If your anything like me, in the summer you ALWAYS have a water bottle with you when you leave the house. Why not do it in style! This is the easiest crocheted bottle holder you’ll ever make!

 

This crocheted bottle holder is so easy! Plus the cotton \ acrylic yarn makes it the perfect material for dealing with wetness! The cotton give the material extra strength and it’s absorption of water but acrylic doesn’t absorb so well, so it’s perfect for condensation on those ice water bottles you may use it in. Also the acrylic in the yarn gives the bottle holder just the right amount of stretch. Great for the beach or everyday use.

 

You can find more things like this under the category Bags and Purses

 

Fancy Bottle Holder – Free Crochet Pattern

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For this project you will need:

HOOK: 4 mm hook or size G hook for the US

 

YARN: The yarn I used is from Alize Cotton – club cotton gold – baltik

You’ll only need one skein for this pattern.

Yarn ply – Sport (12 wpi) US \ 4 ply UK \ 5 ply AUS

Weight: 100 grams \ 3.5 ounces

Length: 330 metres \ 360 yards

Composition: cotton 55% acrylic 45%

 

Tapestry Needle (to hide tails)

 

 


 

ABBREVIATIONS

ch = Chain

sl st = Slip Stitch

st = Stitch

sk a st = Skip a stitch

beg = beginning

YO = Yarn Over

FPDC = Front Post Double Crochet

SC = Single Crochet

DC = Double Crochet

Double Crochet attachment


Repeat what’s in between * for rest of round.

 

 


 

 

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To start

Ch 4 and sl st in 1st ch to form a ring.

 

 

 

 

Round 1

ch 2 and DC 15 in the ring. The ch 2 counts as a st. sl st in beg ch 2 to end round. (16 sts)

 

 

Round 2

ch 2 and DC into same st. Dc 2 in all stitches to increase your sts to 32 total. sl st in beg ch 2 to end round.

 

 

 

Round 3

ch 2. FPDC onto the post of the ch 2 from previous round. * Sk a st and dc 2, ch 1, dc 2 all into the next st. sk a st then FPDC onto the post of the next st. *

Repeat for the round. sl st in beg ch 2 to end round.

 

 

 

Round 4

ch 2. FPDC onto the FPDC from previous round. * dc 2, ch 1, dc 2 all into the next st. sk a st then FPDC onto the FPDC. *

Repeat for the round. sl st in beg ch 2 to end round.

 

Repeat round 4 for 22 more rows. (or desired length)

 

 

 

 

THE STRAP

 

Round 23

After you sl st into beg FPDC on row 22, ch 2 and DC 2, ch 1, DC 2 into peak as usual. Then DC in DC instead of the usual FPDC. For strap we will not be using FPDC, only DC’s. CH 2 and turn.

 

 

Rows 24 – 46 so for 22 rows create this one side of the strap.

 

 

Row 47

(For last row) ch 2 and turn. Skip 1st dc on your peak st and sc in next 3 DC’s. Skip last DC of your peak st and DC in ending ch 2. CH 1 and cut your yarn.

 

 

Now you want to skip 3 sections and in the 4th section attach your yarn back using a DC attachment. Or a sl st and ch 2. Then repeat what you did for rows 24 – 47 for this side of strap. But before cutting your yarn, this time you’ll need to sew your straps together. I used single crochets for this. Make sure you turn your straps toward the back so the stitching won’t show after your done sewing.

 

 

 

Going through the loops of both rows – sc in dc, sc in 3 sc’s, sc in ending ch 2 and ch 1 and cut your yarn. Hide all your tails

 

 

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