Crochet Chevron Bandana Bib
Since it’s almost Christmas (and because I have been slightly obsessed with bandana bibs and chevrons), I have written a pattern for a Crochet Chevron Bandana Bib.
It also doubles as a baby “comforter” and a dummy-clip. Yep. 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).
This pattern is suitable for Beginners. It is written using US crochet terminology. Why? Because that’s just how I roll: a South-African using US terminology in England.
You can find a US/UK crochet terms comparison chart here.
Crochet Chevron Bandana Bib Pattern
You can view (and save) the FREE PDF pattern for the Crochet Chevron Bandana Bib HERE.
“That’s nice, but I don’t crochet!”
If you really really really cannot bring yourself to pick up a crochet hook, but know how to use a sewing machine, have a look at my tutorial for making your own fabric baby bandana bibs.
The fabric bibs work up really quickly and you only need to be able to sew in a semi-straight line. If you are looking for a VERY cheap gift, you can always re-use (upcycle) old t-shirts or baby clothes to make your bibs with.
I hope you are all getting your Christmas gifts done well in advance!