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Awesome Crochet Bottle Holders Free Patterns

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Summer is certainly the season of adventures and pure fun. Sightseeing, hiking, traveling – we are constantly on the go! Especially now, when the weather gets hotter and hotter, we must remember about proper hydration. It’s a very important thing because dehydration can be dangerous. For today’s mini-collection, we’ve gathered the best designs for Crochet Bottle Holders that you can make yourself! These are beginner-friendly patterns, so don’t worry, you can do it! Just a few basic stitches are enough to create this useful accessory, so try it today. Another cool feature is that you can wear them on the shoulder, or cross-body for greater convenience. It’s all up to you, but above all – it’s fun, so kids will love it! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Coasters and Squares.

Bottle Holder free crochet patterns

Bottle Holder Bag

Hydration is the key, especially in summer months, when the temperatures rise. This simple crochet bottle holder will help you stay on top of your daily water consumption goals. Nicole designed it in such a way that every beginner will be able to make it, so start today!

Skill level: Beginner Author: Nicole Riley

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Crochet Water Bottle Holder 

Double crochet stitches and simple openwork are the basis of Sarah’s design. It’s very easy and quick to make, so save it as a last-minute gift idea. Deep blue works remind me of the ocean, but you should experiment with other colors to find out which one suits you best. 

Skill level: Beginner Author: Sarah Stearns

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Bottle Holder

Oh, can you even handle this dose of pure charm? We must admit that we love absolutely everything about this crochet bottle holder by Heather C Gibbs. Youthful, practical, and so pretty! We can’t imagine our next summer trip without it, evidently.

Level: upper beginner Author: Heather C Gibbs | Keep Calm and Crochet On UK Blog

Crochet Bottle Holder

The original pattern and the photos are on Top Crochet Patterns. More info on Ravelry.

Hugs & Kisses Bottle Holder

Who is in the mood for hugs and kisses? We all obviously are! Do you remember this classic pattern that was interpreted as a blanket and shawl already? This time we can enjoy it as a bottle holder! Pack it for your next holidays by the sea. Jeanne Steinhilber is such a talent!

Level: upper beginner Author: Jeanne Steinhilber

Crochet Bottle Holder

The original pattern and the photos are on The Crochet Crowd. More info on Ravelry.

Peek-A-Boo Water Bottle Carrier

Beautifully textured and yellow as the Sun itself! Simple stitches, wide strap, and lovely details. What else can you dream of? Well, probably about the most sturdy bottle carrier of all time! This one designed by Esther Thompson ticks all the boxes.

Level: upper beginner Author: Esther Thompson

Crochet Bottle Carrier

The original pattern and the photo are on Caab Crochet. More info on Ravelry.

Diamond Mesh Water Bottle Holder

Practical accessories with feminine floral decorations? Yes, please! This bottle holder will be a treat for all the romantic souls out there who enjoy sunsets and long walks by the ocean. Remember to stay hydrated while admiring the beauty of mother nature!

Level: beginner Author: Jennifer Ozses

Crochet Bottle Holder

The original pattern and the photo are on Ravelry.

Pineapple Water Sling

A charming bottle holder for elegant hikers! And other people too! If you are trying to learn a pineapple stitch or if you are already a fan, you are certainly going to like this crochet pattern by the one and only Brenda K. B. Anderson.

Level: upper beginner Author: Brenda K. B. Anderson

Bottle Holder

The original pattern and the photos are on Creative Crochet Corner. More info on Ravelry.

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