Diagonal Garter Stitch Steering Wheel Cover
This project is quick to knit and uses just 4 ounces of Worsted Weight yarn.
The model shown in the pictures and on the video is hand spun of 100% merino wool from Mary Jane’s Attic (maryjanesattic.net). It is Navajo plied.
4 oz Worsted Weight yarn
The model shown in the pictures and on the video is hand spun of 100%
merino wool from Mary Jane’s Attic (maryjanesattic.net). It is Navajo plied
Size 6 4mm knitting needles (I used Double pointed needles due to the small scale of the project, use 2 for the main project and a third if joining with 3 needle bind off)
Size F 3.50mm crochet hook (if joining ends by 3 needle bind off with 2 needles and 1 crochet hook, see my video )
Yarn Needle (if joining ends by Kitcheners stitch or by sewing)
Non-slip rug underlay or similar material that grips both the finished steering wheel cover and the steering wheel
Waste yarn (if casting on by crochet chain)
You will need to know how to knit garter stitch, make increases and decreases, I demonstrate my increase method in this video:
You can use the joining method of your choice. Below is a video in which I demonstrate how to make a 3 needle bind off with 2 needles and a crochet hook in this video:
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