How cute are these bandana bibs?
First, print out the pattern. It is a PDF, and you need to print at 100% scale to get a bib that measures approximately 14″ in neck circumference. I find that this is the best “average” fit for a variety of ages. If you want to make it bigger or smaller, simply scale the image up or down when you print. Click below to open the PDF:
As for fabric choice, you have tons of different options. If you have a heavy drooler, use a very absorbent front piece (such as terry) and a PUL backing. If you want to use a cute back piece still, you can just have PUL as an inner layer. I find that the bandana lays the best if you use a lightweight fabric, such as quilting cotton, but pretty much everything works! You need just a fat quarter size of fabric for…
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