It’s a Quick Project Will be Lovely in Your Favorite Colors!
For years we’ve served warm rolls and bread in a basket lined with a tea towel. The ends of the towel are flipped over the rolls to keep them warm. Although, sometimes we’ll cover the basket with a seasonal mini quilt or a pretty napkin to help the bread stay warm.
This insulated bread basket is a far better solution and will be lovely on the table. The flaps can be folded over the rolls to keep them warm or use the matching napkin. Either way the insulated basket will keep bread warm far longer than our previous solution did.
Choose lovely fabric that works well with your table decor and enjoy how quickly this project goes together. The designer, Build-a-Quilt Designs, says a basket can be made in an hour and a half. Nice!
Insul-Bright batting provides the insulation for the basket, while matching fabric is used for the napkin.
The completed sizes are:
- Bowl – the base is 8″ x 8″ while the top width is 12″ and the height is 4″
- Napkin – 16″ x 16″
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