Frog Baby Bib

Frog Baby Bib

Frog Baby Bib
Frog Baby Bib

"Who can resist cute animal designs ? They just look adorable on any Baby Crochet Project!!! Here I am sharing a very easy Frog Baby Bib Pattern. You might probably think its feasible to buy bibs for your baby at local store but, I am sure you would agree it's nice to have some special,handmade bibs.These would also be ideal for a baby shower gift for a friend or loved one and will surely be handy.As an added bonus, they are just easy to make, even for a beginner. These bibs start off in the bottom section and work up. Materials Used:- Yarn -Green,White and Black The best yarn for this project is soft cotton yarn that would be nice and soft to touch and easily absorb all the liquids. 4mm Crochet Hook Yarn Needle"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

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This is so cute. I love making and giving bibs to new moms for their little people. Why just have a plain one when you can have one that brightens meal time and brings smiles to every ones face? The directions are straight forward and very easy to follow so it won't be hard to make.

I love the idea of the Frog Baby Bib for my newborn, but to be honest, I am struggling to see a frog in this design. I think the shape and the pink nose is throwing me off a bit. Perhaps if you made the same pattern in brown yarn with a triangle in place of the pink nose, it would make an adorable owl bib.


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