Bandana Drool Bib. Trendy and Functional
The Paige Bandana Drool Bib is born. Pattern on Ravelry
A trendy bandana drool bib would be super cute.
When Paige was a baby, I remember wishing there was a cool bib I could buy that was trendy and functional at the same time. No matter where I looked, all I could find were those bibs with plastic-y backs and very square. I eventually gave up, and Paige never drooled that much anyway; she’s a girly girl!
Once I started developing my collection idea, I knew I needed a drool bib for those mommies in the same boat I was in.
I looked everywhere and could not find a pattern with the texture and shape I wanted. I brainstormed for a few days and got some ideas from a good friend. At first, I worked it from the bottom up, creating a very triangular shape, but it was too big.
My good friend Helen mentioned working it from the top down, like a shawl. So I crocheted and frogged many different attempts, and finally, Paige’s Bandana Drool Bib was born!
Get the PDF pattern from our shop here
and a link to a video explaining how to do the criss-cross stitch, which I often refer to X stitch or cross stitch. You will need 100% cotton yarn for this project which serves three purposes:
- Safe for baby’s skin
- Easy care–machine wash and dry!
- Great absorbency.
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