With this purchase you will be mailed a printed version of this pattern with full pattern pieces, detailed pictures, and step by step instructions on how to make your own water-bottle holder. It will come in a resealable plastic bag with a vent hole and convenient hanging hole. There is even a full-length how-to video on our YouTube channel, Linds Handmade Designs, showing you how to make this bag from start to finish if you need any additional support.
This is an intermediate pattern, in that it uses advanced bag making techniques that require the sewer to have a general familiarity with bag making. It requires accurate cutting/sewing and installing a curved zipper which can be challenging for new sewers.
Specs: roughly 11" tall at its tallest (along the sides) with an oval base that is 6" wide by 4 inches deep. The interior compartment is left wide open so as to accommodate all different sized water bottles, (a 32oz Yeti was confirmed to fit inside.) The front pocket is 8" tall and has 2 inner slip pockets (both large enough to fit an iPhone 8+, cash, passport or face mask) and 4 card slots that can easily be doubled up for more storage. We've even included a bonus option in the pattern showing you how to make it without the card slots if you have no need for those, substituting a slip pocket and pen pocket instead, AND another option eliminating that front pocket entirely if sewing for a child.
Materials and supplies needed:
• Fat quarter main fabric (more if using for body strap)
• ⅓ yard waterproof canvas (WPC)
• ¼ yard accent fabric
• ¼ yard of 17” decovil light or Peltex F71
• ½ yard of 45” woven interfacing (*fabric dependent)
• 16” or longer #5 zipper (for zipper by the yard, cut it exactly 14”)
• (2) 1” D rings, O rings, or triangle rings (or smaller)
• (2) 1½” swivel clasps
• (1) 1½” strap adjuster
• 57” of 1½” webbing for strap
• Rotary cutter
• Quilting ruler
• Wonder clips
• (6) small rivets (*optional)
• Pinking shears (*optional)
• ¼” Double sided tape (*optional)
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