Friday Giveaway! Sewing Machine Cover

We are so excited to announce this week’s giveaway!  A sewing machine cover made out of our Mimosa, Meet Me at Sunset, and Stella Solids collections.

This cheerful cover was made using a pattern by Empty Bobbin Sewing Studio which you can find here.  It’s scrap-friendly and offers 3 different styles to choose from.  We just love the color combination and know it will brighten up any workroom it lands in!

To enter, simply leave a comment below and let us know what your latest project in your workroom is.  A winner will be chosen at random on Monday. Good luck!

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96 Responses to Friday Giveaway! Sewing Machine Cover

  1. Tara says:

    My latest sewing project is conversation heart hair clippies!!

  2. Tennie Wesley says:

    i have too many projects going at the same time…but the main one is a quilt i am making out of old shirts for a grandson to remember his grandpa.

  3. Vanessa B says:

    Ive always too many projects going but the one on the table for today is a snowman wallhanging 🙂 Thanks!!!

  4. Mary Lou Rounds says:

    Hand quilting a quilt for a friend, then sewing some placemats and centerpiece for our table.

  5. Kathie says:

    I’ve started a quilt for my FIRST grandbaby!!

  6. Malisa Leonard says:

    Just one? Well I am making a table runner for Vday and some angry bird masks for my 5-year-old’s birthday party.

  7. Marla says:

    Working on a picnic blanket – my first time using laminate cotton!

  8. Adriane mandakunis says:

    I am working on a book shelf themed quilt for my daughter.

  9. Lorena says:

    I am working on a bigger version of Ms. Rosie’s “Madeline” quilt. Thanks for the giveaway! 🙂

  10. cindy derryberry says:

    I am currently working on a black/white/lime green king size quilt project for my mother.

  11. Anita says:

    I am working on a lil twister heart wall hanging that I will for a table topper and a quilt for my friend….plus others. ;P

  12. BizzyMom says:

    My current projects are clothing for my wee little girl due in April 🙂

  13. Brandi says:

    I am learning how to sew with an online course and my newest project is to make a bib out of baby clothing. So I am making a bib for my niece. I am loving sewing and addicted to fabrics! I can’t wait to be sewing on projects that I love with great fabrics like these! 🙂

  14. Maggie G says:

    I am making a couple of handbags for girlfriends. Love the sewing machine cover!

  15. SWarren says:

    I’m working on a pillow (pattern & fabric from Kansas Troubles). It is so pretty! Thanks for the chance to win that cover. Its beautiful and would match the pink in my sewing room 🙂

  16. Tez says:

    I’m working on footie pajamas for my girls. What a beautiful cover! It would totally help keep the dog hair off my machine.

  17. Diane says:

    I’m doing a runner for valentine’s day and a queen bargello quilt for my cousin. I’m also on a quilt as you go for myself….keeping very busy.

  18. June says:

    waited till the last moment to start on a baby quilt….busy…busy..busy!! 🙂

  19. Lisa D. says:

    I’m almost done with a Civil War sampler and excited to work on something brighter after that!

  20. Brenda Kempton says:

    That would look perfect on my featherweight! Working on string quilts to use up my scraps… trying to get organized.

  21. Gailanne says:

    I’m a new quilter, working on a little charm quilt made with borders….thanks for the chance to win this, and stay blessed!

  22. Kelly says:

    I am working on machine quilting a Kansas Troubles wall hanging.

  23. lauren says:

    A zig zag quilt for a friends baby.

  24. Jennifer says:

    My current project is a full-size quilt in pinks and browns for an upcoming school auction.

  25. I just finished up a half apron with the cutest ruffles…now to decide who to give it to! I love the sewing machine cover.

  26. Annie K. says:

    I’ve almost finished a shoo fly quilt top, and am tweaking a cover for my husband’s kindle right now.

  27. Laurie says:

    This sure would be a beautiful replacement for the plastic cover I use now! Gorgeous!

  28. Penny says:

    I am expecting my first grandbaby in 3 weeks so I have completed alot of projects for her lately, but I am making cloth diapers and covers this week!

  29. Carina says:

    I am busy with a disappearing nine patch with cats in the squares =^—^=

  30. Anita C says:

    I have started my first quilt for my very first grandchild.

  31. April says:

    Right now I’m working on flannel pjs and a fabric/felt memory game for my twin toddlers. Thanks for the giveaway!

  32. Anita C says:

    I have a quilt started for my first grandchild.

  33. Tanya H. says:

    What happy prints! I’m currently working on some baby swaddle blankets for a friend about to give birth.

  34. Leanne Clare says:

    My latest projects are 1) heart blocks for a swap, 2) baby quilt for my soon to be born first grandson and 3) baby quilt for my soon to be born grandson’s soon to be born cousin! (both my DIL & her twin sis are due with their first at the same time!)

  35. I’ve got three quilts ready for binding, but first I have to make the binding first…hopefully I can get them all finished this weekend!

  36. cay rydberg says:

    Working on civil war diaries! Love this cover. Next project?

  37. Debbie S says:

    Quilting long distance with a friend. 🙂

  38. Vanessa A. says:

    Im just starting a great canvas tote I’ve been wanting to make for a while. The anchors away line gave me just the motivation I needed.

  39. Nicole B. says:

    I am working on a quilt for Granny. It is blue and yellow, which are the only colors that are in her huge house. I can’t wait to give it to her for her 72nd birthday! 😀

  40. Charlotte says:

    I am working on quilt squares and sleepy pants. Thanks for the contest!

  41. Mary says:

    I’m helping my 9 year old daughter make a twin size quilt for her 4-H project this summer. She got the 35 blocks done, now we just need to organize them and sew the rows together.

  42. Carolyn says:

    LOVE this machine cover! Let’s see, what am I working on…Well, I’ve just finished painting my sewing studio a light aqua, so at this point, I’m trying to put everything back where it belongs. BUT, I have to create all the time, so I’m working on hand stitching the binding on a quilt and have been cutting out charity quilts. Can’t wait to get back to my machine! Great giveaway!

  43. Carolyn says:

    my sister and I are sharing a mystery BOM project. She lives in Texas and I live in Oklahoma. We don’t get to see each other often enough, so this is a way to stay connected

  44. Kath says:

    I’m working on a landscape river quilt, part of a group project.

  45. Annie Wright says:

    I have 2 projects on my table…..a stuffed toy fish for my niece and my first jelly roll quilt! Thanks for the contest!

  46. Crystal says:

    I’m working on a rag quilt for an upcoming new family member.

  47. robin says:

    Right now I’m helping my daughter (age 14) make a baby quilt for friends of the family.

  48. Julia Bruhn says:

    Am currently working on a quilt in autumn colours as a treat to myself 🙂

  49. Lisa Conant says:

    My most recent project is a second try at a bee block – after I realized the mystery inspiration for my first block was someone who had made that block FOR THE SAME BEE. lol.

  50. Jeanne says:

    I am making two quilts now. A monkey quilt for my 5 year old grandaughter and a kitty quilt for my 2 year old grandaughter. Thanks for the chance to win.

  51. Mary ann says:

    I have 3 things going, finishing up hand work binding on a quilt for my daughter in law, finishing the backing for my granddaughters baby quilt so it can go off to quilter and finally piecing the blocks for a postage stamp quilt. Thanks for the contest, this is so cute!

  52. amber says:

    My current project is my two little girls matching valentines day outfits. 🙂

  53. charlotte says:

    Currently working on a swoon quilt and two other quilts for my sister and daughter.

  54. Margaret says:

    I have two quilt tops going–one is with 30s repro fabrics and one with Daisy Janie’s Shades of Grey. I have the same Singer sewing machine–it was my mom’s.

  55. rosalee says:

    A cute label for the Wiggly Worms quilt I have already given my grandson!

  56. Meg says:

    I am a new sewer. Just started in December. I am currently working on my first true quilt top. Can’t wait to finish it.

  57. Ana Earl says:

    My current project(s) are, Bonnie Hunter’s Mystery Quilt Orca Bay and a scrappy pinwheel baby quilt.

  58. Sallie says:

    My latest is a baby quilt with 9-patches and plain squares that I plan to applique. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  59. ~Michelle~ says:

    I’m currently working on a grellow tumbler quilt (including some Palladium prints!) for my first baby due in July! And the Singer comes with the cover…right?? 😉

  60. Allison says:

    I’m working on quilt blocks for my quilting bee!

  61. cathy says:

    just beautiful..I’m just learning to work the machine….

  62. Nurseli says:

    Too many projects in the works at one time. Buy definitely making an I pad cover and finishing up a quilt for my son’s birthday in February.

  63. Tamsyn says:

    My latest project is a Bali Pop Quilt.

  64. Kaylene says:

    Thanks for the change to win :0) my latest project is designing and planning for my new quilting studio.

  65. Cecilia says:

    I have 3 projects I’m working on. Bumper pads, project Linus quilt and I’m hand quilting a lap quilt.

  66. Karen P says:

    Still working on a Christmas table topper. I’m not late, just really early for next Christmas! 😛

  67. Janet says:

    This week I have been sewing for two swaps I signed up for. I made an accessories bag and needle case. Now I’m working on a sewing mat with pockets. I need to finish my June Bug quilt top–I’m going to try “big stitch” hand quilting on it. So many fun things to do-so little time. I really want to make a sewing machine cover, but winning one would be wonderful.

  68. I’m currently working on a quilted binder for storing my collection of DMC floss. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your great giveaway!

  69. Jen says:

    I *just* finished a quilt for must sons bed last night so I think the next project will be shams to match.

  70. Nicki says:

    I am working on UFO’s. I have two half pieced lap quilts from a class I took two years ago. they are on deck!

    Thanks for the giveaway

  71. Binks says:

    So cute! The colors are sweet and bold.
    My latest project is ‘Banner Quilt’ by Kristen Lejnieks. I bought the International Quilt Festival magazine for this pattern basically.

  72. SusanC says:

    I’m working on two quilts, a donation quilt for cancer patients and a lap quilt for a wedding gift.

  73. Laura says:

    I’m working on a quilt for a co worker that is getting married.

  74. Dianne says:

    I’m working on a Valentine’s tablerunner for my niece. She wants one for every holiday.

  75. I finished up a toilet roll cover (just for fun!) for the Dress Your Roll comp. Sometimes small projects really give you a boost because they finish up so quickly!

  76. patty says:

    I am working on a UFO from three years ago. It’s a large size throw. I am trying to get some UFOs finished this year.

  77. Daphne Mitchell says:

    I didn’t know I needed this until I saw it! Now I want one…does that sound familiar? Cute & convenient & just the ‘ant’s pants’ !

    • Daphne Mitchell says:

      P.S. Just finished two raggy hearts quilts for my daughter & sister in law for Christmas. Next project well maybe one for me!

  78. katy says:

    making a quilt for a friend with scraps from her mom’s clothes, who passed away recently:)

  79. Debbie says:

    making a snowman redwork quilt, wishing for snow!!! thanks for the chance to win!! happy quilting to everyone 🙂

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  81. Margie says:

    My current project is my sewing room! Rearranging, organizing & dreaming about all the beautiful projects to start!

  82. Lynn M says:

    I’m working on a block of the month and a couple of small UFOs. Lots more in the wings. Thanks for the chance to win.

  83. ritainalaska says:

    such a great cover … love the colors! i’m cutting bias strips for binding in a hexie bowl to pair up with a table mat.

  84. Jennifer says:

    I am working on so many great projects right now from scarves to other fabric accessories and some great spring tote bags! Thanks for a chance to win this BEAUTIFUL cover!

  85. Diane says:

    Working on finishing a quilting and a table runner and an online spool exchange. But would love to win this–really like those colors look good over my Bernina.

  86. Carolde Debbout says:

    I am working a large quilt for a wall in my living room. It is completely made of snowballs, and it’s hard to keep going. I love the colors…but making 396 of the same square is boring. Love the sewing machine cover. Simple and cute!

  87. Kate Brown says:

    I am working on my first project in about 10 years, a quilt for hubby so he can always have hugs from me wrapped around him 🙂

  88. Carmen Wyant says:

    I’ve got about 4 or 5 going right now. The second set of blocks from the Just Takes 2, an applique baby quilt, a needlework project from Rosalie Quinlan, my January block from Amber Felton for the Ackfeld frame, and my stack of log cabin blocks waiting patiently to be put into a top.

  89. Debbie D says:

    love it, I,m making a crib quilt for a friends daughter,I onley have 1 month left before shes due, so I better get at it!!!

  90. Reva says:

    I’m finishing up my Orca Bay and my next project is to make a Swoon quilt.

  91. bobbi says:

    i just got a christmas gift – janome sewing machine and looking to create a fish scale purse.

  92. Jezibels says:

    My Latest project is a pair of matching twin bed quilts with pillow shams, all in a wonky star style using my brightest color scraps with a natural background fabric. What a lovely sewing machine cover you designed, its just beautiful!

  93. Patty says:

    I was just thinking that a new machine cover would update the look of my sewing room. What perfenct timing. Thanks

  94. Patsy Knight says:

    My current project is to fix up a quilt room since I recently retired. The new machine cover would look great in my new work room!


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