Today I am sharing a tutorial with Art Gallery Fabrics for this “Stitchin’ Sewing Machine Cover.”
I wanted my sewing machine cover design to be sewing related but wanted to avoid things that I have seen done before at the same time. That quickly eliminated spools and pieced sewing machines. I decided to use Pat Bravo’s Carnaby Street to piece 3 traditional stitches: the cross stitch, straight stitch and zigzag. You might not automatically associate the design with stitching but that’s ok because it has a cool graphic look to it at the same time. I used a big chunk of Ladylike Black Tea, my absolute favorite print in the line, for the rest of the exterior so that I would get to see it lots.
My machine looks so pretty dressed up like this!
You may enter to win a chance to win the fabrics I used for this tutorial:
1/2 yard Pure Elements Sandstone FQ Carnaby Street Ladylike Black Tea
Please just leave a comment and I will draw a name on Friday May 10th and update this post with the winner’s name.
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