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[Early Access] Crochet a Water Bottle Carrier Sleeve for a 64 oz. Bottle

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Hello Crafties!


If you like to stay hydrated as much as I do, you probably own a water bottle or two. I personally move a lot and enjoy having a good amount of water on hand while I'm out and about. In September, I invested in a Coldest 64 ounce water bottle because I was tired of always running out of ice in my old ones or having them break. Let me just say, this bottle is by far the best one I've ever had.


I've been able to keep ice in mine for 3 whole days, it's leak proof, it doesn't sweat, and the color is just *chef's kiss*. However, this size bottle does carry a little weight and I just realized that I'd ripped my little carry bag with it . So, I sat up on a free day and stitched up this carrier.


Materials

100% Cotton Yarn (1 ea)


Color A

Color B

Color C


5.5mm crochet hook

scissors

darning needle

stitch markers

fray check



Abbreviations


ch - chain

sc - single crochet

hdc - half-double crochet

extsc - extended single crochet

sl st - slip stitch

*] - Repeat from * to end




Pattern


Round 1: With a magic circle, ch 2 and hdc 11 into the ring. Join the round at the top of the ch 2 with a sl st.


Round 2: Ch 2, hdc into the base of the ch 2. Make 2 hdc into each stitch in the round, join the row to the top of the ch 2 with a sl st.


Round 3: Ch 2, hdc into base of the ch 2, *1 hdc into the next st, 2 hdc into the next st] join the row to the top of the ch 2 with a sl st.


Round 4: Ch 2, hdc into the base of the ch 2. *1 hdc into the next st, 1 hdc into the next st, 2 hdc into the next st] join the row to the top of the ch 2 with a sl st.


Round 5: Ch 2, and hdc into the base of the ch 2. *1 hdc into each of the next 3 sts, 2 hdc into the next st.] join the row to the top of the ch 2 with a sl st.


Rounds 6 - 13: Ch 1, sc into each st around, join the row to the top of the ch 1 with a sl st.


Round 14: Change color; Ch 1 and sc into the base of the ch 1. Sc 1 into each of the next 2 sts. *Make 1 extsc 1 row below in the next st, make 1 extsc 2 rows below in the next st, make 1 extsc 3 rows below in the next st, make 1 extsc 4 rows below in the next st. Sc 1 into each of the next 3 sts.] Close round with a sl st.


Round 15 - 21: Ch 1 and sc into the base of the ch 1. Sc into each st around, close row with a sl st.


Round 22: Repeat Round 14.


Round 23 - 30: Repeat Rounds 6 - 14


Round 31: Change color; Repeat Round 14


Round 32: Ch 1, sc 1 into the base of the ch 1. Sc into each st around, close the round with a sl st. Do not cut yarn.


Pull up a loop as to not lose your stitches. Count over 8 sts from your loop and place a stitch marker. On the adjacent side, place stitch markers 8 sts apart. These will indicate where the strap will go.


Row 33 - 40: Ch 1, sc into the base of the ch 1. Sc into each of the next 7 sts. Ch 1, turn.


Row 41: Change color; Sc 1 into each of the next 2 sts, make 1 extsc 1 row below in the next st, make 1 extsc 2 rows below in the next st, make 1 extsc 3 rows below in the next st, make 1 extsc 4 rows below in the next st. Sc into last 2 sts.