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Fat Quarter Tuesday Project

Baby Bandana Bib!

We used a little fabric from our previous project Baby’s 1st Pic! When designing this fabric, we used the extra space to create a separate pattern for this easy to sew baby bandana bib! Follow along below and learn to make your own little bib! 🍼


Supplies:

  • Fat Quarter of desired fabric
  • Sewing machine
  • Scissors
  • Thread
  • Bandana bib pattern
  • Pins
  • Snap closure

First, we found a free pattern to use here.

Then we used the fabric design we created and had printed on our interlock blend from our last project and folded the fat quarter in half.

We placed the pattern pieces along the fold and cut each one out.

Next, we place right sides together and sewed at ½” seam allowance around the entire edge using a small zig zag stitch. We made sure to leave a 1.5” opening to turn the bib right side out.

Once the edges were sewn we clipped the corners and rounded edges and turned the bib right side out. Next, we pressed the bib and folded under the opening and pinned closed.

To finish up the sewing we did a small zig zag top stitch about ¼” away from the edge of the bib all the way around.

Finally, we added our press on snaps to each end of the bib, and viola we were done!

This bib is so easy to make and all you need is a fat quarter of fabric. These make great gifts for all the mommies in your life!


Don’t forget to checkout how we made this fun triangle pattern on our onesie blog!!


Links:

Interlock Blend

Baby’s First Pic Onesie Blog

Bandana Bib Sewing Pattern

 

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