How to Make a Fabric Bread Warmer

How to Make a Fabric Bread Warmer

I love bread and rolls. I especially love them when they are warm and I can slather sweet Irish butter on them.  What better way to keep your bread and rolls warm than this fabric bread warmer.  This is a super simple sewing project that anyone with basic sewing skills can make in no time at all.  This project only requires a little bit of fabric to make but will add color and function to keeping your bread and rolls nice and warm.  I especially like these for Thanksgiving and Christmas where I can add pattern and color to my dinning experience. 

Choose whatever fabrics you like for this project.  I chose I nice autumn pumpkin fabric for my Thanksgiving table for this tutorial.  I obtained this particular fabric at JOANN Fabric & Craft Stores but you could go to Amazon Fabrics or to get exactly what you need for your holiday or everyday table.  This post contains affiliate links that if you click on them I may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. JOANN Fabric & Craft Stores

What you will Need: How to Make a Fabric Bread Warmer

  • Pattern
  • 18″ x 18″ piece of outer fabric
  • 18″ x 18″ piece of lining fabric

Step 1: cut your Fabrics

Cut two pieces of fabric that measure 18″ x 18″.  Place the the fabrics right sides together and place the half circle pattern on each side of the fabrics. Cut out the half circles.  You will have two pieces of fabric that have 6″ half circles cut on each side.

How to Make a Fabric Bread Warmer
Place the pattern on the fabric
How to make a fabric bread warmer
Cut out the pattern

Step 2: Sew your fabrics

With right sides together sew the fabrics together using a 1/4″ seam allowance leaving an opening on one side for turning.  

Step 3: Turn the fabrics

Turn the fabrics right sides out through the opening you left in the side.  

How to Make a Fabric Bread Warmer
Sew the two pieces together

Step 4: cut your Fabrics

Top Stitch around the entire circumference of the fabric using a 1/8″ seam allowance.  Make sure that you enclose the opening that you left for turning. Once you have top stitched the fabric you have finished your fabric bread warmer.  Place it in a bowl with some nice warm rolls and serve.  

How to Make a Fabric Bread Warmer
Top Stitch


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