Keep Food Warm with an Insulated Carrier

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Two Sizes Work for Most Baking Pans and Dishes!

These clever insulated carriers wrap securely around baking pans and casserole dishes to keep food warm (or cool) during transport. They can also be used to “hold” hot food while waiting for dinner.

Piece the outside of the carrier using assorted 2 1/2″ jelly roll strips, like the blue version shown here. Or choose a pretty fabric for quicker construction.

Hot Stuff! Sewing Pattern

While cotton batting can be used, Insul-Bright batting will help keep food warm for a longer period of time.

Instructions are provided by the designer, Atkinson Designs, for two sizes. The Casserole size will hold a 3 quart casserole dish or salad bowl. A 9″ x 13″ cake pan or baking dish will fit into the Cake Pan size.

Click here to purchase the “Hot Stuff!” sewing pattern.


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