Keeping your sewing machine in tip-top shape is crucial for smooth stitching. That's why it's always a smart move to cover it up when it's not in use. But who says a sewing machine cover has to be plain and boring? Instead of settling for a standard clear plastic cover, why not create your own gorgeous and functional cover using your favorite fabric?
This workshop takes you through every step of the process, from measuring your machine to creating a pattern and even adding a handy pocket for storing all your sewing notions. And the best part? This cover is not only stylish, but also reversible! Say goodbye to drab covers and hello to a creative and chic addition to your sewing space.
tracing paper, thread, pins
|| depending on the size of your machine you should be able to make this cover with 1-yard Exterior fabric + 1 yard interior fabric || You can use the interior fabric to make the bias tape, 1 yard Fusible Fleece
Carol is a lifelong Mt. Airy resident. She has been a sewing instructor in the Philadelphia area for many years. She is educated as a Trained Sewing Educator thru the Home Sewing Association and studied Industrial Fashion Methods at Philadelphia University. Her favorite item to sew is garments but also enjoys machine embroidery and quilting. Teaching serger classes is her specialty. Follow her sewing adventures on Instagram @ceesews.
Sewing Basics: Custom Sewing Machine Cover
$ 75.00 Includes expert instruction & use of classroom machines + black, white or cream colored thread.