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Adorable Sewn Baby Bib
Adorable Sewn Baby Bib
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Who doesn't love making little baby sewn projects for a favorite babies in our lives? This Adorable Sewn Baby Bib is an amazingly quick and easy pattern that you can whip up in just one hour. Whether this is for your niece, nephew, son, daughter, godchild, grandchild, or all of the above one this is sure, when you start making these DIY bibs you won't be able to stop. Plus, this handmade baby bib comes with a fantastic durable pattern so that no matter how many times you wash it it won't completely fall apart! 

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Sewn byMachine

Easy

Materials List

  • 2 coordinating colors flannel fabric. I used fat quarters, otherwise each piece must be at least 9 ½” x 13”
  • Batting, at least 9 ½” x 13”
  • Large snap
  • Two 1” buttons
  • Thread and needle
  • Marking pencil
  • Template, downloaded, cut out and assembled

Adorable Sewn Baby Bib

DIY Baby Bib Pattern

  1. Print and cut out the template and tape it together. 

    Note: The pattern does not have a seam allowance and you are going to have to account for that while you are cutting your fabric. 

  2. Place the two pieces of fabric you are going to be using right side together, trace the outline of your pattern leaving some room for seam allowance, and cut it out. 

  3. Repeat step 2 with your cotton batting as well. 

  4. Leave the two pieces of fabric with the right sides facing together and the batting at the bottom. Stitch all the way around leaving an opening at the bottom to turn right side out. 

    Pro Tip: Lock stitch on either side because there will be a little stress on that when you turn it right side out. 

  5. Trim the seam allowance relatively close, and make some small diagonal cuts and clip all the curves. Turn your piece right side out. 

  6. Turn up the opening to press it and top stitch between 1/8 and 1/4 inch around all the way the entire bib. 

  7. Add a clasp of some sort to the end of your bib. You can also add a decorative button or flower. 

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I am going to make different styles of bibs for the new babies for gifts because they are so easy to make and all moms can use a lot of these. I like this bib and the button on it makes it different but I was a little afraid when I seen the button because I am not crazy about them but guess what no buttonhole it is a snap with a button . I love it. So fast easy and cute and there is a downloadable pattern. A super video to watch and written instructions too.

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