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Comments: First of two baby bibs I designed. This can be a toy bib or real bib depending on thread/yarn you use
The sample for this item is crocheted with FILET #1
Size : 26x24 cm (10 1/4 x 10 inches), ties excluded
Material : thread tricot no.5, hook 1.9 (Bates Steel 2)
Stitches : ch, sc, dc, dcl = dc cluster= dc not closed in first st, dc closed together with prev in second st
Start with 50 ch.
Row 1.sc in 2nd ch from hk and in remaining chs
Rows 2-38 . Proceed following the diagram. (If the above link does not work, click here)
Use oblique increasing technique for increasing and decreasing rows. At the end of row 28, continue only on a side, doing 10 rows; then, join thread in x, (look at the diagram) and finish other side; do not cut thread; crochet the edging
1. sc evenly spaced all around;
2. *(dcl in next sc, dcl in next sc) 5 ch, sk 3 sc*;Repeat * to* all around;
3. in ea 5-ch sp do (sc, hdc, 3 dc hdc, sc). Cut thread.
Do not crochet rows 2-3 of edging in internal part of bib.
Join thread in y (look at the diagram), 71 ch, sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each other ch, finishing with sl st in y. Cut thread.
Join thread in z (look at the diagram), 71 ch, sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each other ch, finishing with sl st in z. Cut thread.
Weave in ends.
N.B. Substitute first dc with 3 ch; for a filet primer, with increase and decrease explanations, go here
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