NEW! Wrap-N-Zap Baked Potato Zapper and Veggie Steamer Bag Sewing Tutorial

Pellon Wrap-N-Zap Baked Potato Zapper Microwave Bag and Veggie Steamer Bag Sewing Tutorial on the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

NEW! Wrap-N-Zap Baked Potato Zapper and Veggie Steamer Bag Sewing Tutorial

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Pellon Wrap-N-Zap Baked Potato Zapper Microwave Bag and Veggie Steamer Bag Sewing Tutorial on the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

Celebrate Summer Sewing and stitch a Wrap-N-Zap Baked Potato Zapper & Veggie Steamer Bag! Sew this super-quick sewing project with Pellon’s Wrap-N-Zap Batting and two fun fat quarters!

Use 100% natural cotton batting Wrap-N-Zap™ by Pellon to create this handy potato zapper/veggie steamer. It works in the microwave to help retain moisture for steamy potatoes, veggies, and tortillas! This is a fun sewing project and makes a great gift, too! Make Two bags from two 100% Cotton fat quarter fabrics!

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Wrap-N-Zap Baked Potato Zapper & Veggie Steamer Sewing Tutorial

  • Prewash fabrics and pretreat Wrap-N-Zap batting per instructions on Wrap-N-Zap batting packaging.
  • Cut Fat Quarters and Wrap-N-Zap:
  • Cut one 9″ x 20″ rectangle from outside fabric.
  • Cut one 9″ x 20″ rectangle from lining fabric.
  • Cut one 9″ x 20″ rectangle from Wrap-N-Zap.

Pellon Wrap-N-Zap Baked Potato Zapper Bag and Veggie Steamer Bag Sewing Tutorial on the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

  • Place outer fabric and lining fabric, right sides together, with the Wrap-N-Zap batting to wrong side of lining fabric. Wonder Clip edges together.

Pellon Wrap-N-Zap Baked Potato Zapper Bag and Veggie Steamer Bag Sewing Tutorial on the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

  • Using a fabric marking pen, angle-mark bag top, with diagonal marked lines. Mark from top center to 5-1/4″ down top edge – along both long sides.

Pellon Wrap-N-Zap Baked Potato Zapper Bag and Veggie Steamer Bag Sewing Tutorial on the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

  • Mark a 3″ seam opening – about halfway down one long side.

Pellon Wrap-N-Zap Baked Potato Zapper Bag and Veggie Steamer Bag Sewing Tutorial on the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

  • Using a Rotary Cutter, trim away top corners, along angle-marked lines.

Pellon Wrap-N-Zap Baked Potato Zapper Bag and Veggie Steamer Bag Sewing Tutorial on the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

Note From Team Nancy Zieman ProductionsUse only 100% cotton fabrics, 100% cotton batting, and 100% cotton sewing thread, when sewing the Wrap-N-Zap Baked Potato Zapper & Veggie Steamer Bag!

Pellon Wrap-N-Zap Baked Potato Zapper Bag and Veggie Steamer Bag Sewing Tutorial on the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

Pellon Wrap-N-Zap Baked Potato Zapper Bag and Veggie Steamer Bag Sewing Tutorial on the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

  • Trim seam allowances at corners, and turn bag right sides out – using a Point 2 Point Turner – to make crisp corners.

Pellon Wrap-N-Zap Baked Potato Zapper Bag and Veggie Steamer Bag Sewing Tutorial on the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

  • Fold bottom edge up to about 1″ below angled-top. Align edges and Wonder Clip.

Pellon Wrap-N-Zap Baked Potato Zapper Bag and Veggie Steamer Bag Sewing Tutorial on the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

  • Edgestitch side seams, through all layers, closing seam allowance opening in edgestitching. Backstitch at seams end, for reinforcement.

Pellon Wrap-N-Zap Baked Potato Zapper Bag and Veggie Steamer Bag Sewing Tutorial on the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

IMPORTANT! When cooking any vegetable wrapped in fabric, limit the time to two minute intervals. Pellon® does not recommend cooking on high longer than two minutes. When longer cooking time is needed, stop, turn the item while wearing oven mitts, then start again. Never leave a microwave unattended while cooking. Allow to cool before handling. Use only 100% cotton fabrics, batting, and thread.

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26 Comments

  • BevM
    June 27, 2020

    I would use a Wrap and Zap Bag for microwaved baked potatoes. Hopefully this would keep the in interior of the oven dry instead of steamy.

  • Diane C
    June 27, 2020

    I had one for baked potatoes, but it fell onto the stove burner and well lets just say I need to make a new one! They work great!

  • Margareth C. K. M.
    June 27, 2020

    I would definitely use the Wrap-N-Zap Bag for warming tortillas, steaming broccoli, Brussels sprouts, corn-on-the-cob, green beans, veggie medleys, as well as a bag for warming and using heating pads for keeping food warmer and for muscle aches. Multitasker, indeed!

  • Diane Putzer
    June 27, 2020

    I’d use it for baking potatoes and cooking corn on the cob.

  • Sandra
    June 27, 2020

    I would use the Wrap and Zap Bag as a gift for my 92 year old Daddy. His oven has quit and he could do his potatoes, corn, and cabbage and have less clean up.

  • Bonnye
    June 27, 2020

    I would use the bag to make baked potatoes. I have heard that the potatoes are delicious.

  • Carol T Grimes
    June 27, 2020

    Sounds easy and no clean up.

  • Melanie Eddy
    June 27, 2020

    I would use the Wrap and Zap to teach the beginning 4-Her’s to make microwave bags, when it is safe to teach them in person.

  • Pat
    June 27, 2020

    Never thought to use it for corn. Can’t wait to try it. Will make a few more.

  • Dennis Wm. Small
    June 27, 2020

    I have been recovering from brain surgery 5 years ago and finally have started to remember how to use my still new in the box Baby-Loc sewing / embroidery machine! Yippe Skippe. At 71, there is a lot of catching up to do memory wise, I was a single Home Economics Teacher’s kid who was taught how to both cook & sew (on an old black Singer).
    – Now I have started sewing COVID-19 masks for VA homeless street Military Vets who need them the most in Minneapolis – St. Paul after the riots! Working with a small group of lady Vets to sew a few hundred each week, so many people do not know how to get them and so many stores charge so much ($2-4.00 cheap Chinese versions).

  • Clovis
    June 27, 2020

    I used the Wrap & Zap Bag for my pot holders I made one Christmas.

  • Marge
    June 27, 2020

    I would use it for potatoes. that is, one at a time and stopping the microwave and turning the bag every 2 minutes or less… Made some up in the past and sold some. Had a lady bring one back to me that was burned/singed at another flea market and throw it at me and Say real loudly “What are you going to do about this?” I gave her another one and told her to follow the instructions with this one… She most likely went past the two minutes for stopping the microwave and turning it. I’ve always included the instructions with them when selling them, but, can’t control how the buyer of them uses them and weather or not they follow the instructions to the “T” or the like. I’ve cut back on making them up and selling them because of that experience with that person… She was really boisterous, loud and got many peoples attention with her behavior that day, that’s for sure. Yes, I used everything 100% cotton when making them up. If making up the Microwave Bowl Pot Holders be sure to tell folks not to try using them for the bagged microwaved popping popcorn. One person did so and the results a fire in their microwave… Was advised of same on that, too… One has to really be extremely careful when using any of these type of items in their microwave, that’s for sure…. Especially the two minute warning/stop/wait a half a minute/resume/repeat every two minutes etc…..

  • Carol J.
    June 27, 2020

    Sounds like it would work great for warming muffins, rolls, and other bread items. Good directions.

  • Bridget
    June 27, 2020

    I think I would use the wrap and zap bag for potatoes and corn. Two of my favorite foods!

  • Reggie Geier
    June 27, 2020

    I plan to make these for my grandsons and their wives for Christmas. They are young marrieds and cook in the microwave 90% of the time. They will definitely use them for baked potatoes and veggies of all kinds.

  • Carolyn T
    June 27, 2020

    I travel light and think this smart little bag, plus a snap closure, will be just right for makeup and a toothbrush!

  • Christi
    June 28, 2020

    Great for tortillas or day old bread.

  • Susan Du
    June 28, 2020

    Best tasting sweet corn ever when using a Wrap-N-Zap bag.

  • Dixie
    June 28, 2020

    I would use the Wrap and Zap Bag for baked potatoes. Also would like to try it for corn on the cob.

  • Cecilia H
    June 28, 2020

    This is definitely something I’m going to make for myself and gifts.Great for potatoes, corn, and tortillas.

  • Mary Ann
    June 28, 2020

    I’ve heard so much about the Wrap-N-Zap bag and it would be great to try it for potatoes and corn. Love the fabric used to demo construction.

  • Joyce Penney Schroeder
    June 29, 2020

    My sister made me one and I like it. It will be great to know how to make these so I can increase my ability to prepare quick meals for my family (not to mention quick, easy, and helpful gifts!).

  • Susan
    June 30, 2020

    Would definitely use the Wrap-N-Zap Bag for cooking corn & potatoes in the microwave. Also, would love to make a few for gifts as I think many would find the bag quite handy.

  • Patti Z
    July 4, 2020

    Such a clever idea to use for corn, must give it a try!

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