DIY Camping Cookware Holder

Bring your next camping cook-out to the next level with this great Brit + Co DIY camping cookware holder. 

What you need

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What you need

  • 1 yard jersey-knit cotton
  • 20 x 25 inches of ½-inch cotton quilt batting
  • 5 grommets, size 4
  • 3 S hooks
  • 1 yard cotton rope
  • Tassel fringe
  • Sewing machine
  • Thread
  • Sewing pins
  • Fabric scissors
  • Hammer
  • Grommet tool
  • Measuring tape
  • Glue gun

Let's Get Started

Step 1

Gather your materials.

Step 2

If not already to size, cut your quilt batting down to 20 x 25 inches. Place on top of your cotton fabric and fold over until completely covered. Make sure there is an inch of extra fabric on the three sides that you will sew (the quilt batting can be flush against the folded side.) Pin to secure.

Step 3

Since you want the quilting batting to stay secure, sew some zig-zags across the jersey. This is a great way to add a design.

Step 4

Fold over your edges twice (a quarter inch each time) to create a clean double-folded hem. Sew all three sides (the folded sided does not need to be hemmed.)

Step 5

Use the excess fabric that you cut off in Step 1 for your utensil holder. Cut to the size you would like. Sew the edges to the jersey with the quilt batting — remember to leave the top open to insert your cookware! Next sew inlet lines to create multiple pockets.

Step 6

Cut two small holes in the top left and top right corners to insert your grommets. Use the grommet tool to secure. Repeat this on the bottom of your utensil holder — this will be for your S hooks. Space them evenly apart so the weight of your cookware and utensils are distributed equally.

Step 7

The rope tassel is simple and fast! Cut four inches of your tassel fringe and hot glue to one end of your rope, then wrap the fringe until you can’t wrap any further. Hot glue to the end of the rope. Repeat to the other end of the rope. This rope is purposefully long to use for both wrapping up your utensil holder and stringing through your top grommets to hang. 

Step 8

Then get ready to show this project off to all of your friends!

Step 9

Voila!

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