Tasmanian II Sewing Table

Tasmanian II Sewing Table

4.25 out of 5
(4 customer reviews)


Did someone say worksurface!? Tasmanian II Height Adjustable Sewing Table by Kangaroo Sewing Furniture is a 2-1 sewing and cutting workstation, perfect for large quilting projects in your growing sewing studio! Tasmanian II features a 2-position manual lift for free arm and flat bed sewing, and an unbelievable 63” of available crafting worksurface to keep projects from falling to the floor! Set the perfect cutting height with the easy to use adjusting mechanism, and effortlessly fold the worksurface vertically for easy storage when not it use!

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  • 2-position manual lift allows you to go between free arm and flat bed sewing positions
  • Compatible with custom acrylic sewing inserts to create a totally flush sewing surface
  • Lift opening accommodates most standard sewing machines on the market, up to 45lbs
  • Expansive work surface keeps large projects from pulling or laying on floor
  • Transition from sitting to standing with the turn of a crank, moving table from 28-1/2” to 38” tall
  • Tabletop flips on its side with the pull of a pin, allowing table to be stored away or used as a design wall
  • Optional cutting mats are available
  • Sturdy design with locking industrial casters for stability and easy mobility
  • Lifetime warranty, worry-free performance
Additional information

Additional information

Cabinet Finish
  • White
Lift Type

Lift Opening

Sewing Machine Weight Limit



  • Table Dimensions:
    • Flat table top surface is 63″ W x 35 ½” D

Product Sheet for Tasmanian II Sewing Table 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
  • Tasmanian II 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 Tasmanian II Sewing Table can be viewed and downloaded here.

Reviews (4)

4 reviews for Tasmanian II Sewing Table

  1. 2 out of 5


    I purchased the Eleanor Sewing table but I am not able to leave a review on it.
    Disappointed as when I drop the leaf to use the insert it doesn’t line up, it’s either too low or too high, when I contacted the head office I got this response
    “Thank you for your inquiry, we apologize but the Eleanor table is not fine tune adjustable. You may need to put a mat under your machine or add some feet to raise it to sit flush with your insert.”
    If this doesn’t fine tune to then they should say so as I wasted money on purchasing the insert that I can’t use as putting a mat under my machine is not going to lift it enough for it to work. I couldn’t have just purchased a standing desk as this table is useless for what its intended use was for. Its just an over priced standing desk with a cut out.

    • Harley Thomas

      Thank you for reaching out! Eleanor’s lift platform has a maximum depth of 3 15/16”. Machines with a throat plate measuring taller than 3 15/16″ will not fit the Eleanor table. This information has been added to the listing per your suggestion.
      We are constantly looking for ways to improve our products, and getting honest feedback from our customers is the best way to achieve that goal. We thank you for reaching out here, and invite you to send photos and further details to us at cs@arrowsewing.com so that our Product Development Team can engineer a fix for you.
      Hoping to hear more from you! Until then, wishing you Happy Sewing.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Judy M.

    I absolutely love the Tasmanian Tables I have (2) of them! One I use as a cutting table at my quilt/fabric shop and the other I use at home in my sewing room/office! When I want to cut out a pattern, I crank her up and when I need to spread out my office stuff, i crank her down to desk level! Very sturdy!

  3. 5 out of 5


    Just got my table today! My 12 YO daughter and I got it from the car (3 REALLY BIG boxes) into the house and put together in just over an hour. Instructions could use some help. I see how some people would have a hard time getting through them successfully the first time.

    The table seems to be well designed and built from good quality materials. The top is either melamine or well- veneered particleboard or plywood, the frame is steel, and although there were a couple places where the paint wasn’t complete (specifically at a couple holes), this is an indoor table that won’t see weather; I’m not concerned about that. the one real weak spot was the screws that fasten the top to the frame. They are really long, you need a Phillips screwdriver, (the ONE tool not provided in the hardware kit & the one tool not mentioned in the instructions!) and if you don’t lube the screws with bar soap or beeswax, you’ll be lucky to get them completely installed w/o a power drill.

    I can’t wait to give my new table a try.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Gary and Gail

    These were my husband’s comments who put the table together:
    “I was amazed. Most stuff you buy to put together is poor quality. This thing was built like a brick outhouse with real welds and gussets and went together well. The legs raise up and down with a STEEL hex shaft connecting the two legs like a semi trailer. Good job, Gail.”

    It is very sturdy and I’m going to love it!

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