Car Seat Blankets

Car Seat Blankets

Car Seat BlanketsCar Seat Blankets
Gifted by: Leisure Arts
www.leisurearts.com
Reviewed by Jeanette Benoit, Editor, AllFreeCrochet.com

 

It's important to keep your baby warm and toasty when you leave the house, but it's not always convenient to bring those big baby blankets with you in the car. Inside Car Seat Blankets by Becky Stevens, you'll find eight easy crochet afghans to make for your baby when you're on-the-go. These crochet designs were created specifically for little ones because they are small enough to go anywhere your baby goes. They are designed to fit snugly over car seats, carriers, strollers, and highchairs.

All of these crochet baby blankets are easy to work up and can be made in two different sizes based on your yarn choice and hook size. This 47-page booklet includes large color photographs of each blanket, plus general crochet instructions including crochet abbreviation, symbols and terms, and basic stitch tutorials. Choose from eight crochet designs: Alternating Blocks, Leaf Stitch, Mountains & Valleys (on the cover), Rectangular Filet, Ripple, Vertical Stripes, Crossed Doubles, and Zig Zag Filet.

Treat your little one to a new car seat blanket with any one of these easy crochet patterns. They also make excellent baby shower gifts for expectant moms-to-be because they are so quick and easy to crochet.

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This is a wonderful pattern. I have twin one year old grand babies and I can really use this. For once it's made just for car seats so I don't have to reduce it to fit. And I love the design. I want to do it in various shades of blue.

I can not access the pattern

Hi MF2, This is not a pattern, this is a Book Review. To see the patterns inside this book, you will need to purchase the book. You can try Barnes and Noble, Amazon, or possibly even your local yarn shop. Thanks! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

Have the book in my patterns folder but can't open it to view the patterns Help please!!!

How do I open the pattern?

Unfortunately, the patterns can only be found in the book itself.

How do you open/access the patterns in the Leisure Arts "book" that was in this week's email?

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