Keep your little one in style with DIY bibs! 1) Cut 2 pieces of coordinating fabric & 1 piece of fusible fleece. 2) Sew 15” of ribbon on each shoulder, & iron on fusible fleece to main fabric's wrong side, & align the main & second fabrics' right sides. 4) Sew 1/4" from edge all the way around bib, leaving a 1 1/2” opening. 4) Trim corners & make small cuts around bib. Do not clip the sew line. 5) Turn bib inside out, press & hand sew the open space to finish. Refer to Simplicity pattern…

Keep your little one in style with DIY bibs! Cut 2 pieces of coordinating fabric & 1 piece of fusible fleece. Sew of ribbon on each shoulder, & iron on fusible fleece to main fabric's wrong side, & align the main & second fabrics' right sides.

Finally a web site that actually gives the dimensions of a baby or toddler bib.

Finally a web site that actually gives the dimensions of a baby or toddler bib. Just use the dimensions listed for DIY

SUPER EASY Baby Bib Tutorial!...oh good mama!! You can make me cute bibs!!! :) yay!

So I have recently been invited to a good friend& baby shower, and eager to put my new sewing machine to work, I decided to try m.

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DIY baby bibs with a button. Baby shower gift

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another project to do with the retirement folks, and all the great grand-children DIY Baby Bibs DIY Projects

Easy bibs Or maybe I'll give this one a go, I am a fan of the square Cotton On bibs...Just need to get the printer working so that I can print the template!

Easy bibs Or maybe I'll give this one a go, I am a fan of the square Cotton On bibs.Just need to get the printer working so that I can print the template!

Six easy steps below.    Materials for 1 Baby Bib:  1 fat quarter (front of bib)  ½ yard terry cloth (back of bib)  velcro (at least 3 inches)  steam-a-seam strip (at least 5 inches)  Coordinating thread  Step 1 – On scrap paper, create a baby bib pattern and then cut it out. Below are the dimensions of the pattern I used.

I made these bibs for a friend who has a baby boy on the way! Six easy steps below.Materials for 1 Baby Bib: 1 fat quarter (front of bib)½ yard terry cloth …

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& hop un bandana !

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