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Join Meg for for this wonderful project that will provide your sewing machine with a beautiful, new decorative cover. A cover keeps your machine protected from dust and sun exposure when not in use, and a custom sewn cover in gorgeous fabric can be a very pretty alternative to what may have come with your machine. Decorative stitching in multiple colors plus button accents add a bit of flair to the design. You will have so much fun with your color selections.

• Sewing machine with standard foot
• Zipper foot
• Satin stich foot ; optional but great for decorative stitching
• Walking foot, optional but helpful when sewing multiple layers fabric
• 2 yards of 44” + wide fabric in a solid color for main front panel, the lining, and binding
• ¾ yard of 44”+ wide fabric in one coordinating fabric for the front accent panel, one side panel exterior, and two pocket exteriors.
• ½ yard of 44”+ wide fabric in a second coordinating print for one side panel exterior and one pocket exterior
• 1 1/2 yards of 20”+ wide flexible foam interfacing like Pellon Flex Foam—the nonfusible option, although the one sided fusible Flex Foam would work as well
• ½ yard of 45” wide medium weight fusible interfacing like Pellon Décor Bond
• 3 yards (2 packages) of ½” piping in contrasting color
• ¾ yard of 1” wide webbing/belting in a coordinating color
• 10-12 1” buttons
• All-purpose thread to match fabrics
• All-purpose thread in 4+ coordinating colors for decorative stitching
• Tear away stabilizer for the decorative stitching
• See-through ruler
• Measuring tape
• Fabric pen or pencil
• Seam gauge
• Seam riper
• Scissors
• Rotary cutter and mat
• Straight pins
• Hand sewing needles

• Print 2 copies of each pattern page
• Do not scale the pattern. It will fit on a standard printer page
• Cut out each pattern piece along the solid line
• Flip over one copy of each set and butt together (do not overlap), aligning the horizontal arrows printed on the pattern. Tap together. Then aligning the vertical arrows of the top and bottom, butt together the top and bottom halves and tape together to create the full pattern piece

Instructor: MEG CAHILL
Includes Lunch

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.

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