How to Sew a Baby Bandana Bib- a fast & easy project that’s perfect for beginners!
These DIY Bandana Bibs (or “Bibdanas) are a stylish alternative to traditional bibs. Not only are they super cute, they’re also great for teething babies. These bandana bibs are a breeze to make! I’ve made at least a dozen so far! They make a fun gift and they’re a great way to make use of scrap fabric.
Cotton (I used woven cotton for the front and plaid cotton flannel for the back*)
*It’s best to use flannel for the back- woven cotton on both sides isn’t absorbent enough
Sew on snaps
How to Sew a Baby Bandana Bib
Print out the .PDF pattern by clicking this link.
Set the size to 9 inches wide and 8.5 inches tall before printing
Using the pattern piece, cut out 2 bibs. One in the cotton and one in the flannel.
Place the right sides together
Sew around the entire bib, leaving a 1 1/2 inch opening at the top so you can turn the bib right side out.
Turn bib right side out and iron all around the edges.