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Casserole Tote

By: Lorilee for Cackleberry Cottage

Everyone needs a handy Casserole Tote for family gatherings and parties. This casserole carrier pattern features fabric handles and easy open flaps. Make this sewing project and you will not be forced to heat up or microwave your dish on the go ever again. The carrying strap makes this easy casserole carrier pattern even easier to bring to and fro. Impress your host with your cooking skills and sewing skills at the same time! Looking for a unique gift to make the cook in your family, a casserole carrier would be an unexpected delight.

Casserole Tote
This image courtesy of cackleberrycottage.blogspot.com

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Weekend project

Sewn by: Machine

Easy

Notes

For more casserole carriers, check out 6 Free Casserole Carrier Patterns + 16 Other Food Transport Ideas.

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Casserole totes are so much better to use to transport pot luck goodies than a cardboard box or other makeshift carry all. Sewing a casserole tote is so much better. Love the design of the quilted fabric in the tutorial however I had to read it carefully to be sure I understood all the steps. Worth the extra read!

Very hard to follow tutorial. I've seen easier tutorials with clearer pictures. Fabric was too busy, which makes it hard to view what's going on in the pictures. I don't think this tutorial is for a newbie.

blue background makes pattern hard to read

I made 2 of these for Christmas gifts. I used fabric remnants and quilt batting from an old quilt. The 1/2" seam binding is hard to use so I used 7/8" on the entire piece. Ribbon was used for the ties.

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