Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Everyday sewing: Bibs

Not a whole lot to say today.  My boy has a big neck and store-bought bibs are hard to get around those juicy jowls of his.  So, mama to the rescue (or sewing machine that is)!   Cotton animal prints on one side, chenille on the other.  I just traced a big bib I had already on hand.  Easy peasy.  It feels good to do some everyday sewing. 


  1. Just doing everyday sewing is an accomplishment lost to most of society today. It made me happy to read your story:) Thanks for sharing.

  2. Oh chenille on the other side! I made my 2-year-old bibs from the fancy organic Michael Miller (?) terry that everyone went nutso over a couple years ago, and then they stopped making it and you can't buy it anywhere. I'm not happy with the quality of the terry from Joanns--it feels rough! Not good for a baby! But chenille is probably very soft and good.


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