This Jagged Crochet Water Bottle Holder Pattern uses the Jagged Crochet Stitch. This stitch I discovered while playing around with yarn and it seems to work best in the round! If you’d like to learn how to make it in rows successfully you can check out my Jagged Stitch Scrap Yarn Afghan pattern. Or if you’d like another pattern of this stitch in the round, you can check out the Jagged Crochet Beanie pattern.

 

The Jagged Water Bottle Holder is as textured and beautiful as it is useful! I crocheted this one in two hours. It was made for my daughter to be able to always have water with her when she goes out with her friends this summer. It gets really hot in Israel in the summer time!

 

You can find all my Water Bottle holders in the category Bottle Holders

 

Other Patterns that use this stitch

Jagged Scrap Yarn Afghan

Jagged Crochet Stitch Pattern and Tutorial

Jagged Stitch Beanie

 

 

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Jagged Water Bottle Holder – Free Crochet pattern and Video tutorial

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Jagged Crochet Water Bottle Holder Pattern and Video tutorial

 

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 Color # 4148

 

 

 

 

ABBREVIATIONS

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ch = Chain

sl st = Slip Stitch

YO = Yarn Over

st = Stitch

DC = Double Crochet

FPDC = Front Post Double Crochet

BLO = Back Loop Only

beg = beginning

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

 

 

 


 

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Jagged Crochet Water Bottle Holder Pattern and Video tutorial

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To Start:
Ch 3 and sl st into beginning stitch to form a ring

 

 

 

Round 1

Ch 3 and DC 11 into ring.

Sl st in beg ch 2 (12 sts)

 

 

 

Round 2

Ch 2 and DC in the Same stitch as ch 2.

DC 2 in rest of sts (24 sts)

 

 

 

Round 3

Ch 2 and

*DC 2 into the next st.

Dc 1 into the next st.*

repeat for round. Sl st in beg ch 2 (36 sts)

 

 

 

Round 4

Ch 2 and

DC in the next st.

DC in all sts.

DC 2 in the very last st giving you 37 sts in total

Sl st in beg ch 2

 

 

 

Round 5 – 1st Row of Jagged sts.

Ch 2

 

The Jagged crochet stitch takes up 2 stitches.

The first part of the stitch will be an incomplete FPDC.

 

-So YO and grab up the post of the next stitch.

YO and pull through 2 loops leaving 1 on your hook.

 

Second part of stitch.

-Insert your hook into the next st and pull up a loop.

 

Now complete it like you would any DC.

YO and pull through 2, YO and pull through 2 to finished it.

Then CHAIN ONE. It’s very important that you don’t forget this last step.

 

Repeat the Jagged stitch for the whole round.

You should end perfectly where you finish your last Jagged Stitch and you ch 1 then Sl st in beg ch 2 to end your round.

 

 

 

Round 6

Ch 2 then in the next stitch,

*DC in the BLO.

Then DC into the ch 1 space.* Use the space and not the actual ch itself.

Then repeat for round.

Sl st in beg ch 2 to end your round.

 

 

 

Repeat Rows 5 and 6 until you have 11 complete rows of the Jagged stitch completed or if you’re counting rows then I did a total of 25 rows.

Or you can just stop once you reach your desired size.

 

 

TIP for the repeat of the 5th row.

Something to keep your Jagged stitches aligned and keep you straight.

You’ll always be starting your Jagged Stitch on a DC that’s worked on the BLO and the second part of your stitch will be worked on the DC’s that are worked in the ch 1 spaces.

 

Once you have your Jagged Stitches done then we’re ready to make the Strap!

 

 

 

 

 

The Strap

Row 1

Ch 2 and DC in the next 5 stitches. (6 sts)

Nothing fancy on where to put your DC’s, just make sure you have 6 total stitches.

Ch 2 and turn

 

 

 

Row 2

Ch 2 and DC in next 5 sts.

Ch 2 and turn

 

 

 

Row 3

Jagged stitch twice using the next 4 sts.

DC in ending ch 2.

Ch 2 and turn

 

 

 

Row 4

Using next st *DC in the BLO.

Then DC into the ch 1 space.* Just like you did for round 6.

Then repeat for round.

Sl st in beg ch 2 to end your round.

 

 

Repeat rows 3 and 4

 

 

 

I stopped the repeat of the strap when I reached 49 rows.

Be sure to stop on an odd number because it helps when sewing.

 

You want to turn your Bottle Holder inside out and align the strap as equally as you can to the opposite side. Place markers to hold your strap in place if you need to.

 

 

Ch 1

Then insert your hook into the strap then into the Holder.

Pull up a loop, YO and pull through both loops.

Continue to SC sew your strap using the next 5 sts.

Ch 1 and cut your yarn. Give yourself enough of a tail to hide it with a tapestry needle.

 

Enjoy your summer!

 

 

 

 

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