Must. Stop. Sewing. Bibs.


Seriously! These might be the most addicting things to sew ever! They are so quick and look so cute! Remember my first one? Believe it or not, M has almost outgrown the neck. A lot of her other bibs are getting small, too. I took my favorite bib, which was the template for the first one I made, and adjusted the pattern for a 18-24 month neck.


I can’t decide which one is my favorite. I love the little aprons and the salt and pepper shakers.

I really have to stop. How many bibs does one little girl need? We only use them for messy foods these days, like spaghetti and split pea soup. But these are great fabric stash busters: fleece was from the remnant basket at Joann’s and the fabric and snaps were from Michaels (thank you 40% off coupons!). Oh, did I mention the snaps?



3 Responses to bibs for bella

  1. Sarah M says:

    WHY do you need to stop??! They are SUPER cute–and awesome for new moms or baby showers! I love the salt n pepper shaker one! I have never attached snaps before… you made it sound so easy!

  2. mom says:

    How adorable! I love the prints. So different!
    Looks like some of these might find their way into the ETSY shop. You think?

  3. Julie Litz says:

    How can I get a pattern for those bibs?
    So Cute