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Antique Sewing Machine Dust Cover

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Author Sheryl Hastings
Price $4.95
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by E. Deveson
on January 22nd, 2013

“Just love this simple, almost naïve design which will work really well on my new sewing machine.
I am having trouble getting the pattern to actually download, but I will try again tomorrow when my internet has had a good night's sleep.
Good luck with your products.”

This cover not only hides and protects your sewing machine, it looks cute too! The antique sewing machine is stitched on using hand applique before you put the item together. Decorative piping adds a decorative touch to the seams.

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Supplies:
5/8 yard fabric for outside (it’s best not to choose a directional fabric)
5/8 yard fabric for lining
***All fabric yardage if for 44/45” wide fabrics
1 3/8 yard of med. weight fusible interfacing (22” wide)
1 1/2 yard corded piping
1/4 yard of Heat N Bond Lite fusible webbing
Scrap fabric as follows:
9” x 11” black (sewing machine, turning wheel, slide)
4” x 5” grey (steel plate, shaft, lever, guides)
2” x 3” brown (top and bottom of spool)
3” x 3” color of your choice (spool)
Embroidery floss to match fabrics plus black and grey
Sewing thread to match fabric of sewing machine cover
4 - 18 MM buttons (color of your choice)
General supplies:
6” to 7” embroidery hoop(s), scissors, pins, embroidery needle, paper & pencil, cardstock (for
printing applique pattern pieces, optional), iron & ironing board, sewing machine, measuring tape,
cutting mat with ruler & rotary cutter (optional)

by E. Deveson
on January 22nd, 2013

Just love this simple, almost naïve design which will work really well on my new sewing machine.
I am having trouble getting the pattern to actually download, but I will try again tomorrow when my internet has had a good night's sleep.
Good luck with your products.