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Sweet as Candy Baby Bib

Sweet as Candy Baby Bib

We can guarantee that there will be a chorus of aw's when the mother to be opens up your gift of this Sweet as Candy Baby Bib at her baby shower. The pastel colors of this bib and the soft yarn make it perfect for baby. Even if your little one is messy, you can easily throw this bib in the wash with the rest of his or her tiny clothes. Easy clean-up: what could a mother want more? You can make a bunch in different colors or stick to one of your favorites. You'll just love your baby in this sweet bib that will remind you of sweet tarts or smarties candy.


Crochet Hook4.5 mm hook

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

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This is just adorable, and I love it that the designer has included a collared version suitable for a baby boy. Of course, you can work it in any color in additional to the traditional blue and pink. Because I knew I wanted to pass this pattern along, I went to the Yarnspirations site so I could both capture and print off a few copies. The original can be found here http// == y-bib--pink/SCC0201-002746V.html

There is no such thing as having too many bibs when you have a baby! These would have been on reserve for special outings for my boys. They could be made to match existing outfits or crocheted in neutral colors to match anything. Any new Mom would love to have a set of these.

No kidding! Great sellers for a craft fair, too.

I can only image that a ball of Lily Sugarn Cream could made at least two of these bibs. For a boy I would probably make the edging a little less frilly or in the same color as the bib as not to attract a lot of attention to it. Great baby shower gift.

Bibs are always welcomed by a new mom. I have twin grand sons and they go thru them like crazy. I love making all kinds for them. From fancy to plain. I even made some that looked like tuxes and suits for the holidays. I use cotton yarn so they can be washed.

I tell you, there is something so special and sweet and classic about anything baby that is done up using pastel colored yarns. To me it represents the innocence of a newborn. I think this is a great newbie crocheter option in lieu of a traditional scarf. It'll give you practice with shaping just a bit- not too hard!- and how to change colors/ do a border or edging.

The shaping isn't hard at all. And because this is worked across the width, it's very easy to make it striped as well as solid. The edging hides where you join colors.

Thank you for the cute bib pattern. This is always a great thing to add to a baby shower gift. They work up so quickly that you can make up several in a short time. I would err on the side of caution when choosing yarn for these. Babies put everything in their mouths, so be sure to watch for dyes that may run and are toxic. Also, if not using the recommended brand, make sure the yarn wont leave fuzz or come apart if they chew on it.


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