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Electric Mixer Cover

Appliance Cover Pattern

Quick & Easy

Fully Lined

page 1: cut fabric


Page 2: Sewing Instructions

also see: Pieced Mixer Cover
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This pattern was designed for a Kitchenaid electric mixer. Measurements can be adjusted to fit your mixer, blender, toaster, or other kitchen appliance.

This mixer cover is made in three layers: lining, batting (I use our fusible fleece) and outer fabric layer. It uses just two pattern pieces: one for the two ends and one for the sides/top.

NOTE: Our Pieced Mixer Cover is more difficult. It cuts the front into pieces and adds a small quilt block to the side.

Measures approximately 16" tall x 16" deep x 12" wide

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Page 1: Cut Fabric



Kitchenaid Mixer Kitchenaid mixer cover sewing pattern

Materials

Fabric: I will refer to the fabric used in this project. Substitute for your fabric. Assumes fabric is at least 40" wide.

Outer fabric (use multi-directional print): 1 yard

Fusible Fleece: 1 yard (crafter's felt or batting can be used instead)

Lining: 1 yard

Bias binding (for lower edge): 2 yards of 1/4" or 1/2" binding

TIP: If you wish to use pre-quilted fabric(outer fabric, lining and betting are already stitched together in layers), but can't find just what you need, you can create it yourself. Learn how with our Prequilted Fabric Instructions.

Pattern Pieces

You might need to modify the measurements of the sides, top and front to fit the dimensions of your mixer.

Our pattern will download as a pdf file. If you need instructions on using pdf files, go to:
 PDF Instructions.

Download Pattern A

Download Pattern B

Download Pattern C

Download Pattern D

Instructions

Use 1/4" seams

1.  Create Pattern Pieces / Cut Fabric.

Front/Back Piece
For the front and back, print the pattern pieces above and cut them out along the solid lines. Overlay them as shown on the right by placing the dashed lines of B directly over the dashed lines of A. Tape pattern pieces A an B together. Do the same with D and C. Then tape A-B to C-D. The dot in the corner of each piece should all lay one on top of the other. This creates the pattern piece you will use to cut out the front and back.
tape together pieces A and B tape together pieces A-B and C-D

Cut Out Fabric
Sides/ Top: Open up the fabric. Cut across the fabric (selvage to selvage) to cut one piece measuring 38" x 16.5". Do this for the outer fabric, batting and lining. This will be the piece that creates the two sides and top.

Front/Back: Use the pattern piece you created (pattern piece A-B-C-D) to cut two pieces (one for front and one for back) from the outer fabric, batting and lining.
cut out fabric






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