Thank you all for your great suggestions on what to do with that AB green lotus fabric. You have given me much inspiration for the next time that I venture to take it out of my stash! I believe it may be destined for either a throw/lumbar pillow, or for a quilt of some kind.
Many of you asked about dimensions of the Bernina sewing machine cover that I made so that you could make your own. Here you go! These are approximate:
6 1/4″ D x 17 1/2″ W x 13″ H.
It could be a little bit shorter – there’s a teeny bit of extra bulk at the bottom that I might eliminate if I were to make another one…
Here’s how I pack everything up underneath: I stash the foot pedal, with the cord coiled, inside of the space between the needle and body, I put the accessory cabinet onto the back, and I lean the plastic tray against the front. All of this fits nicely underneath for a perfect Bernina package of joy!
Above is a picture of the configuration – a delicious Bernina sandwich! Have fun making your own cover. If you do, I’d love to see what you come up with! Feel free to post a link in the comments.Posted by robyn on December 31st, 2008 under bernina 440 qe, crafts, sewing, tutorials
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