(warning: she does not sell them),
who got the pattern from a friend,
who got the pattern from,
The owls are tooth pillows
(okay, I used a Sharpie but it’s all I could find),
leaving a 1/4-inch space between the bib and outline.
or just use a garage sale find for your pattern.
I used cotton to line the back
I ironed the bib and straight stitched another 1/4-inch around.
I cut a 1/2-inch x 1-inch rectangle of denim and
straight stitched it at the bottom right.
The imperfectly stitched lines are intentional
Then, using some white fabric paint, I painted on the name.
but I was workin’ with what I had.
Lastly, I added a snap
The bib didn’t cost me a dime because
Folding the edges of the denim under (1/4-inch),
So…using scraps of fabric and a small, blank card left over
That very thought inspired a future linen/denim table runner,
His worn and tattered jeans are such a reflection of
I can’t think of a better way to preserve reflections of my little boy than to see them strewn the length of my kitchen table.
This post (and other creative ideas) can be found at:
Nifty Thrifty Tuesdays at Coastal Charm
Sew & Tell
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