Making this easy DIY baby bandana bib is a no-brainer for anyone that has a baby on the way. Bibs are a great baby shower gift and, of course, making custom is always the best way to go.
Plus, if you know me, you know that I love using my Cricut and this baby bib pattern makes putting together this baby gift super fast. It took me more time to pick out the fabric than to put the actual bib together.
And I picked out the cutest little cow-poke fabric that totally goes with this burp cloth set. It’s kind of genius if you ask me.
Which is what this is all about, right?! Because new moms don’t need a bunch of mismatched silliness, right? All matchy-matchy, that’s my plan. LOL!
In all seriousness, though, this project is so much fun and went by so quickly, I could make 5 or 10 and not miss a beat.
The toughest part is attaching the little snap, but I think that’s just because it seems like every time I use the snap-maker tool I forget how to use it.
You’d think it was pretty straight-forward, but I feel like I stare at it for at least 5 minutes every time wondering where to put all the pieces and make it work.
Easy DIY Baby Bib
This is one of those projects that’s pretty straight-forward. I put the pattern out so you can just download it and then you’ll just upload it to Cricut Design Space from there.
Pop your rotary blade in and cut your material, then assemble and hem.
And, if you’re like me, you stare at the snap maker for a few minutes then apply a snap. You can even add a few more if you’d like to do some adjustable snaps, but I went with one. Simple and straightforward.
Super quick and easy, you’re going to want to make this again the next baby that comes along, so be sure to pin it to your favorite Cricut crafts board on Pinterest!
What You Need to Make an Easy DIY Baby Bandana Bib
- 1/4 yd Fabric in your choice of pattern
- 1/4 yd Terrycloth fabric
- Plastic snap
- Thread in the corresponding color
- Circut Maker with Rotary Blade
- Snap tool
I also made these adorable Easy Burp Cloth Pattern for the Cricut Maker too! You should check it out. If you want more baby craft ideas then you will want to grab this DIY Baby Shower Gifts To Make With Your Cricut post too!