Free Crochet Baby Bib Patterns – Easy Baby Bibs to Crochet

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free crochet baby bib patterns that you will ever need!

This pattern is available on Antique Crochet Pattern

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This pattern uses US stitch abbreviation.

Crochet Bib STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS

Ch 58, sc in 2nd st from hook, 1 sc in each remaining st of ch, ch 1, turn.

2nd Row – Picking up the back loop of st only throughout, work 1 sc in each of the next 6 sc, 3 sc in next sc, 1 sc in each of the next 6 sc, * skip 2 sc, 1 sc in each of the next 6 sc, 3 sc in next sc, 1 sc in each of the next 6 sc, repeat from * twice, ch 1, turn.

3rd Row – Insert hook in 1st sc, pull loop through, insert in next sc, pull loop through, thread over and pull through all loops at one time (a decrease), 1 sc in each of the next 5 sc, * 3 sc in next sc, 1 sc in each of the next 6 sc, skip 2 sc, 1 sc in each of the next 6 sc, repeat from * twice, 3 sc in next s c, 1 sc in each of the next 5 sc, decrease in last 2 sts, ch 1, turn. Repeat the 3rd row 25 times, turn, sl st in each of the next 6 sc, ch 44, break thread.

Attach thread at a point on the opposite side, ch 45, sc in 2nd st from hook, 1 sc in each remaining st of ch, 1 sl st in each of the next 6 sts, 3 sc in next st, then work 33 sc downside of the bib, 3 sc in corner, work 1 sc in each sc across lower edge skipping 2 sts between each scallop, 3 s c in corner st, 33 sc up other side of the bib to the last row, 3 sc in next st, 1 sc in each of the next 6 sl sts, 1 sc in each st of ch, ch 3, turn.

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Afghan Crochet Baby Blanket – Free Vintage Crochet Pattern

Afghan crochet pattern baby blanket

This Afghan Vintage crochet baby blanket was first published by Coats&Clark around 1952.

STEP-BY-STEP Afghan Vintage Crochet Pattern

This Crochet Pattern uses US stitch abbreviation. 

Afghan crochet pattern baby blanket

Color Motif for Sugar ‘n Spice Afghan Starting at Center with Nile Green, ch 2.

1st Rnd: 8 sc in 2nd ch from hook, drop loop from hook. Hereafter work in back loop only.

2nd Rnd: Leaving Green loop free, attach White to first sc, sc in same place, * 3 sc in next sc, sc in next sc. Repeat from * around, ending with 3 sc in last Green sc, drop White.

3rd Rnd: Pick up Green loop and, leaving White loop free, sc in each sc around, making 3 sc in center sc of each 3-sc group, drop Green.

4th Rnd: Pick up White and repeat last rnd.

5th, 6th and 7th Rnds: Work as for last rnd, alternating colors, ending with a Green rnd. Join and break off. Make 17 more Green Motifs, 17 Blue and 12 each of Pink and Maize (for a total of 59 color motifs).

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Baby in Bassinet Crochet Pattern ~ Free Crochet Pattern

I made a miniature pattern of a baby sleeping in a bassinet. This is a Free Crochet Pattern. I hope you enjoy this pattern. Click on image below to get this pattern for free.

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How to split a skein of yarn

how to split a skein of yarn
Hello everyone,
This is an Excerpt from LittleOwlsHut blog: How to Split a Skein of Yarn. 
In this article, I would like to show you how to split a skein of worsted weight yarn into two halves. I will now explain to you how I do it. If someone has already come up with this idea before myself, then under no circumstances am I to claim ownership of the above method, nevertheless, this is my genuine idea as following:
However handy an assistant is to help you split the yarn and wind it up to make a second ball while you’re making the first one, they are not always there when we need them. Imagine you’ve got a thick skein of yarn of a necessary colour that you need to split into 2-3 plies. Please make sure you do not use fluffy or mohair like yarn, as this method may not work there.
In my case, I required beige colour yarn that would suit my 1mm crocheting hook. All I had at hand was a ball of YarnArt Jeans (55% cotton, 45% acrylic; 50g/160m) being twice as thick as the required parameters for my 081 Charming Wirch project.
Thus to split our yarn we need:
1. One skein of worsted weight yarn (4-ply YarnArt Jeans in my case)
2. One bare cling film or foil tube
3. One elastic rubber band
4. One plastic bag
Do as following:
1. Place your skein of yarn into the plastic bag
2. Make sure the plies are sticking out of the bag
3. Tie the top of the bag with an elastic rubber band tight enough so that you make a bit of effort to pull the yarn out if the bag, i.e. when you take the yarn by its tip it will not pull out at the slightest touch.
4. Untwist and split the free ends of the yarn into desired number of plies (two in my case). Wind them up onto the tube leaving sufficient space between the two.
5. Stand up and let the bag hang freely down from the tube and commence splitting the yarn. As the plies in the bag are twisted into one, the bag will rotate on its own accord. Hold the plies with your thumbs at the inner side of the tube and wind them up onto each end of the tube.

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