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Beginner Sewing Project: Dish Towel or Washcloth Baby Bib
Very little sewing experience is all you'll need to make this beautiful baby bib.
Fold the dish towel to where the wrong sides are together and the short ends are together. Lay the towel so that the fold is facing away from you and the open area is towards you. Measure the center of the towel and draw a line to mark the middle. Draw the line from the edge of the towel to about two-thirds up. Select an item from around the house to use as a pattern for the neckline.
Choose a mug, small bowl or other round object for the neck opening pattern. Set the glass or other object on the towel, with one edge of the glass up against the fold, directly in the center. Draw around the glass. When you've cut the circle - and you've cut up the straight line in the center, you should have a lollipop shape on the front of the folded hand towel.
Although you don't necessarily have to measure the child's neck to see how large of a hole you should cut use something that's slightly larger around than the baby's neck. You'll need a larger neck opening for an older child than a baby, of course. After cutting the lollipop shape the basic bib design is finished.
Now you'll want to use something to cover the raw edges of the bib where you've cut the lollipop shape. Satin ribbon or double-fold bias tape work great. Start at the bottom edge of the front. Fold the tape or ribbon over the edge. If the towel you've used has the frayed edges start just above the frayed area. Stitch up one side of the split, around the neckline, and down the opposite side. Make sure as you sew that the stitching catches the top and bottom parts of the edging.
There are several different ways to close the bib. Tack a long ribbon on each side of the neck opening so that you can tie it shut. Or, stitch snaps on all the way down. Combine the two by sewing a snap onto the top front then sewing a satin bow over the top of the snap.
The finished bib is very soft, costs little to make, and is very easy to sew. Make them for your own child or for baby showers and friends. The bibs are so beautiful you'll want the baby to wear them all the time. That's actually a good ideal. Bibs can protect the clothing of dining children as well as teething kids who tend to slobber.
Make something similar for older kids who are eating messy foods. Use a bath towel instead of a hand towel but follow the same instructions for creating the bib. Older kids' bibs don't necessarily need the cut up the center front. Just cut a hole large enough for the head and pull the bib over the head to put on or remove. If you're advanced enough in sewing you can add elastic around the neckline.
There are lots of different embellishments you can add to create the perfect look for the baby bib you made. Choose a baby-theme applique from a craft or sewing store. Or, cut an image from a piece of cloth, like a baby lamb, and stitch it on. If you don't feel confident enough yet to sew on the embellishments use fabric glue to attach them. You can then use fabric paint to outline fabric images and keep the edges secure.
The fabric paints can be used in a different way to decorate the bibs, too. Just dispense them directly from the bottles to write the baby's name, draw shapes or make a different design. The paints can be found at any craft store. They're available in pastels, metallic colors and even pearl-look.
Don't have an extra hand towel lying around? Make a washcloth bib! Fold the washcloth in half and cut out a half-circle for the neckline. Sew edging around the neck and leave enough hanging off of each side to tie in the back. Whether you make the hand towel bib, or the washcloth bib, you'll love it so much you'll want to make more and more!