T-shirt turned bib
Here's a great way to recycle an old t-shirt and reduce the amount of pastels in your babies wardrobe.
Cut our additional layers (1-3 depending on how thin the shirt is and how absorbent you want the bib to be.) I have used the bottom part of the shirt and some cotton (that does not stretch). I used 4 layers of the U2 t-shirt, 2 layer of the brown t-shirt, and one layer of flannel on the back.
Also cut around the front next line, leaving an inch or two of the ribbing from the back of the shirt to attach the Velcro if the shirt is small or the baby big.