Member since 2/5/13
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Date: 9/5/13 3:39 PM
made this adult bib from a free online pattern. I made it from an old flannel shirt and used an old plastic tablecloth for the linning. I also made a matching napkin for it. the napkin is sticking out of the pocket.
Member since 2/8/09
Date: 9/6/13 7:17 AM
Quite a bit of flair! I like it. And clever to use the shirt front.
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Member since 6/22/07
Date: 9/6/13 9:53 AM
I was challenged to create adult bibs with fun, and came up with animal heads in terrycloth with a raincoat fabric for lining.
The person they were for has a great sence of humour and enjoyed the fun.
Member since 10/26/08
In reply to suzykue
Date: 9/6/13 11:14 AM
What a great idea! I like the repurposing of those two items. Clever combination.
Member since 1/25/12
Date: 9/6/13 10:54 PM
I was asked to make adult bibs for some active senior ladies who were tired of occasional spots and stains on their good clothes when they lunched at nice restaurants. I had a couple of lovely cutwork embroidered tablecloths that had impossible-to-remove stains I cut up for this purpose. I lined them. Beautiful. With their jackets on it did not look as though they had on bibs.