Download long-sleeved baby bib pattern here.

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Pin front piece to toweling (wrong sides together)

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Serge or zig-zag together

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Make the hem of the sleeve pieces

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Attach sleeves to facing piece, right-sides together and sew.

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Finish off edges with bias binding

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Attach velcro

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11 Comments

  1. Mikayla
    September 1, 2014

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  2. Elsa
    September 11, 2014

    Hello, here is my long-sleeved baby bibs: http://elsacouture.canalblog.com/archives/2014/09/04/30528451.html . Thanks you for the pattern!!!

    Reply
    • laura
      September 12, 2014

      Mieux que l’original! J’aime. Le bavoir pirate est mon préféré.

      Reply
  3. Elsa
    September 12, 2014

    Merci beaucoup pour les compliments!! (en français c’est plus facile pour moi^^)

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  4. Betty Hampton
    January 8, 2015

    Hi,
    I was so glad to find your sleeved bib pattern. Can you tell me approx what age enfant/child this pattern is for. My grandson is 6 mos but already into 9 month size clothes.

    Thank you,
    Betty

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    • laura
      March 31, 2015

      I would say 6 months, but it’s been forever since I had a 6 month old!:) I usually make them/gift them as baby gifts just to be sure.
      Has anybody made them recently? How old were your babies when they wore them? Thanks!

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  5. Judy
    March 13, 2015

    Hello!!

    Your ‘long sleeved baby bib’ has been a wonderful baby gift for
    my grandchildren.
    So much so, the mommies are pleading for me to make a large size
    bib exactly like the one I made from your pattern.
    Can you help me figure out how to do a larger size? It would be
    for one yr.olds to 18 months.
    I sew but I’m rather uncertain how to gage the arm-holes and so
    on..
    thanks so much,
    Judy
    Israel

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    • laura
      March 31, 2015

      I’m with you. Not really sure how to scale it up to a bigger size, without an 18-month to try it on…
      If anybody makes a bigger size and would like to share, please let me know!

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  6. Claire May
    March 28, 2015

    Love it! Thanks for the tutorial. My son is in need of one (or more) of these!

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  7. Elsa
    April 30, 2015

    Thanks again for the pattern. New long-sleeved bibs on my website: http://elsacouture.canalblog.com/archives/2015/04/30/31978596.html.

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  8. Judi
    May 31, 2015

    Just a guess as I’ve not made it or even printed the pieces. But maybe print them larger than 100%? Take the finished measurements of the pattern as is, compare that to what you’d like for finished measurements, and then determine the % you need to print at. If you’re looking for a big increase go for 150% – the scale will remain intact. Just remember that changing the percentage also changes the size of a seam allowance. So…if it was 1/2″ – and then you printed at 150% – your new seam allowance is 3/4″ (50% larger). If the pieces go beyond a standard size piece of paper, print with the ’tile pages’ option and tape them together.

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