I’m still trying to get some handmade gifts done for Baby K. I was so busy planning the baby shower that I had no time to make a gift! And to be honest, I wasn’t able to get inspired. She’s now 2 months old, and I’m playing catch up. Bibs are an all-time handy must-have for every baby. These are simple, with no fancy applique or stitching, yet cute because of the printed fabric. And, they are reversible with the chenille side being extra absorbent!
You’ll need 2 fabrics, I used a cotton print and a chenille. You could substitute another fabric for the chenille – these would look cute with denim, terrycloth, corduroy… really just about anything! Using a more heavy-duty fabric on one side will help the bibs keep their shape through washing. You’ll also need freezer paper, a marker or pen, a couple pins, your iron and sewing machine.
Who knew that making a bib could be this easy? If I would’ve known, maybe I would have had them done in time for the baby shower!
Until next time,