Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Zakka Along 2.0 Patchwork, Please - Yum-Yum Apple Bib

We made it to the children chapter! This is so exciting! I can actually make these for my pretty girl! That's her nickname..."pretty girl" or "beautiful". Anyways, I wasn't sure which color to go with so I chose a traditional green apple. I think I'll whip some up in every color! Kind of like those "day of the week" things for kids. One color for every day. This bib came together super quick! The binding took the longest because it says to do it by hand. I may cheat on the rest of the bibs and do it by machine....hehe...I'm a rebel I know.

In case you were wondering, I cut my binding to be a finished 1/2" instead of 1/4". I hate working with tiny bindings! See? Rebel...



Zakka Along 2.0 Patchwork, Please - Yum-Yum Apple Bib

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24 comments:

  1. This turned out SO cute! Curious if you cut 1" binding or wider - ?

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  2. adorable!! love this color green...so retro feeling!

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  3. I seriously need to make one of these!!! (or two or three...) What could be better than an apple bib???!!!Adorable!

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  4. Very cute! I'm surprised it says to hand sew the binding, I would think a machine stitched binding would hold up better (but maybe that is just compared to my hand stitching abilities :)

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  5. That is super adorable! You just have to make one in many colors

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  6. That's super cute! Being a rebel is what makes life grand. If we all did everything the same, it would be BOR-ing!

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  7. Looks great, if we all followed the rules, imagine how dull and boring life would be. Love the bib, thanks for linking up to 'Anything Goes'

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  8. Gorgeous bib!!! Now I need a baby to make this for... any lying around? ;-)
    I really like the thicker binding. It fits here perfectly! It gives it more of a "cartoon" feel! LOVE LOVE LOVE
    Esther
    esthersipatchandquilt at yahoo dot com

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  9. girl, I am about machine binding all. the. way. This project is so cute, and a whole little set of them would be precious.

    Thank you so much for sharing at Needle and Thread Thursday!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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  10. Do it by machine!! It is a very sweet bib:-)

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  11. Such a sweet bib! You did an excellant job!

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  12. Adorable bib! I would be a bit of rebel and sew by machine too!

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  13. Very sweet! The last time I made one of these I think I fibbed the entire thing. We are going to be have a new little one in Feb. so maybe I will use a tute this time!

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  14. Great job with your bib! :)

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  15. Awww... how sweet! I think a set would be too cute.

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  16. So cute, and the wider binding is definitely better here!

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  17. Adorable, Stephanie!! I don't think you could have too many of these on hand! Whoop whoop!!

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  18. Really loving the colours you have used. They are so fresh and reminiscent of a real crisp apple.

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  19. What a gorgeous bib! Hand stitching is neater... but stuff it hahaha Machine all the way (unless I really really have to)

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  20. So stinkin' cute!! Love apples and green. So awesome!

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  21. So cute! I love the apple shape and the fabric! I'm pinning this cute bib!

    Navy Wifey Peters @ Submarine Sunday Link Party

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