Thursday, February 23, 2012

Laminate Baby Bib Tutorial & Riley Blake Fabric GIVEAWAY!!! **ENDED**

We are still celebrating today!! (I mean how often does a girl turn 30)?
Next up in some of my FAVORITE stuff is Riley Blake Designs fabric!!!
(You can still enter the Hoop-la Earrings giveaway HERE).
They have been one of my favorite fabric companies for a couple of years now, and I am so excited to be able to share some of that fabulous fabric with one of you.

Have you heard of laminate cotton? It’s awesome stuff. It would be great for rain slickers, fingerpainting aprons, swimming totes, etc.
I decided to use it to make baby bibs.
Finished-baby-bibs

I have this great baby bib that my friend gave to me when I had my son last summer. It’s bigger than most baby bibs, so it covers most of my son’s body.
Full-size-bib
So all that lovely baby food mess doesn’t get on his clothes.
Using-old-bib
The only problem is I only have one. So when I saw the laminate cotton, I thought it would be perfect to use for a couple more bibs.

To start, you will need to download the baby bib pattern HERE.
Use the 1” square as your guideline for printing the correct size, then tape the two pieces together by lining up the dotted lines.
Baby Bib piece A copyBaby Bib piece B copy
Use the pattern piece to cut out two pieces of fabric and one piece of fusible interfacing.
I made two bibs, so I have four pieces of fabric.
Cut-out-fabric
Iron a piece of interfacing to the wrong side of one of your pieces of fabric.
Iron-interfacing
Sew the two pieces of fabric right sides together using a 1/4” seam allowance and leave about a 4” opening at the bottom for turnout.
Leave-opening-for-turnout
Clip along the rounded corners. This will help the bib lay more flat when it’s turned inside out.
Be sure you don’t cut through your stitch line.
Clip-along-edges
Turn the entire thing inside out and press.
Topstitch along the edges. This was probably the only real snag in using the laminate fabric. It tended to grip to my sewing machine instead of feeding through nice and smooth, so I kind of had to push and pull it through, which made my stitching not as pretty as I would like.
Topstitch
The other thing I really liked about the bib my friend gave me was the snap. SOO much better than velcro, so I found this package at Hobby Lobby.
Snaps
You’ll need four parts for one snap. Two poky pieces, a bump piece, and an insert piece. (I know those aren’t the actual names, but that’s the best description I have for them).
Parts-of-snap
Follow the package directions for attaching the snaps to your fabric. The one tip I would give is put the insert side of the snap in first. Then when you have the poky piece for the bump piece in place like so…
Snap-poking-through
…attach the bump piece to the insert piece before hammering.
Attach-bump-part-first
I didn’t do that the first time and ruined the bump piece when I hammered the snap together.
It was smashed and wouldn’t fit in the insert piece anymore. Oops!
Smashed-snap
Once the snap is installed you should have two laminate baby bibs. I made mine reversible, so I used one piece of each fabric for one bib.
Finished-baby-bibs
These are GREAT bibs! They wipe off super easy and don’t stain.
You can throw them in the washing machine and dryer no problem! I only wish I would have had these for my other 3 children.
Baby-in-finished-bib
The fabric line I used is Mod Tod.
Mod Tod 1Mod Tod 2
And remember how I mentioned something about a giveaway?

One of you is going to win this Mod Tod fat quarter bundle!!!
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I’m keeping it simple to enter. Just leave a comment on this post!
Of course I would love if you checked out more of the delicious fabric by Riley Blake Designs and liked them on Facebook, but that’s completely up to you!

Giveaway will run until Sunday, February 26th @ 8 pm MST.
Have fun and good luck!
Tam

284 comments:

  1. These are awesome! And your little guy is a great model!

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  2. That is so cool! Love the snap idea too. Velcro is awful in the wash. :(

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  3. great tutorial.. love the bib. And.. what a cute lil baby :D. Happy birthday thanks for the chance to win!
    -jamie
    babyblueangel_30@yahoo.com

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  4. thanks for the tute. And the pics of that cute baby! ;) Enjoy your celebration.

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  5. Thanks for a great tutorial! I'm think the laminated cotton would make great cosmetic bags too??

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  6. I really have to make bibs again...

    And oh... all those fat quarters? I am in!! :-D

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  7. Great tutorial for the bibs and thanks for the chance to win the Riley Blake fabrics! Love them!!

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  8. Thanks for the tutorial and the chance to win. My friend is pregnant and I would love to make her some of these bibs.

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  9. Thanks a lot for the tutorial. I am pregnant for about ...ehm...two more weeks and would love to sew some of these bibs.
    frolleintongtong@gmx.de
    http://frolleintongtong.blogspot.com/

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  10. Don't you just love baby cheeks, I want to smooch them all day! I would love me some Dainty Blossoms laminates from Riley Blake.

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  11. Cute fabric and even cuter baby! The Mod Tod prints would make such a cute baby quilt. Thanks for the chance to win. Happy Birthday!

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  12. Your baby boy is adorable! Great tutorial. There are some new babies joining our family and neighborhood in the next couple of months. I think I've just found what I'll stitch for them. Thanks! And thanks for the chance at the giveaway.

    PS...Happy Birthday! ☺

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  13. I am a huge fan of Riley Blake Designs, thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  14. Great tutorial! I have a niece/nephew (?) on the way and would certainly use this Mod Tod fabric to make that little one something adorable. Thanks for the chance!

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  15. Super cute! Cant wait to make some bibs!

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  16. Love it! I dont need need bibs but it wouldn't take much to morph this into a toddler's painting smock. Of which I do have need. Would love some of that cute fabric, too!

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  17. Thanks for the pattern, tutorial and a chance to win this really cute fabric! Your baby is adorable by the way!
    atkinsonjames@bellsouth.net

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  18. Cute! I just made few bibs for my youngest...handmade is best!

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  19. Adorable! I just made a bunch of bibs for a friend. I will have to try with the laminate fabric next.

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  20. Very cute! Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  21. Such a cutie! The bib is great! Thank you for this chance to win some fabric- I have added their blog to my reader- it is so full of wonderful ideas! (and I like blogs more than fb!)

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  22. What an adorable little guy!!! :)

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  23. Love it when it's simple to enter! Thanks for the tutorial and giveaway. Precious lil' one.

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  24. Such a cutie - would love to try this fabric - sounds awesome.

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  25. So cute, simple, and useful! My kind of project! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  26. What a cute idea! Mine are now to big for bibs, but my nieces baby would sure love one!

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  27. I love their fabric!!! Can I please win????
    Blessings
    itsybitsystitches@gmail.com

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  28. I have several friends and family members expecting and these would be great for gifts :)

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  29. I have been sewing up a storm for the arrival of our spring baby. This would be so perfect.

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  30. Love it!!! can't wait to make some cutie bibs

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  31. what great fabrics - I'd sure love to get my hands on them! thanks for hosting the giveaway!

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  32. What a great give away and tutorial! This would make fantastic baby gifts! Thanks so much for sharing! deborahlawler@yahoo.com

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  33. That fabric would make adorable totes for Craft Hope this month!

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  34. I love this fabric. I made a rain coat with it last fall at quilt retreat. It is so soft and pliable. I have some left and was going to make bibs but my fabric is pink flowers and I only have a grandson. His dad said no thanks. I agreed. I will have to get some more boyish prints for that.

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  35. i love fabric! melaniewchambers@gmail.com

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  36. Lovely fabrics! Thanks for sharing the tutorial!

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  37. Sweet bib and adorable model! Love Riley Blake, thanks for the giveaway!

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  38. I love Riley Blake! Thanks for the bib pattern, too.

    rebekahricker (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  39. I love Riley Blake too! I just got material to make my 4th baby a rag quilt!

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  40. awesome! Definitely going to make this for the next baby shower I go to! :) And I liked Riley Blake designs on facebook too! :)

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  41. I love the bibs. I have a baby shower to go to tomorrow, hmm. guess I just decided what to make for the gift. :) One tip for sewing with laminated cottons is to use a walking foot when stitching on the laminate side. If you're top stitching you may need to use a wedge for the other side of the walking foot to keep it balanced and moving, but it makes the fabric move smoothly through the feed dogs. Another suggestion is a Teflon foot, but I don't have one of those. ;)
    xoxo,
    Amy

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  42. I love Riley Blake. Most of my baby quilts I have made are out of Riley Blake!! I liked them on facebook also!!!

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  43. SO simple, and I love the fabric

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  44. That fabric is very cute for a little one. I love it.

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  45. What a great tutorial, thanks for sharing it with us, and the giveaway!

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  46. I definitely need to make some of these for my baby soon to come. It would be nice to do a pocket on the bottom to catch the food as well.

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  47. I love the fabric, and I'm super jealous of the bibs - I HATE cleaning the ones we have!

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  48. love simple little projects like this! :) Happy Birthday to you!

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  49. Cute bib (and baby ;>) Love Riley Blake too; thanks for chance to win, Rhonda (marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  50. I would LOVE to win the fabric. I go through all of my bibs in 2 days (I have a puker) and no matter how many I make it is never enough.

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  51. What a wonderful tutorial Love it! I have a little niece who would love some cute ones like these.

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  52. Wow!! Great giveaway!! Happy birthday:)

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  53. So cute. My little guy just has one month before we start eating solids, so your tutorial timing is perfect. Thanks for sharing, and the fabric is fantastic.

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  54. thanks for the giveaway, i have no idea what i would make first. so many choices.

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  55. What a good idea! And I love the fabrics!

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  56. Great tutorial! Love the fabric line. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  57. Daring fabric! I'd love to do something with it. :)

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  58. I am currently marinating another baby and am also in the process of making tons of things for him. I would love to have some Riley Blake fabric to work with!

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  59. Those bibs are way too cute. I need some of that material to make some for my family. Thanks for sharing.

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  60. I think I am going to be making a bunch of those! Thanks so much for the tutorial. I have 3 sister in laws due in the next 2 months. Can't wait to make these for them!

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  61. Adorable fabrics! (Baby, too!)

    Found you via craft gossip.

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  62. I'm pregnant with our fourth (and LAST!) baby... and wanting to start making cute things for her. This is perfect! Would love to have some fabric to get me started! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  63. Cute fabric! I'll be needing bibs in about 2 months so I should get cracking!

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  64. I also love anything Riley Blake! I've gotta try making those bibs someday!

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  65. What a great giveaway! Thanks!

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  66. So cute!!! My son is small and all the bibs I have are huge around the neck. I didn't think of making bibs for him, thanks for the idea! The fabric is absolutely adorable.

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  67. LOVELOVELOVE all your easy-to-follow tutorials! just finished up making a few peek-a-boo carseat blankets for my friends. i plan on making some of the bibs very soon! thanks for the giveaway!

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  68. Oh my goodness look at those blue eyes!!! Pretty cue bib too! ;)

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  69. I like Riley Blake on Facebook and thanks so much for this tutorial! These are definitely on my "to make" list!

    jennifercausby at hotmail dot com

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  70. Great Tutorial! I've been searching for some cute laminate fabric for a while now, but haven't found many cute patterns. Thanks for the giveaway! :)

    kc.konechne (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  71. I would love this fabric! It's so fun and playful!

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  72. I always need some good boy fabric. Love it!

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  73. This fabric is wonderful! Love it.

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  74. Love the bibs! And Riley Blake Fabric!

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  75. Happy birthday! I loved turning 30 (even though I was in labor all day...finally had kiddo #3 the next day :) Now that I'm 33, I think I'll go back to saying I'm 30 every birthday :)

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  76. How amzazing! It could be so much easier if we had those beautiful fabrics here in Chile!
    Great tutorial! congrats from South America =)

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  77. I am just about ready to embark on the journey of making waterproof diapers for my first grand baby. This bib pattern could slip right into my things to make the baby list. Thanks for the tutorial. Cute fabric:) thanks for a chance to win!

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  78. Happy Birthday!!! Snaps are so much better on bibs than velcro. I used snaps on all my kids bibs!

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  79. This is a cute bib I can't wait to make one

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  80. Happy Birthday!! Love the blog and your tutorials.

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  81. Wow these are so cute! I love making bibs, a great quick and easy project, never tried laminate though, will put it on my list! Would love to win a bundle of RB fabrics they are delicious! thanks

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  82. What adorable fabric! I love Riley Blake Designs they always have such cute stuff! Your bibs are great, I will be making some for sure as I've got a new cousin that is due to be born any day!
    Thanks
    Nicole

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  83. LOVE the fabric! Thanks for the op!

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  84. How cute!!! And right up my alley as Im due tomorrow with #2 =) Thanks for the tutorial! And the snap advice!

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  85. Darling baby and darling fabric! Thanks for the giveaway, big fan!!! :)

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  86. Oh my goodness your baby is so cute!! Love this bib! And the fabric! Thanks for the tutorial!

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  87. Happy 30th! Love your tutorial and the chance to win a fabric bundle from Riley Blake designs, I have been wanting to get and try some of this material.

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  88. Great idea and the fabric is so cute. And your little boy too of course

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  89. Oh my goodness... I SO need more bibs for my baby girl. She's a complete mess by the end of each meal! So funny... but a pain to clean her up :) Thanks for the tutorial.

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  90. Happy 30th!! Hope you have a wonderful day with your little fella :) I do love the Riley Blake fabrics and this bunch is one of my favorites. My daughter is expecting in just 3 weeks and with a 2 week stay with her just think of all the bibs I could make!!!

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  91. Ooh, great idea and awesome fabric! :)

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  92. Those bibs are so darling. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  93. What an awesome idea! I'm trying to get pregnant right now, and those will be great for when I do have kids! Thank you for the tutorial!

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  94. great tutorial!! there seems to be a baby boom with my friends and relations so I know these will go down well. your soon is sooooooooo cute!!

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  95. I love that the size is nice and big. Stains on baby clothes kill me! I am a FB fan already of Riley blake, and I am eagerly awaiting the arrival of my fly a kite fabrics. deanaspice@yahoo.ca

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  96. Adorable bibs! I may have to whip some of these up before we venture into solid food territory!

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  97. Happy Birthday!!! Riley Blake fabrics have become my favorite line since I started quilting and making blankets last fall. This bib tutorial is super awesome and I can't wait to make them. My friend has a 4 month old that has started drooling up a storm so these bibs will look super cute on him! PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE pick me! I usually don't beg, but I'm broke and I will do anything for free Riley Blake :) I tried to copy a pic of him but for some reason it's not working in the comment box (of course, right?) I will send you pics of THE cutest blue-eyed, red haired boy sporting some sweet RB bibs from your tutorial. Then I'll put the scraps to use, in my Favorite Fabric Quilt I will eventually make one day. If I don't win, I still get to make bibs, and I'm super excited for that. I hope you have an awesome day!

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  98. TThanks for the snap advice. I have always been scared to try them!

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  99. These are so cool. I've never heard of laminate fabric, but I will have to find some to make bibs for my grandbabies.

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  100. Thank you for celebrating your birthday week with us! I love the large bib tutorial and the Riley Blake fabric would be perfect for my boy/girl twins! It is just too darling! With 9 sets of twins in our neighborhood and 3 sets at work, I think the coordinating fabrics will make the perfect gifts!

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  101. Laminate fabric - what a great idea! Love this - thank you! Adding it to my pile of things to make before baby comes in June

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  102. I have been thinking about making these for some friends! This tutorial is one of the simplest I have seen!

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  103. I'd LOVE to win!!
    cbakertroublemaker@hotmail.com

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  104. Thanks for the tutorial! Can't wait to try this.

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  105. Would absolutely love to have these fat quarters!!

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  106. I love the bib. I am going to have to make some. I would love to win the cute fabric.

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  107. I had no idea you could put that fabric in the washer and dryer. I may be needing to make some bibs!

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  108. Thank you sew much for posting this tute! I have several boy baby showers coming up and I was at a loss for something to make! This will do the trick!

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  109. Guess I need to get making a bib for my little one. She's just about ready to start eating baby food:) Cute fabric for the bibs would be a bonus!

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  110. Wow this is such a great idea! I will make a lot of those!
    My baby didn't start eating yet so I have plenty of time.
    The only problem is I don't have a sewing machine.. Do you think I can sow by hand?
    Thank you

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  111. I love the bib tutorial. What a great idea. The fabric is amazing too, thanks for the chance to win.

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  112. Great tutorial and so love this fabric! I would love to win.
    goldiez at hotmail dot com

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  113. Cute bibs. I like that your pattern is plain and simple. A bib does not need a lot of fluff.

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  114. Oh that fabric is fantastic! I would love it!
    lisamerkley at gmail dot com

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  115. SOOOO adorable!!! thanks for the chance!!!

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  116. Oh my goodness, I so love these bibs, and the fabric is too cute for words! So happy I found your website. Of course, I got here by being a fan of Riley Blake on FB! Love her fabric designs. I guess I'm just full of love today! :)

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  117. The Bibs are so cute. That lil one is a cutie too. :) Thanks for the chance.

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  118. Love the bibs! And that baby makes them about a million times cuter. Awesome giveaway!

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  119. I am so happy that I found your blog! You ROCK!

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  120. Adorable bibs! I wish I had had laminate fabric when my kids were little too! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  121. I am a huge fan of Riley Blake fabrics, and I've never worked with this fabric line. Perfect for some gifts for baby showers! THANKS for the chance!

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  122. Thankyou for the great bib tutorial, love your desciption of the snaps!!! Grandchild number 7 due in a few months would love to win such a beautiful prize to make these gorgeous bibs and more:-))
    kat.germaine@yahoo.com

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  123. I have a grandson that would look ever so cute in these bibs. Hope I win :-)

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  124. I love Riley Blake fabrics! I have two new nephews, I would love to make some bibs for them!

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  125. I <3 it! I was wondering what it would be like to have laminate on one side and a soft cotton on the other? The Mod Tod line is sooooo cute!

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  126. I just recently started following Riley Blake and her designs/fabric. Love , love, love......

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  127. I just recently started following Riley Blake and her designs/fabric. Love , love, love......

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  128. What fun!! would be great to make some for two upcoming grandchildren this year...one just around the corner in March and the next in August...

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  129. Love the Riley Blake designs and loveeee this bib. I want to make some!!!

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  130. A little tip so that the presser foot does not stick to the laminate, put a piece of tissue paper on top of it and sew...then tear away the tissue...it works wonders...

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  131. Another tip you can try is getting a teflon sewing machine foot. Just slides right over the laminate :-)

    I love that fabric. I'm having my 3rd boy in July and I'd love to be able to make him something special!

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  132. I might have to make some of these (sans laminate) for my little 4 month up chucker--you can to many!!

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  133. I would love this fat quarter pack!! And make some cute bibs for the baby I am praying will be coming soon!

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  134. Thanks for the giveaway and the great tutorial.

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  135. Next time, try a teflon foot on the laminate. Cutie pie, incidentally!

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  136. Love this fabric! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  137. i would love to make this for my sister who is pregnant. i would love to win the Mod Tod fat quarter bundle!!! so i could make her some awesome bibs

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  138. I like Riley Blake fabrics because they have such cute designs for boys!

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  139. Cute fabric for boys! I have 2 and have so many things that it could work towards! Thanks for the chance.

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  140. laminated cotton fabric?????wow, love it......

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  141. Nice job on the bibs! If I won, I would make something cute for my new nephew that will need some cuteness on him while he eats.

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  142. I will def try this! and I love love love the fabric

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  143. Love the bib. I am dying to try laminated cotton! This looks like the perfect project to try it out for the first time. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!!!

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  144. Super cute! Seems all my friends are preggo lately so I might have to try some of these!!

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  145. Very sweet... and even the bibs are cute too! Thanks for the tutorial!!

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  146. Yep...so dang cute!!!! Thanks for the tutorial...I will be sure to put it on Pinterest.

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  147. adorable - have new twin great nephews and this fabric would be great for sewing for them.

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  148. What a great tutorial! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  149. These are great! I was just thinking how I really need to make some bibs since I just started food with my baby girl! Thanks for the chance to win!

    Aynie
    aynieh(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  150. Great tutorial! I think I have found my next project!

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  151. great idea and I love that it's reversible!

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  152. Thanks for the tutorial. I love the concept of laminate fabrics and I'm so happy more and more are becoming available...especially in cute lines like Mod Tod.

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  153. I LOVE them!! I just had a baby girl a week ago and I was looking for a bib tutorial!!
    Yeah!

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  154. Love it!! Great tutorial...thank you...so cute.

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  155. Wonderful idea! My son is just starting on solids and I'm thinking a few bibs like this will be extremely handy. Thank you for the tutorial!

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  156. These are the greatest for little ones. Especially when they are teething :)

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  157. I love laminate bibs. made a bunch of them when my daughter was a baby.

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  158. I love this fabric line and your bins are just darling!!! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  159. Great Tute! This has given me more confidence to sew with laminates. I just had my first grand baby and will have to make some for her!

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  160. We just found out we are expecting our 2nd child and these bibs would be perfect, I love the idea to use the laminate. Thanks for a chance to win some of this cute line.

    rhianneholmes(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  161. What a great tutorial! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  162. Cute bib! And even cuter baby! :)
    barbwong@sbcglobal.net

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  163. Thanks for the chance to win. Great tutorial and cute bib!

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  164. Love the fabric. And I have been thinking of making some bibs for my little guy, these were great!

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  165. Great tutorial and cute bibs... but the baby made my day! How cute is that baby??

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  166. Thanks for the great tutorial. The bibs look great.

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  167. Love the tut! One way to sew with "sticky" fabric would be to use paper top and bottom... it goes through the sewing machine smoothly, and can just be ripped off after wards. I would love to win the fabric... I've got a new grandbaby on the way!
    Hugs!

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  168. Such an adorable babe!! and the fabrics are super cute too :)

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  169. What fun! Thanks for a great tute.
    Lisaandmariahcreations@gmail.com

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  170. Totally love this bib. I'm going to have to make a few for my little bean!!!

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  171. Wonderful tutorial and great fabric

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  172. well I finally know what people use laminated cotton for! I sew a wee bit and have been seeing lots of posts for this fabric in a group and couldn't wrap my head around it. now to get some and attempt some bibs!! no grand babies yet but I know a few moms that I can make these for.

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  173. I agree...snaps are better because the kiddos can't pull their bibs off!

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  174. Thank you for the fun tutorial. I have some laminated cotton I have been dying to use!

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  175. Oh, is there a Riley Blake fabric line that I don't LOVE? Love the bib tute -- I've shied away from laminate because of the stickiness but really, it's so perfect for bibs. and yes, snaps are definitely the way to go -- velcro makes such a mess in the washer! Thanks for the tute and the giveaway too!

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  176. Super cute fabric! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  177. Love the bib and love all Riley Blake! Thanks for the pattern and tutorial:)

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  178. Very cute bibs and very cute baby! Thanks for the tutorial and the giveaway. K-

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  179. I could hardly tear myself away from that darling boy to look at the bibs! But the bibs are pretty cute, too. LOVE Riley Blake fabrics and would be so happy to win that bundle! Thanks for the chance!

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  180. Love the bibs and the fabric prints!

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  181. I love making bibs for gifts! And what cute fabric prints!

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  182. Adorable! Great use for laminates.

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  183. Love the laminater bib idea! Love Riley Blake fabrics as well.

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  184. Love the laminater bib idea! Love Riley Blake fabrics as well.

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