Knit Wine Bottle Sweater Pattern


Knit Wine Bottle Sweater Pattern

There's something about a knit sweater that makes everything look cuter - even a wine bottle! The Knit Wine Bottle Sweater Pattern is a great way to dress up a host or hostess gift as well as offer a little bit of protection on the car-ride over to the party. This adorable cable knit wine bottle cozy pattern is adorned with three sweet buttons. This cute little cozy would make a great hostess gift for a wild girls' night out or a relaxing girls' night in.


Knitting Needle Size5 or 3.75 mm, Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs)

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This is such a great idea. We always do a family gift exchange, and wine is often involved in those gifts. Saving this one!

Very cute pattern. I have made Christmas ones that look like santa's or snowmen so this sweater is just the thing for other times of the year. Only thing I would add to the pattern is to use a row marker so you know when to do the next row. It is really hard to eye ball it. Also, you could decrease a few stitches so the collar hugs the bottle a little bit.

What an awesome idea! This would be a great way to keep chilled bottles of wine cold. It would also soak up any condensation, so the bottle doesn't slip out of your hand.

A really great free pattern. I can't shout about it enough!! I made them Christmas home as an quirky little ad on when giving people wine as a gift and my partner suggested putting them on to whiskey and wine bottles as well! They went down a treat with everyone, I even have orders to make spares next year for people to be able gift them out as well! This is a firm favourite pattern for me!

A great free pattern which looks stylish, makes a change from giving wine in bottle gift bags. It is not for the beginner as it takes a while to get used to knitting in the round on DPN's and you then have the added obstacle of a cable needle but once you get going and can see the pattern taking shape it I see definitely worth it. The tutorial is very good with images to help.

This is so cute. I agree with Susan regarding practicing of cables. It is funny that once you get it you get it, but until then it is so frustrating. This is a really cute idea that is quick and can use up some of that extra yarn that seems to always be left over.

This is one of those projects that allow you to practice cables and shaping before investing a lot of time in a bigger project. And it's adorable enough to give that special bottle of wine an extra special touch for a big occasion.


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