Chic Crochet Casserole Carrier
Traveling with your main dish? Make sure its protected when you use a Chic Crochet Casserole Carrier. This ingenious crochet bag pattern shows you how to make the perfect case for any large meal you need to transport. Just slide your dish into this cool designed bag and take off! The yarn will help insulate your dish, as well as make it easier to carry. You'll be the talk of the town when your friends and neighbors see your useful creation. This carrier could help prevent spills and make it easier to carry your dish anywhere. Bon appetit!
Crochet HookQ or 16mm hook
Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)
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Nov 09, 2017
You know what they say- Necessity is the mother of all invention, that is for sure. Here is a rectangular casserole dish carrier! I have always wanted one of these but never want to part with the $30 to buy one at the store. Can I make this for under $30 ?
May 04, 2017
With picnic season coming up, what a great project! We have pot lucks galore between work and kids sports teams, and this will be perfect to take along. Even though the designer has a certain shape in mind, its versatile enough to accommodate just about any covered casserole. Combine it with a new cake keeper or casserole dish, and it would be a fantastic wedding present, too!
May 01, 2017
Love this pattern. This definitely will be an accessory that will get a lot of use at dinner parties. Cant wait for my friends to see me bring it with my casserole the first time. I bet they will all be jealous and want one too. I could not get the printer friendly button on the designers blog to work.
May 01, 2017
Pattern for this poncho is available on this page without having to go to the designers blog, which is a plus. I have never had trouble accessing any of the patterns via the links, but I have read that a lot of others have. A diagram is available here for this pattern also. The only thing it needs is a few pictures or illustrations to show how it looks at various stages of construction.
May 01, 2017
sorry....posted this comment to the wrong pattern.....
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