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    Baby drool bibs. Our youth minister & his wife's baby is really beginning to teeth & drool. So I was wanting to make some of these bibs. I search for a free pattern but wasn't able to locate anything. Can anyone help me out?thanks :D

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    I will check around, I think I ran across one lately. When my kids were little I used a hand towel, cut a hole in the upper 1/3 of the towel and added a stretch ribbed knit so the towel could slip over the babies heads. I don't know if they still have the ribbed knit. Used to make jogging suits for the kids. I will look for other patterns.

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    I googled droll bibs, pattern and there are several web sites. One is for a free pattern with some cute embrodery motifs. I was thinking aout making some of these for the great grand babies.

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    Sign up is free.
    http://www.instructables.com/id/Baby-Drool-Bib-with-Gore-tex-liner-by-PurpleHug/?ALLSTEPS

    http://chickpeastudio.typepad.com/chickpea_sewing_studio/files/bib_pattern_final.pdf

    http://www.poopockets.com/free/bibs/bibs.htm




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    Sondray, thanks I that will be a big help. :-)

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    I don't use a pattern, I just eye-ball it. I like to use extra backing, or scraps from the front, and make matching burp cloths to match the quilts.

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    I had an elderly neighbor many years ago who made me some for my daughters out of was cloths. She just cut a curve on one side and then used binding for the edge and ties. These were absorbent and could be changed several times a day. :D

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