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The witch & elf bibs are very easy to make. Each bib measures 7 1/2” wide. The length is 9 1/2” from the top of the bib to the bottom (the length of the bib is 8 1/4” under the neck). The bib can be made with the witch and elf legs as shown in the photo above or without the legs for a plain bib. Make the plain bib in white, orange and yellow fabrics to look like candy corn or in red, green and white fabrics for Christmas.
The bibs can be made for girls or boys. They are great for babies and toddlers. The bibs will wash and wear well.
This PDF e-pattern includes full size patterns, materials list, detailed instructions written in English, and clear step-by-step photographs.
Materials Needed to Make One Bib (either style):
-Fabric rectangles are a guideline –They don’t need to be precise amounts.
-Light to medium weight cotton print fabric – 5” x 9” rectangle for body top, 2” x 9” rectangle for belt,
-3” x 9” rectangle for body bottom, 2” x 6” rectangle for socks, 4” x 9” rectangle for shoes,
-9” x 13” rectangle coordinating print for back of bib
-Fusible fleece – 9” x 13” rectangle (fleece has a fusible web on one side - it is adhered to the wrong side of the front bib shapes. If fusible fleece is not available or you prefer not to use it, you can use a firm cotton batting between the front and back of the bib to make it heavy enough so that spills don’t go through the fabric.)
-Extra wide double fold bias tape –1 yard
-Sewing thread – black & color that coordinates with fabrics
-Buttons – two 3/4” for witch or one 3/4” for elf
There are four pages of instructions, 2 pages of patterns, and twenty-eight photographs.
*Note: These are downloadable instructions and patterns for making bibs. Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
Very different, easy to make, good instructions. Recommend ;)
A lot easier than it looks. It's harder to pick out the fabric than it is to sew.
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