This Chevron Bandana Bib also doubles as a baby 'comforter' and a dummy-clip. This design multi-tasks like nobody's business! And I think it will make a funky, functional, and frugal festive favour (aka cheap and chearful Christmas gift).
The Bandana Scarf Bib is a multi-use drool bib that is soft cotton and double thick for extra protection. And it's multi-use too - unfold it into a burp cloth or wipe cloth to clean up spills and spit up on the go! The Bandana Scarf Bib is essentially a fancy washcloth. Fold it in half and use the button (or Velcro) and it's a trendy drool bib for kids 6-18 mths old. Unfolded, it's perfect for emergency cleanups, or as a burp cloth. Hang it right where you need it from that loop too! Making this easy pattern will teach you how to increase and decrease in crochet moss stitch - and of course, there will be a video tutorial too! Safety First: Remove ANY bib before bedtime or nap time. Do not leave child unattended while using a bib. This pattern includes one large button. If preferred, you can substitute a bit of sew-in Velcro, or safety snaps.
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.
This darling Crochet Plaid Bandana Bib is perfect for your drooling, messy bundle of joy. Baby will also enjoy mouthing the squishy fabric, which is totally fine because this bib is made from cotton.
Binky clips help keep pacifiers attached to babies so that they don't get lost. They're one of the most convenient little items that a new mother might forget she needs. This free crochet pattern is available as a Ravelry download. It uses crochet v-stitch to create a pretty strap that is as decorative as it is useful. The designer, Lauren Whitney, also has several other crochet binky clip designs for both boys and girls in her online Ravelry store.
Watching your baby feed themselves is a highlight of parenthood, but cleaning up their clothes later isn’t. So here is a crochet baby bib that parents will be thanking your for. It will better cover the baby and keep them clean. I love letting my kids feed themselves, but their clothes tend to get ruined every time they eat spaghetti. I feel in love with this towel Bib my brother gave me for one of my girl’s birthdays. It was a kitchen towel with a collar in it and it completely covered my baby.