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Little House Quiet Book


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This high quality PDF pattern of a busy book for kids is made up of four interactive pages; a pie crust to weave, flowers to button on and off, a telephone that can be "hung up" with velcro, and a mailbox with a letter inside and a flag that moves. This quiet book is constructed of cotton fabric & wool felt with embroidered details and button embellishments. The 7" square pages are shaped like a house with a front door and windows on the front. It will become a true keepsake item that will help little ones develop their fine motor skills and keep them entertained. The PDF includes color pictures, 22 full size pattern pieces, detailed step-by-step instructions and clear diagrams for every step. It is formatted on 8.5 x 11 paper, so you can easily print it from your home printer on standard paper or card stock, as many times as needed for personal use. The pattern and images are copyright Caitlin Betsy Bell 2014 and are for personal use only. You may not sell the pattern or any items made using the pattern. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Familiar with common sewing terms Know how to use a sewing machine Know a few embroidery stitches SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 7 inch book

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1/2 yard fabric for pages & cover, 1/2 yard flannel,, fusible material (such as wonder under), fabric and felt bits for appliques on each page, 6" of rick rack, 4 buttons, 1" of velcro, black embroidery floss, thread, needle, scissors, pinking shears, sewing machine, iron, pins

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Caitlin Betsy Bell
Caitlin Betsy Bell
I got my first real sewing machine at age 6 and haven't stopped stitching. I started my own business in 2004 making all natural pretend play toys (and more!).