Here’s a unique project to help you “wrap” a six-pack of your favorite bottled beverage to give to that special person in your life!


  • Embroidery
    • Scissortail Stitches’ Hold My Beer #51228 embroidery collection
  • Fabric
    • 1/4 yd solid color cotton fabric
  • Stabilizers
    • OESD Fusible Woven CutAway
    • OESD Ultra Clean and Tear Plus
    • OESD StitcH2O WashAway
  • Other Supplies
    • Isacord threads per design chart
    • Bobbin thread
    • Expert Point and Press Tool
    • Organ Embroidery Needles Sharps #80/12
    • Curved EZ Snip Micro Serrated Blade 5″
    • OESD Perfect Embroidery Press Cloth
    • Rotary Cutter, Ruler and Mat
    • Tape Measure
    • Fabric Marking Tool
    • Fabric Scissors
    • Velcro®


Step 1 – Measuring

  • Measure around the six-pack carrier and add 2″
  • Measure the height of the six-pack carrier and add 1/2″
  • Our sample, with additions, measures 27 1/2″ x 5 3/4″

Step 2 – Cutting

  • Cut 2 pieces of fabric to the size measured in Step 1
  • Cut 2 pieces of Fusible Woven to the size of the fabric

Step 3 – Pressing

  • Press the Fusible Woven to the wrong side of each of the fabrics

Step 4 – Marking the Fabric

  • Take one piece of fabric and wrap it around the carrier, using Expert Embroidery TearAway tape to secure it at the side
  • One the long sides of the carrier, use a ruler and marking tool to mark the center of the fabric, as shown.

Step 5 – Hooping

  • Hoop the Ultra Clean and Tear Plus, paper side facing up.
  • Score and remove the paper.

Step 6 – Place the Fabric

  • Place the marked piece of fabric on top of the Ultra Clean and Tear Plus, centering in the hoop using your markings.

Step 7 – Stitch the Design

  • Place the hoop on the machine and stitch the design, following the color chart.

Step 8 – Pressing

  • Remove the fabric from the hoop.
  • Remove the excess stabilizer. Spritz the back of the stabilizer with water to make removal easier.
  • Press face down on the Perfect Press Embroidery Cloth.

If you want designs on both sides of the carrier, repeat steps 4 through 8 for the second side.
***Just make certain both designs are facing the same direction on the fabric***

Step 9 – Construction

  • Place both pieces of fabric right sides together. Pin around the edges.
  • Using a 1/4″ foot, sew a seam around the rectangle, pivoting at each corner and leaving a 3″ opening on one end.
  • Trim each of the four corners.
  • Turn rectangle right side out using the Expert Point and Press Tool. Make sure the corners are pushed all the way out.

Step 10 – Pressing

  • Press the fabric well, folding the seam allowance of the opening into the inside.
  • Top stitch approximately 1/4″ from the edge.

Step 11 – Finishing

  • Cut one piece of Velcro® the width of the finished wrap.
  • Sew the hook piece to the wrong side of one end.
  • Sew the loop piece to the right side of the other end.

Your six-pack wrap is now complete!

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