Hello and welcome!
It’s Julia from Inflorescence Designs! I’m so joyful you are visiting today. Today I am going to show you how to make a sandwich wrap. This little wrap comes together really quickly, and it doubles as a placemat while you are eating!
Important Note: HeatnBond Iron on Vinyl and Liquid Vinyl is not certified food-safe for direct food contact. While HeatnBond Liquid Vinyl is nontoxic and phthalate-free, any food items must first be placed in a food-safe wrap, bag or other covering before placing it inside an item treated with Liquid Vinyl.
Quilt Block Sandwich Wrap
Beginner sewing project!
This project is a great way to use up any orphan quilt block you may have lying around or you can make a brand new one!
- Printable Pattern Available
- 12″ Quilt block
- 12 1/2″ Lining Fabric
- Thermoweb Iron on Vinyl: 12″
- Basic sewing notions
- Sew on Velcro: (2) 1 1/2″ pairs
- Oliso Iron
- Ruler, Cutting Mat and Rotary Cutter
If needed, trim your quilt block to 12″ square. Cut out the remaining materials. Next, adhere the iron on vinyl to the right side of the lining piece. Use the paper backing or parchment paper when pressing. Press for 8 seconds on medium heat till the entire surface is completed.
Flip the lining piece over and press for an additional 4 seconds on the back side. Then, trim the lining to 12″ square.
Pin the quilt block and lining pieces wrong sides together and bind the food wrap using your preferred method.
With the vinyl facing up, fold up one corner 5 inches.
Then, fold over one side 5 inches. Continue by folding the other side over 5 inches and finally folding the top down 5 inches as well. Finger Press the folds.
Stitch the sew on Velcro. Use the photos below for placement.
Need a quilt block to make a sandwich wrap? Check out Therm O Web Craft Room over on Facebook. There are several FREE blocks using different techniques. Each block comes with a corresponding project. The Quilt Block Sandwich Wrap is featured in the group and has its own FREE quilt block pattern to go with it. Hop on over and check it out!
Therm O Web Craft Room
The quilt block featured below is made using a foundation paper piecing technique. You can use StitchNSew Foundation Piecing Stabilizer also seen as EZ Print Quilt Block Sheets.
Thank you for visiting today! Come back soon to see what else will be starting to bloom with Inflorescence Designs!
Starting to bloom by choosing JOY ~ Julia