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Supplies: ( I was so busy creating, I forgot this picture, sorry.) Swifter dust mop handle Anti pill fleece Thread Sewing machine Sewing scisso...
First, on a piece of paper, trace the head of the dust mop. Then trace around the head tracing 1 inch all the way around. Using paper scissors, cu...
Using the marker, trace around the pattern onto the fleece.
Fold the fleece 3 layers thick and cut out 3 layers, all at the same time.
Set up your sewing machine. With 2 of the layers on top of each other, sew the 2 layers together, sewing straight line from one end to the other, t...
Put the 3rd layer on top of the 2 (sewn together layers) and prepare to sew ¾ of an inch in from the edge.
I have this great attachment to my machine which I can space any distance I want from the needle. I placed it at ¾ inch from the needle and used it...
Fold the pattern in half, length wise and with the marker, make a line down the center of the top piece of fleece.
Use the sewing scissors to cut down this center line, stopping before the sewing line at each end. Slip the cover on to the mop head and push the f...
Remove it from the mop head. Turn it over and using your sewing scissors, cut the (now) top layer of fleece half way between each of the 1 inch sewin...
Again, using the sewing scissors, snip little snips through the edges of the mop head, to the sewing line, (don’t cut through the sewing line) about...
It looks like it should work. Let’s try it.
It works! (I guess I should be embarrased that my floor was that bad.) Enjoy!
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