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Cute Baby Bib


baby bib


Fabrics are from the Don’t Be Afraid collection by Northcott.



Perfect for a baby shower gift or for your own little one, this bib is easy to make out of your favorite fabrics.



Materials for One Bib:

  • 9x11" rectangle print (bib front)
  • 9x11" rectangle coordinating print (bib back)
  • 9x11" rectangle thin cotton batting or flannel (bib lining)
  • 1" square hook-and-loop tape


Finished bib: 8-1⁄2x10-1⁄4"

Measurements include 1⁄4" seam allowances. Sew with right sides together unless otherwise stated.



Cut Fabrics:

The two-piece Bib Pattern is found in the downloadable PDF at bottom of this blog entry. To make a complete pattern, print out the PDF and trace the two pattern pieces on paper. Cut out on solid outer lines, and tape pieces together, matching dots.

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From bib front print, bib back print, and bib lining, cut:           

  • 1 Bib Pattern each


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Assemble Bib:


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1. Layer bib back and bib front with right sides together. Top layered pieces with bib lining.


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2. Sew around edges, leaving a 4" opening along one edge for turning. 


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3. Referring to Clipping Diagram, along curved edges clip into the seam allowances just up to the stitching lines. 


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4. Turn right side out through opening. Turn raw edges under (inside), press flat, and hand-stitch opening closed. 


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5. Referring to the marks indicated on Bib Pattern, sew the hook piece of hook-and-loop tape to bib front and loop piece to bib back to complete bib.


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