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Bunny Baby Bib Crochet Pattern

Updated on October 4, 2013

Adorable Bunny Baby Bib Crochet Pattern

This adorable vintage baby bib pattern features a cute little bunny motif. Choose your own colors and quickly crochet half a dozen for the newest member of the family. Make one or more for a baby shower. This pattern will work up quickly and you'll want to make several. This vintage pattern comes from the 1950s. You'll find the link to the pattern down in the next section.

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The Most Popular Baby Names in the 1940s

GIRLS: Mary, Linda, Barbara, Patricia, Carol, Sandra, Nancy, Judith, Susan

BOYS: James, Robert, John, William, Richard, David, Charles, Thomas, Michael, Ronald

Vintage Baby Bib With Bunny Rabbit Motif Crochet Pattern

For that special little someone

Bunnies are cute in every color. And babies use several bibs a day. This is a fast, easy pattern to make over and over again. A variation could be to extend both ends at the neck and make a snap or velcro tab instead of the tie.

For the full printable pattern, simply click on this link BUNNY BIB.

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      Wednesday-Elf 7 years ago from Savannah, Georgia

      P.S. Forgot to say - I'm lensrolling this bunny bib crochet pattern to my 'How-to crochet a baby octopus'. :)

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      Wednesday-Elf 7 years ago from Savannah, Georgia

      Hi Nancy. I Crochet! I'm always on the outlook for plush animals and toys patterns; sometimes dolls. Your bunny baby bib is darling. I downloaded it, but have one question - can you tell me what 'Enterprise Yarn' is? I'm not familiar with the name, so can't tell if it is worsted weight, sports weight, baby weight, acrylic or cotton. I love collecting old patterns too - use many from 30-40 years ago when lots of stuffed animal patterns were popular in crochet magazines :o) - now, not so much -- harder to find. Enjoyed your bunny bib story. Thanks for the pattern.