Bubble Bib Tutorial

Over the past few months my mom has given me many different things, mostly clothes, that used to be mine to pass on to my sweet girl. One of the things that she gave me was a tie back, cross stitched bib. I liked the shape and the old fashioned tie back so I decided to do a bib remix. The round shape makes me think of bubbles and that’s why I named it the bubble bib.

Supplies You’ll Need

pul fabric (I used Babyville–Cupcakes)

1/2″ double fold bias tape

sewing stuff

Download the pattern and cut it out. Pin it to your pul fabric and cut out one bubble bib piece. 

Pin your coordinating bias tape around the outside edge and trim the excess bias tape.

Sew with a 1/8” seam allowance.

Cut one 30” piece of bias tape. This length seemed to work well for my 7 month old. Find the center of your bias tape by folding in half. Line this up with the center of the neckline and then pin in place. (Sorry no picture)

Sew with a 1/8” seam allowance starting from one end of the bias tape to the other.

Knot the ends of your bias tape.

Enjoy your bubble bib!

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2 Comments on “Bubble Bib Tutorial”

  1. melinda says:

    your baby is so cute! can I ask how old she is in this picture? I’m want to make bibs for baby gifts so I’m curious about the scale. thanks!

    • Tiffany says:

      She was about 7 months old in this picture but small for her age. This bib would fit a child much smaller and one much larger, though, because of the adjustable ties. I don’t think it would be ideal for newborns because new babies are so tiny. If you wanted to scale it down, you could use a newborn bib that you already own as a comparison and simply print the bib pattern at a smaller percentage that would be closer to the newborn size. Hope this helps 🙂


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