I Finally Made a Baby Bib!

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Back in June I put up a post that linked you to a pattern to make these adorable baby bibs . Well, I finally got one made up. YAY! I didn’t use a cloth napkin (like the pattern suggests), I just used some left over flannel that I had in my stash from when I made my little boy his rag quilt…

Tangent: I LOVE RAG QUILTS! I will have to post a picture of it with a little how to…because everyone and I do mean EVERYONE should make one!

Okay, so here is my bib:

Flannel Baby Bib

I also made a little matching ribbon toy to go with it. I just sewed two pieces of flannel together in an X and then sewed around the edge over little loops of ribbon. (My little guy is only 4 months old and he absolutely LOVES playing with his ribbon toy!) I also added ribbon to the bottom of the bib, and because I was inspired by Jess, I decided to do a little embroidery too. Hmm. Hopefully I will get better—though I think it turned out all right for free hand embroidery! After all I’m no artist!

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  1. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog to say ‘Hello’. I’m just so excited to discover your blog too! It’s going in my list of Inspiring Blogs today :) Your bib is cute as can be. I have a baby boy on the way and will add your project to my crafty to-do list.

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  2. I am planning on trying out my skills on some rag quilts in the near future. I have one that was made for my little boy (not by me) Just looking at how that one was made, I have deduced that I need fifty 8X8 squares- 10 of five different flannel patterns. I’ll need to sew 25 squares putting the flannel sqares back to back and then sew it all together. Does that sound right? Do you follow a different pattern? I saw a really cute one in the craft store the other day that had strips of flannel making up each sqare which was then pieced together as normal.. I got very excited to try that as well, but don’t know if I can figure it out without a parttern…. Sorry for such a long and probably confusing comment. In short, I am excited for your rag quilt post. ! <3

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