Sewing Adult Bibs
I have made these after someone gave my husband an adult bib. My husband suffers from a brain disease called FTD, you can go to my profile to get the full name. I am his caregiver/wife. I decided to make more of my own, and had so much shirting material. I got the hand towels from the $1 store which are a perfect size. I've made more for other families in need. They are super easy. It pays to know how to sew. :-)
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Valerie on Apr 06, 2014What a wonderful gift of love! Does it simply get put over the head, or is there a closure at the back?
Jane on Apr 08, 2014Hi Anna, I lived in San Antonio years ago-miss that river walk! I am a caregiver for my adult disabled brother and 87 year old mom. Can't tell you how grateful I am to run across this post. My brother needs a bib constantly and these look easy and inexpensive to do. We were paying $10-$12 each for inexpensive and ugly bibs. Some days we go through three or four bibs so that can get costly. I also like that these can be made to coordinate to his outfits. Let's face it a bib is a bib and hard to hide but at least these can be made in colors and fabrics that are a little less conspicuous. It is important to me to try to take care of him in a way that preserves his dignity when meeting his special needs.