CH 1, turn. SC in the next 2 stitches. SC in each stitch across until you have 2 stitches remaining. SC DEC. SC in each stich across until you have two stitches remaining. SC in the next stitch.
SC until you have 4 stitches remaining. PUFF in the next. SC in the next. SC in each stitch across until you have two stitches remaining. Working up the right side of your work, SC evenly across the edge of the bib.
When you get to the top of the side, put 3 SC in the corner. SC in each stitch across the top of the bib. When you get to the end of the row, put 3 SC in the corner. SC across the edge of the remaining side. Using yarn and a tapestry needle, sew your button on the top right corner of your bib. Weave in all ends.
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I hope you loved making this project as much as I loved designing it! If you want to follow along on my maker mama journey or see some cute pictures of baby things please check out my Instagram. Draw loop in next color through 2 loops on hook to complete st and proceed in next color. Carry color not in use loosely across top of previous row and work color in use around it.
The tutorial is following the exact same count in rows but is not changing positions every 3 round for colour. The spiral goes right to the very end, including the border. So continuing with the final border using the tapestry method as she scalloped pinwheel area will match the colour that is going outward from the center. Crochet Christmas Home Decor I have been scurrying around the internet to bring you some really great Crochet Sweet Treat Chicks These super crocheted sweet chicks slide over a plastic egg for cute Easter This is designed by Kim Guzman, for Both Mom and So why Stockings or This afghan was exclusive You can even sew it by hand if you don't have a sewing machine.
It's a fantastic projects for scrap fabric, too - it takes very little to sew a baby bib! I've also included a pattern that you can use for your baby bib on the next step. Print the pattern out and cut on the lines.
We'll be cutting out the pattern on the fold. You're going to cut out two pieces.
Fold your fabric over so that the pattern fits and pin the paper to the fabric - make sure you go through both layers of fabric! Cut around the pattern and then repeat the folding, pinning and cutting a second time. Pin the pieces together, ride sides facing. Leave an opening of inches on the right side. I like to mark the opening with pins that overlap the edges, and do the rest of the pinning within the edges of the bib.
Start at the bottom of the turning opening and sew all around the bib to the needle marking the top of the opening. Make sure to backstitch at the beginning and the end.
Around the neck of the bib, you'll need to go nice and slow and really manhandle the fabric to where it needs to be. I also left the needle in the fabric and raised the presser foot a couple times in tight spots.
This is going to ensure that the bib lays nice and flat and that your seams don't bunch once it's turned right side out. Then take tiny notches out of the very top of the neck piece of the bib and clip the large curve between those two pieces. Be careful to not cut your stitching!
I've included pictures of all these steps, but if you're still unsure check out this awesome tutorial over at Sew, Mama, Sew! Turn the bib right side out. I like to use a crochet hook to get to all the hard to reach areas pushed out properly.