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Thread: sewing machine covers

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    Super Member Caswews's Avatar
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    Quilting, crocheting, sewing and crafting in my Sewing Room...Peaceful and wonderful !!
    anyway .. grr darned computer .. Fits perfectly over the machine.
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    Power Poster RedGarnet222's Avatar
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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.


    Last edited by RedGarnet222; 01-23-2013 at 08:57 AM.

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  3. #28
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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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    Rockwall, Texas
    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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    Senior Member Betty J's Avatar
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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.


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    Super Member Marysewfun's Avatar
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    Betty - I love the embroidery designs you used - really beautiful - nice job. :-)

    Have a great day!

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    Yes. I did make a cover. Now ask me "is it ever on the machine?" nah........
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    Lots of patterns out there and alot are free. Main thing is to measure correctly for size of ends and a peice wide enouth to go arouind the ends and to cover the machine. PM me and I can explain better.

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    Junior Member totosmom's Avatar
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    Yes, I do; in fact, my first project for a new machine is often a quilted cover. I found a pattern in a library book called "Quilting 101" which turned out to be a bit demanding, but after making a dozen or so, I think I've got it down pat.

    The Log Cabin was the first one I made and I followed the directions precisely. Later I changed the blocks to the Spool pattern, the Square in a Square and the Churn Dash. The last one in shades of beige was made for a Bernina 930 and I had to add an extra row of blocks to give it the length it needed to cover the bottom. For one of my machines, I added an opening at the top for a handle. It's been fun making them for my babies and I've even given a few of them away.

    Hope this helps.

    Dorothy in PA
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  10. #35
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    Fresno, CA

    Kitchen Aid Mixer Covers

    I believe it was Oregon Patchworks I heard that had the pattern of the Kitchen Aid mixer pic to put on your mixer cover. They're out there.

    Dee in CA

    Quote Originally Posted by tebill View Post
    Has anyone made covers for their sewing machines/embroidery machines? I'm just looking for ideas of fabrics used, sewing hints for the covers etc. Many thanks!

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