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. This post contains affiliate links which means I earn a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for supporting Whistle and Ivy!

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My kids have all been droolers. It starts with buckets of spit-up (yet my babies still have thigh rolls, thank goodness!). I always wondered how “burp cloths” worked for anyone  because I needed burp blankets to contain everything!
Next, my kids would absolutely drool allll daaaay. Well-meaning strangers would insist my baby was teething
(for 9 months?!). Every-day-wear bibs were our answer (switched out a few times throughout the day of course!).

Crochet bibs offer even more protection because they are thicker than one layer of fabric and the cotton is super absorbent!

Whip out a couple of these crochet plaid bandana bibs and your drooler will meet her match. It would make a darling baby shower gift too!

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Crochet Plaid Bandana Bib – Crochet Pattern

Please remember: You are free to use this crochet plaid bandana bib pattern to make and sell, but do not republish or distribute this pattern in any way. Please DO NOT use my photos in your listings.

What you need: (affiliate links)
4.5mm Hook
Paintbox Aran Cotton
Velcro Dots for Fabrics
Darning Needle

Gauge: not important. Just keep your stitches relatively tight. 

HOW TO GET THIS PATTERN:

You can get this pattern inside the Endless Bundle!

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crochet plaid bandana bib free crochet pattern lumberjack buffalo plaid

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  1. WHat happened to the FREE PATTERN????? I was in the process of crocheting the FREE PLAID BANDANA BIb last night…TOday I log on and it’s not here???? Don’t tell me I have to pay for it NOW, i’m in the middle of the pattern….
    Please Help!!

    1. Hi Diane! I am so sorry for the frustration. Due to industry changes, I am transitioning to a more sustainable model that will keep Whistle and Ivy alive and around for the long haul, which includes both free and premium content. All my premium content is available for download for one fee in my Endless Bundle. (You can find more info here if you want to know more)
      I value your membership in my community very much and would like to send you the pattern PDF to assist you in finishing your project. Could you please reply to the comment reply email with your preferred email address? I will send it right over to you. Thank you for being a part of the Whistle and Ivy community!

      1. Oh it would be SO nice of you! I really, really appreciate it!!! I have also already signed up for your emails as well! Thank you SO much! I fell in love with your buffalo plaid series. And already paid for the moose lovey which I can’t wait to start making. It’s for a baby shower gift for my friends first grandbaby.
        Thank you again, So much!

  2. Hi there! I absolutely love this little bib! I’m a big plaid fan so plaid week is amazing for me! I was wondering what age/size babies do ya think this would fit? And if ya had any advice on how to size the pattern up to fit an older toddler as kind of a cowl/kerchief? My niece is 18 months and I think she’d look just darling wearing this for winter! Thank you in advance! Your patterns are great and always so creative!

    1. Thank you! It fits probably from 3 months to a year. To easily size it up I would suggest maybe putting some chain ties on the corners, you wouldn’t need to alter the crochet pattern that way!

      1. Oooh that’s a great idea! If I make a thick strap with buttonholes for one side and one with a button for the other it should fit for awhile 🤔 thank ya so much!