Here are the awesome things about this tutorial & Bandana Bib:
- It’s adorable
- It’s reversible
- It doubles as a face/wash cloth
- It’s easy
- It’s fast, 15ish minutes, tops
- Fits babies approximately 4-18 months (could go up to 2 years, depending on your kid)
- You can sell the bonnets you make! Just don’t be a jerk and take credit for the pattern, nbd
- It’s free!!!
What you’ll need:
1 square foot of 2 coordinating fabrics. Natural fibers are the most absorbent.
Bandana Bib Tutorial:
Cut a 12″x12″ square from each fabric
Pin your squares together, right sides facing each other, leave a space, at least 3″ wide, for turning your bib right side out after you’ve sewn it. We put a pin diagonally in the area we want to leave open, as a reminder.
Sew around, using a 1/4″ seam allowance. Trim the corners. Don’t forget to leave a space open for turning.
Turn right side out, Press flat, making sure to press the open seams to the inside, and top stitch around using a 1/8-1/4″ seam allowance.
Fold your bib in half diagonally, your snaps will go on the corners.
Attach your snaps following the manufacturers instructions.
Ta-da! Done. Now put it on your cute kid and go make a mess.