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Quiet Book

Quiet Book

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Published by: tmorrill1281 on Jun 18, 2010
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My Quiet Book
by Kate Ryskamp
1 Cut two 5
x 6” rectangles from patterned fabric.2 Place the rectangles right sides together and sew around the edgeswith
” seam, leaving a 2” opening on one shorter side.3 Trim the corners, turn right side out and press.4 Place the fabric on the left side of the fusible-reinforced page(centered toward the bottom) and edge stitch it in place on threesides to form a pocket, catching the opening as you go.5 Cut a 6
x 4” rectangle from felt. Trim off two corners, creating apoint (see picture).6 Stitch the flap along the top, about
” above the pocket.7 To create a flap from fabric, follow the same sew-then-turntechnique you used to create the pocket, only alter the shape.Edge stitch it completely, then sew it in place above the pocket.
1 Draw four simple shapes on a piece of paper and cut them out for your templates.2 Cut three of each design from different colors of felt (three redcircles, three blue triangles, etc.).3 Sew pairs of shapes together so you have four pairs and four singlesof each shape.4 Following the snap manufacturer’s directions, set a snap througheach of the sewn-together pairs.5 Arrange the single shapes on the page and sew them in place.6 Place the pairs on top and mark the spot beneath where the snapshould go. Set the remaining snap pieces on the page to finish.

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