Quiet Book Pages from January through June

Back in January, I wrote up a review of all the quiet book pages I had designed and sewn since beginning in September of 2011. Six months have passed and I’ve gotten so much done. Time for another look back!

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Top 5 Most Popular Patterns from January – June

  1. Sandcastle – 5 comments – 5,598 views
  2. Treasure & Pirate Map – 2 comments – 5,590 views
  3. Ice Cream Parlor – 2 comments – 4,487 views
  4. Cook Breakfast – 2 comments – 4,375 views
  5. Itsy Bitsy Spider – 12 comments – 4,054 views

Top 10 Most Popular Patterns

  1. Sock Matching – 13 comments – 14,459 views
  2. Circus Train – 8 comments – 9,337 views
  3. Forest – 7 comments – 8,898 views
  4. Starbucks – 2 comments – 6,378 views
  5. Mailbox & Letters – 2 comments – 5,681 views
  6. Cookie Shapes & Colors – 6 comments – 5,613 views
  7. Sandcastle – 5 comments – 5,598 views
  8. Treasure & Pirate Map – 2 comments – 5,590 views
  9. Rocket Ship – 6 comments – 5,574 views
  10. Astronaut – 2 comments – 5,440 views

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They had me at “heirloom quality” – because isn’t that exactly what we want to create when we are sewing for our children or grandchildren? You can find American Felt and Craft’s online store here and their Facebook page here. They ship worldwide and carry more that just felt. I’ll be trying out some of their crinkle material to make my campfire nice and crackly! Just look at those amazing felt colors!

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7 thoughts on “Quiet Book Pages from January through June

    1. Stephanie Post author

      I sew the pages together on the machine, but do almost all hand sewing for the rest. It’s easier to get hand sewing time than sewing machine time around here!

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  2. kay

    I love your pages! and I cant wait till mine is completed for my daughter!
    out of curiosity…how do you store your patterns after they’re cut??

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    1. Stephanie Post author

      I sometimes save them in ziplock baggies. Often, I don’t save them, as I’m not planning to make more than one of each page right now…

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  3. Gina DesRoches

    Your amazing!!!?:) you have created exactly what I have been wanting in a quiet time book!!! I am making some for my grandson and my own sons 2nd birthday right now!!!:) thank you for being so generous with the patterns and step by step instructions!!! I am so thankful for you!!!!!!:) I can’t wait to see what els you create!! Amazing!!!!

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