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Candy Cane Steering Wheel Cover

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Pattern Details

Gauge not extremely important. Size can be adjusted to your steering wheel size. You'll also need about 1 yard of 1 1/2" to 2" wide ribbon. You may also use the smaller skeins of red and white cotton dishcloth yarn. A skein in each color should be plenty. Stripes are crocheted at an angle so that it really looks like the stripes of a candy cane. Add a pretty bow and voila your steering wheel is ready for that Christmas shopping! Merry Christmas🎄 BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Chain Single Crochet Single Crochet Decrease GAUGE Not extremely important, you crochet this to your size of steering wheel. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Depends upon your size of steering wheel SUGGESTED YARN 200 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Bernat, Sugar and Cream

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1 yd. of satin ribbon 1.5" to 2" wide
  • 2 skeins of cotton yarn
  • Size H crochet hook

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Bee Happy Designs
Bee Happy Designs
I have always had a love for anything crafty! I learned to crochet as a teenager, but had only made afghans. Then in 2006 I wanted to crochet my daughter the Lilliana shrug. Suddenly I understood how to read those crochet patterns and finished that shrug in less than a week! After that, I crocheted more and more clothing projects. I learned to loom knit in 2004 as I loved the look of knitting but did not know how to needle knit. I searched the web and found lots of helpful advice on looming and then started purchasing every loom and board I could. Soon after I started designing my character scarves. I have loomed socks, scarves, hats and purses and was just starting to learn to knit garments on the looms when I finally learned to needle knit! That was in 2007 and I taught myself to knit watching the videos on www.knitting-help.com and have been having loads of fun knitting every thing in site and increasing my knowledge and skills. The saying you are never too old to learn something new is so true. If you put your mind to it, you can learn anything and have loads of fun doing it. I hope you enjoy my crochet, looming and needle knit designs as much as I did when designing them!