Make a Cover and Carrying Case for Your Instant Pot

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Instructions Are Provided for 3 Instant Pot Sizes!

Instant Pots are all the rage and are expected to be for quite some time. While we love ours, it doesn’t fit well in a cabinet and therefore sits on the counter. We love the idea of dressing it up with an attractive cover that fits our kitchen decor.

This cover is simple to make and is quite versatile. The bottom edge folds up into a pocket where you can store tools and more. Should you need to transport your Instant Pot, turn the cover around and pull it over the pot from the bottom. Secure it in place and carry the pot by its handle.

Instant Pot Cover and Carry Case Pattern

The cover can be used for other appliances as well, and makes a thoughtful gift for housewarmings, weddings, birthdays, the holidays and more. Personalize it by choosing fabric you know the recipient will enjoy.

Instant Pot Cover and Carry Case Pattern

For yourself, choose beautiful fabric you’ll love seeing every day and turn your Instant Pot into a lovely kitchen accent while protecting it while not in use.

The pattern, from 4girlsdesigns, includes instructions for three sizes of Instant Pots:

  • Duo Mini
  • 5/6-quart
  • 8-quart

Click here to purchase the “Instant Pot Cover and Carry Case” pattern.


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