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Holiday Party Bottle Accessories

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Make your holiday parties a little more festive by crocheting little hats and scarfs for your wine bottles.  This cute crochet pattern from Red Heart Yarns will add color and a joyous cheer to the dinner table.

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Holiday Party Bottle Accessories

Materials:

  • RED HEART® Super Saver®: 1 skein each 316 Soft White A, 319 Cherry Red B, and 624 Tea Leaf C.
  • Crochet Hook: 5.5mm [US I-9].
  • Yarn needle, stitch marker.

Instructions:

To Change Color in Sc: Work last sc before color change
until 2 loops remain on hook, drop color in use, with next
color yarn over and draw through 2 loops; continue with
new color.

Hat

  1. Round 1: With B, ch 2; 6 sc in 2nd ch from hook; do NOT join but work in continuous rounds – 6 sc. Place a marker in last sc and move up each round.
     
  2. Round 2: 2 Sc in each sc around – 12 sc.
     
  3. Round 3: [Sc in first sc, 2 sc in next sc] 6 times changing to A in last sc – 18 sc.
     
  4. Round 4: Sc in each sc around changing to C in last sc.
     
  5. Round 5: Sc in each sc around changing to A in last sc.
     
  6. Round 6: Sc in each sc around changing to B in last sc.
     
  7. Rounds 7-9: Sc in each sc around. At end of Round 9, slip st in next sc. Fasten off. Weave in all ends.
     

Scarf

  1. With A, ch 4.
     
  2. Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across; turn –3 sc.
     
  3. Row 2: Ch 1, sc in each sc across changing to B in last sc; turn.
     
  4. Rows 3-68: Repeat Row 2 working color sequence as follows: [next 2 rows B, 2 rows C, 2 rows A] 11 times.
     
  5. Fasten off. Weave in all ends.

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Very clever! Great last minute gift wrap that can double as ornaments. A real stashbuster.

Not so much... It is cute, but I guess I am too practical.

I think this is adorable and I would make it. I can see using it for items other than bottles.

I made this and it is quick and adorable.

I would so make that..... I would love to receive it I think it is so cute

I think this is a neat little idea. If the receiver of the gift does not mind the bottle and its contents, then a small crocheted scarf and hat should not be an issue. It is so easy to laugh and say negative words; but remember the consequences. How about "thank you" and leave it at that.

I am very surprised by the comments. I have and will continue to make these and they are received very well. As with any project, you choose the colors and yarns that best suit your taste. I use them instead of wrapping paper or bags. It is not meant to leave it on the bottle after openning - re-use on another bottle. Very cute idea.

Well, it can be made for other bottles other than alcohol bottles, so that isn't an issue, however I have to agree with everyone else..it is a little tacky looking. The cap could get wet with the liquid as well as the scarf, etc. No, I don't think I would make this. As some people have said, maybe it might look better with a different kind of thread, but still is not a premier project.

I think it is tacky but my Husband is still laughing at it. He loves it. No, I will not be making it but he has enjoyed the photo above.

Not a chance!!!! It is tacky. Looks like something from a kindergarten class project. But most of all, it interferes with serving the beverage from the bottle. You'll end up with neck scarf in the wine glass, and the hat will be lost somewhere along the way.

My first reaction to this was , NO, tacky, tacky, tacky!!!! But then I thought, it would be okay with different yarn. Thinner with glitter (metallic)thread, something with more class and elegance. Hopefully you can repost this with a better chose of yarn,; and then my other thought( my chose) was a thin fishers net basket around the bottle with the metallic look yarn.

I would not make or give...but I know there are many people who would think it is cute.......And to be honest if it was more delicate and done in something other than yarn, I might agree

I made this out of salvage yarn I had left over, best waste of yarn I've ever made. I made it a bit bigger for a bottle of sparkling cider we plan to take to our hostess for christmas eve dinner. I made it with colors that she decorates with. I know she will get a laugh out of it and so will all the other family members that will be there. That was a good enough reason to make it for me. It only took me about and hour and a half to make it.

No, I would not make it because we do not drink alcoholic drinks and do not believe that others should either.

This has got to be the silliest project I've ever seen, and I have a friend who would just love it. Off the find my hooks.

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