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Sleeve Saver Bib E-Pattern

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Author SewBaby
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This wonderful bib has sleeves from wrists to elbows that have ribbed cuffs to keep stains out. Ribbed neckline for easy on/off. Six cute appliqué shapes for both boys and girls. This is our best selling pattern-- makes great baby shower presents!

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To make 2 bibs:
-5/8 yard 60" knit terry cloth or 1-1/8 yard 45" terry cloth (Knit terry cloth is best to go over the head easily.)

If you choose to do an applique, you will also need:
-1/4 yard fusible transfer web, such as WonderUnder.
-1/4 yard tear-away stabilizer

For each bib you will need:
-9" x 9" piece of applique fabric (optional)
-1-5/8 yards double fold bias tape (1/2”-5/8” width)
-5" ribbing (28" width) for neck and cuffs
These amounts are given separately in case you want different color trim and rib for each bib. For the bias tape and ribbing, choose a color that contrasts the terry cloth.

Appliqué fabric suggestions:
The appliqué shapes included are apple, bunny, cat, dinosaur, duck, and teddy bear. The appliqués are especially cute made of fabric that features the shape in a small print. A small bunny print for the bunny appliqué is one example. Appliqués also look nice made of floral prints and gingham checks.
You can make other appliqué shapes by cutting out objects from fabrics with large prints. For example, you could cut out a reindeer from a large Christmas print and use it as your appliqué.

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