Thursday, April 21, 2016

Happy Passover! Decorate your Local (or Distant) Baby!

Passover starts tomorrow night!  If you happen to have a baby in your life, and some trompe-l'oeil matzoh fabric in your stash (I buy it here), this project will take you less than an hour

It's a bib for my 4-month-old grand-nephew Noah, who I haven't met yet, because he lives on the other side of the country  According to his grandparents (my in-laws) little Noah is the smartest, sweetest, best-behaved baby ever! Plus, of course the cutest. Wouldn't any baby look great in this?

On the other side, Chanukah fabric:
And that project was so fast that I made Noah a second bib, with chicks on one side... (I wasn't seeking an Easter theme, it just happened)...
...and non-denominational dolphins on the reverse....
I use velcro to close the back.

Realistic matzoh fabric is a source of unending laughter and inspiration for me. Here are 25 more things I've made from matzoh fabric. Hope they inspire you! And wishing all who celebrate a creative and sweet Passover!

4 comments:

  1. That's a great shape for a bib, and cute fabric! I'm sure Noah --and his parents-- will love it. Happy Passover, Cathy!

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    1. Thank you, Maria, and a happy Pesach to you!

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  2. I love thecshapevof your bib, also! Aren't bibs a hoot! Lucky baby,mCathy, 😊

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    1. Bibs are great! And so necessary, at many different stages of life. Thanks, Roberta!

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