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Thread: Jiffy Casserole Carrier

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    Jiffy Casserole Carrier

    Does anyone know the link for this free pattern? It uses 2 squares of fabric and a square of Insul-Brite, then you use 2 brass circles and 2 handles. I have the pattern, but want the link so that I can share it with students and guild members. I'm hoping someone can help.

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    http://tipnut.com/free-casserole-tote-tutorial/

    do any of these work for you? I googled jiffy casserole carrier, free
    Good luck.

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    They all look like they'd work better than wrapping the dish up in a clean bath towel and carrying it in a laundry basket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biotechlady View Post
    http://tipnut.com/free-casserole-tote-tutorial/

    do any of these work for you? I googled jiffy casserole carrier, free
    Good luck.
    Unfortunately, the one I want isn't there. I can't believe I lost the link. *sigh* I did find that site and liked a lot of them. I may just have to retune the instructions so that I can share them with others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearisgray View Post
    They all look like they'd work better than wrapping the dish up in a clean bath towel and carrying it in a laundry basket.
    Instead of the laundry basket, I use a cheap duffle bag!
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    I think that pattern is sold on Nancy's notions site. I've searches for a free one but have never found one. I've seen them at craft shows and think they look nice-but I'm no springing for a pattern

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    http://northerngirlboutique.blogspot...ft-giving.html

    Is this the one? Also called a wrap n' go casserole carrier.
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    Maybe this one, post # 49 by Valsma.

    Easy Casserole Carrier
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    sewingmamas.com
    ..free patterns
    ...home dec
    ....quilted insulated casserole carrier
    Hope this helps!

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    I think this might be the one you are looking for. I have been meaning to make some of them myself now that I finally found the brass rings needed. I found them at Tandy Leather in case anyone else is having trouble finding them.

    http://www.sewingmamas.com/b/downloa...do=file&id=524

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