This weekend I made a bandana bib for my son. He is quite a drooler and would probably drool for a while. As he is too old to wear regular bibs all the time, bandana bib does the job and it looks more like a stylish scarf. So, instead of buying anymore bandana bibs, I decided to make few on my own. I got some fabric in nice boys prints, one of them being the dinosaur one, ofcourse.
Stuff you would need:
- Fabric for the front of bib. I chose flannel as it absorbs very good
- Fabric for lining, preferably, waterproof cloth. The fabric for lining the cloth diapers should also work.
- Thread for sewing
- Sewing machine
- Measuring tape
Step 1: Cut a triangle(13*13*17) from the flannel and lining fabric, both of same size.
Step 2: Place both the triangles with wrong sides together and fold around 1/2 inch of both the fabrics together on the back side and sew it on all 3 sides.
Step 3: Attach velcro : With the front facing you, add 3 small squares of rough side of velcro on the right side of the bandana.
Step 4: With the back side of bib facing you, add a strip of fuzzy side of velcro on the right side.
Step 5: Bandana bib is ready for your little one.