Cover Your Mug

I keep one of these handy tool holders beside my sewing machine at home, and have carried one to classes and retreats. It holds all your essential tools in easy reach. And, of course, these make great holders at your desk to corral your pens, pencils, scissors, letter opener, etc. The fabric for the outer pocket can be matched to someone’s interests; my Harley riding friend is getting one with Harley Davidson motorcycles on it, my friend with a VW bug is getting the bug fabric, and my son is getting one with tools. How about cat or dog fabric for the pet lovers in your life?

Requirements: Cover Your Mug Finished size: fits a standard size coffee mug Supply list: Pattern provided in class Fabric:  1/2 yard each of two coordinating fabrics  1/2 yard for pocket  one package of 1/2”wide double fold bias tape for binding, or you should be able to get your binding out of your chosen fabrics Machine and tools: Sewing machine, cord, pedal, instruction book Neutral color thread for the project Seam ripper Scissors Straight pins Extra sewing machine needles Marking pen/pencils Rotary cutter (extra blades) Rulers – 6” x 12” or 12” square Helpful but not required: travel iron and ironing surface, extension cord and power strip (I carry both and have found them very useful at times). Feel free to bring a lunch or something to snack on and drink. Kathy Marlowe (make sure you put the “e” in Marlowe) 360-989-5326 Feel free to contact me if you have questions before or after class. Please put the class name in the email title.
Instructor: Kathy Marlowe

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