Shell Stitch Baby BibDesigned By Julie A. Bolduc
This crocheted baby bib is fun and easy to make. It is just the right size for newborns to 10 months old.
Yarn Thickness: 4mm
Special Stitch Used: Shell Stitch. (sh) Work 5 dc in same st as indicated.
RND 1: Join baby print in upper left shoulder on first sc on the right.
Sc in each st to the corner.
3sc in corner. (Work 2 sc in each row that ended in a dc or ch3. Work
1 sc in each row that ended with a sc.) Work 3 sc in bottom left
corner. Work 1 sc in each st across bottom. Work 3 sc in bottom right
corner. Repeat bet () up right side of bib. Work 3 sc in top right
corner. Work 1 sc in each st across right shoulder. Work 3 sc in next
corner. Work bet () down the inside collar of right shoulder, 1 sc
across the lower part of the neck on ROW 11. Repeat bet () up the right
side of the left shoulder to where you joined the baby print. Join
w/slst to first sc.
The ties are worked into this 2nd round as you go.
RND 2: Ch2, hdc in each st across the upper left shoulder, down the
left side, across the bottom, up the right side and across the right
shoulder, but work 3hdc in each corner st. Do not continue in the neck
area. Ch50. Slst in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch back to the
shoulder. Slst in each st around the neck to the other shoulder, ch50,
slst in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch back to the shoulder. Slst in
top of ch2. Fasten off and weave ends into back of work.
*I bought a total of 15 oz of the Baby print and 14 oz of the white because I plan to design a baby rattle, and baby afghan to match. If I have enough after that, I plan to design baby booties as well.
Design written on Wednesday September 5, 2007. Copyright ©2007 By Julie A. Bolduc f124006
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