How to make a CUTE CROCHET CHAIR COVER
I ran into a slight problem, though. Every picture on Pinterest I clicked on had no pattern, not a single one. Or if they did have a pattern it was in a language Google translate wasn’t happy with. What was a girl to do? Well, design her own Crochet Chair cover of course!
Well, I never was one for following patterns anyway so what if I started making a cover and wrote down what I did, then shared it with you, fine people, so that is what I did.
Disclaimer – I am not a crochet expert so if I get my pattern codes wrong please feel free to let me know so I can improve it for you. Also If I can provide you with details of supplies I will do but they will be affiliate links that may earn Snapshots and Snippets money.
All stitches are UK stitches
CROCHET CHAIR COVER SUPPLIES
- Wool was standard double knitting wool
- crochet needle was a 4mm
|st(s) = stitch(es)||htbl- half treble|
|dc = double crochet||dtbr- double treble|
|tbl – treble stitch||ch – chain|
Crochet Chair cover pattern
Cast on – In first colour – chain 4 and join in a circle.
1st row Ch 3 , then do 11 tbl into the circle to make 12 in total.
2nd row (Change colour) Ch3 and tbl 1 into the first st, *Ch 1 then tbl 2 into next stitch do this all the way around – 24tbl in total and finish with a Ch to join the circle.
3rd row (Change colour) Ch3 and tbl 2 in first chain gap. *Ch1 then tbl 3 all the way around, join at the end.
4th row (Change colour) Ch3 and tbl 1 into first st . *Ch 1 tbl 2 until end , join at end.
5th row (Change colour) slip stitch to the chain space. Ch 3 tbl 2, then tbl3 into ch sp until end.Join.
6th row (Change colour) – same as row 5
7th row (Change colour) Ch 2 ,htbl 2 Ch 1, *htbl 3 Ch1 until end, join.
8th row (Change colour) Ch 3 tbl 1 , *tbl 2 into Ch sp, tbl 2 until end. join.
9th row (Change colour) Ch 5, dtbl 2 into next st , *dtbl 1 , dtbl 2 until end, join.
10th row(Change colour) Ch5, dtbl 1 into each st until end, join.
11th row (Change colour) Ch 5, dtbl , Ch1 but skip 2 sts ,*dtbl 2 Ch 1 but skip 2 st until end, join.
12th row (Change colour) slip st to Ch sp, Ch 4 dtbl 2 in Ch sp ,*Ch1 dtbl3 into next sp until end, join.
13th row (Change colour) Ch 4 dtbl 2, *chain 1 dtbl 3 until end , join.
14th row (Change colour) Ch 2 htbl in between 2 sts , *htbl2 into Ch sp, htbl 2 in between next 2 st until end ( see picture below )
15th row (Change colour) Ch 5, dtbl 2 into same stitch, *Ch 2 but skip 3, dtbl 3 into next stitch until end, join.
16th row (Change colour) Chain 2, dc in ever st until end
17th row Same colour dc in ever st – cast off.
This made a 16-inch seat cover – miss out a row if you want it smaller, add an increase row if you want it bigger.
As for the chair – first thing I did was take it apart and painted it white, I made the cover and resembled the chair with the cover in place. I decorated the chair with ribbons and made a simple round cushion out of fleece material.
I love it and I hope that I have inspired someone else to make a chair cover. Have a crafty fun weekend.
If you liked this Crochet chair cover project try out my other crochet posts here
- Crochet Apples- Back to school hand warmers
- Make your own crochet hook/ Make-up brush case
- Crochet Hexagons- a great way to use up scraps
- 3 Cool Crochet Headbands
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