Placemat Casserole Carrier


Placemat Casserole Carrier


Turn your ordinary placemat into something new with the Placemat Casserole Carrier. Whenever you need to take a cooked dish somewhere, this sewing accessory will be useful. Plus, it's easy and fun to make. This easy sewing project is a great way to recycle old placemats and scraps. With just a few old placemats and some scrap fabric, you have a brand new way to carry casserole. Be sure to make one before your next potluck.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

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What an attractive casserole carrier. And what could be easier than sewing together two quilted place mats and a swath of fabric for a handle? If you applique on your initials, your carrier will always find its way home!! They would make perfect wedding presents if made in white as well as hostess gifts.

What an attractive casserole carrier. If you applique on your initials, your carrier will always find it's way home!!

A covered casserole carrier, great for pot luck events, is one of the most useful kitchen items to sew. This one is made with two quilted placemats and a bit of fabric and webbing to steady hand-carrying. Using store-bought placements, or even thrifted ones is a great time saver. This is a great gift idea as well.

Agree with the previous comment.

About the place mat cassarole carrier, you have only one strap on it and I do not think that will be balanced to keep your cassarole from tipping from side to side and loosing it all together. Need two strapes criss-cross at bottom for full support.


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