Baby Bib Pattern

August 3, 2011 at 10:10 am | Posted in crafts | 3 Comments
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I have been sewing baby bibs (to sell) again, and I decided to scan my pattern to share.  It is a pattern that I designed, you can cut 2 fronts from one fat quarter of fabric.  I use a waterproof lining – it always frustrated me when my son would drool and soak through his cute bib – what’s the point in having the bib if it doesn’t keep baby clean and dry?  The bib will be a little loose on the tiny babies, but should fit up to a 2-3 year old since the neck size stays small for a long time. 

I put the pattern on two [8.5″ x 11″ pages], and on an [11″ x 16″ page] in case you have a wide format printer.  I scanned my fabric pattern, so the edges are a little rough but you can trim them smooth when you cut the pattern out.    If you make your bibs with a waterproof lining please remember that waterproof fabric is also airtight, so use common sense and don’t leave it on a sleeping baby.  I love making these bibs as gifts – they are functional and adorable, and if you use good quality materials they last forever.



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