Steering Wheel Cover

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Introduction: Steering Wheel Cover

About: I have been sewing and crafting for several years, my children are grown so now I have lots of time to be creative. I enjoy photography, cooking, cake decorating, painting and sharing my projects with others.

Here is an easy way to make an inexpensive and washable steering wheel cover. These instructions are for a 15" steering wheel. You want the cover to wrap around the steering wheel snugly.

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Step 1: Supplies

For this project you will need Cotton fabric, 1/3 yard, denim scraps, 2 yards of 1/4" wide elastic, sewing machine, matching thread. Large safety pin. measuring tape.

Step 2: Cut Fabric

Cut a piece of cotton fabric 6" x 48" or 2 pieces of fabric 6" x 24-1/2" & place right sides together. Sew together at one of the short ends. Press seam open.

Step 3: Pin Fabric Onto Denim

Place the denim in the center of the wrong side of fabric. Pin. Turn under raw edge 1/2".

Step 4: Sew Casing

Turn the sides of the fabric under 1/4". Turn under again 3/4". Pin all the way around. Repeat with the other side. Sew around both sides, leaving 1" gap open for elastic.

Step 5: Elastic

Cut 2 pieces of 1/4" elastic, each 30" long. Attach a large safety pin to the end of one and push it through one side of the steering wheel cover. Hand stitch the ends together. Repeat with the other piece of elastic on the other side of steering wheel cover.

Step 6: The Finished Product

These would make great gifts for family and friends.

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    tscott25

    5 years ago

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    tscott25
    tscott25

    5 years ago

    Very nice! ? Good Idea!!! Thanks for sharing! ?

    What an awesome little sewing project. 110 degrees definitely sounds hot enough to cause pain so I bet this is really useful. Thanks for sharing!