Grandma's Sewing Machine Slip Cover


Grandma's Sewing Machine Slip Cover


Grandmas Sewing Machine Slip Cover
Grandmas Sewing Machine Slip Cover

She may be old but your faithful sewing machine is sure loyal. It's time to give back what she gives to you by making this protective Grandma's Sewing Machine Slip Cover. From these craft instructions, you'll learn how to make an elegant slip cover from shimmery fabric and tulle. This is one of those do-it-yourself crafts that will absolutely pay off in the long run. By making this cover, you'll protect your sewing machine from dust and other elements, thereby insuring the success of future DIY sewing projects.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Sewn byMachine


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This is a great tutorial and I like the way she made a pattern out of the muslin. This is a reminder that I need to make one for my machine and my serger to keep the dust off. I keep telling myself every time I look at them to make one. These are so much more nicer looking then the plastic ones and this tutorial gives great directions. Anyone make one? Lets see pictures.

I love it, it's beautiful and unique and I like those features, shows creativity and imagination beyond the usual for this type of sometimes mundane item.

What's ugly here are the people who say ugly things!

I agree with pearlcarl657601. I've seen far uglier things on here. To each her own so to speak. The idea here is to give you the instuctions and pattern to make your own. What is one persons ugly or unattractive is beautiful to another. We each have different tastes, likes and dislikes. Kudos to the creator of the sewing machine cover and her courage to share her pattern and instructions.

So quick to Criticize. The object is the Sewing Machine Cover. Obviously the creator was showing the project. Be nice............

Looks like we have a "begining sewer" sharing her explorations in the fun and of this life long craft . keep it up !!!!!!!!experimintation and using "what is at hand" is what sewing and patterning is all about !!!!!! great grandma EM

I'm sorry to say that that cover is unattractive.

Yes, I agree. The fabric does not coordinate well.

I think that falls under the category of "If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all." We may not like the fabric used for the cover, but obviously whoever made it did. Besides, it shows the pattern/how it goes together well.


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