Little Bibs

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Three little bibs made some 13 years ago. They are approximately 18 cm / 7″ wide. Perfect size for the infant starting to eat apple sauce. I have made them with polyester lining fabric. I always make bibs with lining because it is so easy to clean. You just wipe them clean with a wet cloth or run them under water. The red and the green bias are polyester while the ivory bias is cotton. Those little bibs are so small that they can be made of little scraps laying around. If I remember well, I have used a pattern found in the magazine Le Idee de Susanna.

Looking back at the stitches, it looks like I had some difficulties following the curving shape of the bib. And even following the straight edge of the bias. I must have been in a hurry, working during a baby nap. 😉

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2 thoughts on “Little Bibs

    • Thank you, Lara! They have a sweet shape, indeed. I was attracted by it when I saw this pattern in the magazine. They remind me of new age flowers. 🙂 As for the choice of fabric, I believe that with babies, being practical is a must!

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