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Buying baby bibs can be an expensive thing to do, especially if your little one goes through as many as mine does! With dribbles, bottles and baby food we can easily go through 6 or more in a day! So instead of paying a fortune I figured out how to use my limited sewing experience to create a baby bib.
With a few easy steps you can also sew bibs for your baby, or even as a nice handmade gift for friends.
Remember when making these, they don’t need to be perfect, your baby won’t know! All they need to do is help your messy little one stay clean! You will find the simple instructions and free printable patterns and feel free to pop over to our Facebook page and tell us how you went! We would love to see a photo!
Remember to also find our video on YouTube for a live tutorial of this easy pattern to make.
Choose your fabrics! I buy towels from IKEA as they are inexpensive, and fabric from spotlight. You can choose a cotton poplin or a flannelette, both work well. From half a metre of fabric I usually get four bibs, two large and two small. Place your decorative fabric right side down ontop of your towel.
So now you have sewn your very first bib, it’s time to sew some more!
Here is the link to Youtube: How To Make a baby bib
Here is the link to Facebook to share your finished product: DP Kids Facebook