Monday, January 21, 2013

Appliance Covers

I'm darn pleased to report that I've knocked off another Q1 Finish A Long project!

Last year, I showed you the first of two appliance covers I made for my friend Cathy.

Felicity with KitchenAid Cover

And now the second one is done!
food processor cover

The fabric is Retro Kitchen by Michael Miller, with some coordinates thrown in. I used this tutorial, and since Cathy lives far away, I had to go by the measurements of her two appliances as outlined on Amazon.com. Please cross your fingers and toes that they fit properly!!

Linking up to Fabric Tuesday (when Tuesday comes) - link in sidebar.

she can quilt

14 comments:

  1. They turned out wonderfully. Love the binding choice!

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  2. That’s one awesome appliance cover!

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  3. Fingers crossed! It's way too pretty not to fit. :-)

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  4. Love seeing your smiling face! The cover looks awesome! I think I need to buy some appliances so I can make covers.

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  5. Oh it's SO pretty. I bet she just loves it.

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  6. Those are so fun, a wonderful finish!

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  7. Just darling, and delightful workmanship!

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  8. It's so pretty! These quilts would be the best covers for my appliances that are waiting for repairs.

    Lauren Hixon

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  9. I love it. Thanks for including the link to the tutorial, I want to make covers for a couple of my appliances and have been putting it off for quite a while!

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