Sewing Undercover – Free Pattern


Hey my loves! Another week starting and we are already full of news to share with you. How are you? Did you enjoy the weekend? We hope so, that all of you are well and with the energy recharged to make this amazing week. For starters, come learn Sewing Undercover. It’s a very cool pattern, simple to make and useful in our daily lives.

We are so used to sewing beautiful models and pieces to decorate the house that we forget about our main ally, the sewing machine. It is one of the most important and most expensive materials that we need to sew, so we need to be careful. With the sewing undercover we protect it from dirt, dust, the sun and from something falling and damaging our sewing.


Do you have friends who also sew? This can be a beautiful gift option. It’s a more personalized model, you need the right measurements to suit your machine. The pattern has a simple detail, but it makes the piece very elegant. You can do it with the colors and prints you like the most, just remember to contrast the tones to highlight the details.

Image / Pattern / Tutorial: National Quilters Circle

Sewing Undercover Pattern

We have separated the list of what you need to sewing undercover. Before cutting read all measurement instructions to customize for your sewing machine.

-Yardage


  • 1 yd – Fabric 1 – background/body;
  • 1/8 yd – Fabrics 2, 3, 4 & 5 – flying geese;
  • 1/3 yd – Binding fabric;
  • 1-1/4 yd – Lining/backing;
  • 45″ x 45″ – Batting.

– Supplies

  • Rotary Cutter;
  • Cutting Mat;
  • 8″ x 14″ ruler or similar;
  • Best Press or spray starch (optional);
  • Fabric marking pen/pencil;
  • Scissors;
  • Pins;
  • Thread for piecing;
  • Iron and pressing mat.

Nothing different from what we’re used to, right? To calculate the right measurements, you will find all instructions in the pattern. We used the same information and formula to calculate and it worked out super well, the model was perfect for our machine. You can access National Quilters Circle to download the pattern and always have it with you, to follow the instructions and review if you have any doubts. All ready? Let’s quilt!