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Reversible Crossover Applique Bibs

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Author Indygo Junction Inc
Price $12.99
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by markus, ranee
on October 14th, 2015

“I just downloaded the pattern. The bottom piece doesn't show how to round out the bib. It is just a piece of paper with a dotted line to connect to the top piece. The Owll pattern isn't there. But the directions seem preety clear to make it.”

Keep your little ones clean with this classic double-sided bib that wraps around the neck and velcros in front. Keep things simple by making a bib in two fun prints, or add an appliqué design. Choose from a monkey, bird, owl, tiger or flower to add some whimsy! Size: 6 months - 2T

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1/2 yd EACH of main fabric & lining fabric
16" x 22" piece of batting
Three inches of Velcro
Various fabric scraps depending on applique selected
1/4 yd of paper backed fusible web (if applying applique)
10" square of tear-away applique stabilizer (if applying applique)

by markus, ranee
on October 14th, 2015

I just downloaded the pattern. The bottom piece doesn't show how to round out the bib. It is just a piece of paper with a dotted line to connect to the top piece. The Owll pattern isn't there. But the directions seem preety clear to make it.

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