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La gourmandise me perdra... Ce blog ne devient pas un blog culinaire rassurez-vous, mais joindre l'utile à l'agréable...

Keep your little one in style with DIY bibs! 1) Cut 2 pieces of coordinating fabric & 1 piece of fusible fleece. 2) Sew 15” of ribbon on each shoulder, & iron on fusible fleece to main fabric's wrong side, & align the main & second fabrics' right sides. 4) Sew 1/4" from edge all the way around bib, leaving a 1 1/2” opening. 4) Trim corners & make small cuts around bib. Do not clip the sew line. 5) Turn bib inside out, press & hand sew the open space to finish. Refer to Simplicity pattern…

Keep your little one in style with DIY bibs! 1) Cut 2 pieces of coordinating fabric & 1 piece of fusible fleece. 2) Sew 15” of ribbon on each shoulder, & iron on fusible fleece to main fabric's wrong side, & align the main & second fabrics' right sides. 4) Sew 1/4" from edge all the way around bib, leaving a 1 1/2” opening. 4) Trim corners & make small cuts around bib. Do not clip the sew line. 5) Turn bib inside out, press & hand sew the open space to finish. Refer to Simplicity pattern…

KAH says: at first glance this looks like another tuto on how to make a tote bag--it is actually directions for a sac à tarte. A pie bag.

KAH says: at first glance this looks like another tuto on how to make a tote bag--it is actually directions for a sac à tarte. A pie bag.

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