|All toasters should have a Pop-Tart setting.|
Just sew it up, perpendicularly across the corners to "box" them.
Once it's a good fit, just put all the layers together and use the bias tape to create a nice clean bottom edge.
Kidding. How boring is that? That's actually the reverse side, which I probably should have made with a cooler (perhaps patterned) fabric. It's nice that the tutorial creates a reversible cover though!
Here's the fun side:
Foregoing the felt this time, I sewed on some more legit fabric. It's supposed to be a cylon toaster cover, since well, they call cylons "toasters" in Battlestar Galactica.
It's kind of overly simple and could pass for pretty much any mecha-glowing-red-uni-eye creature, be it robocop or a gundam. Oh well. It may not be perfect, but it'll keep the dust off the toaster, and provide a little bit more curiosity to our already anime kitchen.
|I'm watching you!|