Terry Baby Bibs and Towels

"Easy sewing project"

The bibs and towels above are the perfect match here. Here is a projecct that needs no pattern. All you need is some terry finger towels, odds and ends of sewing notions and lots of imagination.

Color nature with Copic markers!

These are some clever gifts you can make for the tiny tots in your life.  They are not only cute but washable and reusable. They include an extra bit of love that goes into a gift you make for baby. And there is an extra bit of pleasure for you also, because dressups for the wee ones are just plain fun for you to sew.

Whose eyes have the most sparkle? The Baby's when he wears a jolly Christmas bib? Maybe his loving parents' when they admire his new attire?

Or maybe yours while you're making the gift? Whichever the case, these thrifty holiday presents for the nursery set are sure to delight the whole family.

Just follow the easy directions below.

Candy canes are interlocked strips rickrack.

Clown has foam rubber powder puff face, button and rickrack trim, eyelet ruffle collar.

Daisy if foam rubber puff with eyelet ruffle “petals” bias tape stem and rickrack leaves

Trees are made from felt that is cut into tree shapes. Sewn on the rickrack onto the trees, red ball fringe trim. Sew to bib.

Dolls have heads made of felt cut to shape circles, use bias tape for the arms and legs and use skirt facing dresses.

Bib directions:

Materials needed:

Terry finger towels



bias tape

Powder puff

odds and ends of notions

Fold end of terry fingertip towel over 4". Cut neckline curve 4%" wide and 1" deep at center. Bind edge, leaving 14" ties on each side. Sew on bands of rickrack. Designer: Barbara Thomas.

Bibs and Towels to Baby Clothes Patterns

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