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Sewing Baby Dribble Bib Workshop

Sewing Workshop for Mum – includes Baby Dribble Bib pattern and step by step guidance

 

Sewing for your bubbly little girl or boy brings so much joy! Would you like to have these cute handmade pieces, but you don’t know how to sew for baby yet? I can help you with this.

SEWING BABY DRIBBLE BIB WORKSHOP

Baby Dribble Bib – Sewing Workshop for mums and mum-to-be

When I fell pregnant for the first time, I naturally felt desire for sewing for baby and to handmade a few things in preparation for my baby arrival. I adore the bandana bibs! So much spunk and cuteness. This style of bibs was my go to for my 2 kids as they were big dribblers! Bandana bibs are Fashionable but purpose-built. Would you like to make one for your baby? Are you looking for that gender-neutral choice of fabrics?

I invite you to come to my sewing for baby classes to make that special piece for your new baby, or as a gift for a close friend! I love to give my handmade bibs as a gift to my new mummy friends. Each handmade bib is unique! I have so much fabric selection, come and pick what you love! There’s Colourful Chevrons, Retro Flowers, Minnie Mouse, Hungry Caterpillar and much more and it’s all yours to use on my sewing for baby workshop!

I have son and daughter and I remember going through countless amount of dribble bibs each day while trying to keep my kid’s clothes clean. Dribble bibs are so good to have for gentle skin protection from all the dribble or just as modern accessory!

Available spots: 4

13 November

Studio Thimbles

what will you learn?

Learn a lifelong skill of sewing and you could make a cute baby dribble bibs for every day of the week just the way you like them, using our simple to follow baby dribble bib pattern!

1.5 hours workshop covering:

  • Using baby pants pattern
  • Threading sewing machine.
  • Dribble Bib Making
  • Using tools for resin snaps

Fabric, threads, resin snaps and pattern is provided for workshop. Sewing machine is provided for you to use, no need to bring your own if you do not have one yet. Pattern sizes from Newborn to 18 month old baby

I believe knowledge gained through experience is far superior and much more useful than book read knowledge. And experience gained as a small group is much more fun!

Join me to my sewing for baby workshop, create something cute, learn and have fun along the way. Meet some other mums and make friends! The best thing about workshop is that you can replicate at home what you learned!

My daughter loves to snack and loves her dribble bibs and wears them everywhere!

Workshop includes all material needed to complete baby bib. Which includes: pattern, variety of cotton fabrics, threads, plastic snaps for fastening. Sewing machines to use are also provided.

 

when will we start?

Stay informed about our latest course start dates! We’re constantly adding new dates for you to join us. To view all currently available course start dates and ensure you don’t miss out on upcoming sessions, simply click the button below labeled ‘More Dates’. Don’t miss your chance to join us for an exciting sewing journey!

 

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whats the cost

Cost of the Sewing Baby Dribble Bib

Early Bird Ticket: $94

General Tickets: $106

Reserve your spot now! Secure your place for this exclusive Sewing Baby Dribble Bib Workshop experience and craft a cherished piece, whether it’s for yourself or a thoughtful gift for a friend. With limited tickets available, don’t delay – guarantee your spot in our Sewing Baby Dribble Bib today!

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Hi, I’m Olga!

I am a Russian girl with an Aussie heart. I am so grateful to live in the most beautiful country in the world and have an opportunity to follow my sewing passion!

From a young age I was mesmerised by the ability to turn fabrics into unique garments, which often drew comment from admirers for their beauty and character. Below are some hard to find pictures of me in my “me made” garments when I was still studying at school.

You might find it hard to believe that I am a Process Engineer by my degree, but I am a seamstress in my heart! Sewing been my passion through all my life. I was dreaming about becoming a fashion designer.