Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Catch That Dribble Baby Bib Baby Shower Gift Idea

I'm usually thinking about sewing a baby shower gift at the last possible minute.
Thank goodness for the internet and all the downloadable patterns and gift ideas!
I'm over at the ThermOWeb blog today sharing my "Catch That Dribble" baby bib.

Catch That Dribble


I found an easy burp cloth to go with the bib.

It can be downloaded at Perfect Baby Burp Cloth by SoSew Easy




Instead of printing to paper, I print my favorite patterns on Stitch n Sew EZ Quilt Block Sheets
so I can use them over and over again. The sheets are transparent, 100% polyester, machine
washable, and printable on inkjet printers. Just load an Stitch n Sew EZ Quilt Block Sheet
into your printer, press “print”, and it’s ready to use. So easy! 


You’re going to love using Stitch n Sew EZ Quilt Block Sheets for printing your patterns.
They’re amazing for paper piecing, too! For bigger projects, tracing your patterns on
ThermOWeb Stitch n Sew Pattern Material is the way to go. It comes by the yard
and measures 58½” wide…perfect for clothes patterns!

You can find the PDF pattern for Catch That Dribble! in Just Let Me Quilt’s Craftsy store HERE.


Thanks for stopping by!

6 comments:

Createology said...

Super Cute Dribble Bibs and burp cloth. I might have to enlarge the pattern to adult size! LOL. Also what a cute hanger you have for display. Off to check out Therm-O-Web...<3

Needled Mom said...

That is so cute. I may have to make a few with a new grandbaby arriving any day now.

Lesley said...

This was a great post to read, especially as I am making my 4th burp cloth today, and ready to start 4 bibs and handkerchiefs! Love those patterns and what a great idea to print the pattern on those sheets. Thank you for the tips!

Sewgirl said...

What a great idea! Thanks for sharing the links.

krislovesfabric said...

Very cute, always good to have a cute easy pattern to use for last minute gifts!

Mary Ann said...

Really cute bib and burb cloth. Love that it is not standard "baby" fabric. Nothing against baby prints but sometimes something different is nice. Thanks for sharing.