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« on: March 27, 2010 06:13:51 PM »

This is what I made for my mom for mother's day this year.
A lined casserole carrier.

I used some on hand stash fabrics, an old bath towel for liner, a small rope and ribbon. Love to recycle my on hand supplies before buying new. Feeding the crafting addicting without spending any extra cash Cheesy
First make a circle pattern with the diameter of 17 1/2 inches  out of tissue paper.

Fold tissue pattern in 1/2, cut on fold of fabric. You will need 2 for outside fabric, 2 lining,( use batting or I recycled and old towel) 2 inner fabric total of 6.

"sandwich the layers" and sew together...you will have 2 sets

I traced the inner circle and slit and zig zag stitched before cutting so that the layers stayed in place.
Take the top piece and cut a 6 in diameter circle out of the center,(doughnut) slit one side.

use bias tape to create a casing around the inner circle opening. This will be use to thread a drawstring through. I just used a strip of satin fabric I had on hand.

Sew the top to the bottom with the right sides together. The turn right side out.
Cut out 2 handles ( 18inches x 3 inches)

Thread your drawstring through the casing

 I use a cotton rope from an old pair of pants but a shoestring works well too!
Attach handles on the outside where desired.
There  ya go...this fits the round or oblong casserole dishes.
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« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2010 06:33:06 PM »

I love this!  So handy to carry those pesky things to people's houses!

Also love that you repurposed other things!

Thanks for sharing a tutorial!  I think these would make wonderful gifts for a lot of occasions!
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« Reply #2 on: March 27, 2010 10:05:30 PM »

Cool beans. I really like this idea.

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« Reply #3 on: March 27, 2010 10:53:53 PM »

Thanks for the comment of encouragement! I agree with the pesty transporting of HOT dishes. When I pot luck a hot item I try to cook it "just before" time to go trying to keep it warm and fresh leaving me with a HOT dish to carry. My solution up to this point was I would wrap it in a towel so not to burn my hands in carry process. Not the most attractive solution but it worked. I then sat down to try to "create" a carrier and the result is a really easy sewing project if you have basic sewing skills. You can always set your dish on  the fabric to modify the pattern  size and shape to fit your dish.
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« Reply #4 on: March 30, 2010 07:35:10 PM »

Oh I love this! My mom used to have one when I was a kid and I thought it was so silly ... until I had to carry a piping hot 13"x9" to a friend's house. I am *totally* making one of these! Smiley

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« Reply #5 on: April 06, 2010 12:23:51 PM »

made another one, a little less bulky. I only made it with 2 layers, lined it with a soft flannel.
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