These Monster Bibs are so Cute and Easy to Make |
New Parents Will Love Having One or More on Hand!
Big googly eyes and jagged teeth turn pieced bibs into darling monsters. New parents will have fun with these any time of year, and especially around Halloween.
The bibs are super simple to make and allow lots of room for creativity. Choose a nice combination of fabrics to piece together to form the bib. Fuse the appliqued row of teeth in place then play with the eyes. They can point in any direction!
Use a leftover piece of fleece, flannel, minky, etc. for the back of the bib. Layer the back, front and batting, sew around the outside edges, leaving a small space to turn the bib. Quick, easy and fun.
Monster bibs from Becky’s Bibs.
Bib from Create.nic.
The finished bibs, designed by Lisa Summerhays from Stubbornly Crafty, are about 8.5″ wide by 13″ tall.
You’ll also need the cutting templates found here and here.
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