Cowboy, Baby (Easy Bib Tutorial)

For as long as I can remember, my mom has been making these cute cowboy bibs. I was delighted when she gifted Tate a set of these while we were home for Christmas, and with her permission, I am sharing the super easy tutorial.

Click through to learn how to make one!

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Supplies 1 of 9
    Supplies
    Start with one standard 21" bandana (I like to use red) and 4 standard washcloths

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  • Cut Diagonally 2 of 9
    Cut Diagonally
    Lay the bandana out. Cut it in half diagonally, from corner to corner.
  • Cut Again 3 of 9
    Cut Again
    Cut each half in half.
  • Four Pieces 4 of 9
    Four Pieces
    You will then have four sections of bandana
  • Hem Edges 5 of 9
    Hem Edges
    Hem the raw edges. If you have a hemmer foot, it works great for this!
  • Sew Together 6 of 9
    Sew Together
    Pin the bandana section to the washcloth. Sew the bandana and washcloth together along the dotted lines indicated.
  • Finished Product 7 of 9
    Finished Product
    You now have a finished cowboy bib. Repeat the steps with the remaining bandana sections and washcloths to have 4 finished bibs.
  • Tie In Back 8 of 9
    Tie In Back
    Simply tie the bandana corners together to secure to your little one.
  • Feed Your Cute Cowboy 9 of 9
    Feed Your Cute Cowboy
    Now you are ready to get to the good stuff: food!

I love these bibs not only because they are cute simple to make, but also because they really do the job. They thoroughly protect your baby’s clothes and wash like a dream. They also have the added bonus of being made of a washcloth for quick face wipe downs after a messy meal.

A big thanks to my mom, Margaret Petersen, for the tutorial.

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