Easy Stay-On Bib. I made one for my granddaughter in Peaches & Creme in Lavender Ombre. I liked the idea of a ribbed neck-band instead of velcro or ties.
The pattern is pretty quick and easy. I can knit a bib in an evening while watching TV.
Then, I had an a moment of inspiration. I wanted to make another bib for a baby boy that was just born a couple of weeks ago, but I wanted to knit a "picture bib." So, I CO for the bib as per the directions and then I used the Sailboat pattern from Baby Washcloths to Knit. But, in order for the picture to be in the correct position, and not upside down, I had to knit the rows in descending order. I started with row 48, them 47, and so on.
Close-up of Sailboat
I really like that my idea worked as well as I imagined that it would. It made for fun and relaxing knitting.
I CO with size 7 Denise Circular needles, then when the neckband was finished and I was ready to work on the bib/picture part of the pattern, I switched to size 6 straight needles. I use some blue cotton yarn from my stash and I used less than a 3 oz. skein of the yarn.