How to make a No Sew QUIET BOOK – Video Tutorial + Patterns

Today I want to share with you this easy no sew Quiet Book video tutorial. Now you can create a special Quiet Book for your little one without a sewing machine or hand sewing skills. Of course I also have patterns for you.

DIY no sew quiet book video tutorial free patterns

DIY no sew quiet book

As the name “Quiet Book” already suggests, this book aims to keep your baby busy and interested for a longer period of time. Your baby learns new things and develops psycho-motor skills much faster through play.

If you are interested in creating a long lasting and more complex version of this book, check out my Etsy store where you can find a variety of fun patterns and instructions.

To create this No Sew Quiet Book you’ll need:

  • felt
  • scissors (normal + zig zag optional)
  • a ruler
  • a pencil or chalk
  • a glue gun
  • decorative ribbons and pompons (optional)
  • black fabric marker (or any normal marker will do)

For step by step instructions watch the video below:

The size of the book is 23×23 cm. You don’t need to resize the pattern. Just print it and cut out all shapes as many times as it says on the pattern.

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I hope you liked this tutorial and do’t forget to subscribe to my Youtube channel for more tutorials.

I’d love to see your creation. If you make this book, use #owlipop in the description so I can see it too.

Watch my latest tutorial here.

Have fun!



    September 5, 2017 / 2:25 am


  2. Jamie V
    December 22, 2017 / 8:45 am

    Thank you so very much! Excellent tutorial and the pattern. Priceless!

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