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Animal Friends Bibs

By: MA Santos from crochetzone.com
Animal Friends Bibs
Animal Friends Bibs

"These adorable bibs are perfect to keep your little one's clothes clean in style. I chose a lamb, bunny and chick, but the single crochet bib is the perfect base of many different friends. You can add as much or as little detail as you like with just a few basic embroidery skills and facial features sewn on. I added a button at the shoulder to keep it in place, but if you prefer you can use Velcro too. Have fun and let your creativity shine."

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Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size7" x 8" not including strap

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These are adorable. And they are very easy to make. I have made diaper covers and hats in these patterns so I may just have to make matching bibs. I always use cotton yarn that can be washed because we all know what will happen to these cuties. Thank you for sharing these.

I dont know which of these little animal bibs I like the most. They are all so cute. Little ones will be so precious wearing these when they eat or if you have a drooler because of teething. The cotton makes them so extra soft and comfy. I gotta make them all. I cant decide.

Oh my Gosh, I love these Animal Friends Bibs! I have my first Great Grand Child coming soon and these will be a great gift. I think they are unique and cute as can be, what baby wouldn't look great with one of these on. I like the written patterns and will be making all of them. I know I'll have fun making these cute animal bibs. Just so cute! Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet patterns.

These bibs are too cute! Three of my girlfriends just had babies, so these are absolutely perfect. I can't decide which animal I love the most!

If youre like me and prefer to crochet small things, rather than large items such as sweaters etc, then these are the perfect solution. Quick and easy and yet a great way to create individual style gifts for friends and family members who are parents-to-be, or Mums of little ones. I like the suggestion of using a permanent marker to create facial features if you are not comfortable for embroidery techniques.

This is exactly the pattern I have been looking for! I have a sheep bib pattern that I love, but it has string ties instead of the wider neck band. My sheep pattern uses popcorn stitches for part of the pattern, but Im sure I can adjust this new one to incorporate that part of the design. Thanks so much for finding this!

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