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Thread: kitchen aid mixer cover

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    kitchen aid mixer cover

    Could anyone tell me if there is a free pattern for a patten for a cover for a Kitchen Aid Mixer???

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    I just saw a link for one on a blog today.....
    http://www.juliasneedledesigns.com/MIXER%20COVER.htm

    some others:
    http://tipnut.com/appliance-covers/
    http://mariaelkins.com/index.php/201...chenaid-cover/

    A simple Google search for "kitchen aid mixer cover pattern" will give you many more links to review.
    Just make sure the pattern is for the correct mixer size (quarts).
    Last edited by MTS; 11-24-2012 at 05:10 PM.

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    Thanks MTS -- I think I might try that first one.
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    I love the looks of my Kitchen-Aid. I choose not to cover it.

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    Thank you for all the help

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    I like the the first one..thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoisM View Post
    I love the looks of my Kitchen-Aid. I choose not to cover it.
    Me too, i had a red one. When not s use for a white i store it in its own cabinet where i keep all baking related stuff. I prefer keeping my kitchen counters free of appliances otherwise. Coffee pot and Toaster stay out tho.
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    A simple pattern is easy to make. I have made a couple and they work fine. Just measure the height and width of the mixer and cut a two pieces of fabric that size. Then cut a wide strip to attach the two pieces together and then hem it all around. I put a piece of velcro in the back to "gather" the fullness. So far, the people I gave them to had no complaints.

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