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Looking for a handy way to carry your water bottle and keep your beverage cold? Use your fabric scraps to make this water bottle holder.
Measure bottle height and width with measuring tape. Add 1" to measurements. Example, if bottle measures 9' around and 8" tall, fabric is cut to 10" X 9".
On a piece of paper, trace bottle bottom. Add 1/2" around the circle.
On fabric, cut 2 pieces of bottle fabric and 2 circle bottoms, cut strap: 3" wide by desired length. This could be 45-55" for shoulder strap. (If the ...
Place batting on wrong side of fabric, stitch batting 1/4 from edge. Securing batting to fabric.
Meet wrong sides together with top and bottom open, stitch 1/4" side seam.
On the bottom edge, make 1/4" clips to stitching. Be careful, not cut through stitching. Take 1 fabric circle and batting circle, place batting on wrong side of ...
Pin circle to bottle cover bottom, using clip to distribute ease. Match right sides together. Stitch bottom to circle.
With remaining fabric rectangle (lining), stitch 1/4" from one side, which is the bottom of the holder. With right sides together, sew sides of holder. Clip bottom 1/4" ...
With wrong sides together, slide lining into cover. Match top edges.
Make strap: fold fabric lengthwise. If using batting, place batting in between the wrong sides. Turn 1/4" on both long sides and stitch close to edges on both ...
On bottle holder, turn 1/4" on top of holder and lining. Sandwich strap between the holder and the lining, placing it evenly on the edge of the bottle. ...
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