How do you make a hot water bottle cover out of a jumper?

How do you make a hot water bottle cover out of a jumper?

What to do

  1. Turn your jumper inside out and draw the outline of the water bottle’s bottom and sides on it.
  2. Sew, or use sewfree with an iron, around the bottom and two sides of the outline.
  3. To create a piped edge, turn the jumper inside out again so that it is the right side up.

How do you knit a cozy water bottle?


  1. Cast on 34 stitches.
  2. Divide onto 3 double-pointed needles and join in the round. Place a stitch marker to mark the end of the round, if desired.
  3. Work in Stockinette Stitch—knit 1 row, purl 1 row—for 4 inches to create a bottle-sized cozy. Stop at 3 1/2 inches for a can cozy.
  4. Bind off loosely.

Can you wash hot water bottle covers?

A: Yes you can hand wash your covers in warm water using a mild detergent. All 3D Novelty Hot water bottles should be sponged clean, again using warm water and a mild detergent.

Are there any knitting patterns for hot water bottles?

The Simple Hot Water Bottle Cover Free Knitting Patterns are worked either in the round or flat from the bottom up. They are fast to knit up no matter your skill level. This is a good project for both experienced and less experienced knitters. Make yourself comfortable and warm with this fabulous Hot Water Bottle Cover.

What kind of yarn is hot water bottle cover?

By Erica Knits comes this bulky weight yarn knit in a textured stitch. A huggable knitting pattern hot water bottle cover by Skyline Chilly. This hot water bottle cover pattern features chunky rib detail an the opening and a sweet owl design.

How to make a hot water bottle cover?

6 Simple Hot Water Bottle Cover Free Knitting Patterns 1 Classic Hot Water Bottle Cover. 2 Hot Water Bottle Cover. 3 Bobble Hot Water Bottle Cover. 4 Owl Hot Water Bottle Cover. 5 Hot Water Bottle Cover. 6 Simple Seamless Hot Water Bottle Cover. More

Can a hot water bottle be used as a blanket?

Using a hot water bottle to warm up the bed on cold nights is a great way to stay cozy and save energy: Cold toes can tolerate a lower tempertature on the theromstat and thereʼs no need for the risk or expense of an electric blanket.

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