Halloween Ghost Baby Bib


Halloween Ghost Baby Bib for September Monthly Craft Destash Challenge from www.thisautoimmunelife.com
Every month a group of bloggers are challenged by C’mon Get Crafty to create a new craft or project from their own stash of goodies! You are allowed $10 max for necessities, but must primarily use items you already own. Check out some awesome creations you might be able to make from your own stash! This month I am sharing how to create your own Halloween Ghost Baby Bib!
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Halloween Ghost Baby Bib for September Monthly Craft Destash Challenge from www.thisautoimmunelife.com

Halloween Ghost Baby Bib

Materials:
¼ yard orange colored fabric
¼ yard flannel
6″ x 6″ piece of white fabric
small piece of Heat and Bond Lite
small piece of fusible interfacing
Babyville snaps
black embroidery floss
Directions:
Part 1
1. Using the pattern (or any pattern of your choice), cut 1 bib from the orange fabric and 1 bib from the flannel.
2. Trace the ghost pattern on paper side of Heat and Bond Lite. The ghost should be a little less than 6″ x 6″. Make sure you are using the Lite product if you are sewing your applique on your sewing machine. If you use a heavier one it can gunk up your needle. Follow the directions to iron the Heat and Bond to the wrong side of the white piece of fabric. Then cut out the ghost.
3. Iron the ghost to the right side of the orange fabric following the directions on your package. 
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Part 2
4. Cut out a piece of fusible interfacing to cover the ghost with about a 1″ margin all the way around. Iron it on the back side of the orange fabric. This will keep your fabric from puckering when you applique.
5. Using the zigzag stitch on your sewing machine, sew all the way around the outside edge of the ghost. 
6. For the ghost’s mouth and eyes use 3 strands of the black embroidery floss. Sew a stem stitch in a semi-circle for the mouth. For the eyes, use a back stitch to outline the circles then fill in with a satin stitch. Then just add some straight stitches if you want your ghost to be a girl.
Baby Ghost Bib Tutorial from www.thisautoimmunelife.com
Part 3
7. Place the orange fabric and flannel fabrics right sides together. Sew around the outside edge with a zigzag stitch leaving about a 2″ opening along the bottom for turning. Clip curves then turn right side out. Iron along the edge then sew the opening along the bottom closed with either your machine or hand stitching.
Baby Ghost Bib Tutorial from www.thisautoimmunelife.com
8. Add a snap to each side of the top of the bib. You could also add Velcro or a button for securing the bib. 

The only thing I had to buy for this project was the snaps and the snaps pliers. I had a pair of snap pliers but they didn’t work with these plastic snaps. The package of 60 snaps cost $7.99. With my 60% off coupon they came out to a cost of $0.18 each. The pliers cost $8.00 with an additional 60% off coupon. Of course they will be able to be used for many more projects. 

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5 comments on “Halloween Ghost Baby Bib

  1. This little bib is so adorable.

  2. The little ghost is just so cute. Great project.

  3. This is so stinkin’ cute! I wish I could get to my sewing machines to make this for my new niece or nephew who will arrive before Halloween!

  4. How precious is this adorable little ghost baby?? I love this project, so stinking cute!

  5. That is absolutely adorable! Thanks so much for sharing with us at the Hello Fall linky party. Pinned.

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