Andy Scarf Bib

Accessories are a girl’s best friend. So what’s a babies best friend? Bibs. The ultimate accessory for the younger set, it prevents messes and offers a level of styling to mix and match with any outfit. The Andy bib is disguised to look like a scarf and has three layers of fabric for ultimate protection and absorbency. We also offer the Dakota bib if you’d like a bandana shape instead.

Comes in one size. Velcro/snap placement for closure can be adjusted to customize size.

$3.50

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What do you get?

-Instructions/tutorial with real step-by-step photos, and detailed steps including what you will need.
-Pattern sizes are all Adobe Acrobat Layer compatible.
-Seam allowance is included, 3/8” (1cm).
-Instructions/tutorial are in English.

What about the technical stuff?

-Compatible with all standard print paper sizes (A4, A3, US Letter, and Legal).
-Once you receive the file, you will print it from your home printer. It will print on multiple sheets that will need to be taped together. We try to minimize the headache by including lots of colors/markers when piecing together.
-No Serger is required, all you need is a sewing machine that can do a zig-zag and a straight stitch.
-No commercial limitations. Sew and sell as many finished goods as you’d like.

What/how much fabric do you need? 

Check out this page if you want to learn where I find fabric!

Main fabric- light woven cotton
Inner fabric- cotton flannel for absorbency
Lining fabric- plush or terry cloth

You will need a 1/4 yard each of woven fabric, flannel, and a plush or terry cloth fabric (45″ or 60″ wide).

Additional Supplies:

-2” Velcro or snaps (for closure)
-Polyester thread

 

Useful Info

 

1. PRINT SETTINGS

If this is your first time using a PDF pattern, check out these detailed instructions for printing and piecing a pattern.

Make sure print settings are set to 100% scale or actual size. Otherwise, your test square will not be correct. Ideally, before you print off the whole pattern:

You will print off the first page of the pattern and measure. If correct, proceed to print out the rest.

If using Adobe Layers, make sure to select all specific sizes you’d like. If you do not have Adobe Layers, you will get a nested pattern with all sizes.

 

2. WRONG SIZE TEST SQUARE

It happens. Your test square is either too big or too small. The best option is to reprint (see point 1). If you don’t want to waste paper and your square is about 1/4” to 3/8”…

TOO BIG- Size down one size

TOO SMALL– Size up one size

 

3. COMMERCIAL USE

There are no limitations on Peanut Patterns. Sell to whomever however many you’d like.

 

4. DISTRIBUTION

While there is no commercial limitation, every pattern purchased is a license for only one person. This means that you can’t pass out the pattern at your sewing group unless everyone buys a copy (we do want to stay in business).

 

5. DISCLAIMER

This pattern is offered as is without any warranty. Peanut Patterns is not liable for any damage derived from using this pattern. By using this pattern, you agree to the terms of this license.

 

Great customer service and support is where we shine. If for any reason you are unsatisfied please contact:

lauren@peanutpatterns.com