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"I have downloaded the Trevor Pyjama pattern but am unable to just print one size but I cannot turn off the layers of unwangted sizes"
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"This bib is huge! It’s long and wide and has snaps to transform it into a pelican pocket style bib. Great for babies first starting solids."
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Project TypeMake a Project
Time to CompleteUnder an hour
- 45 x 32cm (18×13") piece of main fabric
- 45 x 32cm (18×13") piece of backing fabric
- Fasteners – KAM snaps or press studs or velcro
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Dec 31, 2017
I have been wanting to make some bibs for baby showers but have not done so yet and so now I see this super cute one and well now I am so inspired to make some. I like that it is a large bib because store bought ones are so small and I love the snaps it gives it some character. Where is the best place to get these snaps? It has a downloadable pattern to save you time too. This will be added to my to do list and keep for upcoming baby showers.
May 28, 2017
So much better than a store purchased bib. You can come up with perfect fabric combo for each bib. It's large enough that you can protect the littles one's clothes. The pocket at the bottom is perfect for things dropping. No needing to clean the floors after using this cute bib
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