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Thread: Quilted but not a quilt

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    Super Member miss_ticky2's Avatar
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    Quilted but not a quilt

    Hi..I haven't done much sewing lately but had to buy a new food processor and needed to make a cover for it. It looks a bit funny (my daughter says it looks like a mail box...lol) but it will do the job of keeping the grime and dust off the processor

    (Now, to try to post the pics..first pics on this new board)
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    Blessings from Janice

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    Nice cover. Glad to see your pics (smile).
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    Very nice! I have been contemplating a cover for the Kitchen-Aid I got for Christmas. It's so huge and heavy, I can't put it away.
    Did you use a pattern?
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    very pretty
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    Very stylish...

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    Great job! Now to keep the cover clean...sigh...
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    Looks good to me and will certainly look nice covering your food processor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dixie_fried View Post
    Very nice! I have been contemplating a cover for the Kitchen-Aid I got for Christmas. It's so huge and heavy, I can't put it away.
    Did you use a pattern?
    Thank..no, I made my own..just measured the processor and cut pieces to the length I needed to make a sort of box. Had some adjustments to do but it wasn't too hard.
    Blessings from Janice

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    That is really nice. Great Job. I love it, looks really neat.
    Cathy Wright

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    It looks great! Nice job!

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