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Thread: Anyone have a pattern for a fabric cover for a featherweight?

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    Anyone have a pattern for a fabric cover for a featherweight?

    Hello fellow featherweight fans!

    Quite a few years ago, I took a featherweight maintenance class. The teacher had a terrific looking fabric cover for her featherweight case. I failed to ask about a pattern for it and have been looking in vain for one. I thought perhaps someone on the board might have one.

    I know I could figure it out based on the dimensions of the case, but I am hoping someone has done all that work and figured out what size to cut the pieces, etc.

    My case is in very good condition, but I hope to keep it that way longer if it was covered.

    Anyone familiar with such a pattern?

    Thanks to everyone in advance for any help you can give.

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    I have no clue but if you fInd it please share: )

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    I just posted the same question more or less a couple of hours ago.... I'm trying to cover my hard case because it looks pretty beaten up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gramma nancy View Post
    Hello fellow featherweight fans!

    Quite a few years ago, I took a featherweight maintenance class. The teacher had a terrific looking fabric cover for her featherweight case. I failed to ask about a pattern for it and have been looking in vain for one. I thought perhaps someone on the board might have one.

    I know I could figure it out based on the dimensions of the case, but I am hoping someone has done all that work and figured out what size to cut the pieces, etc.

    My case is in very good condition, but I hope to keep it that way longer if it was covered.

    Anyone familiar with such a pattern?

    Thanks to everyone in advance for any help you can give.
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    I would like a pattern for one for my FW Annie, but I want one that just covers her and a special slip on cover for her extension with a cushion spot to keep her from being scratched. If anyone finds one, let me know too

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    I made a carrying case using my bowling bag as a pattern. And just a simple over the top cover when she's sitting out. I posted the carrying case in the quilts using vintage sewing machines.

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    I had bought 2 FW, each at diff. times and neither had a case. I did go online and order new replacement cases. it has been years and don't remember where I got them. They have the double latches and key lock, black and very nice. My third FW given to me had its orginal case.
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    It should be easy enough to draft a simple pattern like this.
    http://www.ecrater.com/p/6129805/sew...atherweight-or
    I just made a cover for a kitchen aid miixer....same shape, different size
    http://pinoyinoz.blogspot.com/2010/1...itchenaid.html

    have fun and make it reversable!

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