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With Halloween approaching， I wanted to make a special treat for the “trick or treaters” in my neighborhood. Last year， about this same time I was watching Better TV， a television program from Better Homes &； Gardens and remembered something they did with an Exacto knife and card stock. At the timepersonalized baby blankets， I went to their website， http：//better.tv and downloaded a pattern to make this special candy cover-up.
Equipped with the BERNINA CutWork Software and Tool， I scanned the downloaded pattern， traced it， and then cut the cardstock using the cutwork tool–； much faster than using the Exacto knife! I backed the cutout cardstock with a contrasting？piece of cardstock. ？I stitched two pieces of ribbon (one on each side) to tie in a bow and added a button nose to complete the decorated cover. Of course， I used the Button Sew-On Foot # 18 to make this a fast and easy project.family pillow cover
While this pattern is no longer available for download from their website， you can create your own style of cut-out eyes in the software and create these cute wrappers for the ghosts， goblins， and super heroes in your neighborhood.
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Many times, I just need a small container for my phone and my ID, and it has to be able to go through a little wear and tear. ?Looking through the remnants section of my local fabric store, I found some teal poly vinyl so I decided to make a waterproof pouch for my cell phone and the few cards I usually carry. ?I first made an unlined version (https://www.instructables.com/id/Cell-Phone-Pouch/), and then I decided to take it up a notch with a second version and added some medium weight cotton lining.I hope you find this helpful! ?All of this tutorial can be made on a standard sewing machine, but for ease, I would suggest making this version on a walking foot industrial sewing machine.I made this at TechShop!TechShop Pittsburgh: http://www.techshop.ws/pittsburgh.htmlTechShop homepage: http://www.techshop.ws/
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