It’s taco Tuesday!! We can fully support a tutorial that helps us serve up a favorite main course.
Whether you are a fan of corn or flour tortillas, we can probably all agree that a warm tortilla is the best option. This fabric, microwave-able tortilla warmer helps heat the tortillas then keeps them warm and ready to serve.
If you typically heat your tortillas wrapped in paper towels in the mircrowave or foil in the oven, this fabric tortilla warmer option will help reduce some waste. It’s compact enought to fit inside a kitchen drawer.
Pick scraps that coordinate with your dishware or get extra festive with a jalepeno, fiesta, or Mexican print. Taco Tuesday never looked so good! The tortilla warmer sewing pattern is completely fat quarter friendly too.
Materials to make a Fabric Tortilla Warmer
100% cotton fabric, outside layer
100% cotton fabric, inside layer (choose something without a print/color, because this is the layer that touches food)
100% natural cotton batting (Pellon makes something called Wrap-N-Zap that’s microwave safe)
You can use fat quarters of fabrics for this project along with a small piece of batting, or scraps that are about 12″ x 12″ square. Be sure to customize the size based on your favorite tortilla diameter. Consider using it for pita or flatbread too!