I spent some time over the weekend with my favorite 1 year old twins. It was the first time we had lunched together. I was inspired to make some extra long bibs as a surprise Christmas gift. A quick search resulted in this free toddler bib pattern. The original uses oil canvas and bias tape. The link has a great tutorial along with it.
Changes from the original included using a single piece of fabric, folded on the upper age for the pocket.
There were a couple scraps that were too small. I spliced on another piece of fabric and top stitched it in place.
The backing was left from the quilt I finished yesterday. It was a cotton sheet from Ikea. I found a small hole right in the center of one of back layers.
I found a piece of white fabric that had some fusible on the back already, and stitched on a secret flower.
With all the unexpected adaptations I had to make, it was still under 3 hours for 4 bibs.
A nice change of pace from quilting.