Tutorial: Baby bandana dribble bibsTricia at Made By Me & Shared With You shares a free pattern for this baby bandana dribble bib.  They’re made from two layers of fabric.  She suggests a flannel for the top (especially cute when done out of a bandana print flannel), and a flannel, fleece, or terry cloth for the bottom.  For a closure, she uses a buttonhole at one end of the bandana.  There is no button; the other end of the bandana slides through the buttonhole and fits snugly enough to hold it in place.  Go to her blog for the pattern and a tutorial showing how to make them.

[photo from Made By Me & Shared With You]

By Anne Weaver




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  1. Maria Kitto on February 8, 2014 2:33 pm

    Love your bibs but can’t seem to download the pattern. Link to pattern just brings up a blank page. Any idea what I am doing wrong? Thank you

  2. Bean and Me on May 11, 2014 8:20 pm

    Thank you for the link to this pattern. They look like the perfect bib for the winter. So warm and soft.

  3. Rob O'Neill on June 3, 2014 12:18 am

    I love this type of bandana bibs and yes, it looks so warm and soft. The idea of putting a buttonhole for closure is quite nice because babies can pull it off easily, it’s better to put snaps or buttons but not the Velcro one. In that way, you will be sure that the dearest little one can’t just take and throw it anywhere.

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