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Thread: Adult bib

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    Super Member cherrio's Avatar
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    I am making a doz to donate. Gail I know what you mean about the chili dogs! haha
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    I make a similar version for the VA...... but they require them to be WHITE terry cloth.... *sigh* i' not a white / plain person...altho I do like vanilla icecream!.... I try to happy them up with binding... I tried slipping in appliqué.. they preferred them plain.... drats

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    My mother is in a nursing home. They do not have bibs, they have "adult clothing protectors".

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    The care home by us uses terry cloth ones but they are pink or blue or green.

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    Thank you so much I have been looking for a pattern for one for my mom!

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    I make them for our local nursing home. I use dollar store dish towels and just put a binding on a half circle cut from one end They are simple, fun to make and very much appreciated

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    The nursing home where my father resided was very careful to call them 'clothing protectors' - I suspect to protect the dignity of the residents who wore a 'bib'.

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    mary mo...no hobby lobby here in Or. I will be heading to AZ soon and there is a H L in Lake Havasu.YES!! I will miss the sale BOO Hoo

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    I make bibs out of towels. I put straps that go around the neck and fasten with velcro or permanently attached. (Goes over the head)
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    Sewfine, I use two pieces of fabric and they are reversible.
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