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Seatbelt Cover Free Crochet Pattern

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Are you in need of a seatbelt cover? Look no further, friend! This super quick, free crochet pattern is the perfect cushion to all of the seatbelts in your vehicle. Whip one up today and ride in comfort – and style!

Seatbelt Cover Crochet Pattern

Seatbelt Cover Crochet Pattern

This year we are starting a BRAND NEW series… this time for the automobiles! In 2022 I will share 12 NEW, easy, and free crochet patterns that will make life easier when you’re in your vehicle. I’ve got plenty of awesome ideas rolling around in my head and I’m ready to tackle them and then share them all with you!

Make sure you come back on the second Friday of each month to see the new installment of this year-long series. I am SO excited about this one! 👐

Seatbelt Cover Crochet Pattern

In 2020 we did a “Cloth Series” in which we crocheted a new cloth each month using a NEW stitch – always in three different sizes.

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In 2021 we did a “Household Series” in which we crocheted a useful item for the home each month.

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I recently bought a new-to-me car, a FIAT 500X that is absolutely adorable. I have named her Fiona and she is so much fun to drive. This is the smallest little SUV I’ve ever seen and the gas mileage is great – which of course I’ll always appreciate.

I used my Cricut to make this decal for the back. Ahhhh-dorable! If you’re local (I’m near Wichita, KS) and see me bopping around with little Fiona in the back, make sure you say hi! 🙋‍♀️

Seat belts should all be just shy of 2″ wide. We will make one 4.5″ strip that will encompass the seat belt itself, and you can decide how tall to make it based on your own preference. You can make yours as short as 10″ or so, or up to 20″ – 24″! Totally up to you. You can, of course, do exactly as I have done which is about 14″ tall.

seat belt cover crochet pattern

When I decided to do a “car series” for this year, I ran it by my family members to see if they had any amazing ideas – which of course they did. 😉 When we discussed the seatbelt cover my mom (who recently underwent breast cancer treatments) mentioned that this would be a great thing for those undergoing chemotherapy to use in their cars.

The port used for the chemo is placed on the chest, right about where the seat belt goes and can be super uncomfortable. So, this could be a thoughtful thing to do for your loved one if they are undergoing chemo treatments as well!

Materials:

Lion Brand Go For Fleece Sherpa Yarn
-approx. 25 yards

Crochet hook in size 12mm

Note that you could also use a different fuzzy yarn, or faux fur yarn if you have it, such as Fable Fur from WeCrochet.

fable fur yarn

Pattern Notes: 

Pattern written using US terms.

The chain at the beginning of the row does not count as a stitch.

Fhdc – Foundation Half Double Crochet (this is easier to start due to the nature of the yarn, as it is difficult to see your stitches.)

Because of the nature of this yarn, you’ll want to FEEL the stitches instead of look for them. This post on how to work with super fuzzy (or fur) yarns will help should you need it!

If you need help reading a crochet pattern, make sure you head over here and check out this detailed post.

Gauge: Unimportant, but 7 sts = 4.5″

Pattern:

Row 1: Fhdc-7 (or you can Ch-8, hdc in 2nd chain from hook and in each to end.) (7)

Rows 2 – 15 (or until desired height is reached): Ch-1, turn, hdc in each st to end (7)

Fasten off leaving ~20″ tail for seaming (or longer if you went taller than my 15 rows/14″).

Fold around the seat belt and sew together using the Mattress Stitch.

seat belt cover crochet pattern

I have so many great, quick, and useful patterns planned for this “Car Series” and I can not wait to share them with you! Come back on the second Friday of each month for the next installment of the series. I hope you love your seat belt cover!

seatbelt cover free crochet pattern

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  1. I have to tell you a funny story about the Fiat 500. I lived in Italy as a military brat. One day my girl friend and I were walking down the street, minding our own business (as much as two 16 year Olds can..lol) and some guys, Italian, young drove by whistling n hollering at us. We just ignored them like good, innocent girls. Since they couldn't get our attention, etc, they drove up a bit and turned around. Now able to get beside us, we still ignored them. They wanted our attention so they drove their Fiat 500 up on the sidewalk (which was double size). Lol. Needless to say we had to run n duck in a store...lol This was back in 1978-79 time frame. They have gotten a wee bit bigger. Just thought you'd appreciate that story.
  2. Have the covers in all our vehicles as my husband has a pace maker on his left side & he says they really make a difference for comfort. I put 3 small buttons down the length & just find a spot in the yarn to poke them thru. Used a thick yarn. Thanks for all the great patterns.
    1. That's a great idea, if I make them for me I know my son's will want to remove them if they drive my car.
  3. Can you give guidance on how to make this with buttons so that it can be removed to be washed if we should drop something on it while driving and eating? (Ya know for us nurses who feel we live in our cars by how much time we are driving and working ). Thanks so much for such amazing patterns!!
  4. My mom has a port for her chemo, and she complains about the seatbelt when I drive her. Added this to my immediate make list! Thank you so much! This will make part of her life more comfortable.
  5. I have been crocheting seat belt covers for awhile now. Both in cotton and fuzzy yarns with Velcro fasteners. I like the cotton ones better.
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  7. Want to give as Xmas gifts so i need a way that's easy for them to just put on and take off. Would Velcro work on yarn? Any suggestions would be appreciated. Ty0
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  10. Thanks - just wanted to say I have something similar to this on my own in the past using cotton yarn, but with the worsted weight you may be able to make it just a row larger and it should have just enough stretch to slide over your seat belts! You can then take them off easily enough to wash or maybe change to another color! :-}
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