DIY Reusable Bowl Covers

I made bowl covers for all my bowls that don’t have lids and all of my casserole dishes that don’t have lids. 

I keep them in the drawer where I used to keep plastic wrap so it’s not hard to change the old habit of where I reach. Then I just rinse them off or wash them in the dishwasher or washer after I’ve used them.

Sew these reusable bowl covers for any bowl or casserole dish. These are a great scrap fabric project, and they can be easily washed!

– Waterproof fabric – Measuring and drawing tool – Sewing tools – Bias binding



Flip the bowl or casserole dish upside down on the back of your waterproof fabric. Trace the shape onto the fabric.

Add one to two inches of overlap allowance to the outside of the drawn shape.



Cut out your shapes.

Clip bias binding all the way around the cover. Sew the bias binding onto the cover and leave a two inch gap for inserting the elastic.


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