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Pattern Reviews> Other> OB-1 (Overall Bib)

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Reviewed by:happy2btara
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Posted on:11/3/06 11:50 AM
Last Updated:7/29/07 11:48 PM


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ACB said... (11/5/06 6:06 PM) Reply
Just darling.
happy2btara said... (11/4/06 10:42 PM) Reply
I added another picture today, with a doll, taking in mind the doll is much smaller than the bib. You can see the back how the leg straps come around the back of the leg to secure the bib down the front of the child. Hope this helps! :)
Ying said... (11/3/06 3:26 PM) Reply
It's hard to picture how the leg openings work. Can you have a picture witha doll wearing it?? Your picture does look like the pattern.
Dale C said... (11/3/06 1:10 PM) Reply
Oooo.. sometimes I wish I had something like this for my kids when they were littler. Wait... it would still be useful, except they would probably not want to wear it anymore. :) Great idea.
squilts said... (11/3/06 12:11 PM) Reply
Cute idea, this covers their pant legs too?
 
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