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Featherweight Case Liner


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Pattern Details

A carrier to help put your Featherweight into and lift it out of the case. It'll help you prevent damage to the case and the power connector. When your Featherweight is out of the case and in use, the liner converts to a handy machine mat and tool organizer combination. If you carry your featherweight in a soft bag, this liner can also protect against abrasion from the inside of the bag. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Follow a pattern Mark and cut accurately Bind a quilt (tips for binding inside corners are included) Use a rotary cutter Spray baste (recommended) or pin baste a project SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Sized perfectly for your featherweight and its case! The short bed (White) Featherweights will fit this pattern but the pocket won't be full.

Recommended with this pattern

  • 30"x45" of low loft batting (i.e. Hobbs 80/20)
  • Small sharp scissors are recommended
  • Rotary Cutter, Mat, and a long ruler - 6"x24" or similar

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Crafting, sewing and designing patterns came about quite by accident for me. Though I've had a sewing machine since I was 10, I only started sewing with any seriousness after taking lessons for the first time in 2010. At that time, it was clothes but I quickly became disillusioned with that when the garment would rarely turn out looking like the picture or drawing on the pattern envelope. Craft projects did usually not end up the same way. From there, I graduated to using and later servicing vintage and antique sewing machines after my husband bought me a Singer Featherweight for my birthday. Servicing machines lead me to identify a need for better protection for a portable machine while traveling and being handled. One of my first creations was a liner for the case of that featherweight to protect the machine from wear and tear when putting it into and removing it from the case. As soon as people started seeing the liner, they started asking for a pattern. Today, at the end of 2015 - due to unreal amounts of prompting - and help writing up what was in my head in a way that was understandable to others - from my cousin, Jo ;) - I'm finally publishing that pattern and working on others as I write this. A mere 4 and a half years later!