This desk has been used as a sewing table/craft table, it has a red vinyl top and the rest is metal. It has a shelf under the top the full width of table. Table measurements are 120cm wide, 67cm deep and 67cm high. The storage unit on top was made to fit the table as an extention for the sewing machine. It is made of MDF. The red bit showing measures 82cmx42cm. The width of the front of the storage unit is 35cm. I found this combination a perfect extention for quilting. $50 for both or $25 for the storage and $35 for the table.
It is disappoint to see all the unhygienic tissues and used rubber gloves on the riverside walkway. Normally I would pick up litter in my walks to the park and riverside, but with Covid 19 in the community and 2 people with infections who have not been overseas, naturally I am not going to put my health a risk. Could people please be careful with what could be a serious infection source to the public? Dispose of your waste products into the rubbish bins, or carry a paper bag with you to take home to put into the landfill rubbish.We will need to also protect the Council workers who are emptying these bins.
Hey, does anyone have any grey female kittens for sale after lockdown? I’m after two of them ☺️
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