Crochet Bottle Buddies
It’s time for the HO-HO-Holidays and Bottle Buddies are here. If you’re anything like me there’s a party or two on your to do list and you’re going to want to bring a hostess gift. Here’s a fun idea to jazz up that bottle of wine you might be bringing.
Maybe you’re looking for something to add to your craft show booth, a little something extra. Bottle Buddies make a quick and easy project. You can add appeal to this simple idea by placing them on a wine bottle template and making them gift ready.
Enjoy this free Bottle Buddy pattern and Template made just for the Crochet Crowders!
Bottle Buddy Hat and Scarf
- Hook Size H/8-5.00MM
- Worsted weight any color any brand will work.
- I used a fluffy white yarn for the trim in the set pictured. Fun Fur or Bernat Boa are great choices.
- Start with a Magic Circle
- Row One: 6 sc into the magic circle, join into the first sc
- Row 2: Ch 1, 2 hdc in each sc around. Join at the top of the first hdc. (12)
- Row 3-6: Ch 1, hdc in each sc around. Join at the top of the first hdc. (12)
- Row 7-8: Join white yarn. Ch1, 1 hdc in each sc around. Join at the top of the first hdc. (12)
- Tie off and weave in ends. Fold white section up to create a cuff on the hat.
- Make a simple pom-pom and attach to the top.
- Start with white.
- Ch 4
- Row 1: hdc in second chain from the hook, hdc into the next two. Ch 1(3)
- Row 2-3: hdc in each space across. Ch 1 (3)
- Row 4-36 Join the red yarn. hdc in each space across. Ch 1 (3)
- Row 37-39: Join the white. hdc in each space across. Ch 1 (3)
- At the end of row 39 tie off and weave in.
- If you would like to make the scarf longer just add in more rows of red before ending with the white.
Grab the template here: Bottle Buddy Template
For more templates for your projects check these out at Frogging Along.
Examples of other templates Sheri has at Frogging Along.
Do you have a go to crochet gift you use as a hostess gift? Do you have a favorite gift you have received as a hostess? How about craft shows…do you have a go to item that is a guarantee sell at your shows? Do you package to sell or do you just let your items be the total package? Inquiring minds want to know!