Hubby was going through his drawer the other day and getting rid of shirts he doesn't wear anymore. I decided to get rid of a few myself. As I was looking through the shirts I realized that I could out them to good use in a project I have been wanted to make for a while.
My mom made this for me a few years ago out of a dish towel. We use it all the time, but I only have one.
Are you seeing where this is leading? Here is a simple NO SEW tutorial to turn old t-shirts into a great cloth protector. (my 5 year old still uses this when he has nice cloths on so he HATES when we call it a bib:) All you need are some old adult size t-shirts and scissors.
Lay the t-shirt out as flat as possible. The cut all the way up the sides and through the sleeve.
Open it up. I used our "bib" as a guide, but if you don't have one, you can use a hand towel instead.
Just make sure that there is 5 inches from where the collar is attached to shirt to bottom of towel.
If there is a tag make sure to cut it out.
Cut out the shape and you are DONE!!! Tomorrow I will be showing 2 simple variations you can do to these bibs.