How to Make a Full Coverage Bib for Babies or Toddlers Pdf eBook Sizes 6-12 month and 2-4T : INSTANT DOWNLOAD

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How to Make a Full-Coverage Bib is a printable PDF eBook. All you need is Adobe Acrobat reader (it’s free at and a printer with ink and paper. Each step has detailed instructions and is illustrated with full color pictures. The bib comes in two sizes: 6-12 month and 2-4T. The pattern can be printed full size on regular 8 ½ x 11 paper and cut out, so there is no guesswork involved. Download instantly upon purchase!

This is the bib your baby or toddler should be wearing in those pictures where he’s sporting his bowl of spaghetti on his head. It protects from neck to thighs and covers the upper arm like a shirt.

It’s made of soft cotton lined with an impermeable layer, which is at the same time soft and comfy for your baby, and waterproof so nothing gets through to her clothes. The cotton on the outside actually soaks up all that peach juice that just dribbled down her chin and through her fingers—no slimy mess sliding down onto her lap.

Unlike most shirt bibs, this one has a wide pocket that actually stands out on its own so it really does trap all those noodles trying to slither down onto his clothes.

You will need only basic sewing supplies, a sewing machine, fabric, and bias binding (pattern includes instructions for making your own bias binding). This pattern is easy to whip up in a couple of hours.

I am a mom with a preschooler and a toddler—I would be lost without these amazing bibs. My kids don’t go anywhere without them.

Pattern and photographs are ©Lilredhead 2010. All rights reserved. Items produced using the information in this eBook may be used for personal use, as well as for sale in limited quantities. Any reproduction of this eBook or any portion thereof, including electronic transmission to third parties, is strictly prohibited.

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I rush-made this for an event where we had to dress up and eat, to cover my baby's pretty dress. It could not be more perfect, even though I missed some of the layers in the binding in some spots, because again, I was rushing. I made it of an old beach towel and PUL. I'll be making more, and next time I'll try serging all the layers first before putting the binding on it; it seems like this might make catching all the layers easier.
7 days ago by Marcelle Brown
I have made 3 of these for my kids now. We love them! I even added some length and width to make an art smock for my six year old! Great pattern - my favorite bib pattern by far.
Jun 3, 2014 by eleriqueen
I'm looking forward to making this. Great pattern, Thanks!
Aug 10, 2013 by A fellow maker
Aug 4, 2013 by A fellow maker
what an easy person to talk to and very helpful fantastic pattern would highly recommend thanks a million
Feb 7, 2013 by A fellow maker

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