Working Man’s Apron Free Crochet Pattern

Thank you for stopping by Jo’s Crafty Hook.  In today’s post I am sharing with you one of my newest crochet designs, the Working Man’s Apron Free Crochet Pattern!

You don’t see a lot of crochet patterns for men.  My husband is always working in his garage and hunting around for his tools, so I thought this Working Man’s Apron would be the perfect thing Just for Him.

I also wanted to let you know that the Working Man’s Apron, will be part of the Just for Him Event hosted by Sunflower Cottage Crochet and sponsored by WeCrochet starting November 17 until November 30, 2021.

 

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Me and 13 other fabulous crochet designers are collaborating and sharing crochet patterns Just for Him.

Each day of the event you can get a FREE pdf copy of a new featured designer and their crochet pattern that was designed Just for Him.  The event will start at 3a EST and run until 2:59a EST the next day.

 

 

You can find out how the Just for Him Event works and get each day’s featured pattern by clicking on the button below.

 

On my featured day, November 20th, you can get my Working Man’s Apron crochet pattern for Free!  Click  on the button below to download your FREE pdf copy on my featured day, November 20th.

 

 

 

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I used WeCrochet/KnitPicks Brava #7 Bulky Weight.  136 yds/100 gram

Materials:
US Hook K/6.5 mm
340 yds of Cobblestone Heather
816 yds of Black
Scissors
Tapestry Needle
Stitch Markers

Gauge:
Hook US K/6.5 mm
12 st x 8 rows  = 4”

Finished Size:
44” tall
20” wide

The Working Man’s Apron can be very easily customized.  Inside the premium crochet pattern you will find step-by-step picture tutorials.  Also, inside the pattern you will find the inches broken down so you can choose how wide your apron is and how long it is.  Not only can you make this just for him, but it is a totally Unisex pattern.

You can get a PDF copy of the Ad-Free and the Premium crochet pattern that has step-by-step picture tutorials at my Ravelry Store.

 

 

Abbreviations/Stitches Used:
fsc = foundation single crochet
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
rep = repeat
ch = chain
sl st = slip stitch
MC = Main Color
CC = Contrasting Color
RS = Right Side
WS = Wrong Side

Special Stitches:
Foundation Single Crochet:  creates your foundation row at the same time as your first row of single crochet stitches.
Seed Stitch:  alternate sc and dc in the 1st row then you add a dc in the sc and a sc in the dc in the consecutive rows.

Notes:
alt ch 2 and counts as a dc.
ch 2 counts as a dc.
Corners consist of (sc, ch 1, sc) all in the same sp.
The pattern has a lot of pieces.  They are panels, pockets, and straps that will be sewn together.
The pieces may shrink due to the tightness of the stitch.  You may want to block it.
You can steam it or wash it and pin it down.

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Customizing:

The apron can easily be customized to fit your working man.  Below I have supplied the gauges in 1” 2” 3” 4” and the rows needed for 1” 2” 3” 4”

1” = 3st x 2 rows
2” = 6 st x 4 rows
3” = 9 st x 6 rows
4” = 12 st x 8 rows

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Apron Crochet Pattern:

Chest 10” x 8”

Using MC

fsc 30 turn  (30 sc)
alternative:  ch 31, sc in the 2nd ch from hook and each remaining st across.  (30 sc)

R1: ch 1, sc in the same sp, *dc in the next st, sc in the next st*  rep from * until last st, dc in last st.  turn (30 st)

R2-R16:  Repeat R1 do  not turn after R16

Move to the Border below

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Middle 14” x 12”

fsc 42 turn (42 sc)
alternative:  ch 43, sc in the 2nd ch from hook and each remaining chain.  turn (42 sc)

R1: ch 1, sc in the same sp, *dc in the next st, sc in the next st*  rep from * until last st, dc in last st.  (42 st)

R2-R24:  Repeat R1.  Do not turn after R24

Move to Border below

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Bottom 18” x 16”

fsc 54 (54 sc) turn
alternative:  ch 55, sc in the 2nd ch from hook and each remaining chain.  (54 sc)

R1:  ch 1, sc in the same sp, *dc in the next st, sc in the next st*  rep from * until last st, dc in last st.  (54 st)

R2-R32:  Repeat R1.  Do not turn after R32

Move to Border below

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Chest Pockets 2” x 4”
(make 2)

Note:  For a tighter pocket, use sc only in width and height. 

Using CC

fsc 6 turn ( sc)
alternative:  ch 7, sc in the 2nd ch from hook and each remaining chain.  turn (6 sc)

R1:  ch 1, sc in the same sp, *dc in the next st, sc in the next st*  rep from * until last st, dc in last st.  (6 st)

R2-R8:  Repeat R1.  Do not turn after R8

Move to Border below

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Middle Pocket 14” x 10”

fsc 42 turn (42 sc)
alternative:  ch 43, sc in the 2nd ch from hook and each remaining chain.  turn (42 sc)

R1: ch 1, sc in the same sp, *dc in the next st, sc in the next st*  rep from * until last st, dc in last st.  (42 st)

R2-R20:  Repeat R1.  Do not turn after R20

Move to Border below

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Bottom Pocket 18” x 16”

fsc 54 turn (54 sc)
alternative:  ch 55, sc in the 2nd ch from hook and each remaining chain.  turn (54 sc)

R1:  ch 1, sc in the same sp, *dc in the next st, sc in the next st*  rep from * until last st, dc in last st.  turn (54 st)

R2-R24:  Repeat R1.  Do not turn after R24

Move to Border below

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You can get a PDF copy of the Ad-Free and the Premium crochet pattern that has step-by-step picture tutorials at my Ravelry Store.

Border (RS):

Side 1:
ch 1, turn your work to the side and sc evenly down the sides st.  

Corner:
(sc, ch 1, sc) all in the last st.  

Bottom:
turn and sc evenly in the fsc row until the last st.  

Corner:
(sc, ch 1, sc) all in the last st.  

Side 2:
turn and sc evenly up the side of the until the last st.  

Corner:
(sc, ch 1, sc) all in the last st.  

Top:
turn and sc across until the last st.  (sc, ch 1, sc) all in the last st.

Fasten off and weave in ends.

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Apron Border

R1:

Step 1:
Starting in any corner of the apron, attach yarn with a sl st in the corner st.

Step 2:

sc in the same sp as the sl st.  sc in each st around the apron until you come to a corner st.  (sc, ch 1, sc) all in the same st. 

Step 3:
Continue step 2 all the way around the apron, being sure to place the (sc, ch 1, sc) all in the corner st.

Step 4:
Repeat Step 3 until you come to the last st.  sc, ch 1 in the last st and sl st in th 1st st to join.

R2:  ch 1, sc in the same sp.  *sc in each st until you come to the corners, (sc, ch 1, sc) all in the ch-1 sp of the corner.  Rep from *around the apron until the last st, sc, ch 1 in the last st.  sl st in 1st st to join.  

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Pieces Assembly

Step 1:
Line up the middle of the top piece to the middle of the middle piece.  You want to have the same amount of st on the left side as you do the right side.

Step 2:
Starting where your 2 pieces lined up, sew the RS of the bottom st to the RS of the top st.

Fasten off and weave in ends.

Repeat these steps for sewing the top to the middle piece and the middle to the bottom piece.

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Neck Strap 10” x 2”

Neck Strap

When making your slip knot be sure to leave a long tail of yarn for attaching to the top part of your apron.

fsc 30 turn (30 sc)
alternative:  ch 31, sc in the 2nd ch from hook and each remaining st across.  turn  (30 sc)

R1:  ch 1, sc in the same sp, *dc in the next st, sc in the next st*  rep from * until last st, dc in last st.  (30 st)

R2-R3:  Repeat R1.  

R4:  ch 1, sc in the same sp and each st across.  (30 sc)

Fasten off and weave in ends.

For best results for assembling, sc in the end st on both ends of neck straps. 

Leave a long tail on 1 end for attaching to the apron.

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Attaching Neck Strap

Step 1:
Line up the bottom corner of your strap piece to the corner of your top piece.

Step 2:
Starting where your 2 pieces lined up, sew the RS of the bottom st to the RS of the top st.

Fasten off and weave in ends.

Repeat Steps 1 & 2 on the other side of your top piece.

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Waist Ties 20” x 1”
(make 2)

Waist Straps

fsc 60 turn (60 sc)
alternative:  ch 61, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each remaining st across.  turn  (60 sc)

R1:  ch 1, sc in the same sp, *dc in the next st, sc in the next st*  rep from * until last st, dc in last st.  (60 st)

R2:  Repeat R1.  

R3:  ch 1, sc in the same sp and each st across.  (60 sc)

Fasten off and weave in ends.

For best results for assembling, sc in the end st on both ends of waist ties. 

Leave a long tail on 1 end for attaching to the apron.

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Attaching Waist Straps

Step 1:
Line up the bottom corner of your strap piece to the corner of your middle piece where the middle and bottom pieces connect.

Step 2:
Starting at the top of your end piece of the strap line up the st evenly.

Step 3:
Sew the RS of your end piece of your strap to RS of the middle piece.  Do NOT fasten off.

Step 4:
Sew the RS of the bottom of your strap to the RS of the top of your bottom piece, being sure to line up your st evenly.

Fasten off and weave in ends.

Repeat Steps 1-4 on the other side of your apron.

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Pocket Assembly

Step 1:
Place your pockets where you would like to sew them on, being sure to place the WS of your pockets to the RS of your top piece.

Step 2:
Line up the top, sides, and bottom of your pockets to the corresponding rows of the top piece.

Step 3:
Sew from one of the top corners down to the bottom corner, across the bottom, and up to the next corner. You will leave the top of your pocket open.

Repeat Steps 1-3 for each piece and pockets

Fasten off and weave in ends.

Finished Working Man’s Apron

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Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Baby Blanket

Thank you for stopping by Jo’s Crafty Hook to get a free pdf copy of my Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Baby Blanket and for supporting the Preemie Crochet Challenge 2021 hosted by Helen and Sara of Sunflower Cottage Crochet!  The Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Baby Blanket is a new design just for this challenge!

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This is my 2nd year designing a baby blanket for the Preemie Crochet Challenge.  I feel strongly about showing my support because even though my daughter was born on time, she was unresponsive when she was born.  The umbilical cord became wrapped around her neck during delivery and it cut off her oxygen supply. She was in hospital’s NICU for 3 days.  She stayed unresponsive for hours after she was born.

My husband asked our church to pray for our daughter and God answered our prayers!  Later the same day our daughter was born, she recovered!  By the 3rd day she was responding well and we were able to take her home!

My baby wasn’t born premature, buy I still designed a Preemie sized blanket along with a Cradle, a Stroller and a Receiving Blanket sizes.  Below you can see the different sizes done by my testers.

 

Here’s what Catherine had to say about this design:

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Baby is such a fun project to
make. It would have to be one of my favourite projects so
far for 2021. The pattern is so well written, easy to
understand and works up beautifully. I found that it can be
a great scrap buster, where stitch markers are a great
help…It can be made to any size you like…Being one of
the testers I was having so much fun making it, that I
found it so hard to put my work down to do those things
like housework and other daily chores.

 

As part of year 2 of the Preemie Crochet Challenge 2021, hosted by Sunflower Cottage Crochet, you can get a FREE pdf copy of the Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Baby Blanket!  To get your free pdf copy, until August 31, 2021 please use the download button below and use the Coupon Code:  LITTLESTAR

I am hoping you will donate your version of the Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Baby Blanket to a preemie baby in need.  You can donate to your local hospital’s NICU or to someone you know who has had a preemie baby.

Thank you for your support!  I would LOVE to see your version of the Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Baby Blanket!  You can find me at any of the social media sites listed below.  To return to the Preemie Crochet Challenge 2021 please use the button below.

 

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Wrapped in Diamonds Wrap

Jo’s Crafty Hook’s design,Wrapped in Diamonds Wrap, is being featured in the Sun at Home Blog Hop that starts May 11, 2020 and runs until June 1, 2020.  Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs design will be featured on May 21, 2020.  This Wrap is perfect for those warm summer days and those long chilly nights.

This page contains affiliate links.  You can make a purchase using these links that I provide where I may receive compensation (at no added cost to you.)  Purchases you make will help keep my website, Etsy Shop, and my Ravelry Store going and provide quality designs just for you!

Helen and Sara of Sunflower Cottage Crochet are sponsoring the Sun at Home Blog Hop.  There are 22 fabulous crochet designers that have the perfect crochet pattern to match the Sun at Home theme.  To see the free crochet pattern of the day and more information about this event, click on the button below to be directed to Sunflower Cottage Crochet.

On May 21, 2020 you will be able to download an Ad Free PDF crochet pattern of my Wrapped in Diamonds Wrap for 24 hours!  There are 2 ways you can get the free crochet pattern.  One way is to use the Coupon Code SUNATHOME at my Ravelry Store here.  The second way is to click on the Button below and you will be directed to Ravelry and the crochet pattern.  Be sure to save the crochet pattern in your Favorites while at Ravelry!


In designing my Wrapped in Diamonds Wrap I was scrolling through Pinterest trying to find some inspiration for a new design.  I was scrolling through my Crochet Stitches Board, which can be found here, looking for that perfect stitch.  I came across the Argyle Shell Stitch and fell in LOVE!!

My Wrapped in Diamonds Wrap measures 26″ wide x 73″ long.  The yarn I used is Lion Brand Coboo Yarn.  I used 1000 yards of this beautiful lightweight cotton and bamboo mix.  You can make yours any size you like.  I wanted it long to be able to wrap around myself.

The Argyle Shell Stitch consists of a 4 row pattern repeat.  The pictures below show how the Diamonds take shape after each row is added.  Rows 2-5 create the pattern repeats that build the Diamond shapes.

As you can see by the picture below the Argyle Shell Stitch creates the perfect Diamond shapes that come out in the Wrapped in Diamonds Wrap.  The picture below also shows the Edging that I created to surround the beautiful Diamond shapes.

You can use the Argyle Shell Stitch yourself and create a beautiful Wrap,  Blanket, and so much more!  I have a Video Tutorial that has a great example on how to crochet the Argyle Shell Stitch.

To purchase the Wrapped in Diamonds Wrap’s Ad Free PDF Crochet Pattern from Ravelry you can find it here.  While you are there, be sure to check out some of my other crochet designs here.

I LOVE the Argyle Shell Stitch so much that I have designed a lightweight Summer Tee!  The crochet pattern will go into the Testing Phase next month!  If you are interested in Testing the Summer Tee or any of my newest designs, you can join me at Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs Tester Group here!  The Nellie Summer Tee below is in the Testing Phase right now.

Nellie Summer Tee

Be sure to stop by Sunflower Cottage Crochet daily to get your free crochet patterns and check out the Sun at Home Event and the fabulous crochet designers!

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  • Thank you for your interest in my website Jo’s Crafty Hook!  Check out my other patterns at my Etsy Shop JosCraftyHook or at my Ravelry Store Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs!  While you are at my website be sure to subscribe to my Mailing List and Newsletter.  This way you will be notified when I release another pattern or blog post!
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  • I would LOVE to see your version of my designs!  You can “Hook It” at my Ravelry Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs OR add a pic on my Facebook Page Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs OR at any one of the places below that allows you to connect with me!  Pictures, Comments, Feedback, etc. are ALWAYS welcome! Be sure to stop by my website www.joscraftyhook.com and my Facebook Page Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Valentine’s Day Blog Hop 2020

Happy New Year! I hope this post finds you well and excited for a New Year in crocheting!  2020 is a new year with new goals.  One goal I am SO excited about is to be Hosting my very first blog hop, the Valentine’s Day Blog Hop 2020!  I will be sharing with you Valentine’s Day crochet patterns from myself and 5 Amazing fiber artists.

To get things started I want to share with you my own Valentine’s Day crochet pattern which features my Summer of Love Tank Top.  You will find it free here on my website in 6 sizes.  The awesome thing I will be doing for Valentine’s Day is giving away 50 Ad-Free PDF copies of my tank top crochet pattern!  The PDF has an extra crochet pattern inside for a Crop Top!

You read me right!  I will be giving away 50 copies of these 2 crochet patterns until 2/15/2020.  In order for you to get your copy, you need to be one of the first 50 people to head over to Ravelry and download the pattern.  To grab your copy of the Ad-Free PDF crochet patterns download it here from Ravelry and use the Coupon Code:  VDAY2020! 

Another goal I am so excited about is my very first eBook, my Wrapped In Love eBook!   Because I am so excited, I want to share the excitement with you by offering a discount on my Wrapped In Love eBook from my Etsy Shop here!  The eBook contains 12 crochet patterns that I designed for Valentine’s Day and Cancer Awareness.  You will find crochet patterns for Hats, Tank Tops and more!  Use the Coupon Code VDAY2020 and receive 50% off the Wrapped In Love eBook from my Etsy Shop Jos Crafty Hook!

For my first featured fiber artist is Crystal Marin Long of ChristaCoDesign and her Sweetheart Hats.  I have got to say I LOVE her designs!  Crystal was one of the first designers that I started testing for back in April 2018.  So let’s hear from Crystal:

Hi, I’m Crystal, the designer and blogger at ChristaCoDesign.com. I love creating easy and beautiful designs for the family. I have 4 little ones so when I’m not crocheting or knitting I’m usually enjoying them.
 The design I’m sharing today was created using tapestry crochet techniques to achieve the heart shapes-photos included to help you along. The Sweetheart Hat comes in 7 sizes-baby though child. Personally I love the gray/green version I made for my son.  I hope you enjoy the pattern and are able to share your Sweetheart Hats with those you love.
Now let us Hop on over to ChristaCoDesign and find her pattern and blog post below.
Below are places you can go and connect with Crystal.

Crystal Marin | Creator

Modern Crochet Everyday

ChristaCoDesign.com

Find me on:

Instagram | Facebook | Pinterest

Next you will find 2 fiber artists I want to feature are with one company, Sunflower Cottage Crochet and consists of Helen and Sara.  Let’s hear what they have to say as they feature their Kate Wrap.

Here is what they have to say:

Sara is from the US and Helen is from the UK.   We met while testing for another designer and became firm friends. We love to create a range of designs with a modern twist on vintage country chic which is very glamorous and elegant – everything for you, your family and your home!

The Kate wrap is elegant and warm and such and easy but effective stitch combination! If you are new to front post double crochet we will have a YouTube video coming very soon. This stitch combo gives you the perfect way to learn something new and you will be surprised how quickly you pick it up!

We decided to offer a discount, 50 % off,  for this Valentine’s Day Blog Hop of our pattern at Ravelry.  The Coupon Code is:  LOVE20 for the Kate Wrap here.

Ravelry:  https://www.ravelry.com/stores/sunflower-cottage-crochet-designs

You can hop on over and find their blog post for the Kate Wrap at: https://sunflowercottagecrochet.com/introducing-the-kate-collection-kate-wrap/

I just LOVE that all of my features guests are from all around the world.  Another featured fiber artist is Sarah from Rich Textures Crochet.  I met Sarah on Instagram, falling in love with her designs!  Let’s see what Sarah has to say and bring out the link to her Sweetheart Cowl.
Hi!  My name is Sarah from Rich Textures Crochet! Thank you so much for stopping by, and a big thank you to Jo for allowing me to visit today! I was born and raised in Nova Scotia, Canada, but am now residing in Rural Southwestern Ontario.  I am a wife and a mom to four energetic children and an equally energetic border collie.
In crochet I love to play with texture.  I also love to learn new stitches and play with colour, although in my crochet I tend to gravitate to more earthy tones.  My favourite crochet hooks are wooden and I love to work with super bulky weight yarn.
On my blog you’ll find a mix of patterns, from afghans to baby blankets, hats, mitts, scarves and cowls such as the one featured here for Valentines Day.  I’m so glad you stopped by and I look forward to connecting with you on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube! Happy Crocheting!

Below you can hop on over to Sarah’s blog post about her design:
https://richtexturescrochet.com/2018/01/26/the-sweetheart-cowl-a-free-crochet-pattern/

 

For the last but not least featured artist for the Blog Hop is Catherine Venner of Crochet Cloudberry.  Below you will meet Cat and find the links to her Hygge Heart Cushion Cover and the discounts she is giving for here pillow cover.  So with out further ado, meet Cat:

My name is Cat and I absolutely love crochet. I picked up a hook for the first time a couple of years ago and have never looked back. With in weeks of learning to crochet, it became an obsession and I started spending every spare minute with a hook and some yarn. Sound familar?

Over time, I started developing my own patterns and ideas of what can be made using crochet techniques. In 2019 I made a new year’s resolution to start my own crochet blog to share tha patterns that I have devised as well as the ideas behind them.

The hygge heart cushion has been inspired by scandi cosiness. As a student I spent the summers living and working in Denmark and so I became familar with the concept of hygge and wanted to bring it into my designs. The Danes frequently use the heart motives in their handicrafts and using self-striping yarn adds to the hygge effect.

For the Valentines promotion – I am submitting to you the Hygge Heart Cushion Cover. I have set up a 20% discount code in Etsy and Ravelry for it. It runs until Feb 16th and starts today. The code is “BEMINE2020”.
You can hop over to Cat’s blog post she wrote about her Hygge Cushion Cover: https://crochetcloudberry.co.uk/crochet-journal/hygge-heart-cushion-cover/
You can also hop on over to Cat’s blog post about this Valentine’s Day Blog Hop: https://crochetcloudberry.co.uk/crochet-journal/valentines-day-blog-hop/ 
I want to thank all of the fiber artists who joined me for my very first blog hop, the Valentine’s Day Blog Hop 2020!  I want to thank you, the readers as well!  Be sure to Hop on over to all the websites listed above so you can crochet their loved designs for your loved ones!
Happy Valentine’s Day and Happy Crocheting!

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