Car Seat Cover
Do you want to learn how to crochet a Car Seat Cover? Here you will learn how to do it step by step.
Let’s talk about Car Seat. I used one all the time when my kids were still babies! Not only does it help keep the wind and cold away from new baby, it protects from the sun, but it also doubles as a cover while you are shopping or out. I don’t know about you, but I never liked strangers touching my baby, or putting their face in my kids face. I think maybe I’m super protective mom, but regardless, it’s nice to have a way to give your little one some privacy when you’re out and about, and in a pinch, it can double as a diaper changer too. And that won’t stop you from being aware of every cough and every sneeze your baby has.
I think this would make an awesome and unique baby gift too if you have a summer baby shower coming up! If you think you need something a little bit different, a Car Seat would be a great way to make a personalized gift for a new mom.
It is important to say, that by no means do I recommend using this in hot weather or long term! This type of cover is meant for transport outside in cool weather or flipped up so that it just covers the backside of the carseat for some privacy. It should not cover the baby’s face and not be used as a blanket.
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******If you already have a blanket that you really like, then use it, and just put the straps to attach it to the car seat.
How to Make the Straps (make 2):
Row 1: SC in the second ch from the hook and SC across (5) turn
Row 2: ch 1, SC across (5). Turn
Row 3: ch 1, SC, ch 3, skip 3, SC (5). Turn
Row 4-20: ch 1, SC across (5). Turn
At the end of Row 20, do not turn. Instead, ch 1 and SC around the outside of the strap. Sew your button onto the strap at approx. row 17. Use a yarn needle to sew the straps to the car seat canopy. I attached mine approx. 34 squares (“rows”) up from the bottom and about 9 squares (“columns”) in from each side.
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