Tired of getting into your car on a hot summer day and grabbing the steering wheel only to find that the steering wheel feels like it’s on fire? Problem solved with this cute Granny Stripe Crochet Steering Wheel Cover Pattern.
Not only does this great pattern serve it’s purpose, it’s also super cute and will add the perfect touch of a pop of color to the inside of your ride!
It’s a super quick and easy project that you can make in no time. I finished mine in 1 evening. It even takes a small amount of yarn. It’s a great project for scrap yarn!
***I do want to add. For all this patten, please use at your own risk and contact your insurance provider if you have any questions. I will say that this is NOT meant to be used when driving, it’s meant to be used as a cover (to keep the steering wheel cool) when parked. If you use it when driving, use at your own risk***
About This Steering Wheel Cover Design
I decided to do something a little different that the traditional granny squares that you see stitched together to make a steering wheel cover. I wanted to include the granny stitch, but not have to attach all the squares together.
So, I decided on trying to do the Granny Stripe Stitch and it turned out perfect! The granny stitch is the easy way to add a colorful crochet piece to your car.
Everywhere you look all the latest trends seem to be granny square everything. Why not make your own steering wheel cover with a granny stitch design!
What Yarn to Use
I chose to use I Love This Yarn in White, Limelight, Turquoise, Tropical Pink, Amethyst and Yellow. Any worsted weight acrylic yarn works great for this project.
I also think that cotton yarn would be a great option for this quick project.
The best part is you can customize the colors of this pattern in so many different ways. You can make multiple ones for the different seasons of the time of year. Bright colors for the summer time and neutral tones for the fall time.
What Size Steering Wheel Does This Cover Fit?
The standard size for steering wheels is 15” in diameter.
Even if the diameter of your steering wheel is a little larger than 15”, I believe that this cover would still fit your steering wheel as it has a lot of stretch in it.
This one is a perfect fit for my 15” steering wheel without it being too tight and having to fight to get it on.
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Granny Stripe Steering Wheel Cover Crochet Pattern
All crochet terms are US terms.
Skill Level – Easy / Beginner
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Things you will need:
- I Love This Yarn in White, Limelight, Turquoise, Tropical Pink, Amethyst and Yellow
- 4.5 mm Crochet Hook
- Yarn Needle / Tapestry Needle
- Stitch Markers
- Cover will fit a 15” diameter steering wheel. Cover itself is approx. 14.25” in diameter (when laid flat) and 5” wide.
- 14 st x 7 r = 4” in dc
Abbreviation / Stitch Key:
- ch = chain stitch
- st = stitch (es)
- sk = skip
- sc = single crochet
- hdc = half double crochet
- fsc = foundation single crochet
- dc = double crochet
- sp = space
- sl st = slip stitch
- yo = yarn over
- t = turn
- This cover is crocheted in the round.
- You will join round with a slip stitch at the end of every round.
Free Pattern –
Round 1: fsc 117 st, being carful not to twist, join with sl st into 1st st to begin working in the round (117)
Round 2 – 3: ch 1, sc in each st around, sl st to join (117)
Round 4: ch 3 (counts as dc), 2 dc in same st, * sk 2 st, 3 dc in next st* repeat * to * until last 2 st, sk last 2 st, sl st top of ch 3 (117)
Round 5: sl st in next 2 st, sl st into gap space between the sets dc st, change to next color, ch 3, 2 dc in same gap sp, * sk 3 dc st, 3 dc in next gap sp* repeat * to * around, sl st top of ch 3 (117)
Round 6 – 10: repeat round 5 changing colors as follows
Round 4: Tropical Pink
Round 5: Ametheyst
Round 6: Turquoise
Round 7: Yellow
Round 8: Limelight
Round 9: Amethyst
Round 10: Tropical Pink
Change to White
Round 11 – 13: ch 1, sc in each st around, sl st to join (117)
Cut yarn and weave in all ends
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