basic cotton on one side and premium cotton on the other side. The cotton of both make them comfortable and absorbent, but the premium cotton takes it up a notch.
SUPPLIESSnap Tape Bib Pattern (FREE!)
2 fat quarters of cotton fabric or fabric with good absorbency - cat fabric, black gingham*, "baby" fabric (If you don't want white "baby" fabric there's also "baby" fabric on yellow, pink, blue, green, and gray.)
INSTRUCTIONS1. Cut out your fabric using the free pattern. Have fun mixing and matching prints to make lots of fun, reversible bibs.
2. Cut your snap tape about 2 3/8" long with the snaps in the middle. You have to work around the snaps a little depending on the spacing.
3. Separate the snap tape.
4. Fold the snap tap in half lengthwise so that the raw edges match up. Pin the raw edges to the top corners of the bib with the fabric facing up.
5. Place the other side of the bib with right sides down. (I pulled the snap tape out so you could see it in the picture.)
4. Sew all around the bib with a straight stitch at 3/8" seam allowance. Leave a 2' gap.
5. Trim the corners.
6. Turn the bib right side out and poke out the corners. Iron the bib so that the seams are flat.
7. Topstitch 1/8" from the edge all around the bib which will close the hole.
Look how cute these are! I will never get over the cuteness of a baby wearing one of these triangle bibs. They look so grown up, but they are so tiny! I love mixing and matching fabrics for reversible and fun looks!