I purchased the tool for attaching snaps at:
I purchased the snaps at:
The best bib pattern is here:
I made a few changes in the shape and I placed snaps on the bottom so there could be a pocket. As you see, the pocket goes out a little. The placement of the upper snaps is 1/4" in so it would help the pocket poke out and work better. The bib can be unsnapped for washing. I used cotton quilting fabric for the top and flannel for the back. After experimenting with one piece of flannel and one piece of quilting fabric, I thought they should have 2 pieces of flannel and one piece of quilting fabric for the top. One piece of flannel didn't seem thick enough for catching spills. I tried fleece and other backings, but they did sew as smoothly as flannel.
The snaps are easy to put on. I only had one that did not quite stay on right. I am sure that I had the tool over too far, or something like that. If you are wondering about purchasing a snap setting tool, you can get them at local fabric stores. I do a lot of purchases on line so I ordered mine on-line. I hope my projects were inspirations for you. If you have any comments or questions, please let me know. Thank you for looking at my blog! Dawnie