Back Fabric (Generally I use flannel or terry cloth for the back fabric because it is absorbent.)
First, I find a bib that I really like. In this case the bib measured 7 inches across by 9 inches down. I fold it in half and lay it on fabric that is folded in half. Then cut about a 1/4 -1/2 inch wider then the bib.
Remember, I was cutting out a lot of bibs. You will need one of the front fabric and one of the back fabric for each bib you want to make.
Then you are going to pin the front and back pieces together with right sides facing inward toward each other.
I did this to a lot of bibs.
You then are going to sew the two bibs together leaving a 2 inch hole somewhere long the bib. I like to leave mine at the bottom of the bib, but you can do it where you like.
It should look like this when you are done.
Next grab your scissors. You are going to make small little cuts along any curved edges on the bib. Make sure to NOT cut into the stitching though. They are just little snips. It is going to help when you turn the bib right side out to not have the fabric buckle on the curve areas.
See, just little snips. Be careful.
I like to use chop sticks or knitting needles to poke out all the corners and edges. When you are done with that iron the whole bib nice and flat.