15+ Bowl Cozy Patterns & DIY Bowl Covers
Search no more for the perfect free pattern for a microwave bowl cozy or elastic bowl cover. This collection has so many brilliant options!
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If you've ever used a microwave, you know how hot the dishes get while the food is barely warm enough to eat. That's why many people look for a microwave bowl cozy pattern to keep their hands from getting burnt.
Or how about going green with fabric bowl covers? We have several of those, too, inside of this collection: 15+ Bowl Cozy Patterns & DIY Bowl Covers.
Use your sewing skills to make a thrifty and helpful holder for all kinds of bowls. Plus, if you don't finish the food, you can cover it back up for storing with one of these elastic bowl covers you made yourself.
A DIY bowl cozy isn't just for the microwave, though. It's also helpful when the bowl is cold. So, pile in that ice cream, add the cozy, and you can easily eat it on your lap without feeling the freeze.
The homemade bowl covers aren't just a thrifty sewing project. These can also be used in various ways. From covering your mixing bowls to storing leftover food to bringing a dish for a potluck, you'll definitely want to make a handful of these for your kitchen. Use them in the rest of your home as well. We've got you, well, covered.
Safety Note: Please remember that any finished sewing project that goes in the microwave needs to be cotton. Polyesters and other synthetic fibers melt and burn in the microwave.
Use 100% cotton batting and cotton fabric for cozies and holders. You can also wait to use the cozy until after microwaving. Bowl covers are not recommended for microwave use.
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Free Bowl Cozy Patterns
Below is your one-stop shop for your ideal bowl cozy sewing pattern. Small and large, round or square, and even a plate holder can be found in this section. Choose the patterns you like and get sewing. In just an afternoon, you can have a DIY cozy for every dish in your cabinet.
Thanks to the easy-to-use soup square or round bowl cozy templates, this project is simple enough for sewing beginners to finish without difficulty.
The corners of this cool DIY bowl holder point out just a bit and are perfect to get a grip on. Short on time? You can complete this project in only an hour, so no need to fret.
Make this handy DIY bowl cozy with all your fabric scraps and batting scraps. This cozy is perfect for using up scrap fabric, plus it makes a useful handmade gift.
Each cozy uses eight 5" squares, so they are a great way to use up all those leftover charm squares. Got lots of scraps? This is a perfect scrap buster, too.
These bowl holders are very easy to make and you can also select different patterns and colors of fabric for different types and sizes of bowls.
These bowl holders are made with pleats instead of darts, so the holders can lay a bit flatter and be stored in a drawer or take up less space in a cabinet.
This easy-sew bowl holder makes a great housewarming gift or to keep for yourself. It's also fast and inexpensive, which makes it ideal for craft fairs.
Instead of a bowl, this is a fabric plate that can be used in a variety of ways. As a plate holder or as a plate for non-food items anywhere in the home. It's great.
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Free DIY Bowl Covers
Look no further for a free pattern for bowl covers. This section has every type of bowl cover you can DIY at home. Mixing bowls, soup bowls, casserole dishes, and more. Making your own covers is a zero-waste sewing idea that reduces waste and means you don't have to fight with the sticky plastic wrap anymore! What's better than that?
Potlucks bring people together but this beautiful bowl cover tutorial will make your potluck dishes stand out from the rest.
Fabric bowl covers are less wasteful than plastic wrap to cover leftovers. Create a personalized cover so that you can tote your dishes.
Want an easy, cost-effective way to spruce up your kitchen? Want to be eco-friendly? You can do all of these things and more with some super simple covers!
Make your own reusable bowl cover that will even stop things from drying out in the fridge. It even has a pretty little bow to enhance its appearance.
There's no need for plastic wrap or foil. An added bonus, they won't blow away in the wind! Plus, easily throw them in the wash when they get dirty.
Sew these reusable bowl covers for any size bowl or casserole dish. These are great scrap fabric projects, and they are easily washed for another use.
BONUS! This DIY microwave popcorn bag is awesome. Buy the kernels in bulk and this simple sewing project will be perfect for cooking popcorn without the mess of the stovetop.
BONUS! Keep rolls nice and warm for longer! Not only is this quick to make but, because the ends are little flaps, the cloth can cover any size of roll mound and fits bowls of various sizes.
About the Author:
Krista Childers is the Senior Content Editor for AllFreeSewing. She has a passion for creative writing and trying every craft at least once. Find more of her work here: Krista Childers
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