Monday, September 12, 2011


Lily is what I like to call an "artistic eater".  And a houdini when it comes to getting out of bibs.  I am at the point that I need to buy stock in Oxi-Clean or try something else.  So when I saw this post from my friend Gwen at Gwenny Penny I knew that my Lily had to have one twenty .  To make it easy for myself I started out with one :)  The bapron (bib/apron) is an original pattern by Jess at Craftiness is not Optional.  If you haven't checked her blog out before, you really should! Jess is an amazing sewer and has the coolest and cutest projects and she's super nice too!  And of course check out the bapron pattern and tutorial because if I can do it anyone can.  I used a vintage sheet and fat quarter for mine.  Here's the end result:

And here is why we use baprons in our house:



  1. The bapron is adorable. I think I need to make 20 for Olivia as well. Would it be a fashion faux pas if she wore one all day? ;)

    1. I made a Bapron for my granddaughter who was not born yet. At 5 months old she got to wear it. My daughter now wants more because Olivia has out grown her infant bibs and her mother likes the Bapron because it covers her completely.. Thank You for your free pattern.

  2. Adorable! And the little girl wearing it is adorable as well. Since I had all boys, I just took their shirts off when they ate (well, not always).

  3. That is so cute! And functional. And cute! You did a great job on that--very very nice.

  4. That is a great idea. I must admit that I was hoping you were making these for senior citizens. I don't sew, and my mom wears things like these. I think there is an untapped market out there for easy clothes to wear for stroke victims. Your little girl is sooooo cute. Maybe you could get her one of those plastic bowls with the straw. My granddaughter really likes that.

  5. So cute! The bapron is adorable too!

  6. never heard of a bapron before, but I might have to get one for my niece! Your pics are too cute!

  7. Adorable, Andi! Isn't it awesome?!? Love that you used a vintage sheet. Really cute combination of fabrics.

    And thanks for the shout out :)

  8. Andi, I have made the baprons from CINO as well and am wondering - did you adjust the pattern any to fit your daughter? I've only made them so far for other people's babies (bad mommy!) so I haven't tried any on my daughter but I'm thinking they might be a little small (she's only 15 months but tall) - thanks!

  9. Oh my goodness that is the cutest thing I've ever seen! Such adorable pics too! Love the fabrics you've used =) x

  10. hehe love the action shots! The fabric you chose is downright adorable. Thanks for sharing!

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