Do you want to learn how to crochet a Grinch Apron? Here you will learn how to do it step by step.

    Hi there, here at Crochet fashion you will find great tutorials, and I have a perfect Crochet Grinch Apron Pattern for you today, it’s a fast and easy tutorial, that was created by Repeat Crafter Me.


    If you are an expert or beginner in crochet, you must already know that you need to plan your crochet projects in advance, to have them all in time for the holidays.

    So, we bring this beautiful pattern to you. It’s a cute, easy and fun pattern for adults and teens wear when preparing Christmas treats.

    The Apron for children is the Crochet Gingerbread Apron. If you haven’t seen this pattern yet click here.

    Crochet Gingerbread apron


    And this Crochet Grinch Apron is the version for adults. Imagine the family photos, how beautiful they will be?!So far have you liked the clear instructions? Then see the FREE written pattern.  You can follow the step by step with clear instructions and photos.

    Gring Apron

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    We’re using U.S. crochet terms in this tutorial and materials used for this project are:

    • Green Yarn in this tutorial she used Bernat Super Value in Lush Green.
    • White Yarn
    • Berry Red Yarn
    • Size H Crochet Hook
    • Tapestry Needle

    About the size, is approximately 23 inches wide and 23 inches tall (not including the neck strap)

    So far have you liked the clear instructions? Then see the FREE written pattern.  You can follow the step by step with clear instructions and photos.

    Thanks to Repeat Crafter Me for the article inspiration and featured image.

    Curiosities about Grinch:

    The Grinch’s story is based on the children’s book “How The Grinch Stole Christmas” written by Dr. Seuss in 1957. The Grinch is a mean, green creature who hates the Christmas spirit.

    This story became famous after a movie starring Jim Carry became famous, and a Christmas classic. But what few know is about the CIA’s involvement in the film’s production.

    The prosthetic makeup that Jim Carrey used to play the character took about two hours to apply and an hour to remove. The actor felt so confined and uncomfortable in the latex costume that he sought the advice of a CIA agent to learn torture resistance techniques! In all, Carrey spent ninety-two days of shooting in makeup like the Grinch. Freakish, right?

    The original Grinch was not green. In the book by Dr. Seuss, he was black and white with some red and pink spots. However, producer and director Ron Howard wanted this film to also be an adaptation of How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, an animated short released in 1966.

    Last but not least you need to connect everything to your garland by sewing and you are done.

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