Post by Taylor Urban of itstaylormade.com
The Bandit Bib. It might be the next big thing 🙂 I get bored with “regular” bibs so this is a little more exciting.
What you need:– 1 fat quarter for the front- 1 fat quarter for the back (I use flannel, jersey or terrycloth for the backs)- snap kit- TaylorMade Bandit Bib Pattern
Lets get started: Print a pattern for the Bandana Bib. Cut out a front and a back. I like to use an absorbent fabric for the backs of my bibs like terry cloth or flannel.
Put right sides together, pin and sew. Leave a small opening so you can flip it.
Don’t forget to clip the corners and the round tip.
Press and top stitch around the bib.
Time for snaps (which I love). If you have never used them, they are very simple and your kit will come with instructions on the back. Each snap has two parts and the fun part is hammering them together 🙂
Most importantly, make sure your snaps are facing opposite directions so you can snap them together correctly. The first time I did a snap, I made this mistake.
Admire your new and more exciting Bandit Bib. And make a few.
Look at my cute little Bandit 🙂
Post by Taylor Urban of www.itstaylormade.com