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Apple, Pear & Pumpkin Bibs

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Author Precious Patterns
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by Pope, Jennifer
on April 2nd, 2014

“I have not used this pattern yet, but it looks like it will be easy enough to follow and am looking forward to sewing these beautiful bibs”

The apple, pear & pumpkin bibs are very easy to make. The apple bib measures 7 1/2” wide by 7 3/4” in length. The pear bib measures 7 1/2” wide by 8 1/2” in length. The pumpkin bib measures 7 1/2” wide by 9 1/2” in length. The bibs are embellished with bias tape (ties & around the neck) & fabric yo-yos on apple & pear. Instructions are included for making yo-yos.

Materials Needed to Make Apple Bib:
-Light/medium weight cotton solid or print fabrics – 1/4 yard of red for bib front/back, -3” x 5” rectangle of light green for one side of leaf, 5” x 8” rectangle of medium green for opposite side of leaf & leaf back, 5” square of yellow for yo-yo
-Fusible fleece or cotton batting – one 9” x 10” rectangle fusible fleece was used for sample bib but cotton batting will work just as well)
-Extra wide double fold bias tape –1 yard of light brown
-Sewing thread – Coordinating color

Materials Needed to Make Pear Bib:
-Light/medium weight cotton solid or print fabrics – 1/4 yard of yellow for bib front/back, 3” x 5” rectangle of light green for one side of leaf, 5” x 8” rectangle of medium green for opposite side of leaf & leaf back, 6” square of pink for yo-yo
-Fusible fleece or cotton batting – one 9” x 10” rectangle (fusible fleece was used for sample bib but cotton batting will work just as well)
-Extra wide double fold bias tape –1 yard of medium brown
-Sewing thread – Coordinating color

Materials Needed to Make Pumpkin Bib:
-Light/medium weight cotton solid or print fabrics – 1/4 yard of orange for bib front/back, 3” x 5” rectangle of light green for one side of leaf, 5” x 8” rectangle of medium green for opposite side of leaf & leaf back
-Fusible fleece or cotton batting – one 9” x 11” rectangle (fusible fleece was used for sample bib but cotton batting will work just as well)
-Extra wide double fold bias tape –1 yard of dark brown
-Sewing thread – Coordinating color

There are six pages of instructions, five pages of patterns and twenty-five photographs.

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by Pope, Jennifer
on April 2nd, 2014

I have not used this pattern yet, but it looks like it will be easy enough to follow and am looking forward to sewing these beautiful bibs

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