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Thread: Easy Casserole Carrier

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    Easy Casserole Carrier

    I went to a potluck on the weekend & I didn't have a casserole carrier so I wrapped the casserole in a towel. A lady at the potluck brought her casserole wrapped in a carrier that looked really easy to make. On Saturday I made 4 of these in 2 different sizes (18" square & 20" square). Didn't need a pattern, just cut my squares for front & backing & insulbrite, bought 2 D-rings & went for it. After you lay your dish in the center you thread the strap through both D-rings & pull the strap tight. Easy peasy!
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    Very cute!
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    I think I'll try this. You make it sound like something even I can do.

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    looks great too!
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    What a great idea and so simple. I really like those.

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    That sounds to way to easy to do. Thanks for the idea, will have to try that one out.
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    Love it....Creative minds are so great!
    Have an inspring day!
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    Thanks! I have been sitting here racking my brain for an idea for those last minute gifts. Love this, and you for posting it.

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    Excellent! Thanks for the pictures and mini-tute!

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    Thank you so very much... I have been looking for a cassarole carrier pattern and now I have it thanks to you

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    thank you. Yours is a very pretty color

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    Wow, it looks easy to make. Thanks for sharing your picture. Cute carrier.

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    They do look great and do-able.

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    Clever idea!!!

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    Love it, but you lost me on how to thread the strap through those D-rings. Please show and tell just a little bit more.

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    That is really nice. I may have to try that.
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    Cute, clever and handy, I love it
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    Very clever and I really love the fabric. Looks like a great gift idea (smile). Thank you for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by supergma View Post
    Thanks! I have been sitting here racking my brain for an idea for those last minute gifts. Love this, and you for posting it.
    Me too! Now I have another project to create ! What a wonderful idea and something any cook could use!

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    Very nice!
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    Neat ideal and simple. Thanks

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    Very nice I like it.
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    I love these! Ive made a few myself and they are great!

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    That does look easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terricat View Post
    Love it, but you lost me on how to thread the strap through those D-rings. Please show and tell just a little bit more.
    I, too, can't figure out how the strap goes through the rings. Is it attached somewhere?

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