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My Fan Club - Quiet Book

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Author CopyCrafts
Price $7.95
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Why is “My Fan Club” so great for babies?

• This book is red, black and white - these are the colors that scientists have found newborns can see the easiest and they provide visual stimulation.
• Babies love looking at human faces, and this book lets them get to know the faces of the people who love them most.
• Tactile stimulation is provided through 5 different textures.
• “My Fan Club” is soft and durable – able to withstand baby drool and even a little knawing.
• Best of all, this book is safe – there are no buttons or other small pieces that could pose a choking hazard.

Finished measurements: 10 8 ½” x 8 ½” pages (excluding front and back covers)

Supplies: 16 sheets of felt, thread, 3 colors of embroidery floss, clear plastic vinyl, red jumbo rick rack, black mini rick rack, white grosgrain ribbon, 18 large eyelets, 3 metal rings, 10 pictures, paper, picture safe adhesive, glue, misc. sewing and crafting supplies

21 pages long, 12 pictures & 11 full-size diagrams.

*Note: These are downloadable instructions for making a felt quiet book. Pattern pieces are included. Since it is a download, you will receive this by email and it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.

by Schmitt, Linda
on August 1st, 2014

This was a fun and easy project to do for my granddaughter. Instructions were clear and the materials used were easy to find and inexpensive. My 2 year old granddaughter loved it and would always look at it and point to the picture and "grandma" or "grammie" or whoever it happened to be. Priceless.

by S. Clements
on May 2nd, 2013

I havent made this as yet but Im looking forward to starting this project. The site has great patterns and the newsletters are great.
Will be getting more patterns for sure.

by Roos, Madeline
on January 29th, 2012

made spot the dot first, it was a better book for my grandson

 

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