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Baby Bottle Warmer

One of my friends recently asked me to make a cute little bottle warmer for her cousins new little girl. I struggled to find a pattern that I really liked! I ended up combining the heart stitch, star stitch and bead stitch. This resulted in an adorable little cozie perfect to keep any warmed bottle of milk ready for your bub. You can find the pattern for free below, or you can download an ad free version the pattern from my raverly store.

Baby Bottle Cozie

What you need:

  • Yarn: aran weight yarn 45g approx.
  • 40g in colour A and 5g in Colour B.
  • I used Poppy value ball from spotlight. (50g=68m)
  • 5mm hook

Stitches you will need to know:

Note, this pattern is in US terms.
SC: Single Crochet
INC: Two SC in the same stitch
HDC:Half Double Crochet
DC:Double Crochet
SL: Slip Stitch
CH: Chain
Bead: Bead stitch. One Bead: DC, *yarn over, insert hook behind the post of the DC, yarn over and pull through* repeat from * to * two more times. Yarn over and pull through.

Star:star stitch
How to star stitch: To start CH3. Draw a loop through the second chain from the hook, draw a loop through the third chain from the hook draw a loop through the base stitch of the CH3, draw a loop in the next stitch across, draw a loop through the next stitch across. you should now have six loops on your hoop. yarn over and pull through all 6 loops. CH1. This makes the first part of the star.
For all following stars pull a loop through the eye of the star (made from the CH1), a loop in between the lower spile of the star, the base stitch of the previous star and the next two stitches, yarn over, pull through all stitches. CH1.

The Pattern:

Base: 

The base is worked in a spiral and the walls are worked in rounds in colour A.
R1: In a magic circle SC7 pull tight to close. do not join.
R2: INC in each stitch around [14]
R3: (INC, SC) repeat from ( to ) around [21]
R4: (INC, SC,SC) repeat from ( to ) around [28]
R5: HDC around in BLO  in each stitch. SL to join Do not fasten off. CH1
The base is now complete. 

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Sides: 

We will now make the walls of the bottle cozy. You may choose to change colour here if you want the base to be in the contrasting colour.
I used Colour A.
R1: in the third loop of the HCD from the base HDC, repeat round [28]
R2: This row is star stitch. if you are familiar with it star stitch around [14 stars]
R3: CH1 and turn work, 2HDC in the eye of each star around. SL into the first HCD CH1 and turn. [28 HDC]
R4: HDC around SL into first HDC, CH1[28]
R5: SC around SL into first SC. Fasten off and weave in ends.
R6: Join colour B into any stitch. CH2, DC in same stitch (Counts as first DCtog2), CH1, DCTog2 in same stitch. *CH3, Sk 5, in the same stitch DCTOG2 CH1 DCTOG2* Repeat 4 times, CH1, SK3, in the same stitch DCTOG2 CH1 DCTOG2, CH1, SL into first DCTOG2. Fasten off colour B. [ 6 hearts]
R7: Using colour A: Start at the first heart after CH1 spaces.  There will be 5 skipped stitches. make a standing HDC in the first space around the CH3 in colour B. HDC in the next two stitches around the colour B chain, *CH2, SC in the CH1 space between the DC2TOG from above, CH2, in the second skipped stitch HDC, HDC, HDC* Repeat from * to * around until the final heart. In the final heart there will only be one HDC either side. SL into the first HDC.
R8: SC around, SL into first SC, CH1
R8: HDC around SL into first HDC, CH1[28]
R9: in the third loop of the HCD from the base HDC, repeat round. SL into first HDC, CH1 [28]
R10: in the third loop of the HCD from the base HDC, repeat round. SL into first HDC, CH1 [28]
R11: in the third loop of the HCD from the base HDC, repeat round. SL into first HDC, CH1 [28]
R12: CH2, Bead stitch around [14 beads]
R13: HDC around SL into first HDC, CH1[28]
R14: in the third loop of the HCD from the base HDC, repeat round. SL into first HDC, CH1 [28]
R15: in the third loop of the HCD from the base SC, repeat round. SL into first SC, CH2 [28]
R16: DC in each stitch this round, SL to join [28]
R17: CH1, in the third stitch from the CH1 make 5 DC, SK2 SL into next stitch * Sk 2, make 5 DC in next stitch, SK2, SL* repeat around until 3 stitches remain. In the last three stitches (SK1, 5DC in next stitch, SL into the starting CH1).
Fasten off. The body is complete.

Tie:

In Colour B
Chain 50. Fasten off and weave in ends.
Note, it 50 does not feel long enough,increase until you are happy with the length.
Weave the chain through the DC’s from round 16.

Small hearts: 

Make two in colour B
In a magic circle: CH2, 2DC, 2HDC, DC, 2HDC, 2DC, CH2 and SL into the circle. Pull circle tight and fasten off.
Sew the hearts to the end of the chain

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