These darling modern crochet baby bibs are perfect for your little drooler or your messy toddler. These bibs are for the modern mama, and will make an “oooh”-worthy baby shower gift. The pattern pack includes a toddler sized boho fringe bib, a baby-sized triangle bandana chevron bib and a baby-sized triangle bandana cactus print bib. Be sure to make your modern crochet bibs out of soft cotton yarn so they are perfect for your baby to drool and chew on! This post is sponsored by LoveCrafts.com; all opinions, ideas and content are 100% my own! This post also includes affiliate links, which means I get a small commission if you make a purchase, at no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support!
We’ve (maybe it’s just me) have been a bit anxious for Cubbie’s imminent arrival. Even though I’m in a strange paradox, feeling so over this sweaty and swollen pregnancy, yet feeling terrified of being outnumbered, I am still doing a good amount of nesting.
Of course, I have published quite a few baby patterns in the past, but I am using my newfound baby pattern inspiration to come up with some brand new ideas. I really wanted to create some modern bib designs, as my kids are generally major droolers. Triangle bandana bibs are certainly all the rage right now, and of course I couldn’t help myself from adding a bit of fringe into the mix as well.
Since crochet baby bibs need to be absorbent, I highly, highly suggest using cotton yarn. I used two lines of Debbie Bliss, which are exclusive yarns by Lovecrafts.com. I used Debbie Bliss Cotton DK to make the simple chevron triangle bib. The color ways are very lovely, I think any of them would work together for your chevron bib.
I chose Debbie Bliss Eco Baby for the cactus print triangle bandana crochet baby bib and the toddler fringe bib. I really love the modern colors of this line as well. Even though it’s a finer weight, I doubled up and absolutely love the finished drape of the Eco Baby bibs. They are perfect for The Drooler as well as The Chewer (my kids were both of these!).
The triangle shape of these bandana crochet baby bibs is delightfully perfect for Baby. The top of the bib tucks right under Baby’s chin, sure to catch any milk or drool, and my niece and nephew (yes, they are twins!) loved chewing on them during our modeling session.
(Well, they were happy through most of it!)
The toddler bib is less helpful with drooling, but perfect for keeping those darling little outfits clean during mealtime.
Oh fringe! I hope you stay trendy for a while longer.
MODERN CROCHET BABY BIBS PATTERNS
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What you need: (affiliate links)
– 5mm Hook
– Debbie Bliss Cotton DK
– Debbie Bliss Eco Baby
– Sticky Velcro for Fabrics
– Darning Needle
For a limited time, you can get the Modern Crochet Baby Bib Pack at lovecrafts.com for FREE! I am so grateful to Lovecrafts.com for their support of Whistle and Ivy and for making this pattern pack possible as a free pattern for you!
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In addition to the Debbie Bliss, I really love their Paintbox lines, which come in different weights of cotton, acrylic and wool blends. It’s aptly named because the color palette is enormous. Most lines have over 50 shades, so you are sure to find the colors you need for your next project.
Can’t decide? They even have curated color ways to inspire your next project!
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Enjoy these crochet bib patterns! I will be needing mine very soon 😬 #kindascared