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    Crochet Steering Wheel Cover FREE PATTERN

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    🚙 Driving is an important part of modern life, and many people spend a lot of time in their car. However, after using the steering wheel for long periods of time, it may begin to wear out and lose its comfort. Fortunately, you can make a crochet steering wheel cover that will not only protect your steering wheel, but also make it look stylish and creative.

    🚙 The crochet steering wheel cover is a fun and easy project to make for anyone who is comfortable with the crochet technique. Not only is it a great way to personalize your car, but it is also a way to add a touch of style and elegance to your daily life.

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    🚙 In this article, we present the step-by-step pattern to make your own crochet steering wheel cover. We cover everything you need to know, from the materials you’ll need to the crochet stitches you should use. Additionally, we discuss the benefits of using a crochet steering wheel cover, including protection from wear and tear and added comfort while driving. So get ready to add some style and comfort to your daily commute with this fun and easy crochet project.


    ✅ Pc: Chain.

    ✅ Pb: Low point.

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    ✅ Pa: High point.

    ✅ Pr: Sliding point.

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    ✅ Fsc: Base low point.


    ✅ I Love This Yarn in White, Limelight, Turquoise, Tropical Pink, Amethyst and Yellow.

    ✅ 4.5 mm hook.

    ✅ Scissors.

    ✅ Point markers.

    ✅ Thread needle / tapestry needle.


    ✅ The cover fits a 15” diameter steering wheel. The cover itself measures approximately 14.25″ in diameter (when laid flat) and 5” wide.

    Note: Even if the diameter of your steering wheel is a little larger than 15”, this cover will still fit your steering wheel because it has plenty of stretch in it.


    ✅ 14 stitches x 7 rows = 4” in double crochet.


    This cover is knitted in the round.

    You will join the rows with a sl st at the end of each row.


    Use White thread.

    Round 1: Fsc 117, being careful not to twist, join with a sl st in the first stitch to start working in the round. (117)

    Rounds 2-3: Sc 1, sc in each stitch around, sl st to join. (117)

    Changes its color.

    Row 4: Dc 3 (counts as dc), 2 dc in the same stitch, *skip 2 stitches, 3 dc in the next stitch*; repeat from * to * to last 2 stitches, skip last 2 stitches, sl st at top of pc 3. (117).

    Row 5: Dc in the next 2 stitches, tr in the empty space between the sets of dc, change to the next color, dc 3, 2 dc in the same empty space, * skip 3 dc, 3 dc in the next empty space* ; repeat from * to * around, pr at top of pc 3. (117)

    Rounds 6-10: Repeat round 5 changing colors as follows: Round 4 – Tropical Pink; Lap 5 – Ametheyst; Round 6 – Turquoise; Round 7 – Yellow; Round 8 – Limelight; Round 9 – Amethyst; Round 10 – Tropical Pink.

    Change to White.

    Rows 11-13: Sc 1, sc in each stitch around, sl st to join. (117)

    Cut the thread and weave the ends.



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