A Fun Sewing Machine Cover for Your Sewing Room

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Instructions Included for Adapting the Cover to Fit Your Machine!

You’ll want to cover your sewing machine when not in use, even if you sew every day. Over time dust can cause havoc with the functioning of your machine.

This cute cover will prevent dust from collecting and add a cheerful bit of decor to your sewing room as well.

Vintage Caravan Sewing Machine Cover

Dig into your fabric scraps and have fun putting together this colorful cover. Give it lots of color or go more subdued. Whatever will look great in your sewing room is perfect!

Vintage Caravan Sewing Machine Cover

Vintage Caravan Sewing Machine Cover

Sewing Machine Cover from Debbie Shore.

A step-by-step photo tutorial, by Rainbow Hare, is provided for constructing the cover (you’ll also need the pattern – the link is at the bottom of this article).

Click here for the tutorial.

The pattern is for a cover that is 20″ X 13″ X 9″. However, you can easily adjust the size by following the instructions provided by the designer.

Click here for instructions for adjusting the size of the machine cover.

Jennifer at Ginger Peach Studio wanted her cover to be a bit more stiff. She also added a handle to the top. You’ll find her comments here about altering the instructions for a more rigid cover.

Vintage Caravan Sewing Machine CoverImage courtesy of Ginger Peach Studio.

This machine cover will be so much fun in your sewing room!

Click here to purchase the “Vintage Caravan Sewing Machine Cover” pattern.






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