Do you want to learn how to crochet a Gingerbread 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 Gingerbread apron Pattern for you today, it’s a fast and easy tutorial, that was created by Repeat Crafter Me.


    Crochet Gingerbread apron

    Christmas hasn’t arrived yet, but when the subject is crochet, we have to plan in advance the pieces we will work with. I love christmas, and inspired by this magical atmosphere I will make a series of posts about Crochet Christmas Aprons. All patterns are very simple and works from the bottom up. They are made to fit in childrens but it would be easy to add more rows to make it longer or add more chains to your starting chain to make it longer.

    For today we will work in the Crochet Gingerbread apron . Maybe you’re not American, and you don’t know what Gingerbreads are. But don’t worry, we’ll explain.

    Gingerbread are the most aromatic cookies out there. I love baking these cookies and making the whole house smell like spices. Not to mention that you can poke holes in them, decorate them and hang them on the Christmas tree! It looks beautiful and all the kids will love being able to eat the ornaments!


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    Crochet Gingerbread apron


    You can follow the step by step with clear instructions and photos.

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

    • The pattern suggest Bernat Super Value yarn in Topaz brown and White, we gona use one skein of each.
    • Small strand of black yarn
    • Crochet Hook Size H
    • Tapestry Needle
    • Two small black buttons for the eyes, two small pink buttons for the cheeks, two larger (1 inch) red buttons and one green for the tummy. (you also have the option to crochet these pieces)
    • Small strand of black yarn

    About the size, the apron has approximately 17 inches wide and 17 inches tall if we not include the neck strap)

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