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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.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...t171016-2.html
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    sewingmamas.com
    ..free patterns
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    ....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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    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.
    Are you spying on us?! LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TShooters View Post
    http://northerngirlboutique.blogspot...ft-giving.html

    Is this the one? Also called a wrap n' go casserole carrier.
    It's close, but not the one I'm looking for, however, I can easily tell people how to modify these directions. I've learned my lesson, be sure to keep the links for free patterns I've used for ages! Lol

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    Thanks everyone for trying to help. I will have to continue looking and hope I find it or restyle my directions.

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    Darn! Okay...you said two handles. Can you describe how the handles work? And the brass circles?
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    if you have the pattern, what does it say within the text? what's the actual title?
    Liz / Calgary

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    Quote Originally Posted by Handcraftsbyjen View Post
    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.
    I wish I knew a pattern to tell you. Have made this same one from looking at the one my DIL has. Very easy to make. Hope you find the pattern. I found a beautiful glitter cupcake fabric and made the carrier a little larger so DIL could carry large round cupcake container in it for the children's school parties. Wish I had it here to send a pic to you.
    Kitsy

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    Quote Originally Posted by TShooters View Post
    Darn! Okay...you said two handles. Can you describe how the handles work? And the brass circles?
    Okay, typo by me at first, it does only have one handle. It is simply called the Jiffy Casserole Carrier and when I printed it quite some time ago from online I didn't write the website and I didn't print it on white paper...or I'd just photocopy it. There aren't many steps and the picture of the carrier has fruit on it. I'm soooo frustrated! I wanted to be able to share the pattern and it's hard to do when I can't remember where I printed it from. Why is it that the easiest patterns are the ones we forget where we got them from. Lol. I sure hope I'm not the only one who does this! Thanks for trying to help. When you attach the 3" brass rings, you fold down 2 of the corners and stitch a small triangle to secure each ring.

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    Here is the closest picture to the one I'm trying to find: http://www.camplebanon.org/files/1048.pdf and then scroll down to Jiffy Casserole Cover. On mine, the trianes holding the brass rings aren't on the outside, they are on the inside but this is pretty much it.

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    thats a nice gift to make thank you for pattern and ideas
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    Can you scan it to a pdf file? Then you can share it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cindit View Post
    Can you scan it to a pdf file? Then you can share it.
    I wish! Unfortunately, I was getting tired of always buying paper for my countless patterns I printed, so I started using my scrapbook paper I no longer wanted to print on, and this is one I did like that. The background has all sorts of stuff going on and it doesn't scan easy enough to ready and the paper is so busy some people won't be able to read it. I guess I'm just going to have to retune everything and take a picture of one I made to add to the top. It's funny how dependent we can become on the Internet and how I just want to find it online and hit print. Lolol I've learned my lesson...always have one extra copy (on plain paper) and be sure to keep the website!

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    Thanks ya'll for sharing all these links!
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    Here is one I found in my bookmarks. It looks similar to the one you posted but I couldn't quite tell if it was the same or not. I'll let you decide if it's what you are looking for:

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

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    i found a great one handle drawstring casseroll carrier on you tube easy...peasy

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    I have the pattern which I will share with you if you will email me. Jill in texas

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