Champagne Bottle

Champagne Bottle

We made our champagne bottle into a Bottle of Bubble Bath. This pattern is a great versatile bottle pattern.

What you need

8 ply Wool
4mm Needles


Size: 25cms

Using Bottle Color cast on 24sts

P1 Row
Row 2 : Inc K wise into every stitch (48sts)
Row 3 : Purl
Row 4 : Knit
Row 5 : st-st beginning with a knit row for 15 rows
Row 25 : (k6, k2 tog) to end
Row 26 : Purl
Row 27 : Knit
Row 28 : Purl
Row 29 : (K4,K2 tog) to end
Row 30 : Purl
Row 31 : Break off bottle color and join on bottle neck color
(k2, k2 tog) to end.
Row 32 : Purl
Row 33 : (k1,k2 tog)To End
Row 34 : st-st next 12 rows
next 2 rows Knit
Next Row (k2 tog) to end

Thread yarn through stitches and draw up, fasten off.

Sew row ends together and fill with wadding.

Make a label for your bottle using white cast on 18sts. St-st 16 Rows and cast off.


  1. Can’t leave a comment properly. I use the pattern for the bottom from the wine cozy on this website. If you use straight needles, you will simply have a seam – but it works for me.
    Purl 1 row.
    Knit 2 rows and begin decreases.

    Decrease rows:
    Row 1: *K2, K2tog* repeat between *’s around
    Row 2: Knit
    Row 3: *K1, K2tog* repeat between*’s around
    Row 4: Knit
    Row 5: *K2tog* repeat between *’s around

  2. This may sound silly, but I can’t see how the bottle will have a bottom with this pattern. Can anyone help?

  3. Agreed, the round would be 100x easier (aka, no k row, p row…etc). I have yet to complete one because ‘somebody’ cant inc k wise, so she kfb-ed herself a traffic cone. Wish me luck

  4. it is ok

  5. You could crochet it in the round easier, IMO.

  6. No, it’s not knitted in the round, which might give it a slightly better look, but I still find it very cute. =3

  7. Not everyone likes to knit in the round, Its clearly not knitted in the round.

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