So what makes this bib perfect?
* It is waterproof, faced with vinyl, so no goopy
applesauce is going to leak through.
* It is big to cover all of the chest and belly
* The neck is adjustable so start use at 6 months and keep
using up until two years.
* There is a pocket to catch all the drops for snacking
later! (And the pocket stands away from the bib versus
those sewn flat against the bib so it will actually catch
* Unique design does not even let spilled liquids sneak out
of the pocket.
* The bib pocket unfolds so the corners can be cleaned and
no crunchy, moldy yuck gets left for the next meal.
* Rinse it off in the sink or put it in the washing machine!
* Make 1 or 10 and make it with the exact fabrics you love
because it is a pattern!
This bib pattern was designed with three things in mind; how to make it easy (and quick) for a beginner to complete, functionality and cost. There are almost 30 step by step illustrations and color photos to guide you and lots of helpful tips about sewing with vinyl. (There is no need to buy a special teflon presser foot for this project!) The pattern teaches how to make a bib and how to apply an appliqué for embellishment- the elephant template is included in this pattern! Choose to work with iron on vinyl or regular rolled vinyl, insturctions for both are given.
Fabric measurements and layouts are included for maximizing your fabric usage if making just one bib or multiple bibs of the same fabrics for resale. A full size bib pattern and elephant appliqué template are included in the PDF.
This sewing pattern is ready for you and will be sent as a PDF file to your email address. All rights reserved by Pattern Play 2009, this pattern may not be redistributed or reproduced in any form. There is no copyright on creations for the small home-based business as long as you are planning to personally create for commercial sale in limited quantities.
format: PDF sewing pattern
difficulty: easy - beginner with some experience (may take a little practice with the vinyl)
fabric requirements: ½ yard
average time: ½ hour