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Easy Crocheted Baby Doll Bib

Here are instructions for an easy, crocheted bib for your baby doll.
This is a "dribbler" type bib that you would leave on a drooling
baby to keep clothes dry and it's cute enough to be part of an outfit.

This bib only requires a small amount of yarn so you can use yarn
that you have left over after finishing another project. For a 12
inch to 13 inch doll I used "Caron Simply Soft" and size "C" (3)
crochet hook. I had "autumn red" left over from a sweater project and
it made an adorable holiday bib for my baby doll. I also made a
slightly larger bib by using worsted weight yarn and a size "G" (6)
hook. Cotton yarn would also work great and would lend itself well
to making this bib for your own baby.

Abbreviations are as follows, SC = single crochet; CH = chain;
DC = double crochet.

CH 12.
Row 1- SC in second CH from hook. SC in each CH across, CH1 and turn.
Row 2- 2 SC in first SC, 1 SC in each SC across 2 SC in last SC. CH
1 and turn.
Row 3 and 4- repeat row 2.
Row 5 to 13- SC in each SC across, CH1 and turn.
Row 14- SC in first 5 SC, CH 1 and turn.
Row 15- SC in second SC, SC in next 3 SC, CH 1 and turn.
Row 16- SC in first SC and in next 3 SC, CH, turn.
Row 17- SC in second SC, SC in next 2 SC, CH1, turn.
Row 18- SC in first SC and 2 more SC, CH1, turn.
Row 19- SC in second SC, SC in next SC, CH 1, turn.
Row 20- SC in first SC and 1 more SC. CH 1, turn.
Row 21- SC in second SC. Bind off and weave in the end.

Attach yarn to the edge of the opposite side of row 13. (last
row completed.)
Repeat rows 14 through 21 above on this side. Do not bind off.

Outside border
Turn to the outside edge of the bib. CH 3, 4 DC in the last SC done.
Skip 2 rows, SC in next row, skip 2 rows, 5 DC in next row. Repeat
this pattern down the side of the bib. Continue across the bottom of
the bib, skipping 2 SC between stitches. Continue up the second side of
the bib, skipping 2 rows between stitches. Do not bind off.

CH 25, bind off and weave in the end.
Attach yarn at he top of opposite side and CH 25 to form second tie.
Bind off and weave in the end. Enjoy!

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