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mixer cover

Electric Mixer Cover


Fancy Version

(pieced front & side design)


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Updated October 2011

Also see: Easy Version Mixer Cover

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Instructions


This pattern was designed for a Kitchenaid electric mixer. Measurements can be adjusted to fit your mixer, blender or toaster.

Pieced Appliance Cover

Using the speed cut and sew method illustrated in these instructions you can make this cover more quickly than you might think. The side panels have a decorative center diamond square. You can leave this off for an even easier-to-make version, or use your favorite block design. The front features a second fabric print framed in off-center strips. The cover has an inner layer of felt and is fully lined.

NOTE: Our Easy Version Mixer Cover omits the piecing on the front and the quilt block on the side. If double sided, pre-quilted fabric is used, batting and lining can be omitted.

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

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Kitchenaid Mixer
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Materials

Fabric: Assumes fabric is at least 40" wide.
Outer Fabric: 1 yard
Lining: 1 yard
Contrast (gold solid for accent stripes): 1/2 yard
Binding for lower edge
Fabric pieces for side quilt block (block of your choice)

Crafter's Felt or Fusible Fleece or batting: 1 yard of 45" wide felt
The felt comes on a large bolt and can be found at Joann's. This can be used in place of batting. It is very inexpensive, washable and creates a nice amount of stiffness. If you are going to add much quilting to your piece, batting would work better.

TIP: If you wish to use pre-quilted fabric, but can't find just what you need, you can create it yourself. Learn how with our Prequilted Fabric Instructions.

Use our Fusible Fleece for the middle layer. Just fuse the fleece (works like felt) to your upper fabric. No slipping!

Lining: 1 yard of your choice of fabric for the lining.

Pattern Pieces There are no pattern pieces to print for this project. Instructions are given for cutting your pieces for the front, top, and side panels pieces (including the center diamond).

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

Instructions

Use 1/4" seams

1.  Create your pattern pieces for the front/back and sides.

Front/Back Pieces

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

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IMPORTANT PRINTING NOTE: Be sure you print at 100% size (no scaling) or your pattern will not be the correct size. The bottom of the finished pattern piece should measure 13" across and the piece should measure 15" high (center).

Side-Top-Side Piece
Cut one long piece measuring 38" x 16.5".


Side Quilt Block: If you want to add a side quilt block, make the quilt block at this time. Mark the side-top-side piece 16" from each end. This designates the area of the two sides and helps with block placement. A block can be any size from 4" sqare to 8" square. mixer cover pattern



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