Crochet Water Bottle Holder Patterns
It is very important to stay hydrated during the warm summer months. These crochet water bottle holders will help you carry your water with you when you are on the go. Just slide the carrier over your shoulder, attach it to your purse, or stroller and enjoy the beautiful weather!
I have included free crochet patterns for water bottle carriers below. I have also included a great pattern at the very end for a mason jar water bottle cozy, which has a strap, for those of you who prefer to use your reusable pint-size canning jars over plastic bottles.
These practical crochet patterns make fun carriers for your water bottles. They also make great gifts for friends and family and will fit many different sizes of containers. You can also customize the length of the strap so you can wear them as a cross-body carrier or just sling them over a shoulder.
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Free Crochet Water Bottle Holder Patterns
During the summer it is important to stay hydrated. I’m constantly giving my children their water bottles to take with them when they go to play outside. They tend to forget to come home for a drink during play-time.
Water bottle bags are a smart solution for this. You can easily whip up a couple of these to give to your children to carry their water with them on the go.
Or if you are going for a walk or a day-trip it is a much easier solution than carrying the bottles in-hand. There are a few different styles included below and some are sized for specific types of bottles.
All patterns included are available for free. Scroll to the end of the post for the how to make a water bottle holder video tutorial.
What a Mesh Bottle Holder Pattern
The What a Mesh Bottle Holder Pattern by Goddess Crochet is available in Small, Medium/Large sizes. It is crocheted in the round from the bottom, up to the top with simple stitches like the double crochet stitch. You will need medium weight yarn and a 5 mm (H) crochet hook.Read More
Simply Scrappy Water Bottle Holder Pattern
The Simply Scrappy Water Bottle Holder Pattern by Pia Thadani is crocheted with DK Weight Yarn and a 5 mm (H) hook. You will also need a tapestry needle. The bottom diameter of the holder is approximately 3 inches and you can customize the height easily.Read More
Hugs & Kisses Bottle Holder Pattern
The Hugs & Kisses Bottle Holder Pattern by Jeanne Steinhilber for The Crochet Crowd is one of my favorites. This project is crocheted with medium weight cotton yarn and a 5 mm (H) hook. I love the texture of the stitches which were used to make this holder.Read More
On the Go Crochet Water Bottle Carrier Pattern
The On the Go water Bottle Carrier Pattern by Lindsey Dale creates a water bottle holder has a convenient handle that can be attached to your purse, backpack or stroller. Smart right? You will need medium weight yarn  and a 5.5 mm (I) hook for this project and Lindsey includes instructions to help you create a holder to fit different sizes of bottles.Read More
Water Bottle Cozy Pattern
The Water Bottle Cozy Pattern by Katie's Crochet Goodies is crocheted in medium weight cotton yarn with a 5.5 mm (I) hook. This pattern uses simple stitches: slip stitch (sl st), double crochet (dc), single crochet (sc), chain (ch); back loop only (blo) and starts with a magic ring.Read More
Tutu Thirsty Pattern
The Tutu Thirsty Pattern by Heidi Yates is simply adorable! The written pattern instructions include the optional tutu and the finished carrier measures 11 inches tall by 5 inches wide (when flat).Read More
Rainbow Crochet Water Bottle Holder Pattern
The Rainbow Water Bottle Holder Pattern by Erica Fedor is easy to crochet and creates a great cross-body water bottle holder. The finished holder measures 6.75 inches height and 9.5 inches circumference. The strap length is 43 inches and can be easily customized to other lengths. You need worsted weight yarn and a 5 mm (H) hook.Read More
Granny Square Water Bottle Holder Pattern
The Granny square water bottle holder pattern by Fran Mori is genius. It includes a great granny square pocket to hold your phone (or your debit card). You need DK Weight Yarn and a 3.5 mm (E) hook.Read More
Water Bottle Bag Pattern
The Water Bottle Bag By Marty Miller for Plymouth Yarn is available on the favecrafts site. This pretty water bottle bag measures 3.5 inches wide by 4.5 inches tall. The strap is 25 inches long. You will need DK Weight Yarn and a 3.75 mm (F) hook. This holder has a cute little tassel on it!Read More
O-Ring Water Carrier Pattern
This fantastic O-Ring Water Carrier Pattern by Carlinda Lewis uses a old-fashioned O-ring to attach a simple crocheted strap to your water bottle! This is a great idea AND a fantastic idea for a beginner crochet project. Take a look here:Read More
Mason Jar Water Cozy Pattern
This Mason Jar Water Cozy Pattern by Kim Payne will fit a glass canning jar. This project requires medium weight yarn  and a 3.75 mm (F) hook. The cozy fits a pint size canning jar. You will also need a hair elastic.Read More
Celtic Bottle Bag Pattern
The Celtic Bottle Bag was designed by Maria Bittner. It includes two options for the finished design. The finished bottle bag is perfect for large bottles and has a handle to carry by hand. The bag measures 10 inches circumference X 13 inches height.Read More
Eclipse Bottle Holder Pattern
The Eclipse Bottle Holder was designed by Heidi Yates. This free bottle holder is crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn and a 5 mm (H) and a 5.5 mm (I) crochet hook. For larger bottles, approximately 32-34 oz use a 5.5 mm hook and for up to 20 oz bottles, use the 5 mm crochet hook.Read More
Jute Force Canteen Carrier Pattern
This beautiful Jute Force Water Bottle Carrier was designed by Kirsten Holloway. This water bottle holder is strong and durable. You will need Jute Twine and a 5 mm (H) crochet hook for this project.Read More
Water Bottle Sling Pattern
This quick to make Water Bottle Sling was designed by Jessie Rayot. It fits the average 16 oz water bottle and lots of refillable bottle sizes. The project is crocheted with a 3.75 mm (F) crochet hook in glow in the dark yarn.Read More
Water Bottle Holder Pattern
This Water Bottle Holder was designed by Erica Dietz. It holds both 16.9 oz and 20 oz bottles and was crocheted with Medium Weight Cotton Yarn and a 5 mm (H) hook. This project is crocheted in rounds using half double crochet stitches.Read More
Rippling Waves Bottle Bag Pattern
The Rippling Waves Bottle Bag was designed by Tera Kulling. This project is fast and fun to make. This project was crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn  and a 5 mm (H) hook. This project uses primarily half double crochet stitches (hdc) and is crocheted in rounds that are joined with a slip stitch.Read More
Little Sweet Treats Pocket Bag Pattern
I love this Little Sweet Treats Pocket Bag that was designed by Heidi Yates. It reminds me of popsicles I used to get from the Dickie Dee when I was a child. The project calls for Worsted Weight Yarn  and a 5 mm (H) crochet hook.Read More
Stainless Steel Water Bottle Sling Pattern
The Stainless Steel Water Bottle Sling Pattern was designed by Tamara Kelly. You can make this easy water bottle sling with Medium Weight Kitchen Cotton Yarn and a 5.5 mm (I) hook. The free pattern includes a photo tutorial.Read More
Sock Monkey Water Bottle Cozy Pattern
Super cute, this Sock Monkey Water Bottle Cozy Pattern was designed by Sara Sach. You will need Medium Worsted Weight Yarn  and a 5 mm (H) hook. This fun project includes a video tutorial.Watch the Video Read More
Zig Zag Zoom Bottle Cozy by Tamara Kelly
The Zig Zag Zoom Bottle Cozy Pattern was designed by Tamara Kelly. This is a great scrapbuster project and is crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn  and a 5 mm (H) hook. A photo tutorial is included and extra size options are now available and linked in her post.Read More
Hi Kinli. Which pattern? This post includes 10 free pattern links, not an actual written pattern 🙂 It would help my readers know which one did not work well from the list. Thanks! Rhondda
This crochet pattern did not work for me it was very difficult and hard to understand
Great variety, one for everyone in my circle.
Love how easy these were to work up!!