I made several bibs for my niece when she was born.
They’re from two Simplicity patterns that I think have been discontinued: 2273 and 2468. If you have your heart set on them, you can probably find them on Etsy or eBay.
First of all, the cow bib. There’s no way it fits around a baby’s neck. It’s like 2 inches across. I know babies’ necks are small, but not that small. Luckily the rest of the bibs have tie closures.
For a few of these, I made my own bias tape. I believe it came with instructions, but if not, there are instructions on the internet. Pretty much, you cut diagonal strips of fabric such that it creates a continuous strip. Then you can either fold/iron it yourself or get a bias tape maker that folds it for you (and you iron it as it comes out of the tool). I used the bias tape maker for a bit but it didn’t quite work as well as I wanted, so I just folded it myself in a few steps – in half and then folded the sides into the center.
Much like the tulip bag from a recent post, I had trouble catching all the layers while sewing on the bias tape. A couple of times I hand-basted it on to help with that. For the crab, the legs and ties are cotton ribbon. A few of the bibs have button details.
I think most or all of these were fat-quarter friendly, which is neat. I recognize most of the fabrics as ones I had fat quarters of. I liked making these!