June 9, 2010


We needed some more toddler bibs at school, and we like those nifty t-shirt-collar-inserted-into-a-dishtowel types. The old ones are pretty raggedy, so it was a bit of a rush order.

Initially I thought I could just make them, because honestly-it’s a collar in a towel, so how hard could it be? Then I realized I didn’t know where to buy collar stuff….. and also that I don’t know how to sew round things (I’m only moderately good at squarish-stuff)…. and also that I don’t have any kind of time for this.

Bring on the psaghetti.

This was my first etsy purchase, and I’m quite pleased with the speedy transaction. Thank you, Jenn! You saved the day!

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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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4 Responses to “Bibberific”

  1. Brad Said on:

    Those would be great for eating spaghetti. Do they make them in bath sheet size?


  2. Rae Said on:

    They look like they would make wonderful “stay-in-place” super hero capes for the little ones as well. Eat your spaghetti and then turn it around for hours of action packed fun!

    Superhero: “It’s a cape!”
    Criminal: “No, it’s a bib.”
    Superhero: “No, it’s a cape!”
    Criminal: “Then why is there spaghetti on it?”
    Superhero: “I am NOODLE MAN!”


  3. Peggy Said on:

    I love those bibs, but I could never use them on my kids because their heads were too big. Seriously. I tried smashing them on, but my kids would complain…oh the scars!


  4. Kristi Said on:

    Sewing circle things is AWFUL! I avoid it, too.


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