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The super baby and little man bibs are fun and easy to make. Each bib measures 7 1/4” wide. The length is 10” from the top of the bib to the bottom (the length of the bib is 8 1/2” under the neck). The bibs look like little bodies with legs underneath. Sample bibs are embellished to look like a super baby and a little man with a neck tie. As the designer, you can create bib outfits, using fabrics of your choice. This is a great way to use leftover fabric scraps.
This PDF e-pattern includes full size patterns, materials list, detailed instructions written in English, and clear step-by-step photographs.
There are five pages of instructions, two pages of patterns and thirty-two photographs.
Note: These are downloadable instructions 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.
Such great instructions. Such a creative idea for bibs.
Brilliant pattern. Highly detailed, loads of can't go wrong! One of my favourite patterns :)
THESE ARE FUN TO SEW AND SO CUTE TO GIVE.
These are so funny!
This is something very different from other bib designs. As always easy to follow instructions, recommend.
I love the uniqueness of this pattern. Easy to follow.
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 fabrics – 6” x 9” rectangle for body top, 3” x 9” rectangle for body bottom, 3” x 5” rectangle for legs, 3” x 9” rectangle for shoes, 9” x 15” rectangle for bib back
SUPER BABY – 2” x 4” rectangle for letter “S”, 3” x 5” rectangle for emblem
LITTLE MAN – 3” x 5” rectangle for neck tie,
Fusible fleece – 9” x 15” 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.)
Double sided iron-on fusible web – 4” x 5” rectangle (Lite Steam-A-Seam 2 Fusible Web by The Warm Company was used for sample bibs but any double sided fusible web for fabric will work fine)
Extra wide double fold bias tape –1 yard
3/8” Grosgrain ribbon – 1/4 yard for super baby belt, 3/8 yard for little man suspenders
Copyrights protect this pattern from being reproduced in any media format to be resold. Permission is given for the pattern to be used to make and sell finished designs in limited quantities.