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    Junior Member Betty J's Avatar
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    Machine Covers I have made

    Posting some pictures of covers I made for my Janome MC10001 and also for my sisters machine.

    These may give you some ideas.
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    Machine Cover Pics

    Sorry for the small pictures of my cover. I can only find larger ones of the front but will look later and post the back, top and side pictures. I also will take pictures of the cover I made fro my Brother quattro machine and post them later.

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    Sewing Machine cover Pics

    Pictures of the top of the cover I made for my sister and also the back, top and sides of my cover.

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    Sewing Machine cover

    Sorry, I still missed one side picture. Not sure what happened.
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    I was lazy when I got my Pfaff ambition .. LOL I just took some fleece material measured it, sewed it together on the sides (oh and I added my when pigs fly material to it, glued it on!LOL- like I said I was lazy). There I have a cover for "purps" as the grands call the machine. LOL Fits per
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    anyway .. grr darned computer .. Fits perfectly over the machine.
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    Here are two I made for a gift and one for charity. My sewing machine covers are quite plain but do the trick to keep the dust off.

    Sewing Machine cover and matching mat ...

    Sewing machine cover and organizer
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    Why not just take measurements of your machine and make an upside down "tote" to put over it? Just do not put any handles on it like you would a tote. This is one project I do not think you need a pattern for what you have in mind. Good luck, take care.

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    So I am new here, and I tried to put sewing machine cover in the search block, but it brought me back to this page, any hints you could pass on? Thanks

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    Sewing Machine Covers

    When I made the two Janome MC10001 covers, I took the measurements of the hard cover and just designed the covers using the embroideries and some patchworking and buttons from Dress up Buttons and my stash.

    The machine embroidery designs I used on my Sisters cover are designs from Martha Pullen's Yesteryear CD and also from her online Embroidery Club, Years 2002, 2004 and the Bonus Alphabet from 2003.

    The machine embroidery designs I used on my cover are from Sue Box...Mrs Mouses Sewing Treasures, Cactus Punch SR02..My sewing Room, Sig 38..Sew Much fun and single designs from AuntyM and Sewterrific. I believe the Cactus Punch ones may not be still available as I have had them for many, many years and I think the Cactus Punch designs company sold out to Husqvarna a few years ago. The machine on the front and back of the cover was manually appliqued first and then I added the embroidery designs. I embroidered the cotton reel onto the applique and then manually stitched the thread from the spool through the machine. The applique hearts are from the Janome 8000 card No 10 Applique series and I enlarged the heart design. Although any heart applique design would be much the same.

    Hope this helps.

    BettyJ

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