Casserole Carrier Info - just in time for gifts!

teresa_nc7November 29, 2007

In the past two weeks I've had two people email me for info on the casserole carrier that I you go:

Here is a description of my casserole carrier - which

I like because it can contain different sizes and

shapes of casseroles, 9x13 pans, and round pie plates:

Cut two pieces of quilted fabric: 11" x 30"

Cut two pieces of vinyl or oilcloth: 11" x 30"

Cut handles of 2 pieces quilted fabric 4 1/2" x 15" -

fold raw edges of handles in and press, put folded

edges together and top stitch handles with three lines

of stitching, both edges and a line of stitching down

the middle of the handles.

Sew 2 sections, quilted fabric on one side and vinyl

or oilcloth on the other side, seam with 1/2" seam,

putting 15" handles on the tops of one part, leaving

an opening, turn, press, top stitch all edges.

Lay one on section on top of the other (quilted side

to the outside on both), stitch 3 lines of stitching

to sew the two parts together, leaving 4th side open

to insert sturdy square of wood or other material to

give a firm base.

Sew velcro on edges of inner parts that fold over to

contain casserole.

Carrier with pie plate (NC pottery)

Carrier with "vintage" Corningware casserole

Carrier with handles up - have food will travel!

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Thanks so much for the post, I really like this carrier, I just added this post to my favs, so I can get to it faster & easier.

    Bookmark   November 29, 2007 at 8:59PM
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Its been a long time since I posted, actually not even on this forum, a couple of days ago I found my name and password. Was wonderful, because I could never re/register. That being said, that pattern is great! Thanks for sharing.

    Bookmark   November 29, 2007 at 10:45PM
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Thank-you for your time and effort in posting this, an early Christmas gift to your forum friends. The pictures make it so easy to envision the completed instructions. You are truly a sweetheart!
Smiles from Idaho,

    Bookmark   November 30, 2007 at 7:34AM
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Awesome, thank you for sharing this. Your timing couldn't be better.


    Bookmark   November 30, 2007 at 7:54AM
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Thank you Teresa. My DIL asked for a pie carrier and think this will just right.
Linda OH

    Bookmark   November 30, 2007 at 8:42AM
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