Keep your little one clean and dry in style with a bandana drool bib! This is a quick and easy sew perfect and makes a great beginner project!
Download your free pattern here and get the tutorial on the BLOG
Posted by Unknown on 27th Nov 2016
Nice pattern, but not real practical since baby outgrows it so fast.
Posted by Unknown on 31st Aug 2016
I made several of these for my granddaughter. They do become wet quickly but she drools a LOT. I used PUL fabric on one side which helps considerably and having several allows changes when one becomes soiled. Very nice pattern and instructions. Thanks.
Posted by Emily Bilitz on 6th Oct 2015
My three-month-old has recently begun to drool, can It be that time already? I knew right away I had to go to a peekaboo pattern for drool bibs! This pattern is easy to follow and a very quick sew. I added two snaps so that it could be adjustable in size and grow with her!!!! This is a great go to pattern !
Posted by Suzanne Buckner on 14th Sep 2015
Super easy & quick to sew pattern. I'm not a novice, but I think a beginner could see this up.
Posted by Amista B. on 9th Aug 2015
Im not a beginner sewer, but even a novice could use this pattern and tutorial. The finished product is super cute and not too bulky around the neck. Fast and easy.
Posted by Trisha on 31st Jul 2015
This pattern fits my daughter perfectly. It only took about 20 minutes to print and make one. Such a fast and easy project!
Posted by Erica on 3rd Jul 2015
This was so fast & easy to make! I made a 4th of July holiday bib for my niece. My sis loved it and has asked me to make a bunch more! Thanks for the free pattern!
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Jul 2015
adorable! It's hard sometimes to find cute things for boys. This is going to be my top go to gift for boy presents !
Posted by Cari Fritz on 31st Mar 2015
This quick little sew is perfect for those crazy droolers. Thanks Amy for the free pattern!
Posted by pippie on 18th Mar 2015
I have change it for adult and use them hiding dialysis ventricles throat to our patients and they are happy :-)
We love them
Posted by Melissa on 26th Jan 2015
Such a cute pattern. Very easy and quick to whip up. We loved it so much we made one for every day!
Posted by Wenonah on 12th Nov 2014
I added some light interfacing to the corners where the snaps go & I think it'll help stop the fabric from tearing when pulling on the snaps.
It's was a super easy pattern that anyone could do too.
Posted by Brenda Melahn on 23rd Oct 2014
I made this for my daughter-in-law's sister who is expecting a little boy in December. It was SO easy, so cute, and she wants me to make more!! Took maybe an hour, including a sew on snap. LOVE it!!