The kids needed water bottle totes for a summer day camp this week, so I came up with this quick and easy pattern. This one has elastic around the top to keep the bottle from falling out and should hold most smaller sizes of plastic and metal bottles (12-18oz). And if you’re interested, you can read this review of BPA-free bottles. This will work for adults too by simply lengthening the strap.
Click here to download the .pdf tutorial.
MATH ALERT: Luckily my husband was around today to help me with this one. If you need to make your tote larger to accommodate a bigger bottle, simply increase the size of your bottom fabric circle. To then determine what the width of your fabric should be, multiply the diameter of your circle by ∏ (3.1415926….).