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The giraffe and gator bibs are very easy to make. Each bib measures 7” wide (that doesn’t include the ears on the sides of the giraffe bib). The length is 11 1/4” from the top of the bib to the bottom (the length of the bib is 6 3/4” under the neck).
They can be made for girls and boys. They are great for babies and toddlers. The bibs will wash and wear well.
Materials Needed to Make One Bib (either style):
-Light to medium weight cotton print fabric:
- 9” x 9” rectangle for top
-9” x 9” rectangle for bottom of animal’s head
-9” x 13” rectangle for back of bib
-5” x 6” rectangle for eye shapes
-6” x 6” square for giraffe ears
-Fusible fleece – 1/4 yard
-Buttons with two holes – two 7/16” black buttons & two 3/4” white buttons for eyes
& two 7/8” to 1” buttons for nostrils.
-Jumbo rick rack – 1 yard yellow for gator’s teeth
-5/8” Snap set
-Sewing thread – white & color that coordinates with fabrics
There are nine pages of instructions, two pages of patterns and thirty-two photographs.
*Note: These are downloadable instructions for making bibs. Since it is a download, you will receive this by email and it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
Adorable, easy and functional. I made these bibs for my baby, and have had several people ask where they can be purchased.
LOVE these. They turned out so adorable and made a cute addition to a baby shower gift. Very easy to make and the instructions were perfect.
I have made these bibs but altered them by appliqueing the eyes and nose out of flannel and felt, much easier on a babies face and doesn't pose a choking hazard like the buttons!
I love this pattern! It is so easy to understand. I had trouble with the rick rack though.
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