Baby patterns are ever so popular and whatever grabbed your attention to click through, you will so appreciate the crochet baby bibs shared in this post.
You love and appreciate heirloom baby bib patterns but the ‘ordinary’ one’s are not quite what you want to spend time on making…am I right? Luckily, some very talented ladies paved the way to very modern and different crochet patterns and I’m sure you will find just what you were looking for.
modern patterns to crochet baby bibs
why would you crochet baby bibs?
- Baby bibs are quick and easy handmade gifts for baby showers
- to sell at craft markets or
- for your own dribbling baby
- made in cotton it is absorbent and
- you can always line it at the back with a lovely fabric or towel.
modern baby bib patterns are available here:
I crocheted the bib in the featured image above from the pattern on Etsy and love how it worked out!
Let me be honest, I have not crocheted something like this before and had to frog a few times. It was not because the pattern is too difficult, it is just my bad habit of not reading the instructions properly.
The pattern comes with detailed stitch pattern descriptions and explanations and is well-written.
I am so chuffed and am planning to crochet some more of these.
Isn’t the Charlie bandana bib so adorable?
“This pattern is for the following sizes 0-12m and 1-3 years.
A perfect baby shower gift or christening accessories.”
Visit Peach and Paige on Etsy for the pattern.
The Wheya bib is also made bandana style with a picot edge.
“This pattern produces a bib which measures approximately 42cm x 14cm.
It is designed to be a dribble bib for little ones while they’re teething, so 5 months+.”
Enjoy the free pattern on the blog.
Please don’t skip this bib thinking that it may be too difficult. The full-picture tutorial on the blog makes it super easy.
And you don’t have to add the fringes if you don’t want to, it is totally optional.
Oh, the places he can go to, wearing this bib!
The tuxedo is fit for a formal party, Christmas dinner, weddings, birthday parties and any other celebrations.
He will be the hit of the party!
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The pattern pack includes:
- a toddler sized boho fringe bib
- baby-sized triangle bandana bib in chevron stripes and
- a baby-sized triangle bandana bib with cactus print
Visit Whistle & Ivy for the patterns.
This is definitely a unisex crochet baby pattern, very modern and so eye-catching.
You will hear many ooh-aah’s of admiration when people notice this beautiful crochet bib.
Available in 2 sizes and a must in your crochet library.
This one is by far the best-selling baby bib pattern.
This bib is both ‘classy and sweet with lovely texture’ and comes in sizes medium and large.
The pattern is easy, and you can crochet a lovely handmade gift last minute!
Visit Dottie Lou Handmade for the pattern.
In the words of the designer:
“The C2C Teether Bib will be your baby’s new best friend! This pattern whips up in under 30 minutes and is perfect for stash busting your scrap cotton yarn!
The C2C Teether Bib is sized for 6-12 months but comes with easy modifications for sizing up for larger babies or toddlers.”
This is really a ‘2 in 1’ pattern – bib and teether and that makes it so much more functional but pretty.
Visit Mickyla the Maker on Etsy for the pattern.
This adjustable easy crochet pattern is modern and simply adorable.
I just love the color and think that any expecting mother will be so pleased to receive such a well-thought handmade gift.
Visit MyHookUpz on Etsy for the pattern.
A very cute and chic drool bib design that can also be used during feedings.
“Very absorbent and can be used to wipe up those little spills and spit-ups.”
Make a couple in different colors!
Visit Sunflower Cottage Crochet for the pattern.
A very popular choice amongst crochet pattern buyers!
Enjoy this 2 in 1 pattern bundle and crochet one or the other or both designs.
If you are looking for a way to supplement your income, these patterns are ideal to crochet and sell at markets or online.
Another pattern that I’m adding to my Crochet Library.
Visit Woyadesigns for the pattern.
did you find what you were looking for?
I’m hoping that you either found the perfect pattern or inspiration to crochet the most adorable baby bib.
Whatever you do – happy crocheting!
other baby related posts you may find inspiring:
- Baby Blanket Patterns found on Etsy
- Easy Moss Stitch Baby Blanket
- Baby Blankets to Crochet in a weekend
- 5 Free Super Easy Baby Blankets to crochet in a weekend
- Quick and Easy Baby Blanket
- Gifts to crochet for Boys
- How to plan the perfect Baby Shower
- Mint Baby Shower Ideas
- Free Nursery Printables
- Sew quick & easy burp cloths
- DIY Christmas Gift Ideas for Grandkids