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Thread: Wrap 'n Go Casserole Carrier

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    Senior Member Yellow Bird's Avatar
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    Wrap 'n Go Casserole Carrier

    The original pattern called for a 21" square, selfing binding and quilt. I found it to be too limited in its use so this time I tried a 32" square, did not self bind, but did some quilting.

    I think my largest casserole dish will fit...and it will work for stacking dishes as well.

    The fabric is leftover from my lone star quilt from earlier this year.
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    I have this pattern and have made probably a dozen of them and wondered about making it bigger. I like your idea and am going to try it.
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    very cute, I have alot of patterns for different types of cassorole carriers, but have not made any, those are on my list to do.
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    Great job!!!!

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    Love the large version. I did a bunch for Christmas. The will hold a 8" square pan or a pie plate. Your fabrics are great. Good Job!

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    nice job, love the colors

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    I've always wanted to make one of these, but honestly I hav no use for it. Yours is very nice. The fabircs and colors you picked are perfect (I especially love the purple).

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    Love the idea about making it larger. Thanks for sharing!!
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    I've got to make one of those. Thanks for describing enlarging it. Yours is very cute. Love the fabric choice.

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    Thanks. I also think just making it 25 inches square would be plenty big!
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