In Depth Guide to Joining Quiet Book Pages – Part One of Three

In Depth Guide to Joining Quiet Book Pages - Part One
In Depth Guide to Joining Quiet Book Pages - Part One

Kyra

My name is Kyra and I’m a computer programmer that decided to stay at home with my two beautiful daughters: Ada and Zoey. I created this website to share with you anything I come across in my day to day life that I think you may enjoy.

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  1. December 14, 2017

    […] to my second post in the three-part series for joining the quiet book pages together. The last post went over how to prepare your page sheets before decorating them. I’m assuming at this point you have two designed sheets. For this post I had already […]

  2. January 23, 2018

    […] Then when you’re done the reverse side of this page you can pin the two sheets together right sides facing, sew around three sides, put right side out, sew the hole closed, and add grommets. You can visit my previous post on how to join the pages together if you want a more in depth look. […]

  3. February 13, 2018

    […] page bases or how to sew your finished quiet book pages together you can check out my blog post: In Depth Guide to Joining Quiet Book Pages. I then started by planning and designing some of my felt flowers. I wanted a variety of flower […]

  4. February 20, 2018

    […] I then sewed it to the reverse of it’s page, flipped it right side out, sewed the hole closed, added another column of stitching for the grommet space, and added grommets. If you want more information on how I turned my quiet book page base into a fully functioning quiet book page you can check out my previous post: In Depth Guide to Joining Quiet Book Pages; Part One of Three. […]

  5. March 23, 2018

    […] And your page design is done! I then went on to sew the finished page on three sides. As the purple fabric with the Heat’N Bond was rigid and kept folding in I then pinned the seam on the top and bottom before sewing the opening and the space for the grommets so the seam wouldn’t dip in too much and get stuck that way. If you want more information on how I sewed my quiet book pages together you can check out my previous post: In Depth Guide to Joining Quiet Book Pages. […]

  6. March 29, 2018

    […] If you want more information on how to handle these steps you can check out my previous article: In Depth Guide to Joining Quiet Book Pages. I finally trimmed my ribbons after the pages were joined so I’d know what height I was […]

  7. April 19, 2018

    […] And your page is done! You just need the grommets added, but I waited until all the pages were done before adding the grommets. If you want an in depth guide in how I joined my quiet book pages you can look at my earlier blog post: In Depth Guide to Joining Quiet Book Pages; Part One of Three. […]

  8. April 21, 2018

    […] information on how I joined the two sides of the quiet book page together you can check out my In Depth Guide to Joining Quiet Book Pages. I’ve also created a series on my quiet book covers. If you want to check out the other […]

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