Towel scraps to Baby Bibs.

I have been making so many Hooded baby towels that I had quite a bit of towel fabric left over that needed to be used.  So I thought I'd sew up some of my favorite style of bibs to give as gifts. 

I love the neck on these bibs and the full shoulder/tummy coverage.   They are tricky for little hands to pull off.  

I was able to use up some cute animal panels I had been saving for years with the intention using for this very purpose.   Some of these will to go to babies already born and some I will save for gifts on hand.  

This week I have been starting to sew purses for the farmer's market/craft fair season that is coming soon.  I'll show you some of the things I've been making soon. 

Edited: I have a tutorial for these pullover towel bibs if you want to make some too! I've also make them out of cotton fabric backed with minky cloth with the same easy pull on style. 

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Happy Sewing!


  1. That's a great bib style!! Great job. I love when I finally use a piece of fabric that I've been hanging on to forever. That's almost the best part of a project sometimes!

  2. What is the brown strechy fabric you used for the neck called? Will you tell me Where did you get it?

    1. Hi Tomi, the neckline fabric is called ribbing. You can find it at joann or online.

  3. Can you tell me what the brown fabric you used in the neckline called & where can I get it?