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Sewing Machine Cover

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Front and side view.

Created in this Craftsy class

Stupendous Stitching: Adventures in Surface Design taught by Carol Ann Waugh

Set your sewing machine and imagination free in this fun exploration of embroidery designs, decorative sewing machine stitches, couching and binding.

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Funky, Whimsical
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What materials did you use? Cotton batik, assorted yarns, embroidery floss, various sewing machine threads, cotton fusible batting, heat and bond.

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This was fun. And with all new techniques, some things work better than others. The next time I make a project I'll change up how I designed some of the hand embroidery.

07/27/2014 Flag

Fabulous. This a wonderful idea. What an easy way to keep track of all your sampler stitches too.

07/27/2014 Flag

Thanks. I got the idea for the cover from RRead's previously posted project.

07/28/2014 Flag

The circles on your cover are wonderful! Great design. Love the hand embroidery "swirl".

07/28/2014 Flag

Thanks, Carol! I cannot wait to start my next project. This course was great and I enjoyed every bit of it AND your teaching.

07/28/2014 Flag

I love the practical application of this method. I'm assuming this is your sewing machine cover. Is this a bag pattern turned upside down?

11/11/2015 Flag, not a bag pattern. I just measured the sewing machine and made it with dimensions a bit bigger. The main body was a rectangle, then the two end pieces were sewn in. Does that make sense? I didn't take any photos of the process of stitching the three sections together.

11/12/2015 Flag