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.
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I hope you are all getting your Christmas gifts done well in advance!
I’m confused about the button hole part. Do you have a picture of that portion of the completed bib?
Dedri Uys says
I don’t, sorry Emily. What is confusing you and I can talk you through it…or maybe I can work one up if we can’t figure it out verbally.
Hi, this is ingenious !! Wish I had had this pattern for all my “drooly” grand babies.. But, I’m confused in row 15 where you chain 9 for the new chevron.. Do you chain 9, cut the yarn and reattach at the beginning of the previous row or sc down the chain to that row??? Really want to make this for a new grandson!!! Help!
Dedri Uys says
Hi Kris. You will have fastened off at the end of the previous row. The ch-9 is a new start, which will dangle off the side of your work. You will work into this ch-9 at the end of the next row.