digital messy kid bib sewing pattern
This bib features an asymmetrical side opening that makes it easier to get on and off than a traditional bib with a back closure. It’s cut wide across the chest and shoulders to keep even the messiest eaters clean. And it has a large front pocket that opens slightly to catch drips and spills.
This style is provided as a digital PDF pattern. It may be printed on home printers (using either 8 1/2" x 11" or A4 paper). Because all pieces are small, there is no large-format version of this pattern provided. When you complete your order, you will be provided with a unique code to instantly download the pattern. See our digital product policy for full details.
Every small child needs a really good bib. This one combines the best features of several different types. It includes an asymmetrical side opening that makes it easier to get on and off than a traditional bib with a back closure. It’s cut wide across the chest and shoulders to keep even the messiest eaters clean. And it has a large front pocket that opens slightly to catch drips and spills before they end up on the furniture, the floor, or on a little one’s lap. This project uses iron-on vinyl because it allows you to turn any printed cotton fabric into a waterproof surface that can be wiped clean with a damp cloth.
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After successfully sewing this pattern, you will have developed the following skills: applying bias binding.
Lightweight fabric like quilting cotton.
24" of 17"-wide iron-on vinyl, 3 yards of 3/8"-wide homemade bias binding or 1 package of 1/4"-wide double-folded ready-made bias binding, coordinating thread, 1 sew-on snap or 1" of 3/4"-wide Velcro®, masking or painter’s tape, tissue paper.
Fabric Amount Required Fabric A (Bib Front) 17" x 13" Fabric B (Bib Back) 17" x 13" Fabric C (Bib Pocket) 12" x 8"
Dimensions Messy Kid Bib 9 1/4" (from front neck) x 10 1/2"
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