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This Halloween Quiet Book Page was designed to accompany our Halloween Finger Puppet set. I just love sewing for the holidays! Quiet Books are a fun way to allow kids to play with the holiday “decorations” and encourage their love of the holiday fun, without damaging the household decorations.
So far, I have created this Halloween page, a Turkey page, a 4th of July page, a fireworks page, an Easter bunny page, and an Easter Egg hunt page. I’m trying to decide on a design for a second Thanksgiving/Autumn design. I would love to have a page or two for every Holiday. What would you add?
The setting for this Halloween quiet book page is a spooky cemetery on Halloween night! The ghost, witch, frank, Dracula, and werewolf have several hiding places to chose from.
There is a pocket behind the gravestone for the ghost to hide in and rise from.
The large, spooky tree is the perfect size for a monster to hide behind!
The mausoleum door opens for a third hiding spot.
This Halloween Quiet Book Page has been played with a lot over the years. I still need to finish sewing the other half of the page and get that posted as well.
To sew your own Halloween Quiet Book Page, you will need:
- The Pattern (Pattern coming soon, follow the link to sign up for the newsletter to be notified when it goes live)
- Embroidery thread to match
- Hand-sewing needle
- Clover Wonder Clips (optional)
- Scissors (these are my favorite for cutting precisely – Or check out some other tools for cutting felt)
- Felt glue (Optional – this is my favorite brand)
- Freezer paper (Optional – Check out my tutorial to learn how to cut felt with freezer paper if you’ve never used freezer paper before)
If you sew a Halloween Quiet Book Page, I would love to see it! Join the FWLD Facebook group to share things you’ve sewn from our patterns and win patterns! I also pin photos of our patterns to the “FWLD Patterns in Action” Pinterest Board. Or tag us on Instagram!
Not ready to start sewing? Pin this Halloween Quiet Book Page pattern for later by clicking HERE.