Needless to say, I couldn't fit into my new "shorts" because I had made all the wrong cuts. It was a good sewing lesson, and by the time I reached 8th grade, my home economics teacher entered one of my outfits in a sewing competition, which won a prize ribbon.
When our children began arriving, I sewed outfits for them and decorated their nurseries with hand sewn items, and we began what I call the evolution of the baby bib. I started making "puffy" bibs with a thick polyfiber between the layers. Back then, the designs on the front were hand-appliqued through the entire thickness, thus making them have a puffy appearance, and back then, the bibs were tied around baby's neck to keep the bib attached.
Today, my baby bibs are larger in size, are machine appliqued and now we use easy attachments to keep the baby bib attached. It still gives me special delight to see moms using our products. I love what I do and continue my passion, but now, I follow a pattern - of my own design.
"For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life. For God sent not His Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through Him might be saved."
John 3:16,17 He loves you!