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Tuesday, September 1, 2009

{oilcloth bibs}

Oilcloth can be used for so many things, especially anything you need to be waterproof (i.e. tablecloths, bibs, etc.). It certainly isn't limited to that either, or there are many varieties available at your fabric store or online. Check around though--prices will vary greatly.
With two toddlers around the house, we need plenty of bibs, and I knew this would be a great project. I just traced another bib that I liked onto the back of the oilcloth, and cut it out. I punched holes in the top sides using a hole punch, and then tied a piece of ribbon on either side. SO easy! The best part is that it is a non-sewing project, and one that can easily be completed in less than an hour.

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Blogger Tiffany said...

I love this! I don't sew and it is so cute. I will be linking from as a great gift idea.


November 22, 2009 at 1:40 PM  

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