Bib Tip #4 - Choosing Storage

Keep your Clothing Protectors in a convenient location where you put them on without thinking or being tempted to just skip if for today.

Murphy's Law indicates that the time you don't bother to wear your clothing protector is the time you are going to make the biggest mess.



Sites for making Adult Bibs with Vinyl

Make Plastic/ Vinyl Adult Bib

Make Stylish Bibs for Adult & Senior Needs

Free, Full Size, Downloadable Sewing Patterns

Make this adult bib in a plastic fabric. This a pattern similar to the Pink Plaid except the body piece is not gathered so so that it is suitable for vinyl and plastic fabrics that can be wiped down instead of laundered. There is a drip pocket added as the plastic fabrics do not absorb drips and run down past the bib and stain clothing. You can also make this adult bib with regular fabrics.

Clear Plastic Senior Bib Pattern

Make this adult bib with plasic or vinyl fabrics, (plastic tablecloth fabric) which are best used with a drip pocket. It is also suitable for Cotton Flannelette, Tablecloth Fabric or any fabric that is absorbent and launders well.
* Pre- wash fabrics .

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to bring up the the PDF Version of the Pattern & save it to your computer

DownLoad Adult Bib Pattern

**Print the Pieces and Tape Them Together
Matching the Grid Lines and Letters.

Before starting choose a yoke based on the type of fabric that you are using.

#1. Sewing Instructions:
How to Make a Plastic/Vinyl Bib Finished with Bias Tape.

*If you wish to use fabric with a bais tape finish, use 2 layers of fabric for the yoke.

Step #1

*Use tissue paper when stitching plastic to prevent bunching, remove paper after stitching is done*

Step #2 Finish Body Piece

Step #3 Assemble the Yoke

Step # 4 Velcro

#2. Sewing Instructions:
How to Make a Fabric Bib,
Finished with Facings

Step #1

*Cut out pieces using the outside lines for a fabric bib that needs seam allowances.

Step #2 Finish Body Piece

Step #3 Assemble the Yoke

Step # 4 Velcro




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