It's getting warmer outside, so I've been riding my bike a lot more, this water bottle holder is so convenient. It's an easy pattern, so here we go.
I cut two 5 1/2" squares
Stitch 3 sides on both squares
Now cut 1/2 squares out of the bottom corners
Pinch the fabric together and stitch a straight line
It should look like this, now turn one inside out, this will make both the liner and outside have the "good" side of the fabric showing.
On both turn the fabric as you would hemming it
I stitched one side down so I didn't have to deal with as many pins, you don't have to do this, it just makes it easier to manage
Place one inside the other and pin together
For the strap I cut a piece of fabric 2 1/2 x 10", fold both ends about 1/2 in
Now bring both sides together
And together again
Pin all around
Now stitch around the entire strap
Now cut it in half, You will now have two straps, one side will have finished edges and the other with a raw edge
Take the raw edges and place them inside the bag about 1/2, stitch around the edge of the bag
I use a snap tool to had snaps, if you don't have this tool you can use safety pins, or add buttons and a button hole, these snaps are pretty cheap to purchase, and you can find them at Hobby Lobby, or Micheal's.
And here is the finished product.