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Crossover Style Bib

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Author Precious Patterns
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by Patricia KRENCIK
on August 1st, 2001

“This was a very easy to follow well orchestrated tutorial. I made three and will be doing more. I am in the process of adding embellishments and figuring out at which step I will be doing that the next time I make them. Great job.”

The crossover style bib is very easy to make. It measures 8 1/4” wide by 8 1/2” in length. The length of the bib is 6 3/4” under the neck. The bib is reversible – either side can be used for the front. It can be made for a girl or a boy (using different types of fabric). The crossover styling gives the bib double padding so it’s very practical – no spills will get through to baby’s clothing. The bib will wash and wear well. The bib can be embellished with optional buttons or ribbon bows.

The bib can be made from four different fabrics so the front and back have two completely different looks as shown on bib with pink bias tape. The bib can also be made from two different fabrics – the same fabrics will be shown on the front and back of the bib but they will be in reverse order as shown on bib with black bias tape.

This PDF e-pattern includes a full size pattern, a materials list, detailed instructions written in English, and clear step-by-step photographs.

Materials Needed:

-Light to medium weight cotton print fabrics for bib made from two fabrics – two contrasting
-9” x 20” rectangles
-Light to medium weight cotton print fabrics for bib made from four fabrics – four contrasting
-9” x 10” rectangles
-Fusible fleece or firm cotton batting – one 9” x 20” rectangle (fusible fleece was used for sample bibs but cotton batting will work just as well)
-Extra wide double fold bias tape – 2 1/4 yards of a contrasting color
-Sewing thread – same color as bias tape
-Optional buttons (any size or amount), 20” piece of ribbon (any width) for bow to embellish crossover on bib, or 8” piece of 1/4” to 3/8” ribbon for leaves on button flower

There are five pages of instructions, one pattern page and nineteen photographs.

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by Patricia KRENCIK
on August 1st, 2001

This was a very easy to follow well orchestrated tutorial. I made three and will be doing more. I am in the process of adding embellishments and figuring out at which step I will be doing that the next time I make them. Great job.

by Erin
on August 1st, 2001

I love this pattern. It was easy to create and really makes a beautiful bib. Thanks so much. I will be making again and again.

by Tracy Harvey
on August 1st, 2001

This is a great pattern, very easy to follow and the results are adorable! The fabric possibilities are endless.

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