Trailer and Hay

G Hook

Worsted weight yarn in light yellow, dark yellow, and brown

Plastic Canvas


– Hay –


With Yellow, ch 8.

R1: Sc in 2nd and across.

R2-9: Sc across.

Fasten Off.


Repeat top.

Sides (Make 2)

Ch 5.

R1: Sc in 2nd and across.

R2-9: Sc across.

Fasten Off.

Ends (Make 2)

Ch 8.

R1: Sc in 2nd and across.

R2-4: Sc across.

Fasten Off.

Sl st sides and ends to each other to make an open rectangle.

Sl st top to sides and ends.

Add small piece of plastic canvas so that when stuffed, the hay does not bulge. Stuff and sl st the bottom to the rest of the piece.

In the second row on the top piece and using a different yellow or brown, slst a line around (to imitate baling line on a bale of hay). Slst all the way around, fasten off.

Repeat the “baling line” in the second row up from the bottom on the top piece. Fasten off.

– Trailer –

Bed (Make 2)

With brown, ch 18.

R1: Sc in 2nd ch and across.

R2-20: Sc across. Fasten off.

Measure a piece of plastic canvas to a size just smaller than the trailer bed pieces. Sandwich the canvas between the 2 bed pieces and sl st together.


Join brown in any slst on the top of the bed. Sc around for 2 rows. Fasten off.

Wheel Sides (Make 4)

With brown, work 6 sc into a magic ring. Pull ring tight.

Work in spirals. Do not join.

R1: 2 sc in ea sc around.

R2: (sc, 2sc) around.

Fasten off.

Wheel tread:

Ch 19.

R1: Sc in 2nd and across.

R2: In BLO, sc across. DO NOT FASTEN OFF.

With FL of R1 as RS, sl to 1st wheel side. When you get to the end of the tread, sl st the two tread ends together. Sl st the other wheel side to the other side of the tread. Loosely stuff before you finsh the join.

Joining the wheel to the bed:

In the middle of the bed, sl st the top 5 sl st on the back of the finished wheel to 5 st in the railing. Repeat on the other side.


I found it necessary for the stability of the wheel to add an axle under the bed of the trailer. I used an old paintbrush for this. I laid it against the underside of the bed of the trailer and secured it with a row of single crochets in the place where it could reach into both wheels. Then I used my handy dandy glue gun to secure the ends of the “axle” to the wheels.

Towing Line:

With a 2.5” piece of pipe cleaner, make a hook with one end and a loop into which you can crochet with the other:

Into the loop, sl st and ch 20. At the end of the ch, sc in the corner of the short side of the trailer railing. Working in chain, sc into 2nd from hook and next 9. Ch 10 and repeat in the opposite corner. Working in chain, sc into 2nd from hook and across, sl st to last worked sc in ch and sc across to pipe cleaner. Fasten off.

Please note: This pattern is free for your use. Please feel free to make as many as you want of the finished project. If you choose to sell your final product, please credit this site for the pattern. Please DO NOT SELL the pattern. Thanks!

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