Insulated Water Bottle Carrier (from my new zakka patterns!) ♪水筒ケース・ペットボトルホルダーのご紹介(新作雑貨パターンより)♪

Happy weekend everyone!

This week, I have been introducing my new zakka patterns here on my blog and at Spring Quilt Market.  Today I'm happy to show you my third of four new zakka patterns... It's Insulated Water Bottle Carrier!

Check out here and here for my earlier zakka pattern releases this week.



 No I'm not attending Spring Quilt Market this time, but if you are, my entire sewing patterns can be found at Seven Islands Fabrics booth no. 2045/2145 at the Market.

今週末にペンシルバニア州ピッツバーグ市にて開催中の国際キルトマーケットでも私の新作雑貨作品ならびにパターンをご覧いただけます。マーケットに参加されている方は是非 Seven Islands Fabrics さんのブース(2045・2145)に足をお運びくださいね。

Fussy cutting "fabric labels" for the front cover of the water bottle carriers is my favorite part of this pattern :)  Be creative and make your original "labels" to embellish the cover!


The water bottle carrier is fully lined, and adding straps is optional.


For the batting, I used Insul-Bright to keep the beverage cold (or hot). 


 Drawstring opening are made with natural linen...


Boxy bottom of the Insulated Water Bottle Carrier. There are no curved edges to sew for this pattern; only straight stitching!


This Insulated Water Bottle Carrier fits most water bottles up to 3" in diameter.  Make one for yourself and for your entire family and carry recyclable water bottles to reduce waste, improve health, and to show off your cute prints!


There are a total of four pages in this pattern including clear diagrams.


The new patterns will soon be available in my shop. I will be back soon with my final zakka pattern introduction on my next post so hope you check back again soon! 


***Love, Amy***

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amy said...

Amy you are killing me!!!! I've been wanting to make these for my girls but too lazy to draft my own pattern. Yours is perfect!!!!!! I can tell I'm going to be buying all of your new patterns! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

pratima said...

Super adorable, Amy! Great features and a fun pattern that makes you want to make in many prints and combinations. The handles are too cute!


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