Bibs Galore!

This past week I spent my 'spare time' in my sewing room making a stash of bibs.
A few are ready to give away to newly born babies.
I also made 8 bibs to sell in my etsy shop. I have no idea if they will sell, but if they don't that's okay too. There will always be babies to give them too!

Bought the cute house/flower/butterfly print at a sample sale at Quilt Essentials.
Love the mushroom print paired up with those dots!
A bib is a small project to try a new (to me) quilting technique.

Take a look at the bibs in my shop. Tell me, how do my listings look? Do you see anything I need to fix up or add? I'm just a newbie at this so any advice would be great. (I only listed 5 of the bibs so far. I will add more in a couple of weeks.)

Now I have a few other projects that need my attention. Have a good day!


  1. So many fun prints! They look great Alisa!

  2. Oh my gosh...these are great!
    What wonderful fabrics!

  3. Ohh! I love it:) The mushroom one is my favourite. I have a baby who cannot seem to keep any clothes dry lately. I might just have to get her a fun looking bib instead of the food stained left over ones I still have from her brothers...

  4. And about tips...my biggest tip when it comes to selling on Etsy is: Try to list one thing a day. If you have 3 more bibs to list, list one a day. That way there is an item of yours at the top of the lists, and you have more chance of being seen. Most people only browse through the first 10 pages or so, and just don't spend the time to dig deeper. If you have only one item up higher on the listing pages, they can click on it and find your store.
    If there is a day that we don't sell anything, we renew a listing, and will promptly sell a couple patterns.
    Bibs are great low cost items to show people some more expensive items that they weren't really looking for, but love anyways.
    It is a great idea, I'm sure you will sell well!