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Our DIY Pocket Bib is a really popular Prudent Baby tutorial, so I though it was time to share another kind of bib pattern. This one is reversible and has a cute little tie instead of velcro, which is nice because velcro irritates some babies and also because the baby won’;t outgrow it as quickly. I also think the ties are kind of sweet. Also, you could just size this up a bit and have a cute apron!Get the full Free Baby Bib Pattern after the jump!Free Baby Bib Pattern

1. Washpersonalized photo gifts for her, iron and cut your fabric. You’;ll need one piece of fabric 1 3/4″; wide by 30″; long (or you use a 30″; piece of 1″; bias tape instead), and a front and back piece. I made this bib in a trapezoid shape, but you can make it any shape you like, maybe with rounded corners. My front and back pieces are 8″; width along the top, 10″; width along the bottom, and 10″; in length. I used a flannel print and a fleece for extra coziness.

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2. If you use bias tape you can skip this step and move to step 3. You can run your piece of fabric through a bias tape maker and iron, or take your long piece of fabric and fold each edge in 1/4″; and iron. Fold it in half and iron again:

3. front and back bib pieces right sides facing along the bottom and both side edges:Sew in place along those three edges.Trim the corners and turn right side out, iron flat and top stitch around the edge with 1/4″; allowance.4. Fold the apron and the tie in half to find the center and mark with a pin. Take your tie piece and unfold it. it along the back top edge of your bib like so:Sew it in place along the ironed fold.Wrap it around the top of your bib:and pin to the front:Now sew all the way from one end of your tie, across the front of the bib to the other end. I added a 2nd line of stitches across the front of the bib.

5. Tie each end of your tie piece in a knot and trim the excess.Done!

Today I’m insanely excited and insanely terrified to tell you about something that I’ve been working on for most of the summer. My very first line of quilting cotton fabric! I actually came up with the idea for this line of fabric 2 years ago but then just sat and let the idea “simmer” for a while…Mostly trying to decide if I was brave enough to give fabric design a shot. ?I’m a thinker and I have to have a vision for the finished project before I can get started. Then last May after we got home from the Kentucky Oaks, the ideas just started to flow out of me, and Derby Style Fabric was born.

Welcome back! Let’s get this thing looking more quilt-like.

Okay, I can’t even tell you how excited I am that my kiddos decided to do the same theme this year for Halloween costumes.? We have done the same theme many, many times (here are all the costumes HERE)….but the last two years, they’ve all kinda wanted to go in different directions with their costumes, and that’s totally okay.? But right after last year (when Connor and Oliver wore Star Wars Costumes and Ellie and Chloe wore Butterfly costumes), they started talking about how they missed all dressing up together.? They decided then and there that they wanted to do the same thing.? I think Ellie was kind of the ringleader of that discussion and the others chimed in and agreed with her! Ha!