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WHY can't I download it? I have the latest version of Adobe and I never have had this problem downloading other tutorials. I think I have figured out that it is 3 circles but I would love to get the size needed.

Ana Lopes

I love these tutorial. In my country we usually have that to put bread in the table meals. I use it with cookies when I have friends to have tea.

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Thank you for this great tutorial! I loved making mine...

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Myra Wade

These are so cute! I especially love the one with rick rack, love the material used and the trim just really sets it off. I owned a bed, bath, and kitchen shop in NM back in the late 70s early 80s and we sold these. They were similar to the white one you found in an antique store. If you live long enough, every thing does come back around. As a good example: the pointy toed, high heel pumps you see today. Some of those are exactly like what we wore in the 60s and 70s. Have a great day, everyone!

Beth

Yes, My mom had one and when her white lacy one became butter-stained, she made at least two more (I only remember two). My grandma called it a roll-warmer, but my mom renamed it roll-binkie (for blanket). When she made those, she actually sewed a flap on the top, it was only sewed on one side and kept the rolls warm longer. I only have the white stained one now, I don't know what happened to the ones she made. Thanks for the memories! The BEE one is adorable!

Tania Petry

Adorable. Love the new versions, but absolutely adore the vintage one!

A Facebook User

Just wondering how one would wash and press this once it was used. Do you think that the center folds would be better if eyelets (machine sewn) would be better there and ribbon put through so the whole thing would lie flat for ironing?

Carol

Paula Desmarais

Just love this dinnewr roll holder. Will have to make some for myself and childern.

Berenice

I have an original that I haven't used in years but it was made so you could tie it together in the middle and when not in use it could lie flat in the drawer. It also made it easy to iron because they didn't have a lot of no-iron material 50 years ago.

Linda Murphy

Wonderful tute and love your fabrics. I'll be making some for Christmas gifts and include a recipe for the rolls LOL along with the ingredients....
Thank you!

Carmen Russell

Thank you for sharing this with us this is wonderful i must make this

Vonnie

I only wish there was a pattern for the spacing I could print out, apparently I'm am challenged when it come to making 6th's. Once I get one done I use it for others but if/when I give the last one away "ARGH" it takes me for ever to get it done again. I love them tho, they do make the coolest gifts! Thank you

Gina

Love this! Just made one for my sister-in-law and am looking for excuses to make more. Thanks for the great tutorial!
http://selacava.blogspot.com/2011/11/dinner-roll-holder.html

Myra Connolly

I couldn't get the download for the Vintage Roll Holder. Can you send it in an e-mail?

Whitney W.

This is so cool! Thank you so much for sharing!

Blessedabundantly

TOO funny! About a week ago, a co-worker brought one of these in with mini-muffins in it. I had NEVER seen one before, nor even heard of it. It was made of thin cotton fabric, with a lace trim, and had belonged to her grandmother! I got so excited I traced it off, and wrote out directions for myself immediately. NOW here it is! SO EXCITED! For Christmas I plan on giving a set to my sis-in-laws that include one of these, an apron, and a casserole cover - all from the same fabrics! Thanks for sharing

Dorothy

Thank you for having a pattern I seem to have lost. Mine added ties to the center so it would lie flat. I used them for gifts and everyone really liked the holders for their rolls. Never thought to use one for sewing supplies. Thank you for the ideas and the pattern.

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