Baby's Hot Water Bag
Free Vintage Crochet Pattern

This baby's hot water bag pattern was originally published by the Royal Society in 1913, in Crochet Lessons, Vol. 1, No. 3.



Crochet this bag to make a beautiful cover for your baby's hot water bottle - it doesn't have to be boring!

You can ensure your baby lies down on nice warm sheets with the use of a hot water bottle. And now you can create a beautiful, stylish hot water bag cover with this free vintage crochet pattern.

These easy step-by-step instructions will walk you through the process of crocheting a bag to cover your babies hot water bottle. This vintage crochet hot water bag pattern is free for personal use.

Baby's Hot Water Bag
Pattern No. 1026

Vintage Hot Water Bag

REQUIRED MATERIALS

1 ball Royal Society Crochet Cotton, size 5, any color
Crochet Hook, No. 7

STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS

First Row - Ch. 12, join to form ring, 18 s. c. into the ring, join with sl. st.

Second Row - Ch. 9, 1 s. c. into first stitch of previous row, ch. 9, 1 s. c. into the next, ch. 9, 1 s. c. into the third. Continue all around until 17 loops are made. Ch. 4, 1 d. tr. c. into the last stitch.

Third Row - Ch. 9, 1 s. c. into first loop, ch. 9, 1 s. c. into the next loop. Continue until 17 loops are made. Ch. 4, 1 d. tr. c. into the last stitch.

Fourth and Fifth Rows - Same as the third.

Sixth Row - 1 s. c. into the loop, 1 s. c. into the next loop ch. 9, 1 s. c. into the next, ch. 9, 1 s. c. into the next, ch. 9, 1 s. c., ch. 9,1 s. c., ch. 9, 1 s. c., ch. 9,1 s. c., ch. 9,1 s. c.,1 s. c.,into the following, 1 s. c. into the next, ch. 9, 1 s. c. into the next, continue all around, ch. 4, 1 d. tr. c. into the first connection s. c. of previous row.

Seventh Row - 1 s. c. into loop, ch. 9, 1 s. c. into next loop, ch. 9, 1 s. c., ch. 9, 1 s. c., ch. 9, 1 s. c., ch. 9, 1 s. c., ch. 9, 1 s. c., 1 s. c. into next loop, ch. 9, 1 s. c. into following loop, ch. 9, 1 s. c. Continue around, ch. 4, 1 d. tr. c. into first connecting s. c. of previous row.

Eighth Row - Ch. 9, 1 s. c. into loop, ch. 9, 1 s. c. Continue around, ch. 4, 1 d. tr. c. into d. tr. c. of previous row.

Make 8 more rows same as eighth row.

Seventeenth Row - Ch. 6, 1 s. c. into loop, ch. 6, 1 s. c. into next loop. Continue around and join with sl. st. into d. tr. c. of previous row.

Eighteenth Row - Ch. 5, skip 2, 1 d. c. into the next, ch. 2, skip 2, 1 d. c. Continue around and join with sl. st. into ch. 5.

Nineteenth Row - 1 sl. st. into next stitch, ch. 5, 1 d. c. into next hole, ch. 2, 1 d. c. into following hole, ch. 2, continue around and join with sl. st. Repeat nineteenth row 5 times.

Twenty-fifth Row - Ch. 6, skip 1 spoke of previous row, 1 s. c. into next d. c., ch. 6, skip 1 spoke, 1 s. c. into next s. c. Continue all around.

Twenty-sixth Row - 9 s. c. into first loop, 9 s. c. into next loop, and continue all around.

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