How to Sew a Peter Rabbit Bib
These Peter Rabbit fat quarters are exclusive to Hobbycraft, and they just scream out to be made into beautiful sewing projects for babies and kids, which is why we had a go at using them to make a dribble bib – and you’d be surprised just how easy it is to make!
1. Place your fabric right sides together.
2. Measure across the corner of the fabric to make a triangle. I’ve measured 14 inches across. This will form the neck of the bib.
3. Cut out the fabric and pin together around the edges.
4. Sew the pieces together using a ¼ inch seam allowance. Leave a small gap at the top so that you can turn it right sides out.
5. Trim the seams to approximately 1/8 of an inch.
6. Turn the bib through the gap and press.
7. Fold the edges of the gap inside the bib and press.
8. Top stitch around the edge of the bib using a ¼ seam allowance.
9. Cut approximately 1 inch of Velcro and position it on one end of the neck, on the front side of the bib. Stitch in place using a small straight stitch.
10. Position the other Velcro piece on the other end of the neck, on the back side of the bib and stitch in place.