How to Sew a Bib with a
Crochet Appliqué for Easter
Easter has always been one of my favorite holidays. I remember helping my mom boil eggs and make up different bowls of dye so my brother and I could color them. We always argued over who created the prettiest eggs! Then the night before the Easter bunny was due to arrive I would be so excited I could barely sleep. What goodies would I get? What would my Easter basket look like? How many eggs would I find at the egg hunt? Eventually I would drift off to sleep dreaming of chocolate bunnies and jelly beans.
Now as a new mommy I can’t wait to enjoy the holiday with my little one. I am excited to color eggs with him, pick out his Easter basket, and fill it with special treats just for him. Oh… and the egg hunts will be so much fun!
Unfortunately, that will all have to wait until next year because this Easter my little guy will only be four months old. I mean honestly, he doesn’t even have teeth to rot out with candy yet! 😉
Instead, I decided to make his first Easter gift. I chose to sew him a bib because well… he’s a baby and he drools a lot. Lol. I thought it would be a perfect chance to do my first fabric/crochet hybrid project or what I like to call a “creative combo”. I settled on using fabric to make his bib and then adorning it with a crocheted baby chick or duck. Here’s how I put it all together: