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    Seeking a Casserole Carrier Pattern

    Hello everyone,

    We all see these at each potluck. I am thinking about these for Christmas gifts. Anybody have an easy one to share?
    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Seeking a Casserole Carrier Pattern

    Google it, there are free patterns for them online.
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      #3
      Re: Seeking a Casserole Carrier Pattern

      Good question! I'm interested in this, too. Does anyone have any pattern in particular to suggest?

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        #4
        Re: Seeking a Casserole Carrier Pattern

        I wouldn't want one as a gift unless some food came with it. lol

        https://www.pinterest.com/search/pin...20ca&term_meta[]=casserole%7Cautocomplete%7C1&term_meta[]=carrier%7Cautocomplete%7C1&term_meta[]=pattern%7Cautocomplete%7C1
        🌺 Lorie

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          #5
          Re: Seeking a Casserole Carrier Pattern

          I made this Elvis one from this Crafty Gemini tutorial
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFiI5M3-At0
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            #6
            Re: Seeking a Casserole Carrier Pattern

            Go to Shabby Fabrics.com, scroll all way to the bottom, then click on "free downloads"way over to the right, scroll a bit for a video of a reversible potluck dish carrier. I haven't made this but it looks fairly straightforward. She has a lot of cute videos.

            I think Crafty Gemini also did one -check on YouTube for that.

            Hope that helps,
            Anne

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              #7
              Re: Seeking a Casserole Carrier Pattern

              Originally posted by catmama635 View Post
              I made this Elvis one from this Crafty Gemini tutorial
              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFiI5M3-At0
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              I watched this video and it looks nice and also easy.

              I've done two other casserole carriers from patterns I saw on utube and they were awful. One looked easy enough but when I got through it I realized that two sections did not have finished looking seams but were raw. Awful! The other one I tried didn't fit the size bowl they quoted. I hated them both and swore I'd never do another one again. I wasted my time and my fabric. The good news is at least I only used scrap fabrics I didn't care that much about as a test drive on them. This one I'd definitely try though :-). Thanks for the pattern!
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                Re: Seeking a Casserole Carrier Pattern

                Do a search here in the forum.

                http://forum.missouriquiltco.com/sho...serole+carrier
                http://forum.missouriquiltco.com/sho...serole+carrier
                http://forum.missouriquiltco.com/sho...serole+carrier

                I bought one from a friend and like it except for one thing. It has large metal rings sewn into it to slip the loops and hold the carrier. The rings work great, but you can't wash it. I suppose I could lessen the noise by pinning the rings to the fabric before I wash it, but I'm just leery of putting metal rings in the washer.

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                  Re: Seeking a Casserole Carrier Pattern

                  Originally posted by snippet View Post
                  Do a search here in the forum.

                  http://forum.missouriquiltco.com/sho...serole+carrier
                  http://forum.missouriquiltco.com/sho...serole+carrier
                  http://forum.missouriquiltco.com/sho...serole+carrier

                  I bought one from a friend and like it except for one thing. It has large metal rings sewn into it to slip the loops and hold the carrier. The rings work great, but you can't wash it. I suppose I could lessen the noise by pinning the rings to the fabric before I wash it, but I'm just leery of putting metal rings in the washer.
                  The first link is the one I had written lamenting my dislike for the patterns I had chosen :-) Be forewarned LOL
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                    #10
                    Re: Seeking a Casserole Carrier Pattern

                    I made several of these as gifts and love them. I see that they are being used at family pot lucks. This year, I am hoping to make microwave bowl holders.

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                      #11
                      Re: Seeking a Casserole Carrier Pattern

                      Originally posted by Carlie Wolf View Post
                      The first link is the one I had written lamenting my dislike for the patterns I had chosen :-) Be forewarned LOL
                      Yeah, I included it because you actually had used the pattern. Sometimes a pattern looks good from a search but isn't so easy to use. I think your comments are worth gold for those of us who want a similar item.

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