Baby’s seem to be trending year-round, whether it’s spring, summer, fall, or winter. Provided that chillier times are ahead, it only makes sense that you should crochet your own baby bib with warm, fuzzy yarn. Your baby deserves the best, right? They also deserve to be taken care of and nurtured properly, especially when they are trying to figure out how to eat real food correctly. Babies can be super difficult at times, and we all know how necessary bibs can be.
Crochet bibs are the best way to put something nice and soft around your child’s neck so they are not uncomfortable as they try to eat or drink. As they get older, you can wash and reuse them over and over. When they get just a little bit too old to wear the bibs themselves, they can start putting them on their teddy bears to keep them for just a bit longer.
I always took my bibs for granted as a kid. I hardly knew any better, but the point is that I hated them. I tried to take them off and throw them all over the place. But, according to my parents, once I did that and got food all over myself, I would just start crying anyway. Boy was I a headache of a child! Avoid some of this baby hassle by working up some of the best crochet bibs you can find!
- Cutie Patooty Crochet Baby Bib
- Baby’s Favorite Bib
- Easy Crochet Baby Bib
- Wise Owl Baby Bib
- Peppy Penguin Baby Bib
- Star Trek Baby Bib
- One Skein Baby Bib
- Cute as a Button Baby Bib
- Beginner’s Baby Bib
- Baby Bottle Cozy & Bib
Do you still have your favorite baby bib?
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