GIVEAWAY} Cloth book panel from Quilt Girls

My children are all grown up now, but I remember fondly how many hours we spent reading books. Being a book lover, I started them early, reading to them when they were tiny babies. As soon as our son was able to grasp things with his chubby little hands, he was putting them in his mouth . . . and that included his books. Looking back, it’s a shame we didn’t have any cloth books back then.  He would have been “reading and chewing” constantly.

A few years ago, the kind folks at Quilt Girls sent me a darling panel and I made my first cloth book. It’s an easy project and a wonderful gift to give. Someday when I have grandchildren, I imagine myself sewing cloth books until I run out of thread!

Would you like to try your hand at making a cloth book? I have two super cute cloth book panels to give away, courtesy of Quilt Girls!

Play all Day by Diane Eichler for Studio E. 

This cheerful fabric features inspirations messages on each page.

Busy Street by Liza Lewis for Clothworks

Everyone is on the move in this counting book . . . by car, by scooter and even by hot air balloon!



To enter, simply leave a comment telling me which cloth book you are hoping to win: Play all Day or Busy Street. Be sure to include your email address. The giveaway is open to US mailing addresses only due to the high rate of international shipping. Comments are open through 3:00 pm (CST) on Friday, August 20, 2021. At that time, I will do a random drawing and announce the winners. *Only one comment per person/per email address.

Cloth books I’ve made:

Quilt Girls has an amazing selection of cloth panel books, including classic/vintage stories, ABC/123 primers, holiday stories, and contemporary characters. Here are some of their cloth books I’ve made in the past:

Fun in Somebunny’s Garden

Note: I included some of my own tips and instructions in this post!

I Love to Gobble You Up

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer 

If you are sewing for a little person in your life, Quilt Girls has the fabric you need.

Don’t forget to enter a comment for your chance to win. Good luck, everyone!



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29 thoughts on “GIVEAWAY} Cloth book panel from Quilt Girls

  1. I love Busy Street! We are the proud grandparents of twins- a girl and boy and this would make a wonderful Christmas gift 🎁 💙 ❤.

  2. How wonderful of you to do a ‘give-a-way’! Busy Street would be the one I would pick. All the best, Katie

  3. What cute books. Would love to win Busy Streets book, so I can make a cute book for my grandchild and become the favorite grandma! 🙂

  4. I love them both, but what joy it would be to sew up “Busy Streets” the illustrations are so cute and bright for little ones to learning colors and numbers.
    Thankful for the opportunity.
    Smiles, Susie

  5. These are so cute! I have a little granddaughter that would love one so the one for a little girl but if I won the other one it would make an awesome gift!

  6. If I’m a lucky winner I’d love to receive Play All Day. These panels are just adorable! Thanks for the opportunity to win one.

  7. You have made such beautiful books! I’d like to try to make Play All Day. Enjoy your day! 🌞

  8. Thank you for the give away. Either of the books would work for me as I have a girl and boy baby to make a present. But, I am partial to the Play All Day.

  9. Busy street would be great for my two year old grandson- Holden James. He would love for his MamaD to make it for him!

  10. Do I have to pick just one?? I’d be thrilled to have either one! They’re both super cute! But if I have to choose, I think my boy would like Busy Street a little better. My girl would love either one. She’s really a book lover! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

  11. I would love to get Busy Street panel to make for my new great nephew. I have made and given away many cloth books. They are so fun.

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