We have six winners, and here they are:
#18 Tim & amp; Kate
#33 Dana Furlo
Congratulations, ladies! You will now be forced to sew bibs! Hahahahahahaha! It will be addictive- you will see! If, months down the road, you have to check in to Bibaholics Anonymous, I absolve myself of all responsibility.
Please email me (my email addy is in the sidebar) your name and postal address so I can get the bibs in the post to you. I've also sent you ladies an email nagging you to do the same thing.
Again, thank you everyone for participating in the giveaway. Because I want to spread this bib obsession to everyone in the known universe, here is the free pattern to cut out your own bibs.
It should print out on a full US letter size (8.5" x 11") paper to be the right size.
Edited to add: The template above has NO seam allowances, so please add your own. To make the bib, just cut two shapes out of fabric (I like flannel), place them right sides together and sew on the sewing line all around, leaving a hole (about 3"-4") at the bottom of the bib for turning out. Snip/notch all curved seam allowances and cut out the neck hole, if you haven't already, and turn right side out. Then top-stitch close to the edge all around, including the bottom opening. And add velcro.
My sister-in-law gave me the very first bibs some years ago, and I made a tentative pattern from them. Then I modified it so that I could get exactly 4 bibs out of every 3/4 yard of flannel (45") with very little wastage. So go ahead and print out the pattern, assemble both parts, and (highly recommended) add the other half and make a full bib pattern on cardstock so you can mass-produce them. What - you're complaining that you can't cut out your own bibs? Wimps. I cut out 105! And that was not counting the hundreds I'd cut out and sewed before that. Now go forth and multiply!