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The Bigger & Better Baby Bib

By: Cat W from www.marymarthamama.com

The Bigger & Better Baby Bib
The Bigger Better Baby Bib

"This free printable bib pattern is a new, improved version of my old one. It's slightly bigger and better. Simply print out the PDF of the pattern and follow the tutorial steps to complete your baby bib. These baby bibs make a great present for an expecting family because they are practical and yet also beautiful. You can pick a fabric that is to the taste of your recipient. When baby comes, you cannot have enough bibs on hand!"

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Sewn byMachine

Beginner

Materials List

  • 1/4 yard of cotton woven fabric
  • 1/4 yard of terrycloth fabric

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This is a nice baby bib and would make a lovely gift. The terry cloth really helps absorb drips and after feeding, could serve a s a napkin clean up for baby. Great way to,use up fabric scraps took, for an added touch, I have made bibs with baby's name embroidered on, or using fabric block letters with bar stitched edges. Thanks for sharing!

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