This DIY sewing machine travel case by SewingTimes is super convenient for those that want to travel with their sewing machine. It’s a great case with pockets and zippers to put other sewing materials in. Also, since there are several pockets, you can put various accessories that are not sewing related too. However, if you want to make this bag without having a sewing machine, you can too for other usages such as a laptop bag. I think this would be a great travel case in general if you’re wanting to put other items because it’s fashionable and not bulky. This isn’t a beginner-friendly DIY and it might take some time to make this depending on your level of skills. It is worth the process to make this sewing machine travel case.
- cotton oxford outer fabric
- plain weave cotton lining fabric
- webbing straps
- bias tape
- fusible fleece
- fabric marker
- measuring tape
- sewing machine
First, measure out the fabric and iron on the fusible fleece onto the outer fabric. Then, sew the two pieces together. Continue to watch SewingTimes tutorial on YouTube for full instructions and details.
Next, sew on the metal hooks to add the webbing straps to the travel bag and the bias tape.
Overall, this is an inspiring tutorial because I know a lot of people who like to store their sewing machine in a case. I think that this case is so nice and helpful to move around by using the strap to carry. Also, it would be a great gift to make for someone that loves to sew, and it would help protect the sewing machine. I would use this big travel bag for nights that I am packing my clothes or for someone that has to carry diapers and baby products.