It’s summer and you’re in that traveling mood and on the go. Why not take a day to make this fun sewing machine cover?
If you’re one of those people that likes to travel (or know someone who is), travel down to First Stitches Pueblo for a day of fun. You can make this wonderful sewing machine cover for yourself or as a gift.
Required Pattern: Happy Camper by Jackie Vujcich
Cream (roof/sides) -1/2 yard
Door – 5” x 10” scrap
Dark Gray (window frames) -1/8 yard
Curtains- ¼ yard
Light Gray (windows) – ¼ yard
Green (grass) – ¼ yard
Floral (camper bottom) – 1 fat quarter
Black (wheels) – 6” x 12” scrap
Bunting –approx. 18 scraps 2” x 4”
Lining – ¾ yard
Applique pressing sheet (THIS IS A MUST HAVE)
Pellon Wonder Under #805 (or similar fusible web product) – approx. ½ yard
1 pkg. Bosal In-R-Form Plus (#493-36) double-sided fusible 36” x 58” –dark blue pkg. (preferred) OR Pellon
Interfacing- Stabilizer FF79F2 Flex-Foam 2-sided ; 20” wide- 2 ½ yards (If you decide to purchase this from the store, please let them know so that they will have enough on hand)
Twine or narrow ribbon for bunting - 40”
Buttons for wheels and door handle
Sewing machine in good working order (don’t forget the foot controller and plug) and general sewing notions
Thread- colors to either match (or highly contrast with) with your fabrics
Rotary cutter (a personal cutting mat is optional), additional blades?
Ruler 6” x 24”; 6”x6”
Since this is a long class you may want to bring a lunch/snack
Optional quilting Notions (not absolutely necessary but VERY helpful)
Clover yoyo maker -2 3/8”(yellow) this is for the wheels
Open-toed Appliqué foot and walking foot
Quilting Ruler - 20 ½” x 20 ½” (or larger) helps with cutting large pieces –see below
Buttons or other embellishments to dress up the project (I’ll have a few for sale)
Lunch/snack for full-day classes
Pre-class homework: Please pick up the pattern PRIOR to class. Cut all the pieces in the cutting chart on page 1 at home. You’ll be less stressed if you cut prior to class. Bring any extra fabric to class-never know when you’ll need more!
Questions? Feel free to contact me at email@example.com