Inside: The Best Insulated Casserole Carrier Patterns You Can Make
When the temperature drops and you’re tasked with bringing a dish to a potluck, don’t arrive with a cold casserole. Instead, make a simple insulated casserole carrier that conveniently stores your dish so it will arrive warm and ready to serve. Take it a step further and combine one of these patterns with stylish fabrics that match the event!
Casserole Carriers and Covers
I’ve gathered a few of my favorite casserole carrier patterns that are easy to make and will ensure your dish arrives warm and ready to serve.
This stylish pattern attaches serving spoons to the top.
What a great idea for carrying a pie to your next event.
These are so simple you could make one for yourself and one to leave behind for the hostess.
This Southern gal loves a monogrammed casserole carrier that can also double as a purse. Brilliant!
5. A Touch of Whimsey
Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Make your casserole cover in a whimsical fabric to brighten the event!
6. Easy Pattern
This pattern is perfect for beginning sewists.
7. Elegant Carrier
The piping on this casserole carrier adds a real touch of elegance.
8. Round Casserole Carrier
Not all casserole dishes are rectangular. Try this pattern for round casserole dishes.
9. Zippered Carrier
To be honest, I never thought about adding a zipper. Amazing!
10. Use Placemats
What a genius idea. Use quilted placemats to create your carrier.
Casserole Carriers and Covers can make great gifts. Most of these patterns are easy to make. If you’re carrying a dish to Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner, I suggest making one that the hostess will love and leave it as a gift.
If you want to get really creative, add some applique or machine embroidery that matches the occasion. Either of these options will personalize the Casserole Carrier.
For more inspiration I’ve created a Pinterest board with some amazing Casserole Carriers.
P.S. If you love this post, please share it on Pinterest and Facebook. It would mean the world to me.
Thanks for Stopping By...
Subscribe to The Seasoned Homemaker for FREE and receive clever sewing tips, quilting inspiration, and a dash of this and that.
PLUS, I'll send you 10 Proven Tips for Finding More Time to Sew.
P.S. Look for the FREE PDF pattern I've included once you click Confirm.