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From: yellowrose
Date: 07-15-2006, 10:44 PM (1 of 5)
Could anyone give me directions for making a cover for my kitchenaid mixer? I'm fairly new to sewing so I need easy directions and step by step. LOL Thanks in advance. Have learned so much from this group. Judy : :nervous:
User: yellowrose
Member since: 07-09-2006
Total posts: 17
From: Chrysantha
Date: 07-15-2006, 11:36 PM (2 of 5)
lots of the big pattern makers have patterns for mixers...

if not... might find some for you.
User: Chrysantha
Member since: 09-06-2002
Total posts: 2414
From: pucktricks
Date: 07-16-2006, 03:26 PM (3 of 5)
If you're not super picky on how it looks, just take a measurement of the widest part of the mixer and the longest part. Use that to make a top square. Then make measure how tall it is. Use that to figure out the side lengths of the downward rectangles. Oh, and add an inch for seam allowances (that lets you have half inch seams).

Ticia who knows this is a confusing post, but is doing two other things
User: pucktricks
Member since: 03-31-2004
Total posts: 570
From: HeyJudee
Date: 07-16-2006, 06:41 PM (4 of 5)
Here are a couple of links:
TTFN from
User: HeyJudee
Member since: 01-25-2005
Total posts: 1366
From: yellowrose
Date: 07-19-2006, 04:47 PM (5 of 5)
Thanks you all for your suggestions. I have checked out some site, printed instructions and ready to give it a try. Judy
User: yellowrose
Member since: 07-09-2006
Total posts: 17
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