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Under The Sea - Quiet Book

Format PDF (Download Only)
Author CopyCrafts
Price $7.95
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Why is “Under the Sea” so great for toddlers?

• It has bright colors and fun rhymes that teach numbers while captivating their attention.
• With over 7 different textures and 5 pages with age appropriate activities, they are sure to be kept busy exploring.
• This book is soft and durable – meant to last a lifetime.
• Best of all, “Under the Sea” 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: 27 sheets of felt, thread, 4 colors of embroidery floss, remnants of 6 fabrics, 18” of ribbon, 4 colors of yarn, 4” Velcro, assorted buttons or beads, thin dowel, 18 large eyelets, 3 metal rings, 1 sheet of iron-on transfer paper for printers, glue, misc. sewing and crafting supplies

24 pages long, 12 pictures, plus 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 C. Robertson
on January 12th, 2017

I made this and it was absolutely adorable. I don't sew and the instructions were so clear and the template was so cute, the final product turned out remarkable. It is time consuming but a great addition to late night tv watching. I now want to make a dozen of these.

by T. Maciel
on December 23rd, 2015

I just love these patterns! I've made the Buggy for You one and it turned out fantastic! I've got all the materials ready for this one, just need to find the time :)

by Sherryann112
on October 6th, 2013

This book is adorable! My 2 year old granddaughter loves it. I only wish I had started making these books when she was younger,
I used heat n bond and then stitched. I did not use glue. I had to make sure not to get the iron near the words, which I applied first. (I didn't want to do all that work and then not have the lettering come out).
This is a VERY time consuming project, but we'll worth it.


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