Serve-It-Hot Roll Warmer

Annie's Quilting for the Home - - Contents - De­sign by Lynn Weglarz

So easy to sew, so pretty to see! Sew this rev­ersible roll warmer to co­or­di­nate with ev­ery hol­i­day ta­ble set­ting! Sim­ply slip the roll warmer into your pretty bas­ket and serve.


Fin­ished size 16 inches in di­am­e­ter


• 1/2 yard each 2 co­or­di­nat­ing fab­rics

• 1-inch bias-tape maker

• Ba­sic sewing sup­plies and equip­ment


• Cut one 16-inch-di­am­e­ter cir­cle from each fab­ric.

• On the bias, cut 2-inch-wide strips from each fab­ric to make two 55inch lengths of bias tape.

Bias Tape

1. From each fab­ric, po­si­tion two strips at right an­gles to each other with right sides to­gether and raw edges even (Fig­ure 1). Us­ing a 1/4-inch seam, stitch across raw edge. Press seam open and trim tri­an­gles. Re­peat as needed to make 55 inches long.

2. Insert one end of strip through bias-tape maker (Fig­ure 2). Pull strip through sev­eral inches and press. Con­tinue pulling strip through, press­ing as you go.

3. Bring folded edges of strip to­gether, ex­tend­ing one side slightly so it is wider than the other; press (Fig­ure 3).


1. For each cir­cle, po­si­tion a bias strip from con­trast­ing fab­ric around edge of cir­cle with wide side of strip on wrong side of cir­cle. Fold ends un­der at join­ing. Stitch us­ing a zigzag stitch.

2. Layer cir­cles to­gether and fold into eight equal sec­tions; press to mark. Un­fold and stitch on pressed marks to cre­ate eight tri­an­gu­lar com­part­ments for rolls.

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