Sunday, November 8, 2015

Handmade for the Holidays: Baby Bibs

Handmade for the Holidays

Here is a project for all of those with brand new children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews, or loved ones.
Our Baby Bibs pattern is such a fun project. It's always so fun to take these to shows! People will walk down the aisle and once they catch their eye, they "Oooh" and "Ahhh" over the uniqueness and downright cuteness of these bibs. Baby Bibs make for a jaw-dropping gift. 


Make mealtime fun and cleanup simple with these easy-to-make bibs accented with fabric texturized using Superior Threads' Texture Magic™.
The Toddler Bibs (about 9" wide and 11" long when worn) feature quilted fabric and an extended shoulder piece.
Texturized animals (a lamb or a chick) are easily appliquéd in place using fusible thread. The pattern includes complete instructions for appliqué using fusible thread.
The Itty Bitty Bibs (about 7" x 7") can be made in two versions: a cute ladybug bib with texturized wings or a simple bib with a texturized inserted strip.
Each bib uses just a small piece of Texture Magic™. So, you can make several bibs out of one half-yard package of Texture Magic™.
Or, if you prefer, you may skip the texturizing step and make any bib with plain fabrics.
NOTE: Ultrasuede is wonderful for making the beak and legs on the appliquéd animals.
Many of you have expressed the desire for more visuals, so we also have a few videos that give you an insight on how to use many techniques covered in this pattern. 



5 comments:

  1. Nice method on those pivot points using the blanket stitch. I'd never thought of lowering the feed dogs for a few stitches!

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    1. Thank you! I thought it was pretty clever myself.

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  2. Thanks for the video Annie. You are such a beautiful stitcher. I always learn something new when I watch your videos.

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    1. Thank you! Thanks for joining us and inspiring us to make more!

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  3. Thanks for the video Annie. You are such a beautiful stitcher. I always learn something new when I watch your videos.

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