Tutorial: Hand towel bib smockAutie from iCandy Handmade shows how to make a hand towel bib smock.  It’s a baby bib that has the absorbency of a towel and the fit of a smock.  It has armholes that help it stay put and also provide extra coverage.  It’s open in the back, with a simple Velcro tab closure so it’s easy on, easy off.  A hand towel will make a bib smock big enough to fit a toddler.  You could make a smaller one to fit a younger baby by cutting the towel smaller before sewing it up into a smock.  Go to iCandy Handmade to get the tute.

[photo from iCandy Handmade]

By Anne Weaver




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  1. Rob O'Neill on June 3, 2014 12:08 am

    This hand towel bib is cute. I love its color and the simplicity of its style. It’s so good to know that this kind of bib has armholes, it’s for the assurance that toddlers can’t take it off easily, right? Well, I must say that you did a very great job and you have come up with a very nice idea.

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