Crochet keychain- The Grinch- free pattern

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The latest post on our blog is this cute little crochet keychain- The Grinch. A small and easy project, perfect for those starting with amigurumi.

Crochet The Grinch keychain-free pattern

This Christmas was all about the Grinch. And I know that I am not the only one obsessed with him. This mini-project is easy and fast to make. You can make several of these in a day. We know we got a little overboard for this Christmas with all the Christmas projects but I promise this is the last one. It is better to have many options to choose from, right?

If you haven’t seen some of the Christmas patterns check them out and save or pin them to your boards for next Christmas, or if you want to always be prepared why not start making a few of them now?

Don’t have time to make this pattern right now?

1. Purchase add-free/printable PDF on Etsy .
2. Pin it on your Pinterest boards for later.
3. Scroll down to see the free crochet pattern below.

4. Save it to your queue on Ravelry.

A few notes before we start:

As you can see in the picture above one of the keychains is bigger. It was crocheted with a bigger hook, so if you would like to have a smaller keychain use a smaller hook that is suitable for your yarn weight.

You can use whatever yarn you have in your stash it could be cotton or acrylic. The Grinch keychain will look better if you use sport, DK, or light-worsted-weight yarn.

The pattern is written using the amigurumi method- shortcodes.

For example: *SC 1, dec 1* x5, dec 1- you should make SC 1, dec 1 then repeat this 5 more times, decrease once.

Crochet keychain- free pattern

The pattern:

Materials:

DK weight yarn in green- small amount like 30 yards, small amount of black, yellow and red- a few yards for the face expression

Crochet hook size- 3.5mm

safety eyes- 8/10mm

tapestry needle

Abbreviation:

SC- single crochet

dec- decrease- make 2 single crochet together

inc- increase- make 2 single crochet in the same stitch

**- repeat the stitches in the ** indicated times

The Grinch keychain pattern:

Rnd 1: Start with a MR, and make 6 SC into the ring (6)

Rnd 2: make 2 SC in each around (12)

Rnd 3: *inc 1, SC 1* x5 (18)

Rnd 4: SC in each around (18)

Rnd 5: *SC in first 2, inc 1* x5 (24)

Rnd 6: SC in each around (24)

Rnd 7: inc 1, SC 10, *inc* x1, SC 10, inc 1 (28)

Rnd 8: SC 1, inc 1, SC 10, *SC 1, inc 1* x1, SC 11, inc 1 (32)

Rnd 9-10: SC in each around (32)

Rnd 11: SC 1, dec 1, SC 10, *SC 1, dec 1* x1, SC 11, dec 1 (28)

Rnd 12: dec 1, SC 10, *dec 1* x1, SC 10, dec 1 (24)

Rnd 13: dec 1, SC 8, *dec 1* x1, SC 8, dec 1 (20)

Rnd 14-16: SC in each around (20)

Insert the eyes in rnd 11. leave 4 stitches between them.

Rnd 17: *SC 1, dec 1* x5, dec 1 (13)

Start filling the keychain.

Rnd 18-19: SC in each around (13)

Rnd 20: *dec 1* x2, SC 1 (7)

Rnd 21: SC in each around (4)

FO.

How to make the facial expression. We made the face with a tapestry needle and black yarn. You can check the photo tutorial of the Grinch gnome keychain and repeat the steps. Also, we recorded a mini video tutorial on- how to make the face of the Grinch.

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4 Comments

  1. I forgot to tag you on a similar grinch. Even though mine is a bit different. I love it. Thank you for this great Grinch!

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