Hi there, it is baby season in my family with two new baby girls being born named Charli and Everly, so to celebrate I have come up with a cute vintage-inspired baby bib to sew.
These baby bibs are right on trend with all the hip mammas and although they are lovely with the lace for baby girls, they are just as lovely left plain for baby boys too.
My Vintage Baby Bib is designed to mix and match, add lace down the center, and/or down the bottom, or leave plain, it’s entirely up to you.
Making them without the lace makes for a really quick and easy bib, it honestly took me 10 minutes to make!
This tutorial is free and everything you need to know to make a Vintage Baby Bib is listed here, including the link to my free YouTube tutorial.
A PDF pattern with full printable instructions is available to purchase on my Etsy Store at a nominal fee. My pattern features two vintage-inspired baby bibs, the Charli Bib featured in this free tutorial and Everly Bib pictured above, with the option of two sizes, small and medium.
(1) 9″ x 10″ for Top fabric
(1) 9″ x 10″ for Lining fabric
(2) 13″ Twill or similar
LACE – OPTIONAL
(1) 7″ Lace center
(1) 10″ Lace bottom edge
Click here for your copy of the free pattern to make the Charli Bib in size small.
Please watch my video for full instructions on how to make a Vintage Baby Bib:
Please leave a comment and let me know how you plan to use your Reversible Fabric Box.