Your Babies and toddlers can make a lot of mess during mealtime. They cannot always look cute and adorable all of the time. With their hands getting messy and spilling lots of food, there can be a lot of cleaning up needed after mealtime. However, luckily a baby bib was created quite a long time ago now. A good bib will keep your kid’s clothing a little cleaner, away from all those accidentally spilled foods!
So here is the Monster Bib from the designer Stubbornly Crafty, which is a great kid’s sewing pattern that is FREE! Doesn’t it look great? And besides being really practical it’s a fun thing to have around at photo time.
The Monster Bib sewing pattern comes in two sizes. There is an infant size that is perfect for your 6 to 18-month old baby and the full coverage bib is great for your 12-month baby to 2T (or bigger) toddler.
The designer used vinyl for the eyes and mouth. When using vinyl, she just traces her pieces straight onto the back of the vinyl (no Wonder Under) and then use a little Spray n’ Bond to hold the pieces in place before sewing around the perimeter. She also prefers to use SF101 interfacing on the backs of the main bib cotton woven pieces and Minky dot for the backing.
Also, do not iron directly on vinyl! Use a barrier cloth and low heat. Do not iron directly on Minky, either. Just iron around the perimeter of the front of the bib after turning it to flatten it out before topstitching. Make sure to use a barrier cloth if you’ve used vinyl or felt (both will melt).
So if you would like to download the Monster Bib FREE sewing pattern, by Stubbornly Crafty, then just click on the red button below.
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