Insulated Bowl Holders

from Rick Rack and Polka Dots

Insulated Bowl Holders Pattern


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Sewing: Insulated Bowl Holders
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Insulated Bowl Holders Small Bowl Holder
Insulated Bowl Holders Large Microwave Bowl Holder
Insulated Bowl Holders All 3 Sizes Stacked
Insulated Bowl Holders Easily Stack & Store all 3 Sizes

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic measuring, pinning and sewing seams.
  • Detailed instructions and illustrations are included in the pattern that walk you through the holder's construction, step by step.

Pattern Description:

These bowl holders are so much fun to make. You will want to make several for yourself and others in all 3 sizes. They stack and store easily and are very handy in the kitchen. They are not intended to cook in, but are perfect for holding hot bowls that have come out of the microwave. They also will protect your hands from cold foods (like ice cream) as well.

The pattern includes detailed instructions and illustrations that guide you through easy construction. You will be amazed at how quickly you can make these holders.

It's fun to personalize, based on your fabric selections and very versatile as holders are reversible.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Small bowl holder - holds cereal bowl
  • Medium bow holder - fits large soup bowl
  • Large - Fits 9"-10" bowl


  • Fabric for outside of bowl and lining - 1 yard will make multiple bags - specifics in pattern
  • Sewing Machine

You Will Also Need:

  • Misc. Sewing supplies, i.e., pins, thread, etc.
  • Ruler
  • Marker

About Designer

About Designer

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Ever since I was a little girl, my passion has been sewing. I love to work with fabric and enjoy quilting, embroidery, as well as garment sewing. My goal is to provide easy-to-follow patterns that are fun to make, informative, and "simply sewn". I like to share ideas and projects on my blog at as well as through my patterns and the classes I teach. Thank you for your ...

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