Toddler Car Pants


"The car pants are specially designed for those toddlers that hate blankets or anything to wrap them up at nights. The upper part is a road with police car and a jeep (there is link to how to crochet both in the pattern) but you may use any other embelishment you like. The pants are wide enough to allow additional lining. The pattern is made for 4-5y old kid, can be adjusted for different sizes if you use different hook size."


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge13dc x 8rows of dc makes a swatch of 4.5in x 4.5in (10cm x 10cm)

Finished Size21in(53cm) long without the ribbing, 23in(58cm) with the ribbing on the bottom, 8.5in(22cm) wide at the waistband, 13in(33cm) at the widest part around the hips.

Materials List

  • Worsted weight yarn
  • Tapestry needle
  • Yarn - around 250 gr

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These are so cute. I know two little guys who would love these. I just want to change the colors to dark brown and no stripes. Then add the embellishments. Or even make them into shorts. I reD the instructions and it would be very easy to alter. Thank you for offering this.

These are soooo cute!!! I love how unique they are because they definitely seem like something you wouldn't even find at a store. They also look super comfy and cozy.

The name is what brought me to this pattern. I was thinking to myself I am curious to find out what car pants are and now I giggle as I see that they are toddler pants with little cars on them. These are precious. I remember when my boys were small enough to wear this size. These will make a great Christmas gift for some of the little ones on my list. So cute!


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