#1 FREE Baby Bandana Bib Pattern

Free Baby Bandana Bib Pattern

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Free Bandana Bib Pattern

The free Baby Bandana Bib pattern is so quick and easy that you’ll have a stack sewn up in no time! If your babies are anything like mine – they go through bibs quickly and may need several replacements a day. Sometimes it’s nice to have a more intense bib – like the Ultimate Baby Bib. Other times, it’s nice to just get the baby in something quick and easy like the bandana bib. A babies gotta have some options after all 🙂

bandana druel bib

Still need a Halloween costume for your little one? Sew one of these bandana bibs’s up, grab a cowboy hat, and you’re set to have a little cowboy!

bandana druel bib

I added a pearl snapper in back to complete our western look but any snap or velcro will work just fine to complete your western look!

bandana bib

Let’s sew a drool bib!

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For each bib you’ll need 1/4 yard fabric in 2 prints (they’re reversible) and a snap or some velcro. If you want your print on the diagonal you’ll need a 1/3 yard. I used flannel for both layers but any soft absorbent material is a good choice. For great fabric choices, check out KnitFabric.com.

Bandana Bib Pattern Step 1: With right sides together sew your 2 pieces together leaving a 2-3″ gap along one straight edge for turning. Trim your seam allowance at each corner.

bandana bib pattern

Bandana Bib Pattern Step 2: Turn right side out and press flat. Tuck in your raw edges and topstitch around all edges. bandana bib pattern

Bandana Bib Pattern Step 3: Add a snap and you’re done!bandana bib pattern

I hope you enjoyed our Free Baby Bandana Bib Pattern. You can get this and over 25 other free patterns at Peek-a-Boo Pattern Shop.

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3 Responses

  1. Hi Amy! When making these which kind of fabrics would you reccomend to ensure that they are drool effective ive used cotton and i’m wondering what i should use for the back side or should i line it with flannel?

    1. I think the most effective would be flannel with a PUL backing. I just did flannel on both sides and that’s been working pretty well

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