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Hi! Justin here. Welcome to our Craftsy pattern store.

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My wife and I run a little Etsy shop called Five Sprouts Stitching. We sell handmade laptop, and tablet and ereader ...

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'In Fine Feather' Baby Bib Pattern

from Five Sprouts Stitching Sewing Patterns
(9) Name: 'Sewing : 'In Fine Feather' Baby Bib Pattern
'In Fine Feather' Baby Bib Pattern
'In Fine Feather' Baby Bib Pattern

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • A basic knowledge of sewing is all you will need for this great pattern!

Pattern Description:

This baby bib is designed for the modern baby that demands a touch of chic in their accessories. Our "In Fine Feather" baby bib pattern will help you make a bib that is fun and functional. It is a double layer bib which allows you to use a great cotton print on the front and a soft back fabric such as Chennille, Minky, terry, or flannel. It is also a Fat Quarter friendly project making your fabric choices practically limitless! We sized the bird so that snaps or fabric could be used for it's eyes. This appliqued baby bib is a great project for either a beginning or veteran seamstress. The pattern is detailed with many color pictures. It contains a materials list, a template for the baby bib, and a template for the bird. The bird template has a complete picture up for reference and all the parts broken and reversed to make tracing on the applique film easier.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Approx. 11" 1/2 inches long by 9" wide


  • 1/3 yard of cotton print fabric for the front of the bib. A Fat Quarter will also work.
  • 1/3 yard of back fabric such as Minky, terry, flannel, fleece, or Chennille.
  • An approx. 6" by 9" piece of fusible interfacing.
  • An approx. 1/4 yard of fusible web.
  • You will also need some fabric scraps for the applique.
  • Hook and loop tape (such as velcro) or snaps to secure bib.

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