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Picture of Baby Owl Bib

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Pattie Donham-Wilkinson

Known by her friends and fans as “PattieWack,” she’s creative and wacky. She’s got a million ideas to transform the humdrum into wow, bring new life to everyday objects, or create something that is both out of this world and daringly stylish.

Baby Owl Bib

You’ll have a hoot of a time dressing up a plain bib for your little owlet using some ribbon, Tulip® iron-on transfers and fabric paints.

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Instructions:

1. Prewash bib without fabric softener. Iron flat.

2. Squeeze a puddle of paint into disposable plate.

3. Use sponge pouncer to paint polka dots onto bib. Let dry.

4. Preheat dry iron to wool setting. Place bib on a hard surface.

5. Position transfer on bib with paper side facing up.

6. Press, using a firm, even circular motion for 30-60 seconds, until design has completely transferred.

7. Immediately peel paper away, starting at one corner, making sure design has completely transferred. Repeat iron, if necessary.

8. Use Fabric Fusion® Pen to adhere trim around edge of bib, pinning in place until set. Let dry.

9. When set, pull out pins to complete.

Miscellaneous:

  • Straight pins
  • Coordinating ruffle trim
  • Pressing cloth
  • Iron
  • Disposable plate
  • Scissors
  • Yellow 100% cotton baby bib

Designed By:

https://www.ilovetocreate.com/content/images/thumbs/0047081_250.png

Pattie Donham-Wilkinson

Known by her friends and fans as “PattieWack,” she’s creative and wacky. She’s got a million ideas to transform the humdrum into wow, bring new life to everyday objects, or create something that is both out of this world and daringly stylish.