Cheer on your favorite sports team this fall by making these football team DIY baby bibs for your little one. You can cut out any team logo and add them to a bib in just a few minutes. This project looks amazing but is actually super simple to make. Use the same technique on shirts, onesies, pants, and more!
- Silhouette Interfacing.
- Die Cutting Machine & Fabric Blade (optional).
- Bandana (in color of your choice).
- Sewing Machine.
- Plain Bibs.
Iron interfacing onto the back and trim to exactly the same size. Peel off liner piece from back of bandana. There should be a plastic like coating on your fabric. Remember to follow all instructions that come with your interfacing including ironing times.
Trim any remaining threads with scissors when removing.
The logo is now firmly in place on your surface. If you want your DIY baby bibs to be washing machine safe, you will need to break out the sewing machine. Use a zig zag stitch all the way around to make your applique permanent.
Your football team DIY baby bibs are ready just in time for the big game. I chose a logo for our favorite college team (GO TENNESSEE!) however you can choose whichever team your little one will be cheering on.
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