25 Casserole Carrier Patterns (Free)
Be a sustainable hero when you sew your own food transport! Learn how to make a casserole carrier and other food transport containers for all of your potlucks and events!
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You're headed to a party or family gathering and you have to bring a dish. Instead of worrying about your dish staying warm, fresh, and ready to eat, just sew a casserole carrier! In this collection, you'll find the best casserole carrier sewing patterns out there.
Create any of the patterns in this collection for a handy sewing project you'll use again and again. These 25 Casserole Carrier Patterns Free + more food transport ideas are just for you!
You can use this handy accessory each and every time you bring food somewhere else. Whether you're going to a potluck party or a picnic, these casserole totes are great tools to easily transport hot or cold dishes.
Plus, we also have more great ideas for other ways to carry and store your food. From lunch bag sewing patterns that you can take to work and store in the employee fridge, to reusable snack bag patterns for the kids' school lunches, to bread bags and silverware pouches—we've got a little of everything!
The possibilities are endless with these easy sewing patterns for food transport and storage. You'll be as sustainable as you will be stylish with these awesome sewing projects.
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Free Casserole Carrier Patterns
This the perfect tote for holidays and events. If you're showing up somewhere with a homemade dish, you'll want to keep it warm and ready to eat. With this free casserole carrier pattern, you won't have to worry about your hard work in the kitchen going to waste.
Turn an ordinary placemat into something new! Whenever you need to take a cooked dish somewhere, this casserole cozy will be so useful. Plus, it's easy and fun to make! Be sure to sew one before your next potluck.
You'll find yourself needing an insulated casserole carrier at some point this summer. With all the picnics and parties coming up, don't get caught without the proper casserole carrier. Whether you're carrying a cold or hot dish, this craft will help you keep it at the optimal temperature.
If you want to avoid creating a dozen carriers to fit all of your different-sized casserole dishes, make this one-size-fits-all carrier. This free sewing pattern wraps up your dish like a present, allowing you to tighten it around just about any size container.
This would be perfect for taking your favorite hot dishes to parties and gatherings. With insulated sides, snaps, and a zipper, your casserole will stay warm, safe, and secure until you reach your final destination.
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BONUS! Other Food Transport Ideas
Check out this bag sewing tutorial to learn how to sew a bag that will keep all your homemade bread fresh. Bags like this are easy to make and will keep your bread fresh no matter where you go.
This adorable and easy sewing project makes it a breeze to carry a warm loaf of bread to and fro. Created out of a dishtowel, this is a creative must-have kitchen sewing craft. Consider creating this as a hostess gift or sewing one up as a gift for a brand new homeowner.
If your tablescape looks gorgeous but is lacking one final touch, dive into a simple sewing project like this one to add more detail to your display. One-third of a yard of burlap yields eight lovely DIY pouches that will infuse the perfect amount of rustic charm to your place settings.
Potlucks bring people together, but this bowl cover will make your potluck dish stand out from the rest. No plastic wrap or foil required! The bugs outside won't be flocking to your food, but the people will.
Imagine not having to clean and polish your silverware every time you take it out. Just tuck your cutlery safely away in a minimum-hassle, maximum-storage solution.
Stop worrying about your ice cream melting on the way home from the grocery store. This insulated DIY grocery bag is perfect for bringing home those frozen items or packing a picnic for family outings.
Any level sewist can whip up a wine bottle cozy to present as an appropriate hostess gift. Thanks to your clever homemade gift idea, you'll be the toast of the evening when everyone enjoys your offering.
If you pack your own lunches for work, or if you pack your kids' lunches for school, this little bag is perfect for you. Now you can pack some cutlery to go and keep it all in one place. It's lined with waterproof fabric just in case there's nowhere to wash up.
Add a couple of homemade dish towels to your kitchen with these 20+ Delightful Dish Towel Patterns
BONUS! DIY Lunch Bags & Snack Packs
Snack bags are always useful when dining on the go. Make your own to use and reuse for a green alternative to ziploc bags.
Be thrifty by bringing your own lunch to school and work in this lunch tote. This simple fat quarter tote bag is a great and practical project for just about anyone, and it is so easy to make.
In just fifteen minutes, you can make a sewn project that's good for the environment and for your wallet! Stop spending money on plastic sandwich bags and instead pack lunches in this.
Since you can turn a lovely mini quilt into anything, why not create something beautiful and useful? This project requires little fabric and time, but results in a lunch tote that's great for your midday meal on the go.
Whether you make this DIY lunch tote for a grade-schooler or an adult, it's incredibly helpful. Not only can you save a boatload of cash by substituting disposable paper bags with this one, you can easily control messy spills thanks to the vinyl body of this bag.
This fabulous tutorial is a great way to sew your own lunch bag. This reusable lunch tote is an easy, inexpensive way to ensure that your children go to school or to play in style.
These are not only good for the environment, but they are also adorable and budget-friendly. Follow this tutorial to learn how to make reusable snack bags that will add smiles to lunchtime.
Follow along with this free, easy sewing pattern and learn how to make a kitchen on the go. This pattern includes a reusable sandwich bag and snack bag for environmentally-friendly lunching.
The kids will love this adorable sewn craft! This is a fun, whimsical way to go green and save all those plastic baggies.
Instead of wasting paper bags when packing your own meals and snacks, make this stylish, reusable bag part of your lunch ensemble. It's also large enough to bring your lunch, snack, water bottle, and maybe even your current read.
Cloth sandwich bags are the perfect addition to your summer picnic because they won't pollute the environment. You'll love how you can wipe your reusable sandwich bags clean after a picnic or just a typical day at work.
This quick and easy snack bag tutorial creates a cute, practical, and fun snack baggie that's also waterproof, reusable, and food-safe. It's also super easy to clean with just a damp cloth.
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