Hello friends! As part of the #minicharmpackchallenge over on Instagram, I designed a baby bib pattern.
So simple, you’re going to want to make about a billion of them,
and give a few to each new baby you meet.
and a great excuse to buy those ridiculously adorable mini charm packs.
(Not that we need an reason though, amIright?)
Basically, it goes down like this:
Stitch rows together. Press seams to one side.Lay patchwork on top of a microfiber or terry washcloth. (I got a pack of 8 at my local grocery store for under $5) Only, center it on the washcloth…I just put mine like this so you could see both parts.
Place bias tape along neck edge. you can pin in place, or use a glue stick. Stitch down, making sure you catch the edge on the backside. For this reason, I chose to use a decorative stitch, it’s a little wider. Trim bias tape at the edge of the bib.
Place (pin or glue stick) bias tape along the remaining raw edge of the bib, leaving an equal amount of “tie” on each side. You can either fold the end edge under, or tie a knot in each side, an inch or so from the end. :)
Literally, you could make 3 or 4 of these in an hour, and only use 2 mini charm packs and a few washcloths!
Perfect last minute baby gift.
PS Want more Mini Charm projects? Check out the other ladies on this fun challenge!
Sept. 14 – Jennie (cloverandviolet.com/blog)
Sept. 15 – Lisa (L1sapeterson.blogspot.com)
Sept. 16 – Sarah (goer.org/sarah)
Sept. 17 – April (aprilrosenthal.com)
Sept. 18 – Nina (ninawithfreckles.wordpress.
Sept. 19 – Konda (moosequilts.com)
Sept. 20 – Mary (seemaryquilt.com)
Sept. 21 – Kylie (sewkylie.com)