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Chevron Bandana Bib Pattern

Chevron Bandana Bib Pattern
Chevron Bandana Bib Pattern
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Babies go through bibs like new parents go through coffee. You can never have too many, and this Chevron Bandana Bib Pattern offers a stylish take on a very necessary item. The chevron crochet pattern looks really great on this project and—impossibly—even cuter in miniature scale. The yarn is such a great material for a bib pattern because it will be soft on your little one, but durable enough to stand up to those days when dinner time is really just play-in-your-food time. This is also a great unisex pattern, so if you're trying to think of a good present for any new arrival, this is it.

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Crochet Hook4.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • 4.5mm crochet hook 
  • Double knit yarn in 2 contrasting colours 
  • Yarn needle for working away ends 
  • A button 
  • A pacifier (if you wish to attach one) 
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I love this bandana bib pattern! My sister is having a little boy in October, and I think this would be the perfect addition to all the things I want to make for him. The colors used here would also go great with the theme of the room they are considering too The Cat in the Hat.

The designer thought of everything. At the bottom of the bib there is a "snap" for a binky. I love this pattern and I can't wait to make these and have them ready for those impromptu baby showers that I get invited to at work, church and family. Love this!

OMG! What an adorable idea. Now baby can be in style and keep a clean shirt.

I am loving this bandana bib for babies. The look is adorable. Chevrons are so modern and in fashion. This is a great addition to a baby layette for a new mom. I could make several of these in many different colors, perhaps a dozen of them. Please give us more patterns like this.

I have twin 18 month old gran sons. So you know they are at the age of examining their food! Since they are boys, I don't want to make a bib that is cutsie. This has more of a boyish look to it. And it's very easy to do. In brown it would have a cowboy look!

OMG! This Chevron Bandana Bib Pattern is so cute. My first time to see a crochet bib! I can imagine this done in multicolors, or solid vibrant colors. So cute!!!

LOL, I am sitting here enjoying my morning comments when I came across this pattern and read that babies go through bibs as fast as new parents go through coffee. Dont worry new parents, it gets slightly easier when they are in their 20s and 30s finally but not too much easier LOL.

I just love this Chevron Bandana Bib Pattern! I will be making a few of these for the newest great grand daughter coming this December. The bandana style puts a nice twist on the bib idea. The written pattern was easy to download and is well written and easy to follow with some nice pictures. I like that there is a button for put it on. Now that I'm typing this, I'm thinking this would be a great pattern for a bandana for my dog too.. She loves wearing them. So many color choices and I too think it would be a good idea to make them out of a soft cotton yarn. Better for washing and better to absorb liquids. Thank you so much for sharing this cute free crochet pattern.

This bib pattern is adorable and also unisex. I think it would work up perfectly in a cotton yarn. Some acrylics can be scratchy, especially against sensitive skin. Cotton is much more absorbent, too. This pattern would look great in a rainbow of colours and would make a unique gift at baby showers.

Look at this adorable John Wayne baby. Sooooooooooooo cute. #BestIdeaEver

Dedri strikes yet again. This has got to be one of the cutest bibs ever. I have twin grandsons that are just 4 months old so you know I will be busy making these. Their dad doesn't really care for the regular store bibs and calls them sissy. This is going to make him very happy. Even using it in public won't bother him.

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