Cera the Triceratops Bib

Cera the Triceratops Bib
Cera the Triceratops Bib

"Meet Cera, the friendly triceratops bib, who is much more than just cute! With 3 soft layers of brightly colored, cotton / acrylic yarn, she’s sure to add some fun to mealtimes, while helping to keep baby’s clothes clean."


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge13 dc x 8 rows = 4 inches. Gauge is not critical for this project. Rnds 1-3 of spikes should measure about 3.5 inches in diameter.

Finished SizeAbout 8 inches across.

Materials List

  • Cascade Avalon worsted weight, cotton/acrylic yarn
  • Size H / 8 (5 mm) hook or size needed to obtain gauge
  • Yarn or Tapestry needle

Please see pattern post for full instructions

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What an adorable project. I love how the layered construction give the dinosaur a three dimensional look. The designer gives clear instructions along with well composed photos to show the details of both the front and back of the bib. The only change I would suggest is to make the ties wider than the designer suggests. It wont affect the face, and it makes knotted strings less likely.

This is a very cute bib, but it has a lot of little extras that have to be sewed on to it which makes it very labor intensive just to have the little one get food all over it and mess it up. The trike would serve better purpose on an afghan where it could be enjoyed for longer. There has got to be a better more slightly way to sew the applique onto the main bib to avoid the unsightly orange coloring on the back of the bib.

thanks! As far as assembly, there are 2 layers of green, so when you sew the 2nd layer of green in place, it covers up any seams from the orange! )

This bib is one of a kind but it looks like there are too many small parts to assemble. Anyway if you are patient enough to do that then by all means go ahead and make this bib. Here's the link to the pattern http//stitchesnscraps.com/free-pattern-cera-tricer == atops-bib/


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