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Does anyone have a pattern for a casserole carrier with handles. I've seen them in mail-order catalogues and it seems it would be fairly easy to make one. Thanks for any suggestions.
Bobbye from Homosassa, FL
I have one that is round and would be happy to share it with you if you like, but need to know how to get it to you.
Pages 1-2 of Casserole Tote
I found exactly what you're looking for in a catalogue. The pattern costs $6.95. Here's the link to their website:
Marge from NY
If you crochet, just type into your search bar: crochet casserole carriers. It should give you different sites to check out. I made a 2 quart crocheted one four years ago with cotton crochet thread and it turned out very nicely. Good luck!
Thanks for all your help. The 2 page casserole tote looks like something I can handle!
I have obtained patterns for Little Lulu but cannot find one for Tubby. I would love to find one. Your site looks very interesting - my first visit.
I am looking for a pattern for a long pot holder that you put your hands in the end of.
I have been searching for patterns to make a casserole carrier. I'm not sure what they are called! They are made of fabric and used to transport hot casseroles to functions or to pot luck suppers. They are designed to help keep the casserole hot. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
Here's one I found in a link that shows how too. many are different sizes those. this ones round shaped.
Type the words casserole carrier in the search box.
This website has tons of patterns and I have seen one for the casserole dish tote. I hope it helps others as it helps me alot!
These are called cozies. You can crochet, knit, quilt, sew them. I would try googling any free patterns site, plug in the catch phrase, see what comes up. Have fun.
I would like to find an assortment of patterns to knit or crochet for casserole dishes of various shapes and sizes. One would be a round dish and the other would be a rectangular size - 8 X 13, I think.
You can find a pattern for sewing a casserole carrier at http://www.gotf 505casserole.php
I am looking for a pattern for a casserole cozy that is quilted and in the shape of a clover with 4 sections that meet in the center with a velcro or button/loop closure.
By Susan from Albany, NY
Is it like this one? It is a pic only, no instructions.
You could use the pic to make your own pattern.
The one below could be used to start with and then adjust from there:
I found this here on Thrifyfun.com is this what you are looking for?
This link gives a link to get the pattern or so it says. Good luck!
I found it! It is on a 16 year olds blog.
Here are some other things from where I initially found her site:
I need a pattern for a crocheted casserole carrier.
By Jan from St. Charles, MO
This is the link on Google. Good luck!
Try this site:
There are tons of patterns listed!
Does anyone have a pattern for a quilted casserole holder?
By Kari from Cottage Grove, MN
I purchased the sewing pattern from the above website.
And someone posted this quilted casserole carrier made from two place mats.