This is the first and second pattern of four, released from The Bridget Collection.
I've been drawing my own sewing patterns for years now. I have decided to start sharing, as well as designing other patterns for items I think you might find useful (please stay tuned!) :)
Last year, I was asked to design and sew a doll carrier, diaper bag, diaper and bib for a lovely little girl named Bridget to use with her favourite doll, and so the "Bridget Collection" was born!
There will be four pattern pieces in total. I'll be releasing them as I get them edited and formatted.
With all of my patterns, I offer full support. If you ever need any assistance with the pattern, I'm just a convo away :)
This is a personal use pattern only. Please give credit to Stuff For Making Stuff if you plan on using it otherwise. Thank you!
Looking for a pattern for something different? Let me know, and I'll happily take a crack at it, and set up a custom listing for you!
- For bib: One or two varieties of cotton, for a total of 2 8"x6" rectangles (I like to use two different fabrics. It's a nice little surprise to find a different fabric on the reverse side) one piece of flannel or similar 8"X6" (This is just to add thickness, so don't worry about it matching the cotton fabric. Just make sure it won't show through. a good 2' -2 1/2' of bias tape (1/2" double fold works great. You can find some funky patterned bias tape at:: http://www.etsy.com/shop/StuffForMakingStuff?section_id=13137443 a small square (3/4") of 2 pc. velcro (make sure you have the loop and fluffy sides) matching thread sewing machine/steady hand paper-cutting scissors fabric-cutting scissors marker or pins
- For diaper: One or two varieties of cotton, for a total of 2 10"x10" squares (I like to use two different fabrics. It's a nice little surprise to find a different fabric on the inside) a good 2' of 1/4" braided elastic just to be sure 2 small squares (3/4") of 2 pc. velcro (make sure you have the loop and fluffy sides for both) matching thread sewing machine/steady hand paper-cutting scissors fabric-cutting scissors marker or pins iron