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Thread: Cowboy Bib

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    Due to overwhelming requests and the kindness and generosity of
    watterstide for putting together a pictorial tut -seen here -

    https://picasaweb.google.com/strut526/CowboyBib?feat=directlink]https://picasaweb.google.com/strut52...eat=directlink[/url]

    This is a re post, my original post of my pattern got inadvertently deleted. Thank you again watterstide for making this pictorial tut

    Isn't her little Ben model adorable?

    Here are the pattern and basic directions

    page 2 continued from first page- I quit writting by hand and computerized the rest of the directions.

    Depending on the width of your fabric you should get 2 bibs out of one bandanna and 1/4 yard of fabric
    Name:  Attachment-177293.jpe
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    That is too cute! We've got a couple of baby girls coming this summer. May change those colors to cowgirly. Thanks so much...love it!

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    Cute!

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    Thanks for reposting. I bought a bandana yesterday. Finally chose a dark blue one, but that red is really, really cute.

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    Thank you for this tute :D:D:D

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    thank you ...I will be making this for my son's godson.

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    Thanks.

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    thanks so much for sharing!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by emerald46
    That is too cute! We've got a couple of baby girls coming this summer. May change those colors to cowgirly. Thanks so much...love it!
    Duh on me! I put the thought aside as our babies are girls - but, of course, a pink bandana and purple vest would work, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnNan
    Quote Originally Posted by emerald46
    That is too cute! We've got a couple of baby girls coming this summer. May change those colors to cowgirly. Thanks so much...love it!
    Duh on me! I put the thought aside as our babies are girls - but, of course, a pink bandana and purple vest would work, right?
    i bought pink one, and there are no girls in my family..! but what a great baby shower gift! you could even tack it on the gift!

    i thought it ws going to be too small for ben, but it works fine!
    although not shown in the pictures, sew down the bandana onto the vest (the "V" in front) kalady (laura) suggestion.

    Thanks so much for reposting this!

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    Thank you!

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    Way too cute!

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    very cute and great directions - thanks for sharing.

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    My Ben, is so stinking cute in it! Thanks again Laura!
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    thanks for the link....my 3 grandsons will love them (ages 15 months to 2 1/2 years)....

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    so cute

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    Love the bandana bibs. Made them for my 28 & 17 year old when they were babies. They are so vesitable. You can girl them up or make real boyish. You can also use the bandana top & use wash cloths for the bottom. I like the fact they come up around the neck & kept little one cleaner. Can remember how many of these I made for my kids.

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    That's cute! It's nice to have on hand, when anyone needs a
    baby gift. Thanks for the tute.

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    This is so cute. I made a cowboy bib similar to this many moons ago. One the front I embroidered the words " Real Cowboys Eat Dust". It got a few chuckles at the baby shower.

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    Absolutely LOVE IT! Will be making one for the next baby boy that comes along...or...maybe a pink bandanna for a baby girl??

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    Love the pattern, pictures and tutorials. Thanks so much.

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    Thank You for all of the patterns and the tuts

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    HMMM! What about an adult sized one? I use mineral make-up and I seem to get make-up dust all over me. I'll have to get my creative brain waves in gear and see what I can come up with. Thanks for the idea. Maybe snaps in the back.

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    This is so cute. Making one for my granddaughter, Evelyn.

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    I really liked this pattern. Thanks for sharing. Here's my version.

    Thrift shop bandana, recycled upholstery swatch, scrap for star. This is a good "Reuse, recycle" project.
    Name:  Attachment-194716.jpe
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