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    Love your fabric Barb, at first I thought it was liquorice allsorts :D

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    That is one of the cutest things I have ever seen!!!!

    sue in OH

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    I hope one day I will be as talented as these two people! Amazing talented people on this quilting board.

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    Hello Quilter 711, love your avatar of pussycat playing the accordian - not sure which two people you're talking about but I'm sure your comments are appreciated - we all had to learn at the beginning and practise will make perfect (almost, we hope) one day - please keep going and show us your work

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    I really like this. It sort of looks like 'Old Mother Hubbard's Shoe'

    Quote Originally Posted by granny_59
    I made one for my embroidery machine by sewing first a cover out of cheap muslin. Ajusted and resewing until it fited, then cut it apart and so I had a pattern.
    Granny

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caroltee
    I would like to make a cover for my Brothers Quattro6000D Embroidery machine but havenít found a pattern large enough. Has anyone got any ideas? I would like for it to somehow cover it with the embroidery unit attached.
    Machine cover? Who's machine is idle long enuf to cover it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ada Shiela
    Love your fabric Barb, at first I thought it was liquorice allsorts :D
    Hahaha! I love licorice all-sorts, especially the pink and black ones.

    I just happened upon the fabric at a local fabric store - matched the periwinkle blue of the walls of my sewing room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by granny_59
    I made one for my embroidery machine by sewing first a cover out of cheap muslin. Ajusted and resewing until it fited, then cut it apart and so I had a pattern.
    Granny
    That is so adorable! You obviously put a lot of time into that. I have been thinking of making a cover for my machines, but suddenly realized that the cover would be off most of the time, due to using the machine. I usually have a couple machines at a time going. I can embroider while I am either working on another part of the same project or else a different project on the machine sitting beside it.

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    very cute
    Quote Originally Posted by vivientan
    Saw this interesting and easy to sew pattern at the Moda Bake Shop:

    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2009/11/...-cover-up.html

    You might need to measure your machine and improvise the pattern to fit yours.

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    When I had trouble with my cat wanting to sleep in the open area of my sewing machine, I needed a fast fix. I took a pillow case,sewed up the open end,cut out a long side, added elastic to that and slipped it over my machine. No more cat naps !!

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    I saw a pattern somewhere that had the extension for the embroidery unit....can you google patterns and maybe come up with something...

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    I just took a 45" square piece of fabric done a rolled hem around it and have appliqued cute stuff on it. I just drape it over the machine with embroidery unit on or off. Sorry on the road so don't have a pic.

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    That is adorable. You should sell them on Etsy!!! Folks would love it. Very artistic.

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    Love all of the machine covers that have been shared. Now I need to get busy and make 5!!!

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    I'm not sure if you found it or not but just in case.
    Here is one specifically for an embroidery machine. It is the one I am planning to make for my 4500d.
    http://www.zimbio.com/Sewing/article...ozy+Cozy+Queen

    I have a slew of tutorial links for machine covers on my website so if this one doesn't grab your eye, maybe one of the others will?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darlene
    How cute it looks like the Old Woman in the Shoe house. I love it.
    That's EXACTLY what I was thinking when I looked at it! Very cute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vivientan
    Saw this interesting and easy to sew pattern at the Moda Bake Shop:

    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2009/11/...-cover-up.html

    You might need to measure your machine and improvise the pattern to fit yours.
    Thanks for this site!! I printed it off and I'll make a cover for my new Janome!! Preciate it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilter on the eastern edge
    Here's the one I made for my machine. I just measured the height, width, and length of the machine, the width across the top, and the length from the bottom of one side, across the top and the length down the other side. Then I drafted my own pattern on some brown paper. For each piece I cut out the fabric, batting, and lining (pink check), put them together, did some FMQ, and then sewed with wrong sides together. Then sewed some bias binding on all seams. Easy-peasey :!:
    Love it!! Looks great!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy11442
    Quote Originally Posted by quilter on the eastern edge
    Here's the one I made for my machine. I just measured the height, width, and length of the machine, the width across the top, and the length from the bottom of one side, across the top and the length down the other side. Then I drafted my own pattern on some brown paper. For each piece I cut out the fabric, batting, and lining (pink check), put them together, did some FMQ, and then sewed with wrong sides together. Then sewed some bias binding on all seams. Easy-peasey :!:
    Love it!! Looks great!!
    Thanks!

    :-D :-D :D :D

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    I just took some measurements of my Bernina with the module attached as well as the 14 spool holder.
    And made my cover to fit the machine.
    Hubbby has the camera at a motorcycle swap, otherwise I would take a picture.
    Just wing it and make your own cover. :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by granny_59
    I made one for my embroidery machine by sewing first a cover out of cheap muslin. Ajusted and resewing until it fited, then cut it apart and so I had a pattern.
    Granny
    granny, that is too cute! I love it :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darlene
    How cute it looks like the Old Woman in the Shoe house. I love it.
    :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilter on the eastern edge
    Here's the one I made for my machine. I just measured the height, width, and length of the machine, the width across the top, and the length from the bottom of one side, across the top and the length down the other side. Then I drafted my own pattern on some brown paper. For each piece I cut out the fabric, batting, and lining (pink check), put them together, did some FMQ, and then sewed with wrong sides together. Then sewed some bias binding on all seams. Easy-peasey :!:
    yours is cute too!

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    i love it. where did you find the faabric ?

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    The machine looks like a Janome. If so I have the same machine and I love it. The cover is adorable. You are a very talented person. Belinda

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