I started to look around for one and HOLY COW the prices!!!! and not only are the prices nuts I couldn't find one for my machine. I had almost given up when I came across a picture of one someone had made out of foam. JACKPOT!!!
I set out to the craft store but I was disappointed. I found the foam but the sizes were to small and the price was not that great. Yes I could have used a coupon but I would have had to buy 4 of the 12 x 20 to make the height and length I would have needed to fit my machine.
I was about to leave the store when I saw the perfect answer!! Foam board!!! Yup you read it right that same stuff that all the parents out there have to deal with when the science fair comes around.
I picked up 6 of them and a clear shower curtain ($1) I wanted to get a clear table cloth but where I was didn't have one.
Here is how I made it. Sorry some of the pics are fuzzy but I was making this in the middle of the night lol.
1- make a template of your sewing machine and transfer it to 5 of the foam piceces and cut it out.
2- glue 4 of them together then wrap the curtain around the stack. ( forgot pic sorry) but do not go all the way around because you will not be able to glue the last piece to it. only go in an inch or two.
3- glue on the last piece to seal in the plastic. I used clear packing tape on the sides to lock all the pieces together.
4- Take your last piece of foam board and 2 inch strips from the 20in side then cut 4 - 5in pieces from that.
5- These pieces and the cut outs from the other 5 boards will be your legs. Make 5 stacks what ever height needed for your machine (don't forget to add the thickness of the table part) Then glue them together.
6- then the stacks are dry you can add them to your bottom of the table. I added the one in the middle to help support it.
7- Flip it over and add some weight on it as it dries. AND YOUR DONE!!
I hope you like it. Go ahead and give it a try. I know I love it and at $7 vs $99 I will be happy to make it again if it gives out :)