Are you ready to add a little excitement to your Taco Tuesdays? Well, look no further that with this fun project! Let us learn How To Sew A Tortilla Warmer. Today we will walk together through all the steps needed to make your very own tortilla warmer. Have you ever sat down to eat tacos while all the food is nice and hot only to pull out a cold or room temperature tortilla? It cools down your food and just not fun to eat. Once we have completed this project you will never eat another cold tortilla again, unless you actually like it that way! This is a quick and easy project that can be completed in a short amount of time during your kids nap time, on a rainy afternoon, and even while you sit in silence after the kids have gone to bed.
You do not have to be an advanced sewer to make this tortilla warmer. I loved being able to pick out fun fabric for this project. You can make it festive like I have done or you can cater it to more of your personality or taste. I love making several of these to have on hand for a last-minute gift idea for a friend’s birthday or to take as a host gift. Make Taco Tuesdays fun again with this tortilla warmer. Check out these great Tortilla makers to use to make your tortillas. You will wow your guests not just with warm tortillas but with the accomplishment of making the warmer yourself! Below you will find the supplies needed for this project followed by all the steps. It can look intimidating at first, but slowly we will get through this! Always remember to have fun!
What You’ll Need:
- Free Pattern
- 1 Yard Fabric
- 1 Yard Wrap n Zap
- Thread Clippers
- Sewing Clips
- Thread to match
- Rotary Cutter, Cutting Mat, & Ruler
With this tutorial I have included the pattern. You can just simply print it out on a printer and viola! We have used the wrap n zap in another project and I will add a link for the wrap n zap to the bottom of this tutorial.
How To Sew A Tortilla Warmer
The first thing you are going to do on this how to sew a tortilla warmer sewing tutorial is print and cut out two of the pattern above. Tape the straight side together to make a full circle.
Place circle pattern on the fabric and cut 4 pieces. Lay the fabric down and place the pattern on top and cut around the pattern.
Now you are going to repeat the process with the wrap n zap. Place pattern onto wrap n zap and cut two pieces.
This is what your wrap n zap should look like once you cut out your pattern for the tortilla warmer.
Now on this how to sew a tortilla warmer sewing tutorial, the layering begins to prep for sewing. Place one layer of wrap n zap down, then place one piece of fabric right side up and then another piece of fabric right side down. I like to put a little clip in it to hold the layers together. You will repeat this step with the layering so you have two sets of fabric with the wrap n zap sandwiched between the layers.
Now you are going to clip along the top to about half of the circle. Stitch along the top of the circle from halfway to halfway. Repeat this on the other set of fabric. We are about halfway through this how to sew a tortilla warmer sewing tutorial!
As you can see we have sewn half way down while leaving a 1/4″ seam allowance on the edge. This is so we can insert our tortillas when we are done.
Flip right side in where the right side of the fabric is on the outside. Place the two circles together and clip.
Next on this how to sew a tortilla warmer sewing tutorial, stitch along the bottom of the circles to adhere the two circles together.
Trim off excess and flip this sewn edge to the inside.
And that’s it! You’re done! Now you know how to sew a tortilla warmer sewing tutorial! Now you have an opening that will fit the tortillas inside and easily warm in the microwave or keep fresh ones warm. Make sure to use 100 percent cotton so there are no metals in the fabric to melt in the microwave. Wrap n zap is microwaveable, so if you followed the steps in this tutorial, you are ready to tackle your own taco tuesday! Make a few of these and give them away as gifts!
Did you have fun making this project with us? I know we did! I love being able to be crafty and make something myself. We love hearing from our readers and would love to see what you have made! Like i said earlier I love how quick and easy this project takes. From start to finish you can have a tortilla warmer sewn in about an hour, depending on your interruptions! I like to work on little projects when I have time to sit down and get it done all at once, but as a mother, I know that sometimes working in little snippets of time works too! That is why these tutorials are great! You can go at your own pace and stop when you need to. Don’t let life get in way of your creative side, find a way to join the two together. Have fun sewing this tortilla warmer for your next taco Tuesday.
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How To Sew A Tortilla Warmer
Make this quick and easy weekend project. Perfect for Taco Tuesday or Wrap It Wednesday!
- Print and cut out two of the pattern. Tape together to make a full circle.
- Place circle on to fabric - cut 4. Place circle onto wrap n zap and cut 2.
- Place one layer of wrap n zap down then place one piece of fabric right side up and then another piece of fabric right side down.
- Clip along the top about half of the circle. Stitch along the top of the circle from half way to half way. Repeat this on the other sets of fabric.
- Flip right side in where the right side of the fabric is on the outside. Place the two circles together and clip. Stitch along the bottom of the circles to adhered the two circles together. Trim off excess and flip this sewn edge to the inside.
- Now you have an opening that will fit the tortillas inside and easily warm in the microwave or keep fresh ones warm. Make sure to use 100 percent cotton so there is not metals in the fabric to melt in the microwave. Wrap n zap is microwaveable.
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