We’ve been loving sharing all of our baby projects with you and today, we’ve got a pair that are so simple to recreate! Every new parent needs a good stash of dribble bibs and dummy savers, and there’s nothing quite like having a homemade touch in the nursery.
These two step-by-steps don’t require too many materials and each is only four steps long, so they’re quick and simple. You could make a whole set for an expecting parent in co-ordinating colours and patterns!
You will need:
- Template download
- One fat quarter
- Colour corresponding cotton thread
- Pins or clips
- Absorbent low shrinkage wadding
- 4 x snap buttons
- Cut two pieces of fabric using the dribble bib pattern
- Cut one piece of wadding using the dribble bib pattern
Note: use a 0.5″ seam allowance unless otherwise stated. The pattern is drawn to be cut on the fold.
Pin both pieces of fabric right sides together with wadding on top and stitch around leaving a 3″ opening on one side.
Trim the edges close to the stitch line and cut notches around the curves.
Carefully turn through the gap and stitch the opening closed.
Add two snap buttons where indicated on the pattern using the instructions included with your snap button kit.
Fold each piece of fabric wrong sides facing along lines 1 and 2, then press.
Place the two pieces of fabric wrong sides facing, fold over and tuck in the two short edges by 0.5″. Stitch around all four sides.
Fold each short edge over by 1.5″, then another 2″ and press.
Add the snap buttons 1.5″ away from the second fold at each end.