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These in the hoop bibs are fast and fun to make.
Combine them with some of our other in the hoop baby designs for a one of a kind baby shower gift.
This bib comes in three sizes and in two versions – one with the applique cupcake design and the words “Cupcake Cutie” the other version comes without design and wording.
The background of the bibs is motif quilted.
Closure is accomplished by applying snaps or machine sewing Velcro to the bib. The bibs are turned right side out through an opening in the back lining. That opening gets fused shut or can be stitched closed by hand.
All bibs come with placement guidelines for snaps; the 7x11 and 8x12 version come with two guidelines to make adjusting of the bibs to different ages and neck sizes easier.
All done in one hooping.
Bibs come in the 6x10”, 7x11” and 8x12” hoop sizes.
|6"x10" Product Specs|
|Finish Size||5.94" x 9.40”|
|Mega Hoop Product Specs|
|Finish Size||6.92" x 11.00”|
|Finish Size||7.85" x 11.68”|
This product may be used to create limited products for sale. Bulk product manufacturing is not permitted.
Graphic artist for cupcake: www.sugarbeargraphics.com
6x10” 10” circumference (infant up to 3 months)
7x11” 11” circumference (can be adjusted down to 10” with snaps)
8x12” 12” circumference (can be adjusted down to 11”; appropriate for toddlers)
As you start your sewing for baby, please keep in mind that babies are delicate
and in need of constant supervision. We have done all in our power to make sure
the items you are about to stitch are safe for baby. Please ensure baby’s safety
on your end. Do not allow a child to nap/sleep with a bib or paci strap left in
The paci straps are shorter than a baby’s neck circumference and should not
represent a danger. However, to stay safe, it is recommended that babies not be
left alone or put down to sleep with an item such as this. While we have not
heard or read about any problems with items such as our bibs or paci holders, it is
always better to be safe than sorry.