Do you bother to cover your sewing machine when it’s not in use?
Have you ever had one of those awful plastic covers, that quickly start to tear and become useless?
I’ve definitely been victim of the latter, which is what originally inspired me to write a pattern for a sewing machine cover!
The affectionately named ‘Hector’s House’ was the first ever cover I made, for my daughter’s machine.
Interest grew among my classes and so I developed a pattern for a bespoke cover, where you could take the dimensions of your machine and make a made to measure cover!
Well now this pattern is available to everyone!
In the January issue of Popular Patchwork, you get all the details you need to make this cover, which includes a handle opening (again made to measure to your machine’s unique measurements) and 2 functional side pockets.
Doesn’t your machine deserve to be well ‘dressed’ and dust free!
The January issue of Popular Patchwork is packed full of great projects, and is out now!