Take your time looking at all her pages, and enjoy!
|Lift the Velcro flap to find a mirror|
|The clouds are pockets that hold little sky pieces for page 3|
|Open the curtains and find Velcro sky pieces (sun, clouds, rain, snow)|
|Three little eggs can be taken out of the nest|
|Weave the pie crust|
|"Catch" the football and practice tying the laces|
|Colorful "worms" are ribbon pulls, and three finger puppets (dog, cat, and bunny) can be taken out of the bushes|
|Match by color and shape, snap into place|
|Button the flowers|
|Fish can be moved up and down|
|Latch the dog collar and leash|
|Open the mailbox to find mail; move the flag up and down|
|Unzip the cocoon to find a butterfly|
|Tuck the kiddo into bed (magnets hold the blanket down)|
What's your name? Describe yourself in one sentence.
My name is Katie and I am a working mom in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Who did you make this quiet book for? How old are they?
I made this book for my son, who just turned two.
What's your level of sewing experience?
How long did it take you?
I worked on this very slowly over the course of ten months.
Did you use any templates? Where can they be found?
I did not use any templates, but I based many pages off of ideas that I found online.
How did you bind your quiet book?
Large eyelets and binder rings.
What material are the pages made out of?
What other materials did you use?
Various fasteners and other pieces (ribbon, fabric, beads).
How much did all the supplies cost you?
I didn’t keep track, but I had to buy everything new, including the eyelet kit.
What's your favorite page? Why?
My personal favorite is the fishing page, but I also like how the bird page turned out.
Thank you so much for sharing your awesome book with us, Katie! What a treasure for your son!
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