8 Free Crochet Apron Patterns
It’s no mystery why anyone would want free crochet apron patterns. For one thing, aprons are practical and protect your clothing while cooking or cleaning. They’re also easy to remove if they become stained, and their roots hail to the 50s when aprons were worn by everyone in the kitchen as they baked crumbly apple pies from scratch.
But aprons aren’t just for cooking anymore. Today, aprons have much more gumption. Aprons are colorful, have bigger pockets and are used for gardening, for entertaining and even for style.
These free crochet apron patterns boast a variety of uses for every day. So get your crochet hooks ready and make yourself some useful, and adorable, free crochet apron patterns. And with so many uses and colors to choose from, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t create an array of aprons to wear throughout the week!
8 Free Crochet Apron Patterns
Crochet Apron Patterns For Style
Crochet Apron Patterns For the Garden
Crochet Apron Patterns For the Kitchen
Crochet Apron Patterns For the Kids
Aprons used to just belong inside the kitchen or wrapped around a chef as he or she prepared a meal, but today, aprons are making a comeback - and a cute one at that!
More Than An Apron (above, left) is a great example of an apron that’s practical and stylish. Crochet this apron to wear while baking or throw it over your favorite pair of jeans and a tank for a comfy, homemade outfit. This apron is long enough that it can easily be made into a dress when paired with heels or a delicate shawl like this Ruffled Stole (above, right).
Another great way to jazz up an apron is to add a decorative trim. Use this free crochet tutorial for Crocheted Retro Apron Trim to bring new life to a apron you already own.
For more beautiful shawls to dazzle up your outfit, check out our 12 Free Crochet Shawl Patterns.
Crochet Apron Patterns For the Garden:
Isn’t it difficult carrying all of your gardening tools when you’re trying to maintain the garden? This Crochet Gardening Apron (above) has three large pockets to accommodate whatever you may need to carry out to the garden, such as a hand trowel or pouches of seeds.
Even though aprons are branching out into other uses, they still make great kitchen companions, but who says you have to wear something muted and dull? Crocheting a Daisy Apron (left) will make cooking fun for even the most leery of chefs. This is a cute and colorful apron that can easily be customized to suit various tastes.
If you're looking for a crochet apron pattern to wear during the holidays, then the Sparkly Christmas Hostess Apron is just what you need. This free crochet pattern uses sparkly yarn and has a decorative lace trim that makes it festive enough for the holiday season.
Making your daughter or son an Apron Halter (above) is a great way to get him or her involved in cooking - and hopefully crochet! As a reward for helping with dinner, crochet a Fashion Doll Apron to let Barbie get in on the cooking and baking fun!
For more great and easy crochet ideas, check out our collection of 10 Free Easy Crochet Patterns and Help for Beginners.