Bandana Bib Tutorial


Bandana Bib Tutorial


Bandana Bib Tutorial

This Bandana Bib Tutorial will show you how to make baby bibs from microfleece-backed cotton or cotton jersey. They'll absorb any dribble while keeping the clothes (and baby) underneath dry. These bibs are quick to make and can be made in as many fabrics and colors as you want. If you're looking for baby sewing projects, don't forget this crucial clothing item, which will help keep your baby and her clothing clean. Best of all, this bib is easy to make, so it's a great sewing project for beginners.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

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I can't stop making them. Fun and fast!

I have not seen these banbana bids but they are way too cute. What a great idea to use instead of a bib. These bandanas are look a lot more attractive than the bibs ever have. Why did someone not think of these when my children or grand kids were little. This is a great tutorial and anyone can follow the directions. I have got to keep these bibs in mind for my next baby gift. Very creative. What are KAM snaps and can you use anything else instead of them?

In follow up to my previous message, attached is a photo of completed bandanas. They won't be used as bibs, but rather as a fashion accessory. I'm so pleased how they turned out!

This is awesome and it came out beautifully! I'm a new grandmother and I can't wait for my daughter to see her baby with this bandana, she will absolutely flip! Well done!!

These are super cute and so popular right now. I've been looking for one to buy, but I might just make my own with this pattern.

Thank you! This was super easy and fast to make!


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