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Thread: adult bib - shirt-saver/protector

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    Simplicity 2687. Hobby Lobby have their patterns on sale this week for ninety-nine cents.

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    I like Gramma deb's idea of wts attached to the ends. I will have to play with this. Thanks!!
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    These are the ones I made using a hand towel and attaching a yoke. I enlarged a pattern for children that I really liked. I make them for a morning program for the elderly where they serve lunch. They don't call them bibs, they call them clothing protectors.

    Here's the website for the children's bib, I enlarged it on a copy machine.

    http://www.parkerpiecekeepers.com/fr...m-members.html
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    I need one for every meal of the day! I'll be checking out the free patterns!

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