More Casserole Carriers

My last Casserole Carrier was such a big hit that I have been busy. My original has gone cray on Pinterest – you can find the first post HERE. I found the pattern from Two Little Hooligans and I love it, clearly… I made five more for Christmas! HERE is the pattern, really easy to follow and much easier in bulk because you can do an assembly line :) 

I also said this in my last post but I followed Homemade by Jill‘s post about the cotton belt straps. I like the look of it better and I think it’s easier. 

And of course I etched the last names into all of the pyrex. PS… not even kidding, I went to three different parties during the past month and brought a dish in an unetched, naked pyrex. I need one for myself, hello… the life of a crafter always making things for other people, I’m so noble. 

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  1. This is wonderful! I think I’d get a lot of use out of something like this! Pinned it!

  2. Oh I LOVE the fabric you used for that last one…so pretty!

  3. I love the fabric you used!

    I just made one of these for my Mom for Christmas and I’ll have to try this strap idea for the next one I make, it looks so much easier!

  4. they all turned out so good!!!

    p.s. i’m working on our wine glasses post as we speak!


  5. That is SO COOL.

  6. I have adored this project forever… now just need to set up my assembly line and get to making!

    Visiting from TT&J

    Rhonda @ home.made

  7. those are super cute! I might attempt to make one, might! Since I am a beginner sewer and sewing still scares me.c hehe.

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  9. Anonymous says:

    Do you know the “brand” of that last fabric (the blue and green one). It is so cute!

  10. Thanks, I’m pretty sure it’s a “Joann’s” brand fabric… That is where I got it anyway so if you have one close you could check there :)

  11. Anonymous says:

    How do you finish the belting straps so it looks nice?

  12. I love your casserole carriers! What a great idea! Thank you for sharing. Did you use Armour Etch to etch the names in? Their website says that it will not etch Pyrex. Did you have any trouble with this?

  13. You should check out
    We love them for gifts and for bringing them to cookouts.

  14. I notice your handles are different from the tutorial. How did you do yours? It looks easier.


  15. Where did you get the red printed fabric you used?? I love it!!

  16. You’re a genius. I wish I had found this a few weeks ago, it would have saved me three trips to the car last weekend (the last party I cooked for)!

  17. very nice thank you so much =)

  18. I LOVE these! I love all the prints you choose but the bottom one is my fav! I’ll have it up on my FB later today:)

  19. Thanks for the inspiration! I am totally going to make these for all of my family at Christmas!

  20. Anonymous says:

    I love this!! Do you have a pattern for a round one? (For pies, etc…)

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  22. Hello,
    I have included your great casserole tote tutorial in my 10 Great and Quick Hostess Gifts for Thanksgiving or Hanukkah blog post:
    All the best, Hannah

  23. I love these! I’m on a very tight budget so I wondered if you knew how much it cost to make these?

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  29. I definitely agree, I like the cotton webbing straps. I was hoping you knew how wide the straps are that you used? Also, I notice that “Handmade by Jill” said she used 82 inches of the webbing, that seems like a lot. Is that how much you used?

    Thanks in advance!

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