Added Oct 26, 2011
I’ve been wanting to make this “pie bag” for a long time, but I thought: I’d never use it…
Until last weeks, I had to bring cakes to work twice!
So I decided to make it. The “St Paddy’s day” fabric was the only fabric in my stash I knew I wouldn’t use for clothing (I bought it to make boxer shorts to my boyfriend, but he says he has too much!!!), so I used that… It’s not the cute kitchen style, but I like it anyway.
The original tutorial (in french) is here
I translated it in english (see instructions).
I made it exactely the size of the tutorial, and it’s quite big (I could put in a 33cm/13" wide plate), but as I have a small hoven, I have a small pie mold, so I added little scratches to the handles.
I also thought of a button and a loop in between the handles, it would be cute!
I think it would make a great gift… Keeping the idea in mind for Christmas!
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