Babies don’t need any help in the cute department, but a little extra cuteness (in the form of DIY bibs) couldn’t hurt, right? Grab Simplicity 2468 and some fun fabrics (we’ve got tons of baby-ready options) to take your little one’s cute factor up a notch—if that’s even possible.
Cut two pieces of fabric and one piece of fusible web, following Simplicity 2468. Sew a 15” length of ribbon to each shoulder. Iron the fusible web to the wrong side of one piece of fabric.
Place pieces right sides together.
Sew around bib, leaving a ¼” seam allowance and a 1 ½” opening for turning. Trim the corners, and make small cuts around the curved edges (this helps them lay flat). Turn the bib inside out, press, and hand sew the opening closed.