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Woodworking Project Paper Plan to Build Sawing Cabinet, No. 887

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Build this nice sewing cabinet with the help of this paper plan. The completed sewing cabinet has room for your sewing machine, accessories, fabric, and more. Completed dimensions: 36" L x 20" W...

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Build this nice sewing cabinet with the help of this paper plan. The completed sewing cabinet has room for your sewing machine, accessories, fabric, and more. Completed dimensions: 36" L x 20" W x 31" H (when closed.)

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U-Bild stands behind its products, and customer service has been our priority for more than 50 years. If for any reason you are not satisfied with your U-Bild plans, posters, books, hardware, or kits, please return them to us in original re-sealable condition within 30 days of purchase for an exchange or full refund. U-Bild's Customer Service number is 800-828-2453. Customer pays return freight.

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