Sew a cover for your Thermomix TM31, TM5, TM6 or your overlocker serger.
Unlike all the rest of my kitchen appliance, my Thermomix sits permanently on my kitchen bench. I felt like it needed a little special cover for the rare occasion that it’s not whipping us up something delicious.
This tutorial contains instructions to make a cover for the:
Thermomix TM6 (as this has same dimensions as the TM5).
Overlocker Serger Cover - It can also be made as a cover for your standard size overlocker or serger.
It’s a very simple pattern you can whip up in an afternoon. It features an outside shell, soft middle padding & an inner lining. It’s then all finished off with some easy contrast binding around the base. There’s even a choice of pockets, one especially designed as a handy place to keep your Quick Reference Guide.
So raid your fabric stash and find something amazing to match your kitchen & dress up your ‘Thermie’.
FINISHED DIMENSIONS: Width = 29cm (11 1/2”) Depth = 30cm (11 3/4”) Height = You have a choice of 2 heights:
*31cm (12 1/4”) for the TM31
34cm (13 1/2”) for the TM5
*The shorter height (TM31) easily fits my standard overlockers.
Fabric (for outer & lining).
Fusible Pellon* - also known as fusible wadding, padding, fleece or vilene. I find the thicker Vilene H640 works well to keep the cover’s form.
Thread to match
25mm (1”) Binding (store bought or make your own. Click on icon for tutorial).
Cover Fabric (112cm/45” wide): 70cm (27.5”)
Lining Fabric (112cm/45”wide): 70cm (27.5”)
Fusible Pellon (90cm wide): 70cm (27.5”)
25mm (1”) Single Fold Binding: 135cm (53”)
NOTE: estimate is for one pocket. If adding 2 pockets, add another 25cm to cover fabric.
PLEASE NOTE:Due the nature of the item, refunds after purchase are not possible.