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Knit Baby Bib 

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This Bib can be made with the following:
 

The Famous "PURITAN" CROCHET COTTON, Article 40 or "DE LUXE" Quality
CROCHET COTTON, Article 346

1 ball each White and Blue.  1 pr. knitting needles No. 1. Steel crochet
hook No. 5.

GAUGE: 10 sts = 1 inch.

With White cast on 70 sts and work in stockinette st (K 1 Row, P 1 Row) for
7 ½ inches ending with a P Row.

Next Row.  K across 24 sts and place on a holder, bind off next 22 sts, K across remaining 24 sts. 

Work even on these 24 sts for 1 ½ inches, bind off. 

Slip the 24 sts from holder and work other side to correspond.

EDGE: With right side toward you attach Blue in left corner at top of bib, and work a row of sc around entire bib working 3 sc in each corner, join in 1st sc.

Next Row. * Ch 4, skip next 2 sts, sc in next st, repeat from * around entire bib ending with
sc in last st.

Next Row. * Ch 5, sc in next ch 4 loop, repeat from * around entire bib ending with sc in 3rd st of ch 5, cut thread.

FINISHING: Fold edging in toward center of bib, using Blue tack in position as illustrated.

TIES: Attach a double strand of Blue at neck edge and ch 50, cut thread.


Attach thread at opposite side and work another tie in same manner.

EMBROIDERY: Using a double strand of Blue, embroider as illustrated using Lazy Daisy stitch for petals and French Knots for centers.

Taken from the workbasket 1955

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