Tutorial: Bias Tie Baby Bib by Guest Blogger Littlest Pretty Things
it! We’re going to make a sweet little bib with a bias tape tie closure.
Instead of lining the bib we’re going to make it wipeable by using iron-on
vinyl coating – let’s get started.
fabric (fat quarter is more than enough)
(about 2 yards – you can get 2 bibs-worth from a fat quarter)
really well – follow the instructions from the iron-on vinyl and adhere to
your fabric. You can do this before cutting the bib if you find that to be
neckline first, outside second. Here’s how:
raw edge of the bias tape with the wrong side of the bib and pin in place.
bias tape to the bib using the fold line as a guide.
bias tape around the raw edge and top stitch it down close to the edge. Go
slow, especially around the curves.
Start section “2” by pinning the exact
center of the bias tape length to the bottom center of the bib.
About 10″ is a good length for the ties.
foxy bib is trimmed in ¼” double folded bias tape and the blue woodland
creature bib is trimmed in ½” double folded bias tape.
vinyl coating and line with a flannel or terry. You could create a pocket and
attach to the bottom to catch drips and spills. It makes a perfect gift for
moms-to-be – or make a bunch for your own messy little one!