Fabric craft

Heat n’ Bond Bibs

Another style of bib I often make is using pre-made bibs and attaching a cut out using Heat n’ Bond.  You could of course, make your own for this as well.  

Find your design in the Cricut Design Space software (I have the subscription), get them ready to cut.  Pop your Heat n’ Bond on the back of the fabric – I prefer to iron on the paper rather than the fabric just to make sure the adhesive doesn’t come through.  

One ready and cooled down, put it on your Cricut mat, fabric side up.  I have a blade I use specifically for this as cutting paper can dull the blade.  Make sure you put your settings to bonded fabric and cut away. Once cut, peel the paper off the back and iron onto the fabric using the temperature recommendations for the fabric using. 

Goose bib

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