Thursday, July 5, 2012

Embroidered Baby Bib

Ever since I taught myself to embroider a couple months ago, I've been obsessed with trying out my new skills. I ran across this tutorial for a baby bib and was excited to make one for Connor.

I pretty much followed all their instructions up until the rick-rack at the end. The tutorial only has you putting the rick-rack halfway around the bottom, but I liked it better going all the way around. They also have their rick-rack sewn between the front and back piece, but I put mine layered on the top piece.

When I put the bib on him, he seemed very interested in studying it.

And showing off his new clapping skills! 3 cheers for my new bib!

Almost too much work for him to actual use and get messy, but I like it!


  1. Very cute! Love the stitching!

  2. Super cute!!! I wish I knew how to embroider. It would probably end up like my cross stitch projects though - 17 projects started and not finished. Love the picture of Connor clapping. Precious!

  3. This is very cute. I just finished my second embroidery attempt, this time trying cursive writing :0

  4. What an adorable bib. Thanks for stopping by my blog too. You've got a great blog here. I'll be following now.

  5. Wow! He has grown so much since I last checked in! What a cutie! And super cute bib!

  6. Love the polkadots, ricrac, and of course the charming model!

  7. Now this is A-dorable. Both the bib and baby :)
    So cute!!!

  8. So sweet! What a wonderful idea! Thanks so much for sharing at Mom On Timeout!

  9. Awww, he looks so handsome in his new bib! Very cute. Thanks so much for sharing at Etcetorize this week!

  10. Gorgeous little bib - and such cute photos too!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  11. Again why didn't I know you when my boys were little. YOU do the most amazing things! I absolutely love love it!

  12. How adorable! I love that he's so happy about it. LOL



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