Bandana Scarf Bib by Tamara Kelly

Bandana Scarf Bib

Crochet
March 2020
Aran (8 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 16 rows = 4 inches
in moss stitch
6.0 mm (J)
116 yards (106 m)
11.5" x 11.5" laid flat, sized to fit 6-18mths
US
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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.