Cozy Toter

By: Elisabeth for Dixie Doodles
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If you're traveling with a dish, keep the food warm until it's time to eat. With the Cozy Toter casserole carrier pattern you'll have a great sewing project that's useful and easy to make.

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Time to CompleteWeekend project

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Just made one with some great kitchen motif fabric and looking forward to making more for gifts! This first one is MINE! Directions relatively easy for this amateur seamstress to follow.

Theses are easy and so conveinent. I also made a larger one with one handle to carry my jumper cables in. It works great .

I made the Cozy Toter with some light weight upholstery material, Insul-brite and matching cotton for the lining. Turned out great! My daughter liked it so much...she took it home with her! I plan on making more for gifts. Thanks for the tutorial.

do you make an sell these...if so, how much

We're so happy to hear you're enjoying our free patterns, lesliegross49 6863438! Thanks for the kind words :) --Editors of AllFreeSewing

I really do like your idea on the Cozy Toter.That is a great idea.I must say there are a lot of great ideas.Thank You People for the great ideas.they really inspire me,to want to do a lot of crafts.Thank You Again.

@rogue3300 5753671, We review the project on AllFreeSewing and provide users with a link to the blog with the full project. The link that says "click here for sewing pattern" should take you directly to the blogger's website with the full pattern available for you to follow and create. I hope this helps! --Editor of AllFreeSewing

I can't get the directions - they keep getting drowned out by a blog.

Hi mrichart 0020740, Once you click the link to see the actual pattern you would print from that page using your regular browser print settings (file>print). I hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeSewing

I would like to know how to print out the directions for the free When I go to the directions I can't seem to find a place that says to br Thank you


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