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Thread: Machine cover

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    Junior Member SandiGrove's Avatar
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    Machine cover

    Has anybody made the machine cover called 'Cover Up' by Empty Bobbin? I have started one but am stuck... Ridiculous I know it seems so simple ~many thanks

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    Junior Member coffeebreak's Avatar
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    And has anyone made a cover for a machine that has an extend table thing on it? My SInger Quantum has an extension table around the needle area part..extends outward about 6 inches and wider about 3"...if I make it to cover the machine...it won't extend to cover the table part, but if I adjust the pattern to make it longer to cover the table extension..then it sags from the end of the machine to the end of the extension...which looks stupid. I plan on making one come first of the year...any suggestions?

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    At this site, http://www.annsultfixit.com/ultfixit.html, she offers a pattern to fit the Brother ULT embroidery machine. I made the cover and discovered it also will fit my machine with the Brother extended table (which is a separate purchase for me)...so I've made about 3 of the covers now. She has a downloadable pattern on graph & you need to re-trace it to your own enlarged graph. But not so hard! I love my covers and I really need to jump into the waters and try to upload pix...someday. haha

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    I see many machine covers that are just a small quilted square that folds over the top of the machine and has ties at the end to hold it on. These fit any style of machine and are mainly to keep them dust free.
    Sam @ Samantha's House.blogspot.com
    SamanthasHouse @Etsy.com

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    Super Member thimblebug6000's Avatar
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    Sorry haven't made the pattern but it looks lovely http://emptybobbinsewing.com/2011/05...cover-pattern/
    Maybe post your query & someone can help as alot of us have made covers with different patterns.

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    Junior Member iwillquilt's Avatar
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    What part are you stuck at? I don't have the pattern but if you let us know what stuck you someone might be able to help.
    Oopps! Thimblebug I didn't read your message till I posted. We were thinking a similar thought.
    Last edited by iwillquilt; 11-18-2012 at 01:45 PM.

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    Junior Member SandiGrove's Avatar
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    Thanks everyone - I unpicked and started again - simple error sewed the wrong sides together grr - when you say post it - where should these sort of queries go? Thanks again

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    Sorry I just meant to "add your particular query" to this posting as we went along.... so glad you were able to figure it out!

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