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Keep little ones busy while waiting in cars, doctor's offices, or even at home! This well-designed cloth book has 16 pages of colorful activities, including matching shapes, telling time, counting, buttoning, zippering, tying laces, peek-a-boo and snapping. Designed by Ruth Ann Nyce.
I made this for my 17 month old granddaughter. She loved the book! And we (her mother and I) could see that she would grow "into" some of the pages such as the clock. I found the list of materials helpful as I was able to check my stash before I went shopping. The instructions were easy to follow and assembly was smooth. If you have a serger, I would recommend using it to assemble the pages together rather than turning the edges down, then sewing them together. The edges are less bulky that way. Thanks for sharing this pattern. I know already had requests from my other children to make one for them when they have kids!
This ended up being one of those projects that I started and never finished. It's nothing to do with the pattern or instructions just that it's very time consuming and can end up being kind of costly. I just purchased a completed book rather than finishing mine. My only recommendation is putting a project time and estimated cost in there so others are aware.
Great organization of instructions, materials list, assembly. Fun project with lots of room for personalization. Activities are unique.
• Cover: 3/8 yd double faced quilted fabric (45” width) or if you prefer to quilt your own
fabric, you can select 1/2 yd cotton fabric (45” width) and 1/2 yd thin quilt batting.
• Inside pages: 1-1/8 yds 48”-60” wide fabric (natural color mid to heavy weight fabric,
such as duck, twill, canvas or sailcloth.)
• See inside pattern for complete supply list.
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