How to Attach a Bias Binding Edge

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This is our Aiden & Ava Bib, we made these years ago and they are still one of our most popular patterns. It makes total sense that they are always a favorite because they are adorable, reversible, stay on your child and simple to make. The only part that seems to make people a little nervous is attaching the bias binding edge, but it is so simple! And to show you how easy we decided to make a little tutorial.  This bias binding edge is also a great way to finish off any bib you design, pockets, a neckline and many other sewn items. Click the following link to download our tutorial, and get sewing whether its with our bib design or one of your very own.  Simple Bias Binding Edge Tutorial

If you would like to give our Aiden & Ava Bibs a try, we offer them in kits with the same adorable fabrics we have used, plus pre-cut bias strips. Or if you like to pick your own fabrics, you can just get a PDF version of the pattern.

The picture below shows the back view of our bibs, which when turned inside out is the reverse side of the bib, it can be worn on either side.

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My Beatrix looking pretty adorable in her Aiden & Ava Bib.

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This is one of my very favorite dresses made for me by Jeanette (my MIL and the other Pipers Girl). It also has the same bias binding edge around the collar and on the edge of the short sleeves.

Aiden & Ava Bibs

JUST IN! These darling Aiden & Ava bibs, shown above! They are in kits, with lots of darling fabrics to choose from and the bias is pre-cut for you! You can also get just the pattern that comes with all of the variations shown in the picture above. There are options for both boys and girls and they are also reversible!! UPDATE: This Bib pattern has been updated in a PDF with great step by step photos and also comes in new fabric kits!