Crochet Pattern: Rambunctious Race Car

By Rachel Choi – 8 Comments

Vroom vroom!! New in the Crochet Spot Store, the Rambunctious Race Car will go crazy in the hands of a child with a wild imagination! This race car is a fun challenge to crochet but is not intended for beginners. Crocheters should be comfortable changing colors while crocheting to create the race stripes and windows. Prior experience with sewing and shaping crocheted pieces together is recommended. Basic embroidery skills will also be needed to create the small details.

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8 Comments

  1. izzy says:

    SO cute

  2. Marieta says:

    lovelyy¡¡

    xxoo

  3. christina says:

    nice job rachel!! this one is awesome, you should be proud =)

  4. Sarah Dee says:

    Ewww, I’m sorry, I don’t find it appealing at all.

  5. Mary says:

    I think my nephew is going to love this one! I’m going to make one for him for Christmas. I can already picture him going “vroom vroom” all around the house hehe

    By the way, I love the tire details :)

  6. Elizabeth says:

    I DO!! it’s awesome, i’m going to maybe buy and make it for my little brother!! :D lol

  7. Darlene says:

    I am in the middle of making the little car and am wondering if there is a mistake in the windshield? The picture looks like it is 8 rows and the pattern calls for 9. The windshield looks really over-sized with 9 rows. Thank you for your help. It is a cute pattern and I think my grand nephew whose first birthday is Sunday will have a lot of fun with it.

    • Rachel says:

      Hi Darlene, that’s correct. The front window is 1 row larger than the back. But if you prefer, you can make it smaller. Just make sure you line it up when you sew the car together and you should be fine. Have fun with it!

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