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craftykrish2010
« on: August 06, 2012 09:21:26 PM »

I wanted to make a baby bib for my nephew!

When I saw him holding a plate in his hands, I just got this idea of using that same plate for making a pattern for his own baby bib. I used large plate to draw a 3/4 of the circle for the pattern and overlapped it with another small plate to make a neckline of the bib.

This project turned out really good. I was wondering anyone using such weird tools to make patterns?

baby bib pattern at http://decoratingandcookingforchristmas.com/handmade-holidays/make-baby-bib
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« Reply #1 on: August 07, 2012 06:07:10 AM »

I use plates and all kinds of things around the house to make patterns. No way I could free hand most of the things I makes lol.
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