Transport Casseroles in Style with a Pretty Carrier

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Carry a casserole or pan of baked goods safely in this handy carrier. It works with 9″ x 13″, 8″ square and 9″ square casserole dishes and baking pans. Just adjust the hook and loop closures so the carrier snugs around the dish.





A layer of Insul-Bright batting (find it here) will keep hot foods warm and cold foods cool during travel. The handles are wooden spoons, which can be used for serving. The matching hot pad can be tucked inside for handling hot dishes once you arrive at your destination.

Casserole Carry-All Pattern

This is an easy project that beginners can complete. Make one for yourself and one for a gift. You’ll love having this on hand for potlucks and big family dinners.

Casserole Carry-All Pattern

Casserole Carry-All Pattern

Image from GlassyLady64.

Casserole Carry-All Pattern

Image found on Pinterest.

The finished carrier size once folded is:

  • 12″W x 12″L x 3″H
  • 12″W x 15 1/2″L x 3″H

The finished potholder is 8″ x 8 1/2″.

This clever pattern is from Amy Barickman of Indygo Designs.

Click here to purchase the “Casserole Carry-All” pattern.

 

 

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