Now, you are either going to think I'm clever or crazy, but I came up with this bib that's protective enough to use with an adult as well as a toddler.
I went to the store with the intention of buying some inexpensive bibs to alter and embellish. I didn't find any I liked, but I did notice that most were made a lot like a washcloth with a neck cut out. SO......like a good little crafter, I went to the washcloth aisle and started looking at the selections. I happened to notice that there was something on that aisle that was already shaped like a bib, but with a few differences. It was ...........
...made to fit on a toilet lid. The thing I liked about it was that it had a wonderful, soft texture and a rubberized backing that would prevent leak- throughs.
|1. Place the cover on a large piece of paper. I found it helpful to put this all on a carpet and to pin it down around the middle to hold it in place. Stretch out each edge and trace it off to make a pattern.|
|2. Cut out your pattern and make a neckhole at the top. You might need to taper the edges toward the top also. I left only the elastic at the bottom of the bib and cut off the elastic from the top 2/3 of each side.|
|3. Cut a fleece lining, making it about 1/2" larger all the way around.|
|4. Pin the lining to the bib, putting right sides together. Sew around the outer edge. Leave the neckline open.|
|6. Sew hook and loop tape to each end of the extension.|
Very creative idea, Linda! Looks like your little customer approves, too! Love those little pink boots, too! ;)ReplyDelete
Could also be used on older kids "when they get a potty mouth"!!! Sorry - I just could not resist this - great idea and I love it when we canReplyDelete
re-purpose and re-define items to fit our needs. JC
Its so crazy its clever!! Great idea!ReplyDelete