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“Made my first one yesterday. Very easy to do & looks great. Will be making some for gifts.”
This sewing guide will show you how to make a twin bottle carrier from your favourite fabric.
Perfect for a picnic or visiting friends for dinner. The bottle carrier makes a fabulous handmade gift when given with some wine, home-made lemonade or two bottles of flavored olive oil, a perfect treat for any cook!
The bottle carrier has a strong construction, lined with wadding and a secure double stitched handle.
The full and informative guide for this project has step-by-step instructions in straight forward language. It is illustrated with close up photographs at every step and suitable for a beginner.
It will show you how to cut out your fabric using simple rectangular shapes. You will learn how to line the bottle carrier and how to make the strong double stitched handle. In the last photograph you can see a sample of how the guide looks when printed.
Note: These are downloadable instructions and cutting instructions for making a two bottle carrier. Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
This pattern is for personal use only and must not be copied or reproduced in any format. Any bottle carriers made from this pattern are for personal use and must not be made for resale
Copyright © 2011 Lilly*Blossom ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
You will need less than one metre of your chosen fabric and lining plus a small amount of wadding and matching thread to complete this project.
You will also need some basic sewing equipment including pins, scissors, tape measure and an iron to press you seams flat.
Made my first one yesterday. Very easy to do & looks great. Will be making some for gifts.
The directions are easy to follow and the carrier whips together fairly easily. I made three or so changes to improve the strength as well as the look of the of the changes would be somewhat challenging to describe related to the handles but is fairly easy to do.
Thanks for the pattern!
a great project!