OMG! I have made bread basket liners and covers for years with counted cross stitch before I got the embroidery machine. BUT never thought about the rice bag. THANK YOU! Wonderful idea.
Maybe use the heat insulated type batting on the cover or the cotton batt with the rice warmer. Hope this helps.:~D
Sorry for the delay in saying thanks!! I got side tracked with the 'recipe' section of 'sewmanyways' site. Again, I'm sorry, but I think my first love would be the food section of this type of blog. This site is new to me, and I will definitely visit it again. THANKS. (I can't wait to make the Sweet Potato Casserole.)
Thank you so much, That is a very nice design for an individual loaf. I never thought of this. You have been helpful. Thanks for the link. ~Carolyn~
Thanks for sharing this site info.:~D
I knew I saw one this morning, but saw your post just now
I have made bread basket liners long before I had a embroidery machine. I may make more and put a design on some. I think I saw a nice "Give Thanks" somewhere.
I have never made one before but have it on my list of things to do this year!!!
Thank you Carolyn for asking this question !!!
and dino for posting the link !
Very nice idea. Last year I made casserole carriers for barbeques and picnics Looked great and works well
Sounds like a lovely gift idea
I've made the rice warmers but not for bread. I make them for personal comfort packs (warm packs) for cancer patients. I have never thought of using them to keep food warm.
I have a neck warmer that I bought at a craft show. It has lavender in it as well. I love it.
I have made these and they sold well at a craft show. I also included a basket from the $ store.
I have never made them before and was interested in seeing photos if you have a picture to post? Would love to see it. Thanks for answering. ~Carolyn~
Sold them all. Don't have photos. But go to www.memories-in-thread.net for instructions for Heated Bread Cloth by Sue Lough
thank you for the link, always looking for new ideas
Thank you for the link, I also found one on embroidery library.
Thanks for the link info. If you don't mind sharing about what did you charge for these? As I'm thinking about making some for a craft show.
Depends on the area your are in and what kind of craft show. I sold all of mine for $12.00 at a farm store that sells craft items plus fruit & vegies.