Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Tutorial Tuesday - How to Sew a Tortilla Warmer

It's Tutorial Tuesday and I have a tortilla warmer project for you.

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In addition to the regular sewing supplies, for this project you will need:
  • A plate or some other object measuring 11”
  • 2 pieces of main fabric, cotton, measuring 11 ½” x 11 ½”
  • 2 pieces of lining fabric, cotton, measuring 11 ½” x 11 ½”. I like using a plain fabric with few dyes since this fabric will be touching food
  • 2 pieces of batting measuring 11 ½” x 11 ½”. If you plan on using this warmer for table use only you can use cotton batting. However, if you plan on placing the warmer itself in the microwave please use Wrap-N-Zap batting.
*These measurements are for tortillas 8" and smaller.
*A warmer for 10" tortillas will require the fabric and batting to be 13½” x 13½” and a circle template to be 13".
*For extra-large burrito size tortillas, your circle template will need to be 3" larger than the tortilla. Your fabric and batting will be 3½” larger than the size of the tortilla. 

You can find the video directions here:

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