- 1/4 yard of cotton Fabric
- 1/4 yard of terry cloth fabric (in corresponding color) (I used white)
- Ribbon (in corresponding color)
1. I simply traced the outline of a bib that I already had. I traced it onto the cotton fabric and onto the terry cloth.
3. Sew it Up. As you're sewing, don't forget to leave a 2 inch gap so that you can flip the bib inside out.
Below is a picture of the bib after it has been sewn and before it has been flipped inside out.
5. Repair the Opening. You can do a top stitch here but I used the iron on adhesive because I thought it was easier. I simply folded the two pieces of fabric so that they were equal with the rest of the bib and then ironed the adhesive into place. I also like to iron the entire bib because it gives it a nice finished look and this way you can do both things at one time. Below is a picture of the finished product!
1/4 yard of each material is enough to make 4 bibs. BUT it's very important that you place them on your fabric in a way that allows you to get 4 bibs out of it. You might need to work with your fabric before cutting to make sure you are using it efficiently. Otherwise you'll only be able to make 2 bibs and you'll have a lot of wasted fabric and that's frustrating.
If anyone is interested in purchasing any bibs, I'm selling then for $5 each or a set of 3 for $13.00.