Bubble Car

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Bubble Car Pattern


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Knitting: Bubble Car
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details







Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You will need to know how to knit, purl, cast on and off, and knit basic increases and decreases (although instructions are included), knit stripes, do a bit of seaming and embroider the window struts in chain stitch.
  • This pattern also incorporates short rows, step by step instructions and a photo tutorial are included in the pattern.

Pattern Description:

Bubble car knitting pattern ...
This knitted car would make a fun toy for boys. The car itself is knitted in one piece to cut down on seaming, and the tyres and bumpers are knitted separately and sewn on.

About the pattern ...
- The pattern is aimed at advanced beginner knitters.
- The knitting pattern is written row by row so it is easier for beginners to follow, and includes a list of abbreviations and step by step construction details with photos to help you.
- The pattern is written in English.
- All pieces are knitted flat on straight 3.5mm needles.

Copyright (c) 2014 Amanda Berry
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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • The finished car is approximately 14cm long, 9cm tall and 8 cm wide.


  • 3.5mm needles
  • Double knit (light worsted weight yarn) - less than 30g in each colour: blue, white, black and grey
  • Buttons for the wheels and headlights
  • You will also need some toy filling and a darning/tapestry needle to sew together.

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Robin Double Knit



About Designer

About Designer

Amanda J Berry on craftsy.com

My name is Amanda Berry and I love knitting, sewing and anything crafty!
I started designing my own toys as fluff and fuzz in 2010, and my knitting and sewing patterns have been featured in Let's Knit, Craftseller, and Lets Get Crafting Magazines.

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