This is my very first sewing tutorial on the blog!
From one beginner to another, I hope you find it useful and shows you that it really is a project that can be mastered by a complete novice.
A baby bib was the very first project I ever tried to sew after purchasing my sewing machine a little over a year ago.
I’ve been meaning to blog about this for some time now and thought I’d finally do so after recently sewing one of these bibs for my daughter’s teacher whose wife gave birth to their second baby a couple of weeks ago. My daughter really wanted to give her teacher something to say congratulations, so she picked out some material from my stash and away we went.
Since sewing my first baby bib, I have made a few adjustments along the way, but feel that I now have my own ‘go to’ sewing pattern that I really like and can easily whip up when needed.
This bib is more suitable for a toddler, however it can easily be adapted to make any sized bib you like by making it shorter or adding another snap fastener to make the neckline smaller.