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Bandana bibs are popular for babies and toddlers and for good reason. They’re so cute! However, we wonder how practical and comfortable they are with all that fabric bunched up around the neck.
This pattern is an especially nice one because it eliminates excess fabric while being just as cute. Plus, it’s a cinch to make. You can have two or three bibs done in an afternoon.
The bib, from Apple Green Cottage, is available in two sizes: up to 1 year (baby) and 2 years (toddler). You can also adjust the velcro or snap to change the size of the neck opening as needed.
A free tutorial is available at the link below. The download for the cutting pattern can be found here. You’ll need to “Add to cart” and go through a checkout process but you won’t be charged for the free pattern.
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