Ten Little Things Quiet Book

Every child will love making their mark in this adorable Numbers Quiet Book.  This new free pattern is available on our Moda website. Large, padded pages featuring Jenn Ski’s fabric collection, Ten Little Things, and chalk cloth panels make this soft quiet book fun for both mom and kids.

A great way to learn how to draw numbers, objects, and anything else your child can imagine.  This is a perfect project for any beginner with its easy to follow instructions. Best of all, it uses a jelly roll for most of the construction so there is very little cutting involved.

It even has a zippered pocket on the cover to store all your chalk and fabric eraser.

Book measures 11 3/4″ x 13 3/4″. Designed by Angela Yosten.

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7 comments on “Ten Little Things Quiet Book

  1. Auntie Pami says:

    I love this! Jenn is one of my favorite designers. So glad she’s with my favorite fabric company!

  2. What a great idea! I love looking at different ideas on how to do something. I love how the pages are held together in this book. Would love to have you come link-up at Finished it Friday! Have a fabulous weekend!
    ~Kimberlee, The Spunky Diva

  3. Brandy N says:

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  4. Brandy N says:

    I love this! do you still have the pattern though? I went to the page to find it and it is not there and I really like this idea.
    Thanks, Brandy BNavarro0331@yahoo.com

  5. Sewgreen says:

    The link doesn’t work anymore! I was definitely thinking about making one of these!

  6. Edna and Don says:

    does anyone know if Moda’s Chalk cloth contains phthalates?

  7. I have just purchased 3 kits of “10 Little things” and I am very disappointed that there are not 10 complete panels for the book.The 10th panel is cut according to your instructions to take out the trees and the number 10 which leaves us with the children only counting to nine. For the cost of the kit I would think that all 10 panels would be complete.

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