Hi there and happy October! This post has been a long time coming. We had a crazy couple of weeks around here with a case of the croup, a bully at school, broken lawn mower and broken toilet ugh! Most of that is behind us now thankfully :) Anyway I am so excited to share this pair of Burnisde Bibs with you. The pattern is from Sewhouse Seven.
I opted to sew up version1 which it more fitted and includes an invisible zipper. I made a straight size 2 with no alterations or modifications aside for some extra top stitching. I used a 100% linen fabric that I found at my local Joann store.
These came together much quicker than I was expecting (which is good because my mom has already requested a pair). I'm thinking of a full length in a rust color for me for fall and winter too.
I really love all of the details of these bibs! All of the belt loops in the back and how the straps become the ties. You can choose to tie in the from or the back.
This is such a great pattern and so on trend right now. The instructions are clear and well written. I'm excited to try more Sewhouse Seven patterns in the future.
Thanks for stopping by!