As the holiday season approaches, there’s no better way to celebrate than with a touch of handmade warmth.
If you’re a beginner crocheter or just looking for a creative and practical crochet wine bottle bag, you’re in luck! In this blog post, I am excited to share a free crochet pattern for a crochet wine bottle holder made from super bulky yarn.
Whether you’re looking for a great hostess gift or birthday gift, or simply want to add a personal touch to your holiday season, this crochet wine bag pattern is the perfect project for you and will protect that fragile glass bottle of your favourite wine.
Before we dive into the details, let’s talk about the versatility of this pattern. While the pattern suggests super bulky yarn for a quick and cozy result, feel free to experiment with different yarn weights. If you opt for a worsted weight yarn and a smaller hook, this cozy pattern will fit a standard size wine bottle and is easy to personalize with different colours or appliques making it a great holiday gift.
Imagine presenting a bottle of wine or champagne in a beautifully crafted crochet wine bag – it’s not just a gift; it’s a piece of your time and effort. Handmade gifts hold a special place in the heart, and this crochet wine bottle cover pattern allows you to create a thoughtful and functional present for any occasion.
Whether it’s a girls night out champagne, a holiday gathering, or a hostess gift, your handmade wine bag is sure to impress. Plus, it’s a great last-minute option for those who appreciate the charm of a homemade touch.
This crochet pattern includes various stitches such as slip stitches, single crochet, and half double crochet and if you want to use a magic circle to start this crochet bottle bag you can do that instead of the chain 2 technique I use in almost all of my patterns.
Originally I was thinking to make these crochet bottle bags out of worsted weight yarn but truth be told it would take me way too long to make them so I decided that super bulky was the answer because not only does this make them so much quicker to crochet but they also work up working two strands of worsted together giving even more options and making it a fantastic stash buster too!
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The fun part about these crochet wine bottle cozies is they are great to use as crochet wine totes too! Because they are made from super bulky yarn the bags are quite thick adding a nice padding if you are throwing bottle of your favourite wine into your bag on your way out.
I added this appliqué I searched and searched my stash for the one I purchased a few years ago – gave up and went to Fabricland found this one for $1.30! An inexpensive finishing touch.
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- Skill Level is Beginner
- Skills Needed single crochet, half double crochet
- Made with super bulky yarn
- Written in Standard American terms
- Fits wine bottle 10″ around x 12″ tall with wiggle room
- Crocheted bottom up using single crochet increase
- Place stitch marker in 1st stitch of each round
- Repeat round until you reach desired height of bottle
- Blo – back loop only
- Ch – chain
- Hdc – half double crochet
- Sc – single crochet
- Sk – skip
- St – stitch
- Sts – stitches
- Sl st – slip stitch
- Rpt – repeat
Fits bottle 10″ around x 12″ tall with wiggle room
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- 6.5 mm hook for ribbed band
- 9.0 mm hook
- Tapestry Needle
- Stitch Markers
- 150g / 97m Super Bulky Yarn for main colour
- 30 g for ribbed band
- Light Grey
- Off White
*Bag is worked in continuous rounds front the bottom up. Do not join. Use a stitch marker at the beginning of round for easier counting
Crochet Wine Bag – Free Pattern
Using 9.00 mm hook ch 2
Rnd 1: Work 6 sc in 2nd st from hook. (6)
Rnd 2: 2 sc in 1st st and each st around (12)
Rnd 3: 1 sc in 1st st *2 sc in next st, 1 sc in next st* rpt from * to * till end of rnd (18)
Rnd 4: Sc in 1st 2 sts *2 sc in next st, 1 sc in next 2 sts* rpt from * to * till end of rnd (24)
The base of the bag is done at this point you are going to be crocheting the sides. If you want to skip the counting simply crochet to the height of your bottle.
Rnds 5-36: Sc in 1st st and each st around. (24)
Fasten off and weave in ends.
The band for the bag is worked in rows and attached as you go. Here is a simple video that will help with the construction of the ribbed band if needed.
Please work the slip stitches loosely. If they are worked too tight you will be making the opening of the bag smaller. Keep them loose for best results.
Change to 6.50 mm hook
With wrong side facing, join yarn at centre back with slst, ch 10.
Note: For row 2 and every odd row, use a stitch marker to indicate the last stitch of the row. This will help you locate the first stitch of the following row.
Row 1: Hdc in 3rd ch from hook and each ch across (8) Working into sts of the last round , slst in next 2 sts, Ch 1, turn.
Row 2: Hdc in blo in 1st and each ch across (8). Ch 1, turn.
Row 3: Hdc in blo of 1st and each hdc across (8) Mark last hdc with stitch marker. Working into sts of round 1, slst in next 2 sts, Ch 1, turn.
Row 4: Hdc in blo in 1st and each hdc across (8). Ch 1, turn.
Repeat rows 3 and 4 until you reach the end of the round.
After last row, join short ends of cuff by working a slip stitch across first and last rows of cuff. NOTE: Right side of the bag and seam should be facing you. Once the cuff is turned down the right side of the seam will be facing out.
Leave tail at least 12” long at the beginning and end for attaching pompoms.
Using 9mm hook Ch 80 leave long tail
POM POMS (Make 2)
This doesn’t have to be exact, if you don’t have a pompom maker you can use a 3” X 3” piece of cardboard
Wind yarn around cardboard approx 100 times. Slide off cardboard and tie yarn around middle as tight as possible. Cut all loops and trim pom pom to size and shape desired.
Use needle and long tail from tie work back and forth through pompom
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So, gather your favorite yarn, pick out a bottle of your preferred wine, and let’s crochet a cozy wine bag together. Cheers to the holiday season, handmade gifts, and the joy of creating something special!
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