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3 Drool Bibs

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Author My Childhood Treasures
Price $7.50
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by Carolyn Baker
on June 9th, 2015

“Cute pattern. Easy to follow. Will be making lots for my grandchildren.”

These trendy drool bibs will keep your baby dry while still looking stylish.

Your PDF sewing pattern eBook includes the pattern for 3 drool bibs -

1. The ultra trendy unisex BANDANA BIB style which is seen in many the designer baby stores at the moment.
2. The girls PAN COLLAR BIB which is designed to give a cute touch to outfits as it looks like a collar.
3. The ROUND BIB which is a little larger for heavier droolers but not as large and restricting as a regular food bib.

The pattern is multi-sized and comes in sizes 0-6months, 6-12 months and 12-24 months.

These bibs are perfect for using up your fabric scraps and are so cheap and easy to make. They are great for presents and for learning how to sew.

All my children patterns and baby patterns an can be made with or without a serger and are designed for beginner sewers who do not have much experience.

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cotton or cotton blend fabric
towelling

by Betterton, Donna
on March 26th, 2016

Made a couple of these for my great grandson and his mother loerd them got to make some more.

by Carolyn Baker
on June 9th, 2015

Cute pattern. Easy to follow. Will be making lots for my grandchildren.

by Simplyapplique
on October 4th, 2014

Love this pattern made lots of these

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