It’s cookout season! Which means food, fun, and lots of baking. With this quick DIY tutorial, your next dish can arrive at the party in style!
I’ve seen similar totes floating around Pinterest for a while, and knew I had to try one with Mood’s digitally printed quilted poly. It protects the dish, while also keeping the food insulated, which is nice; and it only took a yard of fabric.
The whole thing is created by two crisscrossing rectangles of fabric. The first is the one that will wrap around your baking pan, so mine was 10″ wide and about 38″ long (which included 4 extra inched to add some Velcro).
The panel beneath that wraps around the long side of the dish, so it measured 12″x34″. Rather than a simple rectangle like the first panel, this one tapers on the ends, with a small section cut out for the handles.
After each panel was finished with a package of Wrights double fold bias tape, the handle tabs were folded down to make loops for the serving spoons. The spoons then become the handles, which is super cool!
The last thing to do was to was to attach both panels, and it was ready to serve!