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Catch All Baby Bib

By: Lelanie Denso for To Sew With Love

Unique baby girl bibs are so easy to make!  This Catch All Baby Bib from Lelanie Denso, complete with a little crumb pocket, is great for your little princess.  This modern baby bib can also be adopted to fit your little prince, too!

Catch All Baby Bib


  • Old bib
  • Printed fabric of your choice
  • Solid fabric of your choice
  • Iron-on interfacing
  • Velcro pieces or buttons
  • Sewing machine and supplies


  1. Using your old bib, trace the shape onto fabric and cut 2 pieces for your bib. Also cut 2 plain fabrics for the pocket. Stabalize the fabric pieces with iron-on interfacing.
  2. Bring pocket pieces together, right sides facing together.  Sew straight stitches on the top side of your pocket.  Turn it over, right sides facing outwards now.  Topstitch.

    Catch All Baby Bib

  3. Sew on Velcro or buttons on the neck pieces.

    Catch All Baby Bib
  4. Pin your pocket in place.

    Catch All Baby Bib
  5. Bring together your bib pieces, right sides facing together and pin as necessary.

    Catch All Baby Bib
  6. Sew straight stitches all the way, leaving about 2-3" unsewn for turning.

    Catch All Baby Bib
  7. Clip the rounded sides of your bib for a crisp look when you turn it.

    Catch All Baby Bib
  8. Turn it inside out, topstitch to sew close the unsewn opening.
  9. Now you have a bib with pocket!
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Nice bib tutorial. I love tutorial with pictures on them, it makes it easy to follow. I just would like to suggest that instead of using a velcro maybe use the snap buttons instead. They are much more secure and like a velcro can also be easily attached and detached. http//


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