A baby bib is a garment worn hanging from the neck on the chest to protect clothing from accidentally spilled food. If you have a baby, you definitely need some bibs – there just can’t be enough of them! We’ve prepared some DIYs to make them, take a look!
This baby bib was designed to be simple and minimalistic. It’s perfect to have at hand for every occasion and it is available in three sizes, from newborns to 4 years. Sew tons of cute baby bibs using this easy tutorial and free bib pattern. Grab the free bib pattern, follow the tutorial below and sew a bunch of them for all your babies!
Ever noticed how fast babies grow? In the beginning it’s especially fast and those cute little outfits get outgrown quickly. Why not upcycle baby clothes into something new like bibs for that growing, drooling baby? Don’t throw out those stained baby outfits! They already have a perfect neck hole and snap closure. The backside will be turned into the front of the bib and that snap closure will turn around to the back of the neck.
These cool bandana baby bibs were made at the baby shower – instead of the cutesy baby shower games, the moms in attendance banded together to make cute and chic bib bandanas for a baby girl. This is a super simple project that results in a stylish and useful gift to take home. In my opinion, you can never have too many bibs! Everyone at the shower had a fantastic time making these bibs, including the mama-to-be. They make an adorable gift to take home and we can’t wait to see the baby wearing them!
Make these cute and contrasty bibs for your curious new eater. They are also great for younger droolers and the stark black and white contrast will keep the attention of any little baby. These bibs are super simple to make and chic enough for your modern baby bag! Snap your bib on and enjoy the paint splatters! These are extra great because food stains won’t show up as much!
Dip dyed elements are super popular – not only in décor but also in outfits! These colorful dip dyed bibs are amazing and they are non-toxic – your baby’s skin is protected. The author ended up finding this nontoxic dye that’s actually meant to be sprayed on, but it turns out that it works perfectly as a dip dye as well. Being deep in baby land, they made these pretty dip dyed bibs — but you could use this technique on just about anything! Napkins, shirts, tablecloths, backpacks, you name it. If you can dip it, it’s doable.
Cue the western music! The bandana style bibs have been on trend for a few years now and here’s one of them made of plaid fabric – so stylish and so cozy! This bandana bib is perfect for catching all that teething drool in style. As with all baby accessories please wear the bibs with care—use only on a child under supervision and never leave one on a sleeping baby.
This free baby bib pattern pdf is easy to make and versatile. Love this bib pattern – actually it’s two! One large bib, and one with a pocket to catch food – genius! Plus she has a video tutorial that explains it! Love this Sewing Project. Love this free baby bib pattern pdf You can make a cute and functional bib using a vinyl backed cotton, flannel and/ or terry cloth!