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Best Sewing Chair in 2021 Reviewed

Investing in a sewing chair can be a real lifesaver. Although many people craft and sew at the kitchen table, sitting for long hours pushing materials through the machine on a regular wooden chair will take its toll. Not only does it encourage bad posture, causing discomfort, but it can lead to injury. This is especially the case for anyone who considerings sewing to be more than a hobby.

Because of this, we have created a list of the best sewing chairs available. Each one will help to make sewing more enjoyable, and can even extend the time spent at the craft table. To take the step and upgrade your comfort and sewing station, take a look and see what they have to offer.

Summary of the Best Sewing Chair
Reviews

Editor’s Choice: Arrow H7013B Adjustable Height Hydraulic Sewing and Craft Chair

With serious comfort and under-seat storage, combined with a pleasant design, this is the best sewing chair available. It ticks all the boxes a sewer could hope for and is available in different colors from the fun to the sensible. It weighs 25 lbs so is sturdy and can swivel, has an easy to use height adjustment from 18 inches to 22 inches, and smooth motion on the included caster wheels.

The lumbar support feels great to relax in and will encourage the right posture for those long hours of sewing. Under the seat is a place to store different accessories for sewing, so that spare pair of craft scissors are never too far away, or use it as a place to keep that yarn away from the cat! With a weight capacity of 250 lbs and a 360-degree swivel, this is the most complete sewing chair for everyone from a beginner to an experienced sewer.

PROS:

  • Height adjustable from 12 to 22 inches
  • Weighs 25 lbs
  • Storage compartment under the seat
  • 360-degree swivel
  • Lumbar support
CONS:

(none)

Best Balance Ball Chair: Gaiam Classic Balance Ball Chair

It might look a little ‘out there’ but the balance ball cair has become a popular option in offices and other spaces around the world. For crafting, it has the same effect in that the micro-movements made by the user encourage productivity and energy levels. This is great when long sewing sessions start to cause fatigue.

It fits under most tables and desks and is best used for anyone between 5 ft and 5 ft 11. The ball chair includes a removable ball, lockable caster wheels, and an air pump. Available in different colors, it has a 300 lb weight capacity there are even leg extenders to give it an additional 2 inches of height should it be needed. It offers a different way to stay productive at the sewing machine, and don;lt worry – the ball is strong enough to withstand a needle dropping on it!

PROS:

  • 300 lb weight capacity
  • Increases energy levels and productivity
  • Available in different colors
  • Includes height extenders
CONS:

  • No arm rests

Best For Lumbar Support: Office Star Mesh Back & Seat, 2-to-1 Synchro & Lumbar Support Managers Chair

Although it might look a bit formal for a craft chair, it can be put to good use in a craft room and offers plenty of lumbar support. The meshed design ensures it is breathable helping to make that late-night, extended sewing session more comfortable. It can also be used in the home office which is always a bonus.

The one-touch pneumatic height adjustment is responsive and easy to use and the synchro-tilt allows the user to tilt at a 2:1 ratio to improve circulation and ensure the weight is distributed properly. Known for being easy to assemble, it is sturdy and has a max weight capacity of 250 lbs. The armrests can help make it comfortable for sewing.

PROS:

  • Breathable meshing
  • Max weight of 250 lbs
  • Adjustable height
  • Easy to assemble
CONS:

  • Not everyone wants such a smart chair

Best Leather Sewing Chair: REFICCER High-Back Executive Office Chair 350LB

For additional strength, this high back executive chair has a max weight capacity of 350 lbs. The spring lumbar support ensures it is super comfortable and is the ideal place to sit for sewing thanks to the padded leather. Not only does it swivel 360 degrees, but it can rock back and forth from 90 to 110 degrees should you wish to adjust your stance or get comfy for a little while.

The bonded leather looks and feels great and there is certainly a durable feel to it. There is a 1-year warranty for replacement parts and padded armrests add to the comfort. There can be a little squeaking at times, but that is to be expected given the materials.

PROS:

  • Max weight capacity 350 lbs
  • Rocks back and forth 90 to 110 degrees
  • Padded armrests
  • Durable feel
CONS:

  • Could be a bit pricey for some

Best Wooden Sewing Chair: Arrow 7011B Wood Sewing and Craft Chair

Another excellent sewing chair from Arrow, this is a wooden product that has a sturdy feel and another storage space under the cushioned seat. The upholstery has a print designed by Riley Blake and the chair itself stands at 30 inches tall. It can hold a max weight of 250 lbs making it as strong as most of the other options on our list.

The wooden frame is available in different colors to suit a different style room and the heavy-duty casters ensure it can easily be moved in and around the table. This is a sewing chair that thanks to the lumbar support, is comfortable enough to stay at the craft table for long sessions and isn’t as bulky as other options, saving space.

PROS:

  • Available in different colors
  • Storage compartment under the seat
  • Unique design
  • Caster wheels
CONS:

  • Not height adjustable

Best Color Options: NOUHAUS Palette Ergonomic Office Chair

A pleasant office style design with a breathable backrest making this an excellent sewing chair. The 2:1 synchro reclining backrest helps the user to find the most comfortable posture when using their sewing machine and the height adjustment has a lock to keep it in place.

The suggested max weight is 240 lbs which is standard for this style of chair. The arms are height adjustable to make them more comfortable and the nylon wheelbase is heavy-duty to ensure it is strong and sturdy. There are a handful of pleasant colors available and assembly is up there with the easiest. The open-cell foam cushion feels great and has a good level of padding to make it a comfortable and practical sewing chair.

PROS:

  • Max weight 240 lbs
  • Height-adjustable arms
  • Reclining backrest to find the best position
  • Available in different colors
CONS:

  • No storage

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