Matching Bibs, Burb Cloths, Diaper Pouch and Tie Onesie

This gift set was so much fun to make because I knew it would be used and loved by my soon to be cousins' son. Eliana and I unfortunately missed the baby shower because we already had our Florida vacation booked, but we attended in spirit and gift.

I chose three coordinating fabrics for the set that were appropriate for a boy, but honestly I love two of the fabrics so much that I may go back and get more to make something for Eliana too.

Three coordinating bibs:

I love the pearlized snap on this bib.

They were lined with a very soft off-white minky fabric and had fusible fleece sewn between the layers so that they would be more absorbent.

I use a free pattern on Purl Bee for all my bibs.  I have made several for Eliana to match outfits with the same pattern - I think it is a nice size and shape.

Three coordinating burb cloths:

I made a sleeve to hold the burp cloths and added my label to the green fabric sleeve.

I lined them with a soft terry cloth.

The burp cloths were a half a yard long and about 11 inches wide. 

Burp Cloths with their Matching Bibs:

Coordinating Diaper Pouch:

It folds into a nice size to either carry or throw into a diaper bag

It has a pocket on the inside when you open it to hold a couple diapers, wipes and cream

When opened it is long enough for a baby to lay on it while you change their diaper with a pocket that holds all the necessities.

I found the tutorial to make this at: Cluck Cluck Sew.  I only altered it slightly by adding two of the coordinating fabrics for the outside (instead of one) and the soft minky for the inside (instead of chenille).

Coordinating Tie Onesie:

I found a tutorial for the tie onesie at: The Cottage Home  I altered the size of the tie from the tutorial because the tie was too big for a 0-3 month onesie.

And the back...

I added one of my clothing labels onto the back outside.

I think it looks cute and adds to the homemade look.

The Whole Set: