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Thread: the 4th (and last) machine cover - the making

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    How cute is that!!!!!

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    Very, very cute!! :)

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    Your machine cover are so pretty!

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    O Granny, this is so cute! Is it possible to give us a tutorial on the making of the cover? Each one can decorate it by themself, but the making of the cover. Please??? I can see the material and batting is cut in a T shape, but then I can't imagine further. Please Granny, please? LOL

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    That is awesome!!!! I need to come up with something fun like that....this looks like it would be a fun swap..hmmmmm.....

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    hi Rina

    I am so bad with computerstuff. Just "marked" the T - shaped piece of fabric. You have to make a little cut in the corner where the middle marking is and sew together to the other two markings. There you make again a little cut into the seamallowance of the long piece of the t- shape and close the rest. Do the same thing on the other side. Hope this helps, you might want to try with a piece of paper the get a t- shape into a box.
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    I love it.

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    WOW! your so artistic! I love it!

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    You are the applique queen.. awesome job..I am sorry to hear this is the last building..I have really enjoyed your creativity..sure you don't need a tissue holder or any other building for you little sewing room city? Great job!!

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    cute, very creative, thanks for sharing!

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    All of your sewing machine covers are delightful!! You're very creative!! This is my favorite, I have a cat & I live in FL., perfect for me! HINT!! HINT!!!

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    WOW, you do really nice work - and so creative!

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    Quote Originally Posted by granny_59
    As some were asking I took pictures through the making of the last cover
    thats so adorable. how did you come up with that cover pattern??

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