Toddler bibs

Project Description

What was your source for this sewing project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Long sleeve baby bib Link to website or photo www.fleetingthing.com/handmade/baby-gifts/baby-bib/&2_10_46 What are you most proud of? Finished in time for her next visit. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Easy as!

What you will need

  • Laminated cotton fabric for the main part and parka nylon for the sleeves

Q&A with Pam NZ

mo.sews asked:
these are awesome!
Pam NZ answered:
Thanks Mo... can't wait to see how they stand up to the test tomorrow LOL!
bsparks30 asked:
Do you increase the pattern size for children.?
Pam NZ answered:
These are my first like this but I don't see why you can't... the original pattern is very basic. My 11 month great niece tried hers out yesterday... the sleeves were a little short, looked like 3/4 sleeves but still did the job of not allowing food all the way up her arms LOL. Apart from that they were roomy but not excessive. What size were you thinking of?
MomGrandma asked:
The ONLY bib that works for babies who...experiment...with their food. ; )
Pam NZ answered:
LOL now there's the voice of experience! Lovely age tho... if you're a safe distance ;-)
sewfine191350185 asked:
where did you find the lamented cotton fabric? i used to make them out of terry cloth that was backed with a rubber type material. i used this fabric as the back and it protected the spills from going thru to their clothing. can't find this kind of fabric anywhere.
Pam NZ answered:
Hi, not sure where you're from but here in NZ I found it in Spotlight... Trade Me also has it from time to time.