Yes, poor Charlotte has reflux, and that means that she barfs a LOT! Her mommy asked if I could make her several more bibs to help with the clothing preservation. Of course, I said yes!
Here are the first 6 cut and ready to sew. I used a free PDF pattern from Jaime Young at Sew She Sews.
Here are all 12.
These are my two favorite. Her daddy is a Doctor, so I found this Dr. Cat fabric amusing. The lemons are from me!
Each bib has a different quilted design. Great practice!
I had a lot of fun with these. I know that she will use them all....probably all in one day!
Linking to Let's Bee Social with Lorna at Sew Fresh Quilts!!
oh so cute! What a lucky little lady
I love them and what great practice FMQing! I like that you chose out the fabric to the tastes and meanings of the baby's family.
Beautiful! Charlotte will be spitting up in style. Each bib has such fun fabrics. I love the one with the girls playing soccer. And what a great chance to practice some free motion quilting designs. They all look fabulous!
Such fun fabrics for the princess. And so much fun to use different FMQ patternsd.
They are so cute and I like the fabric you chose.
Great idea to practice free motion quilting on these!! They look great and I am sure will be a blessing to the mama!!
These are so adorable. Love your different quilting...looks as if you had a whole lot of fun swirling those bibs under your trusty Jemma. Love the fabrics!!
Love all these fabrics you choose!!! SO very cute! My daughter's little one is starting to droooollll....I need to check out the pattern...looks easy to make.
These are so lovely and the fabrics are beautiful. Her Mum is lucky to have you.
Hey I've been telling myself for days that I should make some cute bibs for my baby. She is 6 mths now and haven't gotten much sewing done at all. I guarantee these cute ones you made will be used on an hourly basis if the baby drools like mine does.
Beautiful bibs, now that I am a new grandma I will definately be making some....thanks
so cute, love all the colors and different quilting patterns
Your bibs are adorable, one more precious than the next. I really enjoy making quick projects that can be finished in one sitting. It maximizes the opportunity to use and play with the fabrics you love and there is nothing hanging over your head to feel guilty about not finishing. For me, I love to make flannel burp cloths. I churn them out one after the other because they are so much fun. I can really relate tomass production of hand sewn bibs.
What a great project - nice work!
great bibs and a generous heart! Never thought to put terry cloth on the back -- great idea!
I love them! They look so easy to make. What a great way to practice FMQing.
Very cute. They will be well used!
Poor princess! At least she will be barfing in style :) Great idea to practice FMQ while making such cute little bibs.
Definitely a great reason to dive onto your stash. I love how they are all different and ubique.
these are too cute, Vicki! and I know they'll be well used with that sweet baby!
Thank you so much for sharing this at Needle and Thread Thursday!
:) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation
Nicely done. I like your quilting practice done on the bibs. How fun.
Now I'm really inspired! Just what my new little grandson will need and a way to practice FMQ for me. Love your fabric picks!
What a great way to practice FMQ. Super cute bibs!!!
I've featured your fab bibs today...
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