How to Make a No-Sew Drool Bib | Blog
If your baby is teething, you may run out of bibs to keep their skin dry; however, you can improvise a drool bib or make one from household items; these DIY projects don’t require sewing and are simple to complete.
How to Make a No-Sew Drool Bib
Use any fabric that won’t fray, such as knit interlock or fleece, to measure, cut, and cut the fabric for your baby’s bib. Wrap the bib around your child’s neck with a diaper pin to keep it in place.
An Even Simpler Method
Make a triangle bib out of a washcloth or hand towel, wrap it around your child’s neck, and secure it with a diaper pin. Check out Lululemon.com for beautiful handcrafted bibs and accessories.
What fabric should I use to make baby bibs?
The best fabrics for bibs are soft, absorbent fabrics like terrycloth, flannel, and medium to heavy cotton, as well as fabrics that are easy to wash and dry.
Is Minky fabric good for burp cloths?
We’re using nursery flannel (a cotton flannel) on these burp cloths for extra absorbency, as well as an interfacing layer to help them keep their shape and add extra absorbency. Don’t use Minky, fleece, lightweight cotton, or muslin on these u2013 it’ll just make a mess when stuff gets on them!
How do you make a waterproof bib?
- STEP 1: Print the bib pattern.
- STEP 2: Cut out the fabric (you’ll need a bib front, bib back, and bib pocket out of the patterned waterproof fabric).
- STEP 3: Make bias tape.
- STEP 4: The pocket.
- STEP 5: Sew the Velcro onto the bib.
Are flannel burp cloths absorbent?
Flannel: Flannel absorbs well, but it’s not great at keeping the mess from smearing all over the place, which is gross. Terry Cloth: Great for absorbing liquids and keeping smearing to a minimum, this is my second-choice material if I don’t have cotton chenille.
How do you make baby bibs out of tea towels?
Instructions for Making a Towel Bib
- Fold bib in half lengthwise.
- Trace circle with center at 1/3 of bib.
- Cut out circle.
- Cut strip of ribbing 2 3/4u2032u2032 wide and 12 1/2u2032u2032 long.
- Zigzag or serge short ends of ribbing together (almost no seam allowance).