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Magicque
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Hi guys!

Someone wrote the website of two companies that sell covering for card tables some weeks ago. Do you remember the websites?
Thanks!
jcmazzolado
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I would be interested too.
Thanks if you can help.
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Try: mileskimball.com

Item No...

858365 Round
858381 X-Large
858373 Square

$10.99 to $13.99
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Thanks Andre!
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I've got black velvet on mine with a padding underneath and I LOVE IT!
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Is it triple velvet Chris?
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Distinctive Fabrics carries it in 12 colors for $8 a yard (56-inch width). click here

it's quality stuff.

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Thanks David!
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I went to Wal-mart picked out this Purple Satin color cloth and golden tassles. Then I had a friend from work cut and sew the tassles to the cloth.

Now it looks fantastic.

The problem: The table came from Staples and it is a plastic table top with metal folding legs that cost about $30. It's very light, easy to set up, and the right size. Just wish I had taller legs to bring it up higher.

When I put the table cloth on top of this table it looks fantastic, it is a perfect fit, but the plastic table is slippery and hard to do tricks on it. I ended up putting my black Close-up pad on top of it. Can't decide if that was the right decision, but it still looks ok. Does anyone sell Purple Close-up pad?

Having your own table cloth made is easy, although some golden tassles can be expensive.
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On 2008-02-23 11:19, madkiki wrote:

When I put the table cloth on top of this table it looks fantastic, it is a perfect fit, but the plastic table is slippery and hard to do tricks on it. I ended up putting my black Close-up pad on top of it. Can't decide if that was the right decision, but it still looks ok. Does anyone sell Purple Close-up pad?


Let's see. You have a table cloth on the top of the plastic table and it slips? Like when you spread a deck of cards?

I bought some shelf liner (Easy Liner) at Wal-mart, I think but I know you can get similar at Dollar Tree. It's a rubberized shelf lining. Pretty much stunk for what I bought it for (lining my cabinets) but it will probably work underneath your cloth to keep it from sliding. It is quite tacky. Another use for it is underneath a cutting board to keep it from slipping.

Who knows? Might work.
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