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Ruffled Diaper Cover Pattern

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Pattern is in inches. Illustrated Size nb-4 years Beginners!


Pattern measurements: only inches
Pattern paper format: only US letter

Description

Sew a baby bib with this bib sewing pattern This Baby Bib Sewing Pattern Includes: Printable pattern pieces for 5 styles of bibs The Drool Bib 0-6 months (for when your baby is in the drooling phase) The Cereal Bib 4-8 months (for when your baby is starting baby food) The Shoulder Snap Bib 4-8 months (similar to the cereal bib, but snap is on the shoulder) The Dinner Bib 5 months - 4 years (for when your child is eating solid foods) The Spaghetti Bib 4 months - 4 years (A large bib with a snapping pocket for messy meals) Patterns and Tutorial to make the bibs easily Regular sewing machine directions Fabric suggestions & supply list Snap instructions Budget friendly ideas to help you save $$ on supplies Helpful sewing hints & tips throughout the tutorial Step by step directions with real life images for each step 100% Support from a professional seamstress A 20 minute, Online Class video for this design. A bit more about this Bib Pattern:

This bib is made perfect with cotton quilting fabric My fabric suggestions... It uses snaps for the closure, but you could easily sub velcro or safety pins in a pinch Now included is an online class video here Use 8.5x11" paper to print. The pattern pieces are printed separately and attached together easily with tape. I have heard good reports of customers using A4 paper as well. There is a blog post where I have written more details about this pattern (including my fabric choices) here. I keep my personal Supply List Page updated with my favorite fabrics and places to purchase. Check it out before looking on your own!

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Materials you need at home:

Each bib uses scrap fabric or fat quarters

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