Bibs for Infants Through Adults Are Quick to Make |
Also Included is an Adult Bib Made from a Shirt!
A wrap-around snapping neckline makes this bib an easy one to put on and take off. It’s a quick project that’s fun to make up in many different fabric styles.
Instructions are included for infant, toddler, big kids and even adult. There are also directions for making an adult coverup from a button-up shirt.
The bibs are turned and topstitched, or use the even faster serger method.
Cozy flannel makes them extra absorbent, although they can also be made with quilting cotton. Choose two compatible fabrics so they’re reversible.
A tutorial from the designer, Bonnie at Hem Me In (formerly Sew Fishsticks) shows how to substitute a button closure for the snaps, if you prefer.
You can download the bib pattern here.
The adult coverups can be made from upcycled shirts, flannel or cotton fabric. Learn more about the adult version here.
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