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Insulated Casserole Carrier


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Insulated Casserole Carrier
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Never bring food to a party cold when you create this Insulated Casserole Carrier. This simple and clever craft is so useful that you will not know how you lived without it. If you are the type of lady or man who attends a lot of potlucks, dinner parties, or you just enjoy bringing food to work, this project is an absolute must-have. Whether you are carrying a cold or a hot dish, this craft will help you keep it at the optimal temperature.

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Weekend project

Sewn by: Machine


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Did it but somethings I did diifferent.

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Getting all my materials ready and am really excited. Going to make these for Christmas gifts and a craft sale.... yeah and Thank you so much. Also agree that you should have used solid colors for those who are trying for the first time. Great instructions.

When I tried to download the sewing tutorial, it brought up an ad for a university! What's the deal?????"

Tut couldn't be better. You can clearly see right side and wrong side of fabric (also the written word is very pricise. Thanks and keep up the good work.

I have a difficult time seeing how you are assembling your carriers. It would make it so much easier if you would use a plain solid color fabric for the tutorials. Just a tip and no offence intended.


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