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This free crochet pattern is for a Water Bottle Holder with a Phone Pocket. This pattern is made using normal and linked crochet stitches as well as Dishie yarn from WeCrochet and includes a full video tutorial for the pattern.
It’s finally getting warmer. The flowers are blooming and I feel the desire to go hiking or wandering through the beautiful nature and parts of San Diego. But Springtime in San Diego is pretty much summertime already since we only really have 2 seasons: cold or rainy and warm with lots of sunshine. So that means you need plenty of water when walking around. But nobody likes to wear a backpack or hold their water bottle the entire day when out and about.
How about a Water Bottle Holder with a Phone Pocket. handy, convenient, and of course beautiful and stylish. Add the pocket or remove the pocket, that is up to you. But this handy pattern is easy to crochet and even includes a full detailed video tutorial to make it easy to create your own.
Table of contents
- Combining Linked Crochet and Normal Crochet Stitches together
- Get the PDF of the Water Bottle Holder
- How to crochet the Water Bottle Holder
- Water Bottle Holder Pattern Video Tutorial
- Free Written Pattern for the Water Bottle Holder
Combining Linked Crochet and Normal Crochet Stitches together
The two stitches used in this pattern are normal treble crochet stitches and linked treble crochet stitches (us terms). That means the pattern displays and creates both sturdiness from the linked crochet and laciness from the normal treble crochet stitches.
These stitches are combined in a unique checkboard manner making sure that the water bottle holder can both stretch and provide sturdiness for multiple different bottle sizes. Furthermore, it provides a unique look and style you can’t achieve with just normal or just linked crochet stitches. Only a combination of both will create both style and functionality for a pattern like this.
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Now let’s talk about what the best yarn for this project is, shall we?
Best Yarn for Water Bottle Holders Crochet Patterns
Well, that all depends on what you prefer. I like using really soft and sturdy yarn that can last a long time and won’t stretch too much. So I thought the WeCrochet’s yarn “Dishie” was the perfect yarn for this handy Water Bottle Holder. If you prefer subbing the yarn you can easily use any wool, acrylic, and cotton yarn for this project. Just make sure it’s worsted weighted yarn. I do prefer cotton for this project because water may touch the yarn.
Typically water bottle holders are made with cotton and have some lacy texture so that the bottle holder can fit multiple different types of water bottles.
But not every water bottle holder includes a pocket. Why not? It should!
We all have phones. So let’s add a pocket so we don’t have to stuff our phone into our pants pockets, which for women is mostly too small anyways.
Get the PDF of the Water Bottle Holder
So, let me now give you the supplies you need in order to crochet this handy pattern.
This pattern is also available as an ad-free, printer-friendly pdf pattern that can be purchased at the links below for only a small fee.
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How to crochet the Water Bottle Holder
Materials you will need
- WeCrochet “Dishie” Yarn (1 skein/ 100g/ 190yd)
- Mint (1 skein)
- 4.00 mm hook
- tapestry needle
- optional Loose Leaf Rings (1 inch)
5 sts x 1 row = 1 square inch
6.5 (height) x 5 (wide) inches (width measured flat)
Stitches used in the pattern
Learn all the basic crochet stitches HERE
- sc = single crochet
- tr = treble crochet
- ltr = linked treble crochet
- sl st = slip stitch
- ch = chain
- atc = alternative turning chain (3 sc stacked = 1 tr = ch 4)