Today's quiet book comes all the way from Poland! Kasia (whose sewing profile you can find here) made this beautiful quiet book for her godson for his name-day a few months ago. The letters of the book spell out his name, with an object for each letter. I love how well-made the book is, and am impressed that she did it all by hand. Check it out!
What's your name? Describe yourself in one sentence.
My name is Kasia, I'm a Polish young woman who loves knitting, embroidering & sewing and dreams of having much more time for her hobby...
Who did you make this quiet book for? How old are they?
It was made for my lovely two-year-old godson on his name-day.
What's your level of sewing experience?
Hmmmm... I'm somewhere between beginner and intermediate with a great plan to practice and practice and practice...
How long did it take you?
It took me three weekends spent mostly on making it (it's totally hand-made).
Did you use any templates? Where can they be found?
I used some templates from some child book and simple pictures found in different sources (also the Internet), but the whole inspiration I got after seeing this: Felt Name Book Tutorial.
How did you bind your quiet book?
I made holes with a standard hole punch and then pinned the pages with two metal rings.
What material are the pages made out of?
I only used felt for that.
What other materials did you use?
I used threads in different colors and some vinyl for making a little "window" for the picture from the front page.
How much did all the supplies cost you?
I've only had to buy a 12-item set of felt sheets. It cost about $4.
What's your favorite page? Why?
I think it would be the composition of pages "I" and "N" ("I" - first letter of Polish word for "needle" and "N" - Polish "thread") as they naturally go together and so they do in my nephew's name (Beniamin).
Thank you so much Kasia for sharing your quiet book with us! It's beautiful!
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