So easy, so fun, so resourceful.
you end up with quite a pile of scraps. Perhaps you’ve noticed, but I just have a hard time wasting stuff like this. I’d say it was because I’m a child of the depression, but I’m not. It’s just fun to find a new life for something on it’s last leg.
You will need:
So, we cut the sleeves off and most of the front and back and cut through the back neck piece of the shirt.
Then we laid the washcloth on top…
and sewed it on.
You can sew down the bottom of the shirt back to the washcloth as well, if you’d like. Some I did, some I didn’t. Either way works.
Another way to do it is to cut the shirt in more of a half circle…
and sew it on top of the washcloth. Again, either way works.
We found that if you turn the bib around–it also makes an adorable cape…
just perfect for the hardworking superhero.