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Boy’s Bib Sewing Pattern Free

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Are you tired of the usual bibs you buy from stores to catch those baby drools? The soft bib made from flannel or the bubbly one made from Minky? Would you love to make something fancy for your little one? Here is a lovely bib pattern for your little boy.

 

boys bib sewing pattern free (1)

 

boys bib sewing pattern free (1)

 

boys bib sewing pattern free (1)

 

In this tutorial, you will learn how to sew a baby bib with ties or bows. Your baby boy will look like a little gentleman in this bib. You can make these bibs in any absorbent fabric or prints you like. Of course, stripes and checks look best for baby boys.

So, without further ado, let’s get straight to the tutorial.

 

Tie- Bib Sewing Pattern for Boys

 

*Note: The pattern can be used to sew bibs for a 3 month old to a 2 year old.

The seam allowance is 3/8 -inch unless otherwise specified.

I suggest you read the entire pattern once before starting to get a general idea.

Tie-Bib

Materials Required

  • Cotton Fabric for the bib front- I fat quarter (18” x 21”).
  • A scrap of solid fabric in a contrasting color for the tie.
  • Fabric for the bib back (chenille, minky or flannel) -I fat quarter.
  • Velcro for closure.
  • Fabric marking pen.
  • Sewing Notions.
  • Patten template. **Enter your e-mail address and click the subscribe button to download the template.
 

 

Cut the pattern template for the bib body from the attached pdf. Take the fabric for the bib front and fold it to fit the width of the template. Keep the template on the fold, mark around the template, and cut. You get the bib front.

 

Let’s cut the bib back.

 

Take the fabric for the bib back, fold it, and keep the same template on the fold. Mark and cut to get the bib back (picture for illustration purposes).

 

Let’s do the tie.

 

Cut the fabric template for the tie. Take the tie fabric, fold it, and keep the template on the fold. Mark and cut to get the tie piece. Repeat the steps to get one more of the same piece.

 

Your tie pieces will look like this.

 

Keep the two tie pieces layered with the right sides together and aligning the edges. Sew around the edge, leaving the top edge open as marked above.

 

Clip the corners and trim the edges.

 

Turn it inside out.

 

Press to set. Cut off the extra fabric at the top.

 

Topstitch along the edge to make it neat and crisp.

 

Let’s attach the tie to the bib.

 

Fold the bib in half, aligning the edges, and mark its top center as shown above. Repeat the same on the tie.

 

Keep the tie on the right side of the bib, aligning the marked points and pin all around. Make sure that the tie is kept straight. Sew the tie onto the bib, removing the pins as you go.

 

Let’s add the Velcro for the bib closure.

 

Take the Velcro pieces and sew it onto the right side of the bib front and bib back, on the same side as shown above.

 

Keep the bib front over the bib back with the right sides together and aligning the edges.

 

Sew around the neckline and around the bib edges, leaving a small gap of about 3 inches along the lower edge to turn the bib inside-out as marked above.

 

Make small notches along the curved edges and trim the straight edges to reduce the bulk at the seam. Turn the bib inside-out through the opening in the lower edge and press, tucking in the raw edges.

 

Topstitch around the neckline and around the edges of the bib to make it neat and crisp

 

Your tie bib is ready!

 

Bow-Bib Sewing Pattern for Boys

 

Materials Required

  • Cotton Fabric for the bib front- I fat quarter (18” x 21”).
  • A scrap of solid fabric in white color for the trim.
  • Fabric for the bib back (chenille, minky or flannel) -I fat quarter.
  • Scrap of red fleece for the bow.
  • Scrap of red felt for the faux buttons
  • Velcro for closure.
  • Fabric marking pen.
  • Sewing notions.

 

Cut the bib front and bib back just as we did for the tie bib.

 

Cut the template for the trim from the attached pdf. Fold the fabric and keep the trim on the fold. Mark around the template and cut to get the trim piece.

 

Fold the two longer edges of the trim by 3/8 inch and press.

 

Mark the top center of the trim and the bib just as we did for the tie bib.

 

Keep the trim over the bib on the right side, aligning the marked points. Make sure that the trim is kept straight and pin all around the trim.

 

Sew the trim onto the bib, removing the pins as you go.

 

Cut off any extra in the trim.

 

Next, we do the bow that is to be attached along the neckline.

 

Take two pieces of fleece, 2- inches wide and 3- inches long. Keep them layered with the right sides together, aligning the edges and sew along the three edges, leaving one edge raw as shown above. This is to turn the bow inside out.

 

To do the center piece of the bow, take a fleece piece, 1 & ½-inches long and about ½-inch wide. Wind it around the center of the bow and secure it at the back with a needle and thread.

 

Sew the bow at the center of the neckline using a needle and thread.

 

Let’s do the faux button for the bib. I have used felt pieces for the buttons. You may use ornamental or fabric-covered buttons if you wish, but these felt buttons are the safest for your child.

 

Cut three circular pieces of felt, 3/8-inch in diameter.

 

Hands sew the felt along the center of the trim, below the bow at a 1-inch gap from it. Sew the next button at a one-inch gap from the first and the third one at a similar gap from the second.

 

Sew the Velcro just as we did for the tie bib.

 

Keep the front and back bib pieces layered with the right sides together and aligning the edges. Sew along the neckline and around the edges to join the two pieces, leaving a 3-inch gap along the lower edge to turn the bib inside-out. Trim the edges and notch out the curves.

 

Turn the bib inside out and press taut, tucking the raw edges. Topstitch around the neckline and around the edges of the bib. Your bow bib is done.

 

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L

Friday 23rd of June 2023

Boys Baby Bib and Girl's Baby Bib templates do not download/open up.

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Thursday 29th of June 2023

Just checked the templates and it is working fine. Kindly clear your cache, refresh your browser and try again.