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Hemp Crochet Water Bottle - Free Pattern

This crocheted water bottle holder uses dyed 2 ply Hemp. If you don’t have access to hemp yarn you can substitute with a linen yarn of a similar weight.

Crochet Large Water Bottle

This uses approximately 75 grams of hemp yarn.
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Base of Water Bottle

Row 1: Chain 6, Join

Row 2: Ch1, SC in loop formed by chain (20x)

Row 3: Ch1, *SC in next stitch, 2 SC in next stitch,* Repeat to end, Join with Sl. st in first stitch(30 st)

Row 4: Ch1, *2 SC in next stitch, 1 SC, * Repeat to end, Join with Sl. st in first stitch(46 st)

The circumference should be approximately the size of the bottom of the water bottle.

If not, add another row increasing 1 SC every other stitch.

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Sides of Water Bottle

Row 5: Ch2, *1 DC in each stitch.* Repeat to end, Join with Sl. st in first stitch

Row 6: Ch2, 1DC in next stitch, *Ch 1, skip 1 stitch, DC in next stitch, * Repeat to end, Join with Sl. st in first stitch

Row 7: Ch2, 1DC in next stitch, * Ch1, DC in next loop formed by previous chain stitch. * Repeat to end, Join with Sl. st in first stitch

Repeat Row 7 10 times or to the height of the water bottle.

Top Edge of Water Bottle

Ch 2, *1 DC in next stitch, 1 DC in chain loop,* Repeat to end, Join with Sl. st in first stitch

Ch1, 1 SC in each stitch to end. Join with Sl. st in first stitch

Strap

Ch 1, *SC 5 times,* Turn

Ch 1, * SC 5 times, * Turn

Repeat until strap measures 33 inches or desired length.

Join to other side of the bag with a row of SC.

Cut yarn and sew in the ends.

Crochet Small Water Bottle

This uses approximately 50 grams of hemp yarn.

Base of Water Bottle

Row 1: Chain 5, Join

Row 2: Ch1, SC in loop formed by chain (14x)

Row 3: Ch1, *SC in next 2 stitches, 2 SC in next stitch,* Repeat to end, Join with Sl. st in first stitch(18 st)

Row 4: Ch1, *2 SC in next stitch, 1 SC, * Repeat to end, Join with Sl. st in first stitch(25 st)

The circumference should be approximately the size of the bottom of the water bottle.

If not, add another row increasing 1 SC every other stitch.

Sides of Water Bottle

Row 5: Ch2, *1 DC in each stitch.* Repeat to end, Join with Sl. st in first stitch

Row 6: Ch2, 1DC in next stitch, *Ch 1, skip 1 stitch, DC in next stitch, * Repeat to end, Join with Sl. st in first stitch

Row 7: Ch2, 1DC in next stitch, * Ch1, DC in next loop formed by previous chain stitch. * Repeat to end, Join with Sl. st in first stitch

Repeat Row 7 10 times or to the height of the water bottle.

Top Edge of Water Bottle

Ch 2, *1 DC in next stitch, 1 DC in chain loop,* Repeat to end, Join with Sl. st in first stitch

Ch1, 1 SC in each stitch to end. Join with Sl. st in first stitch

Strap

Ch 1, *SC 4 times,* Turn

Ch 1, * SC 4 times, * Turn

Repeat until strap measures 33 inches or desired length.

Join to other side of the bag with a row of SC.

Cut yarn and sew in the ends.

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