Water bottle carrier tutorial round up // patchwork posse
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Make a Water Bottle Holder {52 UFO Quilt Block Pick UP}

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The warmer days are hitting around here and there will for sure be a need to start carrying around a water bottle.  So, for this weeks 52 UFO Quilt Block Pick Up- how about a quick how to make a water bottle holder using your blocks!

Water bottle carrier tutorial round up // patchwork posse


The blocks you will use will just need to match up with the sizes mentioned in the tutorials.  You can add a few sashing pieces, or cut your block down if needed.  Just have some fun with this one- knowing that it will probably be drug on the ground, thrown across the creek and slammed in the car door a few times.

The beauty about useing a water bottle holder is – the water bottle can be changed!  When it runs out, gets all ucky inside or whatever, just switch them out.

Click on the photos below to be taken to their tutorials.

how to make a water bottle holder

Creative Kismet

how to make a water bottle holder

Pink Chalk Studio

Pretty Shabby UK


Betweeen the Lines 

This is part of the 52 UFO Quilt Block Pick Up series……need more ideas on what to do with your UFO Quilt Blocks? previous weeks and UFO Quilt Block ideas

If you are sewing along with us and making up something with your UFO Quilt Blocks {even if you find your own way of sewing them together} we would all love a little peeksee!

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