Crochet Pram Cover

There is nothing cuter than seeing a babies face peeping out under a crochet pram cover,
this one is made in 35 sweet square motifs and joined together in rows of five by seven.

Have fun with them!

See also my FREE Granny and Afghan Square patterns.

crochet pram cover

Subscribe to my Newsletters - for regular news

Click here for UK format

Crochet Pram Cover                                  CNC117

Scroll down the page for FREE pattern and to PRINT or

Click here to purchase a PDF of this pattern (advert free) *

Find all my FREE crochet patterns HERE

Abbreviations
ch.     Chain
sc.      Single Crochet
dc.     Double Crochet
rpt.    Repeat
sl st.  Slip Stitch
DNT. Do Not Turn

Base of ch. Work in first stitch

ch3 counts as first dc

Approx finished size: 28.5 Inches long x 20 Inches wide

Materials
I have used approx:-
100 grams of Stylecraft Special DK in each of the colors 1, 2 & 3

OR an equivalent yarn would be:-
3.5oz of Worsted Weight #3 in each of the colors 1, 2 & 3

5.50mm & 4.00mm Clover crochet hooks

***************************************************

Made in rows with out turning until the end of Row 5.

Square 1 (make 17) –Click here for instructions on how to make this

* * * *

Square 2 (make 18) – Using color 1 make a magic circle, with 4.00mm hook ch1, work 6sc
in ring, pull loose strand of yarn to close circle, sl st to first sc on beginning of row.

Row 2 – ch1, 2sc in base of ch1, 2sc in each sc to end, sl st to first sc on beginning of row.
(12sc)

Row 3 – ch3, work (1dc, ch2, 2dc) in base of ch3, * 1dc in each of next 2sc, (2dc, ch2, 2dc) in
next sc, * rpt from * to * to last 2sc, 1dc in each of 2dc, sl st to top of ch3 on beginning of
row.

Row 4 – ch3, 1dc in next dc, (2dc, ch2, 2dc) in next ch2 space, * 1dc in each of next 6dc, (2dc, ch2, 2dc) in next ch2 space, * rpt from * to * to last 4dc, 1dc in each of the 4dc, sl st to top
of ch3 on beginning of row.

Row 5 – ch3, 1dc in next 3dc, (2dc, ch2, 2dc) in next ch2 space, * 1dc in each of next 10dc,
(2dc, ch2, 2dc) in next ch2 space, * rpt from * to * to last 6dc, 1dc in each of the 6dc, sl st
to top of ch3 on beginning of row. Fasten off. Turn.

Join in colour color 3

Row 6 – ch1, 1sc in base of ch1, work 1sc in each dc around square and (2sc, ch2, 2sc) in
each ch2 space to end, sl st to first sc on beginning of row. Fasten off.

Weave in all loose ends of yarn and trim off, whip stitch or sl st squares into 7 strips of 5 as
set out in picture graph (see below).

picture graph

Border – Starting on a corner with color 1 and 4.00mm hook, * work 1ch, 1dc into base of
1ch, 1dc into each dc around blanket to end, working 3dc into each corner, 1dc into base
of 1ch on beginning of row, ss to first dc. Turn.

Rpt last row from * once. DNT.

Work 1 row of crab stitch around all four sides of blanket. Fasten off.

crochet pram cover corner

Hope you enjoy this free crochet pattern for flower granny square, don’t forget to pin it!

Bye for now.

********************************************************

All pattern sizing, yarn weights, gauges etc on this website are approximate as
everybody crochets differently.
Every effort is made to ensure this pattern is correct,
but I am only human so mistakes may be made, if you find one please let me know by
e-mail on crochetncreate@btinternet.com

The written instructions and pictures for this crochet pram cover pattern are copyrighted to
crochet ‘n’ create © 2017.

You are welcome to sell the finished products made from the free crochet pram cover pattern,
I just ask that you use your own pictures and put a link back to crochet ‘n’ create.

If you wish to tell your friends and followers about this pattern, please only use a direct
link to the pattern page on crochet ‘n’ create. DO NOT share the written instructions for
this crochet pram cover pattern.

print

2 thoughts on “Crochet Pram Cover

  1. Sharon Antikainen

    Thank you for the Pram cover pattern. I live in USA, but as a young child I lived in England, as my father was in the United States Air Force and we had a Pram for my younger brother and one for my dollies. We call them buggies here, but we also don’t have the Prams as they are known in the UK. Our stollers have taken over the market for many years. But I have found memories of the Pram. Wish I still had one either full size or doll size. Would be fun to own one again. Again, thank you, and have a pleasant week. Sharon

Leave a Reply