Microwave bowl holders free pattern

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When winter comes around, our dinner menu changes a bit.  I tend to add a lot of soups to the menu.  Not just because they are tasty, but because a big pot a soup can make two or three meals in our home.

And when I can pull out a pre-made meal from the freezer, I'm a happy camper.  But heating up that meal can be a bit of a challenge.  We don't always have time to set a frozen soup on the stovetop and let it thaw.

Sometimes it is easier to use the microwave to heat the soup.  That is why I am loving the microwave bowl cozy pattern.

Sew your own microwave bowl cozy with this free soup bowl cozy pattern.

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***Disclaimer*** 

Sew Simple Home is not responsible for issues that may arise from using your own Microwave Bowl Cozy.  Please make sure that ALL materials are made with 100% cotton including fabric, thread, and batting.  Do not use cozy for more than 4 minute intervals to avoid scorching of any kind.  You are at your own risk when creating and using.  Do not leave unattended when in use.

I can put frozen, canned or leftover soup in a bowl, set in the cozy and microwave.  My kids can pull them out of the microwave with now problem.

Or I can heat up my lunch and put it in the microwave bowl cozy and enjoy reading a book by the fire or chatting on the couch without burning my fingers or having to use a dirty pot holder.

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These diy bowl cozies are actually very simple to make.  Plus, they are great gifts for friends, family and even teachers.

Just like the Microwave Potato Sack, make sure that you use only 100% cotton materials, batting and thread.  Anything that goes in the microwave needs to be cotton.  Polyesters and other synthetic fibers will melt or burn in the microwave.

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Even cottons can burn if they are heated for more than 3-4 minutes in the microwave.  So make sure to watch your microwave if you place the cozy in it.

You don't have to heat the cozy if you'd rather not.  You can just heat your soup first and use the cozy more like a pot holder to keep the heat from scorching your table tops or hands.

Want the entire Microwave Bowl Cozy Pattern and full step by step photo tutorial and none of the hassle?  Grab it for $3.75 in our Etsy Shop. No need to access the internet each time you want to make your own.

Sew your own microwave bowl cozy with this free soup bowl cozy pattern.

I'd also recommend washing your fabric before sewing.  Since 100% cottons shrink.  Otherwise your cozy will shrink and the dimensions will be off.

Ultimately, you can use the microwave bowl cozy pattern however it suits you best.  Now let's get you sewing.

How to Make Microwave Bowl Cozy

Materials Needed

microwave bowl cozy free pattern

Step 1

Cut out 2 bowl cozies in the cotton fabric and 2 in batting.  Place one batting piece on a flat surface and one cotton fabric over the top with the right side up.  

Stitch a crisscross pattern from one corner of the cozy to the other.  Repeat across the other side.


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Step 2

Fold the right sides of one of the v-shaped openings together.  Stitch from the point to the ends to create a dart.  Repeat with all of the v-shaped openings.




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Step 3

Trim down each of the darts to remove the bulk.

Repeat steps 1-3 with the remaining cotton  and batting piece.


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Step 4

With Right Sides Together (RST), place the two bowl cozy pieces together.  Matching the pointed edges and darts.  Pin in place.

Mark a 2" opening with pins on one of the straight edges.

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Step 5

Stitch around the bowl cozy at 1/4".  Making sure to leave the 2" opening. 

Trim down the corners and edges to reduce bulk.



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Step 6

Turn the cozy right side out through the 2" opening.  Press.


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Step 7
Pin the opening closed.  Topstitch around the entire cozy.  Press.

That's it!  Now place your favorite bowl inside the cozy and enjoy a yummy bowl of soup.

Plus, you can launder your Microwave Bowl Cozy, just like you would the  DIY tortilla warmer, by throwing it into the washing machine.  Just make sure to line dry it so it doesn't shrink.


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Want the entire Microwave Bowl Cozy Pattern and full step by step photo tutorial and none of the hassel?  Grab it for $3.75 in our Etsy Shop. No need to access the internet each time you want to make your own.

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Sew your own microwave bowl cozy with this free soup bowl cozy pattern.

Sew your own microwave bowl cozy with this free soup bowl cozy pattern.


***Disclaimer*** 

Sew Simple Home is not responsible for issues that may arise from using your own Microwave Bowl Cozy.  Please make sure that ALL materials are made with 100% cotton including fabric, thread, and batting.  Do not use cozy for more than 4 minute intervals to avoid scorching of any kind.  You are at your own risk when creating and using.  Do not leave unattended when in use.

Sours: https://www.sewsimplehome.com/2021/01/free-microwave-bowl-cozy-pattern.html

Sew this: Soup Bowl Cozy – Free Pattern

View File to PrintHow many times have you burned your fingers or hands lifting a bowl from the microwave or carrying a piping hot bowl of soup from the stove to the table? Probably as much as we have. Here’s an easy-to-make solution to burnt fingers and spilled soup. This project was created by Irene and Gabrielle at the Gresham Craft Warehouse. This project takes about an hour.

Supplies to make one (1) soup cozy.

  • 2 – 10” square pieces of 100% cotton fabric
  • 2 – 10” square pieces of Wrap and Zap Natural Cotton Batting*
  • Scissors or rotary cutter and mat
  • Pen, pencil or other marker that won’t show through your fabric
  • 100% cotton thread
  • Sewing Machine
  • Ruler
  • Optional but helpful is a walking foot for your sewing machine.

 

*We also recommend Warm Tater or Warm and Natural Plush (as long as it is scrim free).  

Warning: Do not use insulated batting as it contains metal. You must use all 100% cotton. Anything other than 100% cotton can catch fire in the microwave. Do not use fabrics with metallic thread, glitter, or pearl fabrics.

Before you begin this project, please read all instructions and assemble the supplies. 3/8” seam allowance is used for this project.

This will make one soup cozy holder for a normal size soup or cereal bowl, about 20” in circumference.

 

Directions:

Do the following steps with each piece of batting:

1. Fold the batting in half; make a small mark to show the center on each side.  Now fold the batting in half the other way, and make a mark to indicate the center.  Take the ruler and draw vertical and horizontal lines.  It should look something like this (diagram 1)

diagram 1

2. Take the ruler and draw lines across diagonally from each corner (diagram 2).

diagram 2

3. You will now create a “dart” on the vertical and horizontal lines (diagram 3).

diagram 3

4. Measure one (1”) inch from away from the vertical line on both sides at the top of the line and the bottom of the line.  Make a small mark.  You will be connecting this up soon.

5. Measure down 2 ½ inches make a mark.

6. Now do the same with the remaining lines.

7. Using a ruler, draw a line from the 1” mark to the 2 ½ inch mark.

8. Do this to create 4 darts on each piece of batting.

9. Place the batting on the wrong side of the fabric with your drawn lines showing and pin to hold the layers.

10. Sew all the diagonal lines first, then make the dart lines.  To make the darts, fold the fabric and batting so the 1” lines match up and pin, making sure that the dart lines also match down to the dart, pin again.  Sew on the dart lines.  Do this for the remaining three other darts.  (The horizontal and vertical lines are not sewing lines, they are to help make the darts.)

11. To reduce the bulk,  trim approximately ¼” from each dart sewing line.  Do this for all darts.

12. Put the two batting/fabric pieces right sides together.  Mark a small mark or use two pins to indicate the start and stopping sewing points, leaving about a 4 inch opening in the middle of a side.  This is where you will turn the cozy right side out.  Back stitch at the beginning and end.

13. Clip almost to the seam at approximate 1 inch intervals.  This will help ease the turning to right side out.

14. Turn right side out.  Tuck the seam allowance from the turned part in and pin in place.   Press both sides of the bowl.   Top stitch 1/4” from the edge all the way around the soup cozy.   You may hand or machine stitch the opening closed if you aren’t confident that the edges are secure inside the top stitching.

**Change it up, use leftover charm squares, an orphaned block, or a crazy quilt block.

Tip: If you would like to make these larger, simply make the squares of fabric and batting larger. 12″ or 14″ is good. Darts can be made deeper, but we recommend no larger than 1/2″ unless your squares are bigger than 14″.

 

Sew up a Soup Bowl Cozy. Free Pattern from Craft Warehouse

Sours: https://craftwarehouse.com/sew-this-soup-bowl-cozy-free-pattern/
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Free Soup Bowl Cozy Pattern

Download this Project

Designer: Lindsay Mayland of Happy Hour Stitches

Materials for One Bowl Cozy:

  •  2--10" squares of fabric
  • 2--10" squares of batting (We used Pellon's Wrap N Zap.)
  • Air- or water-soluble marking pen

Finished bowl cozy: fits a 6″-diameter bowl with a little room to spare.

Note: If you plan to place your soup bowl cozy in the microwave, only use 100% cotton fabric, batting, and thread. Anything polyester or metallic with set on fire. If you use a batting that you're unsure about, you can still use it to hold hot bowls — just don't heat it in the microwave with the bowl. Transfer the bowl to the cozy after heating.

Size Options:

You can make this bowl cozy in different sizes by simply changing the size fabric and batting squares you start with, as well as the dart measurements (step 3, below).

  • 9″ squares; put darts 1″ across and 2″ down (snuggly fits 6″-diameter bowl)
  • 12″ squares; put darts 1″ across and 2.5″ down (8″ bowls)
  • 15″ squares; put darts 1″ across and 3″ down (12″ bowls)

Assemble the Soup Bowl Cozy:

1. Layer each fabric square on top of a batting square. Pin around the squares.

2. Machine-quilt an X through each fabric/batting square.

3. Fold one fabric/batting square in half with batting side out. Using a marking tool, mark a dot one inch from the fold and two inches from the top. Draw a line between them.

4. Repeat Step 3 on the bottom corner of the folded square.

5. Sew along both drawn lines. Trim seam allowance to 1/8" to prevent bulk.

6. Fold the fabric/batting square in half in the opposite direction (so the sewn darts are touching each other), and mark the fold edge one inch from the fold and two inches from the top and bottom. Draw a line between them.

7. Sew along both drawn lines. Trim seam allowance to 1/8" to prevent bulk.

8. Open the square. It should sit up like a bowl.

9. Repeat steps 3-8 with second fabric/batting square to make a second bowl shape.

10. Turn one bowl shape right side out.

11. Layer both bowl shapes with right sides together, making sure to align corners and side seam lines.

12. Sew around the edges of the layered bowl shapes with a 1/4" seam allowance. Leave a 3" opening along one side for turning.

Note: If your machine is having trouble sewing through all the layers in this project, you have a few options to help. You can cut the batting squares at 9.5″ square and center them on the fabric 10″ squares before sewing. This will eliminate extra batting bulk in the seam allowance. You can trim the seam allowance to 1/8″ before turning and topstitching to eliminate bulk in the seam allowance. You can also try sewing with a walking foot to more easily glide over the layers when sewing.

13. Turn the bowl right side out through the opening. Push out corners.

14. Topstitch around the edge of the bowl, turning the opening in for a 1/4" seam when you get to it.

Note: The bowl cozies are completely washable. Wash in cold water, then lay the cozy flat to dry. If you'd prefer to dry it on low in the dryer, you can use an iron and a little steam to reshape the cozy.

Sours: https://www.allpeoplequilt.com/bags-pillows-gifts/gifts/free-soup-bowl-cozy-pattern
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