The design of the neckline is particularly practical since the bib extends to shoulders but tapers in for the chest. When Indy turns his head, he won't rub food on his shirt, a problem I have noticed with the design of the bibs he currently wears. I intend to incorporate this design feature into future longer bibs with food pockets for everyday wear. If you need a freebie bib to embellish for the holidays, there are plenty on the internet. You might check out this blog for more ideas and a pattern: Just Another Hang Up
This Jack-o'-Lantern Bib pattern is also in Quick Creative Quilting, a book I have had on the shelf for years. The book currently appears to be a bargain at Amazon so for the price of shipping, you would have many more patterns than just the one for the bib. And please note that the neckline runs small on this pattern.
Update: I just found another great bib pattern in a Sew Daily freebie. It runs longer, with a larger neck opening (and some cute fruit and veggie appliques); perfect for the toddlers on your sewing list: Sew Daily (4 Free Easy Sewing Patterns)