This is a free crochet water bottle holder pattern that will make your life easier. Carry your essential water bottle around hands-free with this cute crochet bottle holder.
This crochet water bottle holder is another item that I didn’t think I needed before I actually tried it!
We have recently been going on long family walks with our dog Roxy.
The first time we went out for a walk, we cam a little unprepared. However, the walk turned out to be much longer than we initially planned as the weather was just perfect and the surrounding were picturesque!
So, of course everyone got a little thirsty, including the dog.
The next time we went out for a family dog walk, I knew I had to take a bottle of water with me.
And of course, I ended up carrying the bottle in my hands because I just had no other option.
Then it occurred to me, I can actually crochet a water bottle holder I can wrap around my neck or wear it as a crossbow bag!
Problem solved and I am even more happy because this crochet water bottle holder only takes around half hour to make!
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Crochet Water Bottle Holder Design
In oder to whip this crochet water bottle holder up, I kept things pretty simple and straightforward.
I have started with a simple crochet circle that will become the bottom of the crochet bottle holder.
You can completely customise this crochet water bottle holder to the size of the bottle you wish to use it for!
You simply work up the circle so that it is big enough to fit at the bottom of the water bottle.
I have then used the simple Paired double crochet stitch to work around the circle to create the main body of the crochet holder.
And that is all there is to crochet a water bottle holder.
I used a sturdy cotton yarn which will make this practical item strong and durable as I can imagine using this holder for every walk!
Cotton yarn will also absorb any moisture would your water bottle leak or get a little condensation running down the sides.
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- Dishie (worsted weight; 190 yards /174 m per 100g ball; 100% cotton) x 1 ball in Mushroom
- 5 mm crochet hook
- Yarn needle
tension is not crucial for this project as you can easily customise the size & fit
the diameter of the bottom circle measures 2.5 inches/ 6.5 cm
this water bottle holder fits a water bottle of 8.5 inch /22 cm circumference and 9 inch /23 cm height
length of handle – 39.5 inch /100 cm
Stitches And Abbreviations (US Crochet Terms)
ch – chain stitch
hdc – half double crochet
dc – double crochet
pair dc – paired double crochet stitch, 2 dc worked in the space between two stitches, for a tutorial please CLICK HERE
ldtr- linked double treble crochet
sl st – slip stitch
st(s) – stitch(es)
beg – beginning
rnd – round
Crochet Water Bottle Holder Pattern Notes
- the water bottle holder is worked bottom up
- the pattern starts with a circle which becomes the bottom of the bottle holder
- you can customise the size of the finished bottle holder by increasing or decreasing the size of the bottom circle
- the main body of the holder is then worked around the circle in a tube shape
- main body uses paired double crochet stitch which makes it both quick and sturdy pattern
- you can repeat the number of paired dc rounds as many times as you need to reach the desired height of your holder.
Crochet Bottle Holder Main Written Pattern
Start with making a magic circle.
Rnd 1: 2 ch (counts as first hdc here and throughout the pattern), work 11 hdc into the magic circle, sl st to top of beginning 2 ch to close the round. [12 hdc]
Rnd 2: 2 ch, 1 hdc in same st at the bottom of 2 ch, 2 hdc in each st around, sl st to top of beginning 2 ch to close the round. [24 hdc]
Rnd 3: 2 ch, 2 hdc in next st, (1 hdc in next, 2 hdc in next st) repeat around, sl st to top of beginning 2 ch to close the round. [36 hdc]
You can continue increasing the bottom circle until it fits at the bottom of the water bottle.
Main Body of Holder
Rnd 1: 3 ch (counts as first dc), 1 dc in same st, *miss next st, 2 dc in next; repeat from * around until last st, miss last st, sl st to the space between beginning 3 ch and first dc to close the round. [36 dc]
Rnd 2: 3 ch, 1 dc in same space, 1 paired dc around, sl st to the space between beginning 3 ch and first dc to close the round. [18 pair dc]
Repeat Rnd 2 another 10 times or until you reach the desired height of your bottle holder.
Crochet Water Bottle Holder Handle
Row 1: insert hook into 2nd ch from hook and pull up loop leaving it on the hook, (insert hook into next ch, pull up loop and leave on hook) twice, you will have 4 loops on hook, yarn over and pull through 2 loops until 1 loop remains – first ldtr made, work 1 ldtr in next (*insert hook under horizontal loop of previous st, pull up loop and leave on hook; repeat from * 3 times, you will have 4 loops on hook, then yarn over and pull through 2 loops until 1 loop remains), work 1 ldtr in each ch to end. [150 ldtr]
Row 2: work 1 sl st across the top loops of the ldtr stitches to strengthen the strap.
Attach handle to the water bottle holder on opposite sides using needle and yarn.
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