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Vintage Embroidery Monday – Lamb Baby Bib

Posted by Super Mom No Cape on April 7th, 2014

With Easter slightly less than two weeks away, here are two adorable bibs on one pattern to embroider for the babies in your family.

On the smaller bib, “baby” in French knots and lazy daisies should be traced onto the center of the bib after you’ve traced the outline of the bib onto your fabric.

For the larger bib, the lamb can be placed anywhere.  To make a bib with a pocket, add four inches to the length, fold the extra length up and stitch the sides.

If you embroider using a hoop,  I would suggest completing the embroidery first on a piece of fabric large enough to cut out the bib pattern after your stitching is complete.

Finish the raw edges of the bib using bias tape that you’ve purchased or made yourself.

Vintage Workbasket Bib Pattern with Baby or LambThis pattern is available as a pdf to download here.

 

 

 

3 comments on “Vintage Embroidery Monday – Lamb Baby Bib

  1. Sweet lambs! Another lovely pattern, thanks for being so generous with these transfers.

  2. This is such a cute pattern for a baby bid. I wish I could embroider, however that is just not in my skill set. :( Luckily, I know a friend that knows how! Thanks for sharing this adorable pattern! Enjoy your creative day! ~ Vickie

  3. Rob O'Neill on said:

    What a very cute pattern! We are just the same Vickie. I really don’t know how to make a baby bib since I don’t have a skill for this particular thing. I wish I could try, but I know it won’t work anyway. I think I will just stay contented seeing those patterns.