Here’s how to make a super easy DIY bandana bib for babies and kids.
- cool printed napkin - snaps and fasteners kit with pliers - scissors - pencil or sewing chalk - straight pins - iron and sewing machine
Begin by cutting a diagonal line on a square piece of fabric, creating two triangle shapes.
Next, sew a 1/4 inch seam along all three edges.
*If you’re using a finished napkin like mine, you’ll only need to finish one side (the side that was cut). The other two edges will remain intact, though you may need to add a backstitch or two to keep the edged from fraying from where it was cut.
Next up is the snaps and fasteners. Almost done! Start by measuring 6 inches from the center on both sides (12 inches across) and 7 inches from the center on both sides (13 inches across). Use the snap and fasteners tool to attach the snaps.
If desired, knot each end for an added detail. And it’s ready to use.
Side note…You can add a more absorbent backing to the bib if desired (which you would do in steps 1 and 2). But if you’re into keeping things simple, like I am, a single layer is just fine.