Hello everyone! I’m here today after a bit of a break for some much-needed rest and relaxation, to show you some easy-to-make baby bibs!
Baby’s are so much fun to make things for. They are small in size and need so many different things to keep them clean, safe, and warm. Bibs help with all of that. They keep the spit up and food off of their clothes. That extra layer can keep them warm.
Let’s take a look at some baby bibs:
Now, tell me you don’t think these bibs aren’t cute. Perfect for a newborn baby.
Let’s take a look at this fabric collection:
Sleep Tight by Gabrielle Neil for Riley Blake Designs combines two different colors, mint and coral, with teddy bears, modern painterly textures, and highlights of sparkle. Totally beautiful. It comes with eighteen prints and two fabric panels.
Here’s how to create these bibs:
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Step 1: Create your pattern template
Take a bib that you like and trace around it onto a piece of cardstock.
Cut that template out.
Step 2: Cut the fabric
Using that template, cut out 1 front panel from one of the prints from the Sleep Tight Fabric and 1 back panel from the terry cloth.
Step 3: Prepare the fabric for sewing
Place the pattern piece and the terry cloth right sides together and pin.
Leave a 4-inch hole at the bottom for turning.
Step 4: Sew the bib
Use a quarter-inch sewing machine foot, and sew a quarter inch seam allowance around the entire bib leaving the hole at the bottom.
Step 5: Turn the fabric
After sewing the bib together, turn the entire thing around and stitch up the opening using an edgestitch foot.
Step 6: Attach the pearl snap for closure
With the Dritz snap tool, attach the pearl snap to the bib flaps to have a pretty closure.
Nicely done! Very simple and easy to make.
Let’s Take a Closer Look:
Now it’s your turn! How many of these will you make?
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Thank you so much for stopping by!