If you click on each image it should appear full-size. It is supposed to take ten minutes to create an image in “Canva” – and, according to Facebook, some Bloggers manage that. This Blogger has managed to take over three hours with much huffing and puffing and “google” searching. Will I use “Canva” again? Well, bearing in mind that I am still not clear how exactly I uploaded my crochet pattern, probably not. If I have time to spare, I may be tempted . . . The “Canva” package is very exciting.
Meanwhile, the crochet pattern is not brilliant. There was not enough space for text to explain each step . . . But it does look impressive!
I have used the English crochet terms. Always chain two stitches when turning at the end of each row to keep the edge straight. To work the little buttonholes on the front bib, double crochet the first two stitches in the row, then chain two stitches, missing the next two stitches in the row and working double crochet into the third stitch along. Continue to the last four stitches, chain two stitches, missing two stitches and double crochet into the remaining two stitches. Turn, work two chain then double crochet the entire row.