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20+ Hot Water Bottle Covers & Cozies: {Free Patterns}

Posted By Tipnut On December 1, 2010 @ 6:04 am In Crochet,Knitting,Sewing | 1 Comment

When cold weather hits, there’s nothing like snuggling up to a toasty hot water bottle. Here are a bunch of patterns and tutorials for making covers and cozies for them so they’re even more snuggle-friendly. These are mainly knit and sewing but I found a couple nice crochet ones too. Enjoy!

mypatchwork.wordpress.com

mypatchwork.wordpress.com

Stipple Quilted [1]: So easy to make and customize to the size you need (make the template by tracing about an 1″ around the bottle).

Bold Check [2]: Worked in a bold check design and bright hues, it’s sure to warm the heart.

blueskyalpacas.com

blueskyalpacas.com

canadianliving.com

canadianliving.com

Knitted & Felted [3]: Finished size measures 10″x14″ and can be adjusted if needed. Work on circulars with light to medium worsted-weight yarn.

Quilted [4]: Top is made in a contrasting fabric and features a fun ruffle across the bottom.

mypatchwork.wordpress.com

mypatchwork.wordpress.com

ideasmag.co.za

ideasmag.co.za

Aran & Stocking Stitch [5]: Two different designs to choose from, made to fit bags approximately 26 x 20 cm in size (bag section).

Cabled [6]: Velvet ribbon is threaded around the neck for closure (tied in a bow).

allaboutyou.com

allaboutyou.com

canadianliving.com

canadianliving.com

Fleece Bag [7]: Quick & easy, this is made with double-sided synthetic fleece.

Wool Remnants [8]: Sewn with wool remnants and larger scraps.

marthastewart.com

marthastewart.com

trampledbygeesepatterns.blogspot.ca

trampledbygeesepatterns.blogspot.ca

Trebuchet [9]: Pretty design! Made with dpn or 16″ circular needles.

Bulky [10]: Features a back hole for easy removal.

erica-knits.blogspot.ca

erica-knits.blogspot.ca

made-of-cloth.blogspot.ca

made-of-cloth.blogspot.ca

Easy Hottie [11]: Made with felted wool from an old blanket, jumper, etc.

Penguin [12]: A fun one for the kiddos!

knitty.com

knitty.com

yarnagogo.com

yarnagogo.com

Striped or Cable [13]: Two different designs available, one for a striped version the other for a cable design.

Hoot [14]: Features an owl cable design.

veganknitter.blogspot.ca

veganknitter.blogspot.ca

rachaelrabbit.blogspot.ca

rachaelrabbit.blogspot.ca

Simple [15]: Make this from an old sweater that has been felted.

Child’s Version [16]: This adorable project is made from a hand towel, tutorial is free but pattern for embroidered design is for sale (or whip up your own).

annthegran.com

annthegran.com

hyggenook.com

hyggenook.com

Cable [17]: Knit with a ribbed neck.

Drawstring Neck [18]: Lovely design with a tie-closure at the neck.

prudentbaby.com

prudentbaby.com

thenewnew.blogspot.ca

thenewnew.blogspot.ca

Felted Sweater [19]: (Sewing) Made from a felted old sweater, very easy to make.

Cable Front [20]: Available via pdf download.

ravelry.com

ravelry.com

cocoknits.com

cocoknits.com

Two Sizes [21]: For 8″ x 4.5″ as well as 8″ x 11″ bottles.

Snuggly Heart [22]: A quick and easy project that can be finished with a heart motif or any design you wish using yarn in a contrasting color.

rosmademe.blogspot.ca

rosmademe.blogspot.ca

gluecksfisch.com

gluecksfisch.com

Winterberry [23]: Works up quickly in worsted weight yarn, design features berries and branches.

Haworth [24]: Done in the round from the bottom up in one piece. There’s a buttonband across the back.

ravelry.com

ravelry.com

Also check out this microwave heating bag project [25] (filled with uncooked rice, barley, flax seed, etc.).


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[1] Stipple Quilted: http://mypatchwork.wordpress.com/2009/08/30/stipple-quilted-hot-water-bottle-cover/

[2] Bold Check: http://blueskyalpacas.com/patterns/hot-water-bottle-cozy-free-pattern/

[3] Knitted & Felted: http://www.canadianliving.com/crafts/knitting/knitted_and_felted_hot_water_bottle_cover.php

[4] Quilted: http://mypatchwork.wordpress.com/2011/10/08/quilted-water-bottle-cozy/

[5] Aran & Stocking Stitch: http://ideasmag.co.za/craft-decor/aron-stocking-stitch-hot-water-bottle-covers/

[6] Cabled: http://www.allaboutyou.com/knitting-patterns/knits-for-the-home/hot-water-bottle-cover-knitting-pattern-47498

[7] Fleece Bag: http://www.canadianliving.com/crafts/sewing/fleece_hot_water_bottle_bag.php

[8] Wool Remnants: http://www.marthastewart.com/266745/water-bottle-cozy

[9] Trebuchet: http://trampledbygeesepatterns.blogspot.com/2007/11/trebuchet-hot-water-bottle-cozy.html

[10] Bulky: http://erica-knits.blogspot.com/2009/11/hot-water-bottle-cozy.html

[11] Easy Hottie: http://made-of-cloth.blogspot.com/2010/06/easy-hottie-cover-tutorial.html

[12] Penguin: http://www.knitty.com/ISSUEwinter09/PATTmrpopper.php

[13] Striped or Cable: http://www.yarnagogo.com/bawk_hot_water_bottle_coz/

[14] Hoot: http://veganknitter.blogspot.com/2009/10/hoot-water-bottle-cozy.html

[15] Simple: http://rachaelrabbit.blogspot.com/2008/11/tutorial-simple-hot-water-bottle-cover.html

[16] Child’s Version: http://community.annthegran.com/blogs/memory-book/archive/2010/02/19/keeping-it-simple-child-s-hot-water-bottle-cover.aspx

[17] Cable: http://hyggenook.com/2009/11/freebie-pattern-cable-knit-hot-water-bottle-cover.html

[18] Drawstring Neck: http://www.prudentbaby.com/2009/12/crochet-hot-water-bottle-cozy.html

[19] Felted Sweater: http://thenewnew.blogspot.com/2009/01/make-your-own-hot-water-bottle-cozy.html

[20] Cable Front: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/the-coziest-hot-water-bottle-cover-ever

[21] Two Sizes: http://store.cocoknits.com/products/hot-water-bottle-cozies.html

[22] Snuggly Heart: http://rosmademe.blogspot.com/2011/11/pierinas-snuggly-hot-water-bottle-cover.html

[23] Winterberry: http://www.gluecksfisch.com/en/patterns/

[24] Haworth: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/haworth

[25] microwave heating bag project: http://tipnut.com/make-your-own-microwave-heating-pad/

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