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Part 1 : HERE
Part 2: HERE
Part 3: HERE
Vintage Market Fabric: HERE
Hi there everyone,
This week we`re continuing on our series of making our Vintage Market Quiet Book. I hope you`re enjoying it so far and all the steps have been clearly communicated! Please feel free to leave me any comments or question you have and I`ll be happy to answer them for you!
Last week we did the oh-so-cute strawberries with snaps!
This is week is the coordinating page from last week`s page- our Basket with a zipper pocket page!
I think this one is my girl`s favorite- she loves doing up and undoing that zipper! Pages 3 and 4 are her go-to pages everytime!
Step 4: Making page 4- The Basket page
This page is meant to put the strawberries into once the child takes them off page 3. They love putting things in the basket! This page is also good to put any other stray pieces from the other pages into so they don’t get lost.
Cut 1 8 ½” L x 8 ¾” W rectangle of fabric. Draw a basket on a piece of paper to use as a template and cut out your template. Take this template and trace it onto some fusible web.
Now take the rest of the basket template and trace it onto the back of a different colored fabric and add a ¼” seam allowance to the top curved part only. Cut it out.
Take your basket base piece and your oval basket piece and line up the curved top of your base piece with the bottom curved edge of your oval piece right sides together. Pin in place and sew using ¼’ seam allowance. Sewing a curved seam is not too difficult, just go slowly.
Yay! You`ve completed another step! Just trust me on this, there are certain things that cannot be sewn onto your quiet page just yet because we have to get through another step before we can sew everything on- this is why we are setting aside parts of our quiet pages for now.
I hope you like the way this has turned out so far! I hope that you all come back next week to continue making our pages!