You may recall that my to-make list included a casserole carrier. (Or most likely you do not remember.)
Why this is important is that I have appointed myself family maker of the cheesy potatoes. It’s an important job that I take incredibly seriously.
I had all my fabric and Insul Bright waiting for me to get going.
Then I saw the awesome carriers that my sister-from-another-mister Jen at Home in the Country made last week. Put me over the edge. I had to make one, before taking cheesy potatoes to Easter-slash-the day of my birth dinner.
So, after my birthday dinner and six iced teas, I went home and got to working. Here’s the result!
Nice people give their creations as gifts. But as the family cheesy potatoes maker, I have a job to do. And this lovely makes my job prettier.
I will certainly be making more of these in the near future. It was a relatively quick project (2 hours from start to finish) and the second one will certainly go faster.
So, all is right in the world. Cheesy potatoes were transported while staying warm. And I looked darn good doing it.
What do you think?