- square of fabric 7 1/2" x 10 1/2" for top of bib
- square of fabric 8 1/2" x 11 1/2" for bottom of bib
- square of chenille 16" x 11 1/2" for bib backing (I couldn't find chenille so I used terry cloth. You could get creative here on the back fabric. Minky would probably be cute and soft as well.)
- lightweight fusible interfacing
- ribbon, ric rac, or trim of your choice (optional)
- rotary cutter/mat/ruler
- 2" piece of 1/2" velcro (I bought black to match the backing)
- pattern from Sew She Sews
I bought fat quarters for the top of the bib. They worked great and then I'm not left with a bunch of leftover fabric. You could probably make 3 or 4 bibs out of two fat quarters.
I skipped the ric rac step on mine because I realized that I didn't have thread the same color. Sad, I know. I had been to the store so many times for this project that I felt like I just needed to finish them. I totally bought the wrong interfacing and had to go back to the store for that already. I hate when that happens. I think they turned out really cute without the ric rac and I'm excited to make some more.