At the suggestion of another crocheter, I finally put a border on this bib. Not a fan of single crochet legs, I chose to crochet a crab stitch border, which I really like. Now that I’ve finished, I am wondering if a wrong side single crochet border might look better? Hmm…
The border was crocheted using an unidentified white kitchen cotton yarn. For other project info please see the original post: Eat To The Beat Baby Bib.Save
About The Project
Eat To The Beat by Blondie
Another easy project name.
About The Pattern
Couple of abbreviations/typos that I did not understand, but was able to crochet right though them. I would suggest some line spacing for readability, too cramped.
I did not include the picot edging, as it makes things look feminine and we are expecting a boy.
About The Yarn
Having pulled out my cotton scraps, I picked a few colors that I like to see together. None of the scraps I chose had a yarn label, but I am pretty sure their are either Lily Sugar ‘n Cream or Peaches & Creme.
Ha! Putting my bag o’ cotton away, I found two labels:
Lily Sugar n’ Cream
Fiber Content: 100% USA Grown Cotton
Yarn Color: 00073 Sunshine & 01740 Hot Pink
Yarn Weight: 4, Worsted