Keep your sewing machines protected from dust when not in use by covering them with something pretty. They’re easy to make and you can go as simple and basic as you like or try something a little more detailed. Here’s a variety of different designs that I’ve gathered from around the ‘net, some quite similar but they all inspire.
Rick Rack Edged & Outer Pockets: Features jumbo pockets on each end (in contrasting material) and jumbo rick rack around the edges.
Scrappy Patchwork: Here’s a twist on making a patchwork piece, straps are made with ribbon or fabric and edges are finished with binding.
How-To: No matter the dimensions you are working with, this can be made to custom fit.
Patchwork: Shows you step-by-step instructions for making this charming patchwork piece, tied on the sides with ribbons or twill tape.
Reversible: Made with two pieces of material, felt squares and grosgrain ribbon.
Ruffled Flour Sack: Simple, this is made with a flour sack towel, ribbon ties on the end and strips of ruffled cotton stitched across the front.
With Pom-Pom Trim: Uses two coordinating pieces of material and finished off with fun pom-pom trim.
Fabric & Felt: Unique design with raw edges exposed (optional) and made with canvas, felt (for lining) and a strip of pretty material.