Bibs may be necessary for babies in their constantly drooling stage, but that shouldn't mean that they have sacrifice style. One of my favorite wear all day bibs is the washcloth bib. They are inexpensive, quick, and easy to make.
- One washcloth - this will make two bibs
- A piece of bias tape about a foot long
- About an inch of velcro
- Thread - I like it to match the bias tape
- General sewing supplies
Step 1 cut the washcloth in half diagonally
Step 2 fold washcloth in half so the finished edges are touching
Step 3 cut a slight curve - this helps improve the fit of the bib
Step 5 pin the bias tape to the cut edge of the washcloth - taking care to fold under the bias tape at the beginning and end so there aren't any raw edges - if you have a preferred method of attaching bias tape use your preferred method.
Step 6 attach the bias tape - I use a wide zig zag stitch so I'm sure to catch the front and back at the same time
Step 7 Attach velcro - I sew around the square of velcro and then sew an x to make sure it is really secure. Notice the placement of the velcro on square on the left top one on the right back