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Car Seat Canopy/Cover Crochet Pattern

Posted on February 22, 2013 at 11:45 AM

Here is my newest crochet pattern! It is called the Woven Car Seat Canopy. This pattern is designed to go with my Winter Car Seat Blanket pattern. Together they make a super cute car seat set! The canopy is thick, but still very breathable. This feature makes it great to help keep the chill off baby in the winter and even the intense heat off him in the summer. This canopy is also helpful in protecting baby from the wind, sunburns, and keeping the sunlight out of her eyes so she can rest.


Woven car seat canopy crochet pattern


The canopy is a great gift idea from grandmothers, mothers, or for baby showers! The pattern level is intermediate. Buy the pattern for $3.50 by clicking here or save when you buy both patterns for only $6.50.


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6 Comments

Reply Joshua
1:17 PM on October 15, 2013 
For your woven car seat canopy, is there supposed to be a row of straight treble crochets before going to row three such as you show on your linked video tutorial for the celtic weave that you have referenced? How am I supposed to work the section after the asterisk? I am sure I am just not understanding properly. Can you please explain? Thank you very much!
Reply whiteleyka
10:45 AM on August 14, 2013 
For those who are struggling with this pattern: Go to the top of my page and click on "Links." On this page, I have a link that should help you better understand the stitch used. If you are still having trouble after using the link, feel free to contact me. Happy crocheting!
Reply Valerie
9:58 PM on August 13, 2013 
I seem to be having the same issue at row 4. This is the first time i'm doing a pattern with front and back posts. If you had any picture of the pattern in progress that would help me along tremendously! This is a super cute pattern and I'd love to be able to complete this project!
Reply Teresa
2:41 PM on August 12, 2013 
Can I be sent more info as well? I am on row 5...I more or less would like some photos to compare to to see if I'm on the right track, as to me it looks funny.
Reply whiteleyka
9:19 AM on August 4, 2013 
Bonnie says...
I really like the carrier canopy. When I tried to follow your directions for the basket weave stitch, I had problems beginning with row 4. Since this was a take-along project for me while my son is in the hospital, I just used another stitch and your general directions. What is the finished size of the project? Since I used an alternate stitch, please tell me at what measurement I would attach the straps. Thanks, I appreciate your talent.


This is a very common mistake. Rather than trust the pattern and follow it as written, many people try to change it at about row 3 or 4. Like you, they assume that the pattern is wrong because they think my pattern uses the basket weave stitch. The basket weave stitch is not used in this pattern. I have sent you an email with more information that will help you.

Thank you for your comment!
Reply Bonnie
6:04 AM on August 4, 2013 
I really like the carrier canopy. When I tried to follow your directions for the basket weave stitch, I had problems beginning with row 4. Since this was a take-along project for me while my son is in the hospital, I just used another stitch and your general directions. What is the finished size of the project? Since I used an alternate stitch, please tell me at what measurement I would attach the straps. Thanks, I appreciate your talent.