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SeamstressErin on craftsy.com
Vashon (Seattle-ish), WA

Every Day is another chance to play Dress Up.

I'm an obsessed sewist, inked knitter, cat herder, and mad scientist. I write sewing patterns and play Dress Up Every Day.

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Toddler Activity Book

from SeamstressErin Designs
(9) Name: 'Sewing : Toddler Activity Book
Toddler Activity Book
Toddler Activity Book
Toddler Activity Book
Toddler Activity Book
Toddler Activity Book

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • reading a pattern

Pattern Description:

Toddlers will have a fun time with a sturdy, washable activity book featuring 8 activities over 5 pages. Activities are marble maze, lace maze, snaps, buttons, buckles, hook & eyes, laces, and a zipper.

Easily cut from 1 yard of fabric. Includes suggestions for how to personalize and modify the pattern.

Sewing pattern includes a cutting layout and 7 pages of step-by-step instructions, including 15 how-to illustrations.

Please feel free to contact the author with any questions or if you need clarification while sewing the pattern. Erin@SeamtressErin.com

This pattern will be published in One Yard Wonders III.

About the Author: I'm a mad scientist by day, seamstress by night. I'm finishing my PhD in biochemistry at the University of California, San Francisco. I blog about DIY sewing/knitting/crafts at seamstresserin.com.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 7" x7" book
  • Front, Back, and 5 pages
  • 8 activities


  • sewing machine
  • hand sewing needle
  • snap setting tool (optional)
  • 1 yard fabric (flannel recommended)
  • thread (coordinating or contrasting)

You Will Also Need:

  • 3 buttons
  • 6 snap sets
  • 2 shoelaces
  • 8" hook & eye tape
  • 2 1" plastic buckles
  • 1 marble
  • 1 plastic zipper, 8" or longer
  • 25-25 small or large grommets or eyelets
  • scraps interfacing (optional)

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