Ready to Go Sewing Machine Mat with Thread Catcher Bag pdf Pattern
Fold it up with supplies inside and you are ready to go, place the folded sewing machine mat in your bag and you are out the door, ready for your quilting class. This is also, great for sewing at home, when you have to move your sewing machine around, keep supplies at hand and ready to use and safely stored away for the next use.
Great gift idea for all your quilting friends!
The Ready to Go Sewing Machine Mat fits a portable machine to a large one, finished size is 20 ½ ̎ x 20 ½ ̎ and has a removable thread catcher bag. It folds up to approximately 8 ̎ x 10 ̎ with a round elastic and button closure, to keep supplies secure inside.
This tote has a water bottle and cell phone pocket on the outside of the tote. If you like to carry water or soda bottle, this is the perfect tote for you. The inside is spacious, with pockets on both sides of the tote. Make the pockets any size you need, make them to fit a checkbook, pen, grocery lists or coupons.
I decided to take a class at the local community college and needed a tote for my books and a few class supplies. But, I also, needed a secure water bottle holder, something all in one to make it easy to carry. The pockets inside I made to fit my pencils, small notebook, keys and a few other class supplies. This tote works great for me!
The tote has padded straps with a drop of 10 ̎, approximate finished size is 14 ̎ high x 12 ̎ wide. It is easy to make and you will find may uses for it, make it for friends, family and gifts!
Last night my friend Lorraine and I had an amazing evening
walk. On our way home we came across a family of Cranes. I have seen them in
the area many times, but never with babies. The male did a little dance to distract
us from the babies and the female went in the other direction, but was keeping
an eye on the babies the entire time.
The love of creating and sewing started Flower Girl Designs Collection; it has been a fun process and still growing. My patterns are fun to sew and useful. I hope you enjoy my patterns as much as I did making them.
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