Crochet Car Seat Blanket Pattern

Are you looking for a fast baby shower gift? This free car seat crochet blanket is EASY to make and is a perfect quick project! Read on down to find the free crochet pattern to get started today.

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This Blanket Will Make a Great Gift!

This car seat blanket pattern would make the perfect shower gift or present for a sweet little one! If you love ripple or chevron crochet patterns, then this one is for you!

Read on down for the FREE crochet car seat blanket and get started today!

The Yarn

When I decided to make this car seat blanket, I made sure I picked fun colors!  I was instantly drawn to the Impeccable yarn line from Michael’s Stores because of all the bright fun color choices I would have!

Don’t have a Michael’s nearby? Shop on Amazon.com to find a substitute. I ultimately chose to go with a bright yellow & green combo mixed with earthy neutrals.

Any Color Combination Will Look Great With This Blanket

The colors that I made this blanket with are perfect for a baby boy or girl! Don’t you agree? Feel free to switch up the colors and make it in any color combination you can imagine for this blanket!

I made a similar chevron baby blanket in yellow & white also! I can’t wait to see what color combinations everyone uses for their blankets.

Easy Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern

I used a size J crochet hook, and I highly recommend Boye crochet hooks since I have found them to be the easiest to work with during this pattern. 

The great thing about this project is that it only takes less than one skein of yarn of each color to make the car seat blanket. Perfect!

In the pattern notes section, I listed out all the materials needed, including the exact colors I used, so your crochet blanket will be precisely the same!

Ready to Get Started?

Read on down to make a Modern Striped Car Set Baby Blanket today.

Happy Crocheting!

Free Crochet Baby Car Seat Blanket Pattern

Skill Level: Easy

Materials

Crochet Terms

  • Ch: Chain
  • St:  Stitch
  • Dc:  Double Crochet
  • Sl St: Slip Stitch
  • Dc3Tog: {Yarn Over, pick up loop in next St. Yarn Over, Draw through 2 loops on hook} 3 times, Yarn Over, Draw through 4 Loops on hook}
  • Rep: Repeat

Crochet Pattern Notes

  • I will refer to the different color skeins of yarn as Color A, Color B, etc.
  • Written in standard US terms
  • To make a bigger blanket, you will need to chain a multiple of 14 +3. For example…14,28,42,56,70,84,98,112, 126,140,154,168,182,196,210,224, 238,252,266,280,294,308, etc. then add 3 chains to whatever length you have chosen.
Modern Striped Ripple Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

The Ripple Crochet Pattern Steps

To Start: Ch 59 Using Color A

Foundation Row: 2 Dc in 4th  Ch from Hook, *1 Dc in each of next 3 Ch, {Dc3Tog in next 3 Ch} twice, 1 Dc in each of next 3 Ch **, 3 Dc in next 2 St, Rep from * across, ending with last Rep
at **, 3 DC in the last Chain, Turn.

Row 1:  Chain 3 (counts as 1st Dc) 2 Dc in the same space as chain 3, *1 Dc in next 3 Dc (from the previous row). {Dc3Tog in the next 3 Chains} Twice, 1 Dc in each of the next 3 Dc (from the previous row) ** 3 Dc in each of next 2 St. Rep from * across, ending last Rep at **, 3 Dc in top of the turning Ch from the previous row. Turn.

Row 2: Rep Row 1.

Row 3: Rep Row 1.

Row 4: Rep Row 1.

Row 5: Change Colors here to Color B now. You can use my tutorial on how to change colors Here if needed. Using Color B, rep Row 1.

Row 6-9:  Rep Row 1 Using Color B.

Row 10:  Change to Color C. Using Color C, Rep Row 1.

Row 11-14:  Rep Row 1 using Color C.

Row 15:  Change to Color D. Using Color D, Rep Row 1.

Row 16-19:  Rep Row 1 Using Color D.

Row 20:  Change to Color E. Using Color E, Rep Row 1.

Row 21-24: Repeat Row 1 Using Color E.

Row 25: Change to Color F. Using Color E, Rep Row 1.

Row 26-29:  Rep Row 1 Using Color F.

Row 30: Change to Color G. Using Color G, Rep Row 1.

Row 31-34: Rep Row 1, Using Color G.

The Final Blanket

Finishing

Fasten off with a sl st and cut yarn with a pair of scissors. Weave in loose ends throughout the blanket with a yarn needle.

The finished size is approximately 30 × 17 inches, which is the perfect size for a car seat blanket!

Modern Striped Ripple Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

You Are Done!

I hope this will be your go-to accessory for baby shower gifts, just because of gifts or even for your sweet baby!

9 Comments

  1. Can I get a printe friendly copy? Love the idea
    Can’t wait.

    Thank you,

    1. Hi Donna,
      I don’t have a printable version of this design, but some people like to copy + paste to get the pattern. 🙂

      Happy Crocheting!

      -Krista

  2. I am having a hard time figuring out the foundation row. Could you please explain it more or do you have a video I could use for reference?

    1. Hi Angee,

      I’d be happy to help what part of the Foundation Row did you need help with?

      Krista

  3. Cindy Hein says:

    Hi Krista
    I am going to make a baby blanket using your pattern and would like to do a practice swatch first. If I were to chain 17 would that be enough to give me a pattern repeat or would I have to do 31 ?

    Cindy

  4. I love this – thank you for the cool pattern. If you want to increase the width larger than 17 inches – how many stitches would you add on? I can’t tell what the repeat would be…. TIA!!

    1. Hi! I wrote this so long ago I not quite sure! I will have to take a peek at it and figure it out! Ill post here when I do! (Hopefully today!)

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