The Lily Sugar'n Cream Hydrated Hiker Water Bottle Sling is an easy crocheted bag to tote your favorite drinks, hands-free! I designed it to fit most standard water bottles, and I am excited I can now share the pattern with all of you! Get the links to the free PDF and video tutorials here on Moogly!
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Yarnspirations, all opinions are my own.
Inspired by Real Life
The Lily Sugar'n Cream Hydrated Hiker Water Bottle Sling was inspired by my three kids, and all the outings we've taken over the years. With water bottle slings, they were able to be responsible for their own drinks - they even used them to walk to and from school!
This sling is an updated version made to fit modern water bottles in the 17-24 oz range. The openwork on the bottom and sides keeps the sling from collecting too much condensation - but you can make the sides solid if you prefer. And the strap is easy to adjust to fit each member of your family - just add or subtract as rows as needed. If the thirsty traveler is still growing, make it a little longer and put a knot in the top so it can grow with them later!
The Lily Sugar'n Cream Hydrated Hiker Water Bottle Sling Video Tutorials
Right-Handed Water Bottle Sling Tutorial
Left-Handed Water Bottle Sling Tutorial
Get the Free Pattern for the Lily Sugar'n Cream Hydrated Hiker Water Bottle Sling
You can download the free pattern by clicking on the blue-grey stripe labeled *Download Free Pattern.* Want to save it for later? Then, CLICK HERE to add them to your Ravelry Queue and Favorites!
And while you're downloading the pattern, you can order the yarn too - pick whichever colors appeal to you to make your own unique creation - mix and match for your own custom sling!
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Show Off Your Work!
I hope the free crochet Water Bottle Sling pattern inspires you! If you post a photo on social media, be sure to tag me @mooglyblog or #mooglyblog! I love seeing what you make! And be sure to leave a review on the Yarnspirations pattern page too, if you like it!