What are the pages of a quiet book made of?
This cotton fabric is then decorated with stiffened felt, along with other haberdashery materials like ribbons, buttons, beads etc. A layer of polyester batting is then sandwiched between two quiet book pages. Finally, the whole thing is tidied up using cotton strips or bias tape.
Can you use interfacing on felt?
With fusible interfacing, applying felt lettering to fabric is as simple as ironing a shirt. Easy to apply and even easier to adhere, fusible interfacing will end your felt lettering on fabric woes.
How big should a quiet book be?
QUIET BOOK PAGES Standard 9″ x 12″ (or any size you want) felt sheets / 6.7″ x 6.7″ Square pages (or any size you want). Other popular sizes: 8.5″ x 11″; 8″ x 8″. Mini quiet book pages are 4″ x 4″. Sew two/three button holes on one side of page, and then use shoelaces for the loops, or.
What do you need to make a quiet book?
Standard 9″ x 12″ (or any size you want) felt sheets/6.7″ x 6.7″ Square pages (or any size you want).
How to stiffen felt for quiet book?
A large sheet of heavy-weight fusible interfacing. Fusible interfacing up close.
How to make a no sew quiet book tutorial?
A shape to trace or measurements for your desired size felt pages (I used a broken board book)
How to make magnetic closure for the quiet book?
how to make a magnetic quiet book. The fun thing about this project is that you can buy “Make a Scene” sticker sheets at Oriental Trading for super cheap, and then laminate them! I used their Safari Scene and their Noah’s Ark scene for this tutorial. Apply velcro to both the metal and the laminated scene, and they are now interchangeable.