DIY Sewing Room Décor (Free files)
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This DIY Sewing Room Décor is a happy addition to your creative space! This cute sewing machine pattern and cut file is perfect for décor, ornaments, garland and more! With a few simple materials you can make this decoration for your sewing studio or a friend! I’m providing you with a PDF plus a JPEG if you want to cut it out using a Cricut.
Want the SVG file for this project? You can purchase that here. Includes ad free printable instructions too!
For this project you will need:
Felt in the colors your desire
Glue Gun and Glue sticks
Wood blank (optional – it’s what I used)
DIY Sewing Room Décor (Free files) Instructions:
Step 1 – Cut out the Sewing Machine Elements
Gather your materials.
Each sewing machine is made up of a few layers. We need to cut out the elements of each one.
If using a Cricut Maker switch to the rotary blade.
From felt, cut out the machine body, spool and “thread”. Note: I cut several different colors so I could mix and match the elements.
From contrasting color of felt cut out the “knobs” to the sewing machine décor.
Switch to the fine point blade.
From cardstock cut out the sewing machine base. Now that all of the DIY Sewing Room Décor elements are cut out it’s time to assemble the sewing machine!
Step 2 – Assemble the DIY Sewing Room Décor
Each machine is made up these elements: Cardstock base, felt machine body, felt knobs, spool, “thread” rectangle, and embroidery floss.
Begin by gluing the felt body to the sewing machine base.
Next glue the knobs into place. Note how there is space around each front knob, and how the side knob has space on the left side.
Now using the base outline as a guide, add the spool, and the “thread” rectangle.
Note: The floss should match the color of this square to help it look like a full spool of thread.
Glue one end of the thread to the top of the machine where the tension plates would be. Then wrap the other end around the spool taking care that it’s not too tight so it doesn’t bend or warp the decoration.
Glue the other end of the embroidery floss to the back of the spool. To complete the Sewing Room décor. At this point it’s ready to be used!
Step 3 – Mount the Sewing Room Décor
Arrange the completed sewing machines on a wood blank as desired. Glue down.
Now your fabulous décor is ready for display in your creative space!
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