Microwave Potato Bag Pattern

I just checked with The Warm Company and they told me I could share the Microwave Potato Bag pattern with all of you.  I didn’t want to upset the “tater” cart, so I thought I’d better check first. 

MICROWAVE POTATO BAG PATTERN 

1. Cut a 23” long x 11” wide piece of Warm Tater cotton and 2 pieces of 100% cotton fabric. One is the lining and the other is decorator fabric.  2. Layer the Warm Tater cotton between the two layers of fabric right sides out. Quilt or tack layers together leaving no more than 5” open.

3. Serge or sew using a zigzag stitch the 3 layers together on all sides.

4. Create finished hems on each of the width ends by folding the fabric to the inside a ½” and sewing it down using a straight stitch.

5. Fold the fabrics into a 11” square inside out with the hems centered and overlapping 1”. Pin and sew all sides with a straight stitch and ½” seam allowance.

6. Turn right side out. Machine wash cold water and dry in warm dryer before use. Enjoy!

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2 Responses to Microwave Potato Bag Pattern

  1. Jan Booth says:

    Thanks for the pattern!

  2. admin says:

    Sorry for the delay in answering, but I was trying to find an answer to your question. At this point all I can say is that maybe it’s because of some kind of residue coming in contact with food. No one I know has washed and dried their fabric so I’m not sure it’s essential.

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