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Casserole Carrier

Whip up a carrier that's perfect for transporting casseroles or cupcakes to potlucks. The chicken and egg fabrics are from the Metro Market collection by Ellen Krans for Robert Kaufman Fabrics.

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Assemble Pocket


1. With wrong side inside, fold black egg print 10-1/2x14" rectangle in half, aligning short edges; press to make a 10-1/2x7" small pocket piece.

2. Repeat Step 1 with black egg print 10-1/2x28" rectangle to make a 10-1/2x14" large pocket piece.

3. Place 10-1/2x20" batting rectangle on a flat surface. Layer a black egg print 10-1/2x20" rectangle right side up on batting. Aligning raw edges and overlapping folds by 1", place small and large pocket pieces on black egg print rectangle (Diagram 2); baste. Layer remaining black egg print 10-1/2x20" rectangle right side down atop pocket pieces (Diagram 2). Sew together long edges to make a tube. Turn right side out; press flat.

4. Referring to Diagram 3, mark a line 2-1/4" from raw edges on both ends. Topstitch on drawn lines through all layers to make pocket.

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