With right sides together, sew the two pieces of fabric together using a 1/4-inch seam allowance.
Now you have "one" piece of fabric to put the pattern on.
Put terry cloth and fabric right sides together. Pin the pattern to the fabric. It's a fancy pattern piece, isn't it? :)
Sew around the edges with a 1/4-inch seam allowance, leaving approximately a 2-inch space somewhere at the bottom for turning.
Once you've finished sewing around the edges you want to cut out some notches around the edges so that everything lies flat when you turn it right side out.
I then used Stitch Witchery to close the area that I left open for turning, even though I was going to top stitch. I did this because I wanted to be sure it was closed all the way to the edge and no chance of opening.
Top stitch around the entire edge of the bib. I used the edge of the presser foot as my guide and amount in I top stitched.
Until next time...
Lady by the Bay