Tutorial: Hot Mess Casserole Carrier


I just wanted to share the re-release of my tutorial for the ‘Hot Mess Casserole Carrier’ on the Pellon Projects site! It was part of the ’12 Days of Christmas’ series on the Free Spirit blog. As part of the Pellon site, you’ll be getting the full cutting layout of the pattern and the full instructions.

This free pattern is to make a structured zippered bag that will hold a 13″ x 9″ baking dish. The bag is also made with Pellon Insul-Fleece, so it is insulated to keep your baked goods nice and hot during travel! I have some great ceramic 13″ x 9″ baking dishes, and this definitely fits the bill! I hope you will enjoy the pattern, and please add your photos to my Flickr group; you can also e-mail me with questions anytime at sara[at]sewsweetness[dot]com.


14 thoughts on “Tutorial: Hot Mess Casserole Carrier

  1. Sara,
    This is very cool, I hope to challenge myself in 2013. This is a nice project for me in the handbag/accessories category. Thanks for taking the time to share :)

  2. Ooh, I rather like that in a bit of Tula :oD I ordered some Saltwater a couple of days ago, and I’m itching for it to get here, but having just done a clean up I discovered a rather shameful number of WIPs I should probably get done before it gets here ;o)

  3. I’ve just come across your lovely site/blog. Thanks so much for some really lovely ideas which I’d love to try soon, especially the casserole dish carrier – it’s really great. Lots of blessings to you from Sharon Wright in South Africa.

  4. Oh!!! my my, this was the best bag, I ever made, been following you on craftsy, just came across your blog. Wow you have great designing talent. What foam do you use for your totes and bags, ByAnnie, bosal or is there another one you reccomend.

  5. I made this for Christmas for my cousin. Sara was great about replying to my questions. The handles didn’t align and were pretty short, probably me…this is definitely an advanced pattern. In the end it turned out pretty nice, it does have sections of bulk that my machine was not happy about. All in all I was happy with the end result.

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