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Casserole Carrier

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Author TiffinyDesigns
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by Henderson, Jeanette
on December 12th, 2012

“This is exactly the pattern I've been looking for for years! I used to have one and got so many compliments. Found this one just in time for gift giving to all those who loved my old one before it wore out!”

The newly revised, easier to assemble pattern allows you to make your own easy to use, stylish potluck casserole dish carrier. Holds hot or cold dishes and is designed to carry a 9x13 dish (approx 23cm x 33cm) or comparable sized square, rectangle or round dish. Based on one of my gramma's patterns, it's perfect for taking hot or cold dishes to parties and gatherings and a great gift idea too!
Easy to use... Open the flaps and set your dish on the center base... Fold each flap over your dish, and engage Velcro strips... Then grab the handles and you're ready to go! Folds flat for easy storage. Folded carrier is approx 10" W. x 12" L. x 1" H. (25.4cm x 30.5cm x 2.5cm).

Designed for intermediate level sewing and takes 1-1/2 to 2 hours to make. Computer generated pattern is easy to assemble and detailed manual includes easy step-by-step instructions with over 50 photos and diagrams. Pattern pieces and manual are written in English with metric conversions.

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This pattern and manual have been created for personal, at-home use only. Products created using this sewing pattern may be sold, but factory/mass production is prohibited. If selling products online, please include design credit “pattern design by TiffinyDesigns” and link to my store in your listing and/or description. Replication and/or distribution of any and all aspects of this PDF sewing pattern and manual are strictly prohibited.

Casserole Cuddler Potluck Dish Carrier Pattern ©2005 TiffinyDesigns

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Tools and Equipment needed:
Sewing machine with straight and zigzag stitches
Serger (optional)
Fabric shears or Rotary blade/mat
Ruler
Iron and Ironing board/surface
Point turner
Removable marking pen/pencil
Pins

Supplies needed:
1 yd. (0.9m) fabric
2 7/16” dia. (1.11cm) wood dowels
1/8” (0.32cm) tempered hardboard
3/4” wide (1.9cm) sew-on Velcro
Spray paint (optional)
Coordinating thread

by doublin, ginger
on March 21st, 2013

Good instructions easy to sew turned out good but you need to get a fabric without one direction. Have several of these patterns but like this one the best.

by Phylpardee
on March 19th, 2013

Instructions were great and carrier went together well. I was overwhelmed with the 18 pieces of paper to make the pattern and having to match dots and tape all together. Would have been much easier to just print pattern for end pieces where handles go and cutting measurements for the 3 pattern pieces.

(Author has sense updated pattern - YCTM)

by Hartwig, Amy
on March 19th, 2013

Pattern pieces were a bit overwhelming and a pain to match and tape together. Otherwise the end result was great! :o)

(Author has sense updated pattern - YCMT)

by Henderson, Jeanette
on December 12th, 2012

This is exactly the pattern I've been looking for for years! I used to have one and got so many compliments. Found this one just in time for gift giving to all those who loved my old one before it wore out!

by Orme, Janet
on January 4th, 2012

Much better than what came with my casserole dish.

by Mitchell, Lynn
on January 4th, 2012

good pattern

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