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Linen bibs

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by Emma Elwin on 19 November, 2016

Bibs made of towels.

Dylan is teething which means he drools like never before. I scanned the second-hand market for nice bibs but couldn’t really find any to my liking, so I used small linen towels to make my own. Face towels are the perfect size. These are very much inspired by a handkerchief Ellen Dixdotter had on her daughter, she might be the best-dressed baby I have ever seen. Such a little cutie! To make his little bibs, I just sewed on some press studs and they were done, so easy.

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3 Comments

Sandra: Tack för svar!!
November 26, 2016

Emma: Dessa är från granit :)
November 25, 2016

Sandra: Men så fin och fiffigt! Min bebis har precis börjat dregla massor, och tycker precis som du att det inte finns så många fina scarfs på marknaden. Så denna måste jag göra! Får en fråga vart handduken kommer ifrån? Försökte googla men kunde inte hitta ansiktshanddukar i linne (eller så är det min amningshjärna som inte lyckas klura ut vad en ska googla för att hitta ;) ). Hmm!
November 24, 2016

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