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Simple Old Time Baby Bib

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An easy, old fashioned style baby bib that works up quickly! Use up scrap yarns too, and make plenty of these for that new baby. A nice " tuck in" gift for baby showers. Pattern uses worsted weight cotton or any machine washable yarn, knitting needles size US # 8. GAUGE Gauge - approximately 5 sts = 1 inch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Fits from newborn to 6 months. SUGGESTED YARN 45 yards of Worsted weight COLORWAY Knitter's Choice

Recommended with this pattern

  • Materials, about 1 ounce of cotton worsted weight yarn (a good machine wash yarn can be used as well) and 1 pair US # 8 needles. Crochet hook, Size G for ties.

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