Thursday, March 6, 2014

Oh Baby! DIY Bandana Bibs

Aren't these the cutest little bandana bibs?! Totally "drool-worthy".

I pinned the pattern from the Purl Bee, and was able to complete each within an hour. Check out my pictures below for more inspiration!

All you need are two 13x13 inch squares, pinned right side together.
A 1/2 inch seam is sewn around the square, except for about 3 inches of space. Cut off corners, then piece is turned right side out. Sew again with a 1/4 inch seam. Iron flat.

Fold over triangle and iron flat again, marking each side to sew 1 inch on each side to secure. Fold fabric one inch over and hand stitch center. This allows the bandana to lay comfortably.

Hand sew your snaps and voila!

I loved the way this turned out so much, I made some more with Ed Emberley's adorable fabric I purchased from my favorite fabric store, Hawthorne Threads.
I can't wait to see what these look like on some of my favorite little munchkins!

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