Life gets messy sometimes…with this cute little washable flannel bib, it’s ok.
It’s no secret that I love plaid, especially red plaid.
And…since I had red flannel left over from a pillow project, I decided to make my sweet
grandson a cute little bib. It never hurts to have a extra bib or two for those times when
he needs to get messy.
This is how I made my “Get Messy” flannel bib…
- I made a pattern for my flannel bib by folding an old bib in half and laying it “fold to fold” on a folded piece of cardstock.
- I wanted the new bib to be a little bigger than the original bib, so, I sketched it with pencil marks to extend the pattern.
- Cut out the pattern and trace two bibs onto the flannel using a black permanent marker. Cut out bibs from the flannel.
- Sew bibs together leaving space on one end to turn bib inside out. Iron bib to make it lay flat.
- Sew a top seam around bib and to close the open end.
- Personalize the bib using Iron-on Embroidered letters from Joy SA.
- Attach Velcro on each end to close bib.
My “Get Messy” bib was created for and sponsored by Joy SA.
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