Sunday, 13 March 2016

Patchwork Bibs!

Have you had a wonderful weekend?

The weather here has been positively balmy!!  15 degrees today (that was the average temperature last July)!

Following on from my Easter Bibs tutorial last week, I thought I'd show you some patchwork versions!

Baby Bibs Tutorial

These are great scrap buster projects, using 28 x 2.5" squares (perfect for leftover jellyroll & binding strips).

Patchwork Bibs
Made with quilt leftovers - 'Spring Walk' by Little Cube
I used the same template as before, and quilted the patchwork front and towelling together, before sealing the raw edges with bias binding.

Patchwork Bibs
Made with leftover Bonnie and Camille jelly roll strips
These days there is a lovely selection of pretty bias and trims to choose from. Here's a small selection I picked up locally.

Bias Binding

And if you don't want to fuss with bias binding, quilt your patchwork front with a little wadding before following my original tutorial

Baby Bibs Tutorial

These bibs took no time at all to make!  Wouldn't they make gorgeous baby-shower gifts?

Patchwork Bibs

Whatever the occasion, I hope you are enjoying my Easter tutorials series.  More to come this week!

Linking up with Scraptastic Tuesday!

Jude xo


  1. These are so cute and cheerful- so perfect for little ones!

  2. Cute bibs but I have no baby either! I think I like these even more than the originals - scrappy love! Thank you for linking up to #scraptastictuesday.


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