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How to Upcycle a T-Shirt Into a Baby Bib

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Updated January 20, 2017
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How to Upcycle a T-Shirt Into a Baby Bib
How to Upcycle a T-Shirt Into a Baby Bib
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Baby clothes can get expensive, so why not make some baby supplies instead? This seven-step DIY baby bib tutorial will teach you How to Upcycle a T-Shirt Into a Baby Bib. The tutorial also includes the pattern for the adorable owl applique that's on the black bib. We love how this project uses materials that everyone has around the house, making this a perfect thrifty alternative to buying new baby bibs. Turning a t-shirt into a baby bib is a genius idea, and it's especially great for new mothers or as a gift to a mother. It's simple enough that even beginner sewers can master it, and creative sewers can modify the tutorial or even design other appliques for the bib. This versatile baby sewing project will soon become one of your favorites.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueSewing

Easy

Project TypeMake a Project

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You certainly go thru a lot of bibs in one day! This is a great way to use old T-shirts or even other slightly worn out clothing items to upcycle into something very useful. Embroidering a cute animal or name on the front is a lovely touch - and this would even make a nice baby shower gift! Super project - thanks so much for sharing!

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