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If you're looking for quick and easy crochet patterns to make for your baby or an upcoming baby shower, then look no further. This One Skein Baby Bib requires less than one skein of yarn, so it's a super fast and simple crochet pattern to make. You will know how to make baby bibs after this making this crochet pattern, and soon everyone will want one of your adorable bibs. Plus, you can customize one skein crochet patterns like this one to match the personality of your favorite little one. It's also adjustable, which means it will continue to fit as your baby grows.

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Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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I am wondering if a cotton or a cotton blend would be better for a baby bib? I could be wrong about that. If you are making this for a li'l boy, just omit the flower applique! It could be cool to put Velcro there, too, as long as it is trimmed sufficiently so as not to scratch your little one! I happen to like the boho look, WITH the flower!

Baby bibs sure help keep those adorable baby clothes clean. At least for a little while, anyway. I like that these can be crocheted to match the clothing to be worn and it never hurts to have a couple of spare baby bibs in the baby diaper bag. Easy design.

I love this newborn baby set idea. I would never have thought to crochet a bib for a baby when I had my children. There are never enough bibs in the house with newborns and crocheting them yourself lends itself to customizing to match EVERY outfit. I know my Grands will be dressed to the tee.

Very cute design. I took the basic design and played with it to match a hat I had made for a friends grand daughter. It was to be a girly camo look but I didn't have the pink camo yarn so I did stripes. But the stitches are basic single and doubles. I will post a picture so you can see it.

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I think it's cute and handy for Moms or Dads or even Auntie's!!! Thanks for the pattern!

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