Today I am sharing a tutorial for making these laminate baby bibs on the Thermoweb blog. After joining their design team, one of the first products that I knew I wanted to try was their iron on vinyl. I had only sewn on laminate a couple of times before and tried to get by with covering my presser foot with tape, using tissue paper, etc. but this time I did things right and bought a Teflon presser foot. Ah, what a dream! It was so much more fun to work with laminate this time around and yielded great results.
The fabrics I used were sponsored by Blend Fabrics. I just adore this collection by Sarah Watts called Timber and Leaf. It’s so sweet for babies but certainly not exclusive to babies. It could be used for so many projects. If you are looking for Timber and Leaf, many of my sponsors are carrying it (see my sidebar for links).
This bib was made with another Blend collection called, I bet you could guess…..Bugs! It’s designed by Jone Hallmark. I’d say it’s perfet for a little boy!
If you’d like to learn how to make these bibs, I have step by step instructions including pdf pattern pieces right here.