It’s time to learn to create easy amazing crochet water bottle holders with these over 15 Free Patterns! These holders are not only stylish but also serve a crucial function – keeping your water bottle at hand during your outdoor adventures or even just a day at the office.
Whether you’re a seasoned crocheter or a beginner looking for a new challenge, making a crochet water bottle holder can be a rewarding and practical project. In this post, I’m going to introduce you to some beautiful crochet water bottle holder patterns that you can make yourself.
The world is becoming increasingly aware of the need for reusable items, and water bottles are no exception. But carrying one around can sometimes be a hassle. Enter the crochet water bottle holder – a fashionable, hands-free solution to keep your hydration close.
Crochet water bottle holders are:
Customizable: They can be made to fit your personal style, in your choice of colors and stitches.
Versatile: They can be made to fit any size water bottle.
Eco-friendly: You can use sustainable yarns to make an environmentally friendly holder.
Best Crochet Water Bottle Holder Patterns
Below, you will find a lot of amazing crochet water bottle holder patterns perfect for beginners. These are straightforward design that uses basic stitches such as single crochet and chain stitch. It creates a snug sleeve for your bottle and a comfortable strap for carrying.
Once you are ready to try some new techniques, these water bottle holders are your go-to! These are giving the holder a beautiful and distinctive texture. These pattern requires a bit more skill but results in a holder that’s sure to attract compliments.
The Roo water bottle holder pattern creates a lightweight, breathable yarn and also a few more skills as you will be attaching the phone pouch. This is ideal for those hot summer days and makes for an impressively intricate-looking holder.
Tips and Tricks for Crocheting Water Bottle Holders
Yarn Choice: Consider using a cotton or cotton blend yarn, as it tends to be durable and is less likely to stretch when it gets wet.
Tension: Ensure you maintain consistent tension throughout to make sure the holder is even and fits your bottle well.
Customize: Don’t be afraid to add your own personal touches like adding beads, fringes, or using variegated yarn for a colorful effect.
Straps – For a much stronger strap, you should add a row of slip stitches to prevent over-stretching of your water bottle holder straps.
How to crochet a water bottle holder
Crocheting a water bottle holder is mostly in rounds!
You start from the base – make sure to check this with your desired bottle before proceeding.
After making the base, you then stop increasing and only add more rounds in your desired crochet stitches until you have your desired height.
The straps – which can be one or two is then made and joined to the body of the water bottle holder.
How long should the strap of my water bottle holder be?
This varies with individuals. You can make your strap as short as 5″ which will be clipped on your backpack or purses. The straps can be 10 – 40″ long to allow you to hold or carry your bottles around your shoulders or waist.
What is the Best Yarn for Crochet Water Bottle Holder Patterns?
The best yarn to make your crochet water bottle holders in based on my personal experience and years of crocheting is 100% cotton. Examples include 24/7 Cotton.
When choosing a yarn to crochet a water bottle holder, you should consider factors such as durability, stretch, washability, and absorbency. Given these criteria, a few types of yarn stand out:
Cotton Yarn: Cotton yarn is a popular choice due to its durability and ability to hold its shape. It doesn’t stretch out easily and it’s washable, which is important since the holder might get wet from condensation on the bottle. Also, cotton yarn is breathable and absorbs moisture, which can help to keep your water cool.
Cotton Blend Yarn: A blend of cotton and other fibers can also be a good choice. For instance, a cotton-acrylic blend can offer the strength and absorbency of cotton with the lightness and quick-drying properties of acrylic.
This is a quick project that can be completed within 1 hour. I enjoyed making this and seeing the versions by my testers made this project more appealing. it works up pretty quickly and uses just a basic repeat.
Yarn - Any DK-weight yarn can be used.
You can customize this project to fit your water bottles.
Rating - This is a 5 out of 5 stars. Easy to follow the pattern and can be customized.
An easy-to-follow crochet pattern with tips to help when you want to customize this water bottle holder to fit your bottles.
A beginner-friendly pattern and the perfect stash-buster project. This water bottle holder is worked starting at the bottom, working a base, and then adding a mesh pattern up the side of the bottle. The pattern finishes with a strap that is sewn to the other side of the carrier.
Oh, did I mention that if you are looking for a quick project, this bottle holder pattern is your go-to!
Next up is the Hydrate water bottle holder pattern by Patti. I was drawn to this project by Dandelion Dreamers when I saw the name Hydrate. That is the perfect description for its project. While The advice is to keep hydrated, especially in hot weather, this water bottle holder is another reminder.
The finished bottle holder can hold any 16 oz water bottle
Yarn - Made using Fingering weight in about 150 yards.
A quick one-skin project with a long strap enough to carry this across your shoulder.
A perfect gift for Father's Day! I love the texture provided by Jute (Natural Jute) in this project. Using Jute instead of yarn means you get to try something totally different with lots of tips to help if you are using Jute for the first time. You also need only 100 yards of Jute.
The finished measurement of this water bottle holder pattern is 7” tall and it fits fit a water bottle up to 11 1/2” in circumference.
The Trailbrailer water bottle holder by Ninja Bunny Crochet is perfect if you are looking for a video tutorial. This is another one-skein crochet project worked joined rounds. I love that she has provided two choices for the handle/strap, belt clip style or over the shoulder. So you can decide which of the two you prefer.
The finished water bottle holder fits a standard 24 oz CamelBak Reusable Water Bottle.
This project works fast and easy and makes a great gift for anyone who hikes or takes along a water bottle on walks.
Now, if you are looking for a very quick project to make as a last-minute gift item, it is the What a Mesh water bottle holder! It is designed with simple and easy-to-follow crochet stitches and uses less than 100 yards of yarn!
This project can be customized into different sizes by switching your crochet hook sizes!
Let's continue to keep hydrated by keeping water close to us even when we are out of the house. This a reminder by Start Crochet, as she has rightly named her water bottle holder pattern. This is a very easy-to-follow crochet pattern and I had no difficulties at all with this pattern.
For this project, you will need 1 skein of 100% cotton Lilly’s Sugar & Cream in white or color of choice, a US size 7, (4.5 mm) hook.
This Lovely water bottle holder is a hit with my boys! Any kid will love the added accessories made by Khuccay. A super easy project with a rewarding finished water bottle holder and a kid who is cheerful and full of praises! Definitely a win-win project.
With any WOrsted weight yarn in colors of your choice, you can make this project.
The finished measurement is about 6×12 cm (without strap).
Crochet water bottle holders combine functionality with beauty, creating a must-have accessory. Plus, with these patterns, you can tailor your holder to your skill level and personal style. Ready to get started? Grab your crochet hook, pick your pattern, and you’ll be sipping in style in no time.
Don’t forget to share your completed projects in the comments below. We would love to see your creations!
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