I am excited to show case my friend Beth’s ADORABLE felt baby quiet book.  Beth is an amazing pianist and music teacher and has created an amazing program called Kid’s Rach that 2 of my children attend.  She claims she is not a crafter, however I have to disagree.  She caught my Quiet Book bug (quiet book 1quiet book 2), and went nuts, creating some of the cutest quiet books I have seen.  I will have to share another of her books soon.

But today I wanted to share with you this cute book she made for her dear friend that was having a baby girl.  Wouldn’t you love to get this gift at your baby shower!!!

She made a cover similar to mine.  For her pages she used approximately 10×10 sheets of felt and beautiful, bright fabric.

Page 1-felt elephant attached to polkadot ribbon-baby can remove and attach to velcro

Page 2-Clear vinyl sewn on hides bright fun little treasures for baby to feel and move around

Page 3:Most adorable zebra like the elephant on page 1

Page 4-Sea creatures baby can move back and forth on a string and let them swim through the sea

Page 5-Button Fun!  Babies can move buttons up and down on a thick string  (make sure they are tightly attached so they aren’t a choking hazard)

Page 6-Adorable removable Lion (LOVE that mane!)

Page 7-Tassel Fun!  Babies get to hold and touch these soft and bright tassels.

Page 8-Felt penguin friends that move up and down on thick string.

Page 9-And my favorite-A chick that plays peek-a-boo.  Baby can hide the little yellow felt chick in a white felt egg pocket.  SO cute!

Thank you Beth for sharing you Adorable baby quite book today!


  1. Adorable! Your friend is by all means CRAFTY! What a keepsake!
    Thanks for sharing!

  2. Oh my goodness!! This is adorable. I would love to add these pages to my daughter’s book she would have hours of fun. I love all the zoo animals. So creative. Thanks for sharing does she have a tutorial and patterns that you can use?

  3. WOW – this is the coolest quiet book I’ve seen! Can we convince her to do a tutorial?!? =)

  4. Very cute! I love that she called it the quiet book. Alas my little one isn’t so little anymore…she is a toddler now…but she LOVES crafts and would love to make one with me. What a great idea…thanks for sharing!

  5. Holy cow! This NEEDS a tutorial!! 🙂

  6. That is so cute! And thanks for the links to the other quiet book sites too. Great inspiration. Now I just need to find some “quiet time” to make one! : )

  7. I’ve always found Beth to be quite amazing, but this is icing on the cake! I wish she was my next door neighbor!

  8. My first grandbaby is due in July! I can’t wait to make one of these for him or her.

  9. Oh my! That is too cute. Anyone is welcome to make one of these for me and this new little one. 😉

  10. LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS! So very cute! I would love the patterns at least. I would be willing to purchase them. So very cute! Thanks for sharing

  11. I love this!!! so cute!!! Would love a tutorial or a pattern so I can make one for my daughter? I wander what she used to cut out her designs.

  12. This is adorable..

  13. That is the cutest quiet book I have EVER seen. Great job!!!

  14. I think this is adorable and I agree that this needs a tutorial!!! Great Job Beth:)

  15. Pam from Germany Says: February 1, 2011 at 4:10 am

    Thank you for sharing. Is there a tutorial somewhere?

  16. That is a darling book! Great inspiration, thanks for sharing!

  17. I absolutely love this darling quiet book! Do you by any chance want to share patterns? I would love to make one for my new grandbabies due in May. If that would be possible, thanks in advance! If you would rather not, thanks for sharing the idea and pictures anyway. Love, love, love! 🙂

  18. That is adorable! If you don’t mind I would like to put a link (with picture) to this on my blog.

  19. My grandbaby would love this darling book. Is there a pattern or tutorial somewhere?

  20. I have just finished the felt book I made for my little boy, Noah – it became such a labour of love! Take a peek if you like!

  21. I saw your Quiet book and was inspired to do my own. I have linked your blog to those visiting my blog.

  22. Could you tell me how you set up the egg page? I want to make a similar page for mine with two eggs in a nest with those cute little birds inside, but I can’t figure out the best way to get the egg to come apart and come back together easily.

  23. Just thought I’d let you know I included a link to your post on my personal blog. I used the whale page in a busy book I made for my son. Such a cute idea! Thanks for the post!

    Amy Senter

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