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The elf, snowman & reindeer bibs are fun to make! Each bib measures 7” wide by 6 1/2” in length (this does not include the reindeer ears/antlers or the elf ears). The length of each bib under the neck is 5 1/4”. The bibs are embellished with rick rack, bias tape (for the ties and around the neck), buttons (for the eyes) and fabric yo-yos (for the cheeks and noses). Instructions are included for making the yo-yos.
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:
-Light to medium weight cotton solid fabric – 9” x 9” square for face (bottom front of bib), ears/nose for elf & ears for reindeer
-Light to medium weight cotton print fabric – 9” x 15” rectangle for hat (top front of bib) & back of bib, 4” x 7” rectangle for cheeks (yo-yo circles), 4” square for snowman/reindeer nose, 4” x 8” rectangle for reindeer antlers
-Fusible fleece or cotton batting – one 9” x 9” square (fusible fleece was used for sample bib but cotton batting will work just as well)
-Extra wide double fold bias tape –1 yard
-Medium rick rack – 3/8 yard
-3/8” Buttons with two holes – two for eyes
-Polyester fiberfill – a small amount to stuff nose
-Sewing thread – white, black & coordinating color
There are six pages of instructions, two pages of patterns and thirty-five 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.
I made all three of these bibs. They are so cute and fun to make.
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