Everyday Baby Set Free Crochet Pattern

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Everyday Set of Bibs and Booties Free Crochet Pattern

Could this be the most popular baby shower gift pattern? It certainly has the potential! Bibs and Booties are the exact two things young parents always need, no matter what! The pattern can be easily modified to suit your needs – feel free to change colors according to your taste and crochet your own baby names. It will always look equally adorable! The link to the free pattern is under the photo.

Skills: Beginner  Designer: Bernat Design Studio

 

Bibs and Booties Everyday Set Free Crochet Pattern

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Everyday Set of Bibs and Booties

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Are you wondering how this adorable bib looks recreated by an inspired crocheter? Take a look at this version in a charming shade of girly pink. Single color means simplicity and simplicity means perfection!

Bibs and Booties Everyday Set Free Crochet Pattern(1)

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3 Comments

  1. Cindy Koch says:

    Please help me. I’m crocheting this bib and I’m very confused. After finishing one strap and fastening off, the directions say to “miss next 11 sts.” but it doesn’t say where to start the counting? And why is the strap 11 stitches when the other side is 6 stitches??

  2. Where can I find this bib pattern?

    1. A link to each pattern is underneath its picture. It is usually the name of the pattern in blue color.

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