "desk" is a psychotic, code violating disaster area in progress...

Harold...
NICE JOB!...and WELCOME to the Forum!
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Old 02-02-2007, 10:55 AM
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That desk looks like it would be great to walk over too with the board and a FEW items to tie one or two patteren. It looks like it is becoming your main desk.*L*

I have a old 7 drawer desk I got at a garage sale, sanded and painted it. After the drawers were full and getting out of hand, I put up peg board and that is about full too.


It's all good!
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Instead of having a mobile desk that I can bring where I want, I settled on a large tying area with all of the comforts that I would need......television, bathroom right across the hall, library of tying books, temp control......

I knew a while ago that I had too much stuff to be considered mobile.
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