How to make a Casserole Carrier

I stumbled upon a new to me blog through Pinterest. It is called, “Sew Many Ways.” I have been hopping around her blog for the last two days checking out all the cool ideas she has shared about organizing, DIY projects, and DIY crafts. I came across a post for making a casserole carrier out of place mats and had to share it with my readers. I am tempted to make one out of fabric because I don’t have any place mats that I want to sew together. 🙂

She has instructions for a loaf pan carrier and for a rectangular dish too.

Here is the link to her post on how to make these cool casserole carriers.

 

Tutu’s, Hair Bows, Baby Quilts, and More!

I went to North Carolina the first week of February. Laura, (One of the 2 best friends I have known since 7th grade) had to have surgery. Where she lives she has no family to help her around the house so she could rest. She has two kids and I knew that she would do way more than she was supposed to. She had two baby quilts waiting for me to quilt while I was there. I forgot to get a picture of the first one. I’ll have to have her email one to me. This one I brought home with me and free motion quilted last week.

This picture was with the flash on. I quilted it with a simple loop pattern all over.

I also finished making a Kindle cover today for a friend at church. I asked her what color she said it didn’t matter as ling as it was girly. The inside is a pale pink with white polka dots.

I also sewed a tutu on to this size 3T tshirt.

I sewed a tutu on a onesie but I think I sewed it too high up. A girl from church is gonna try it on her toddler to see how far I need to come down with it.

This is a hair bow I made that is for sale on Etsy.