BUNDLE Dolls House Quiet Book Sewing Pattern
(or 2 credits)
The Dolls House pattern bundle includes the Doll’s House Quiet Book Sewing Pattern and the Add On creating an endless number of scenes for the house. The original pattern includes a bedroom and living room, a tent, campfire and swimming hole, three animal doll options, plus extra rooms for the house. The Add On has additional scenes such as a farmyard, veggie patch, and playground with two extra dolls
Instant download digital sewing pattern.
- Option of 10 different scenes
- Option of five dollies
- Option to put a room on the back exterior cover
- Beginner friendly
- Fold out book style
- Includes dollies
- Bonus free cut out files
- Packed with pro tips and expert advice
- Includes full size, print-at-home pattern pieces
- Includes step-by-step tutorial with photos
- Instant-download digital sewing pattern
- 1 yard of fabric, plus scraps
- 1 yard of thin batting
Suitable for woven fabric.
You will also need:
- Thread to match
- Buttons and ribbon
A serger or overlocker is optional but not required.
How do PDF/ digital patterns work? Simply download, print, and sew. You’ll need a free Adobe Acrobat reader program and any home printer (or a nearby copy shop for A0 printing). Once you’ve printed the pieces, tape or glue them together. You’ll find an easy-to-follow how-to guide inside the pattern instructions, plus support in our Facebook group.
The trim-free pattern comes in A4 or US letter printable sizes and includes full pattern pieces and a detailed tutorial to guide you every step of the way. An A0 format (pattern pieces only) is also included should you wish to have your pattern printed professionally. PDF Layers allow you to select and print only the size/s you want/ need.
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“The Quiet Book was a complete labor of love with so many opportunities to make it your own special book.”
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Emma Zobel –
This quilted doll house is the perfect gift for any Toddler in your life AND their parents! The pattern is easy to sew, and has lots of options – you can let your imagination carry you away here. Make it simple to encourage imaginative play, or add many details and activities for them to practice their cognitive skills. Choose between a bear, a kitty, or a mouse that live in the house, or make all three and let them have a party! The possibilities are truly endless, and you will want to make one for every child you know!
Genie Smith –
This charming quiet book comes loaded with options sure to provide hours of fun imaginary play for your littles. As a bonus, there are endless variations you can add yourself. The sky is the limit! The pattern is well made and organized, and the instructions are clear and easy to follow. This one is a perfect ten for me!
Casey-Marie Bray –
Let your creativity flow with this fun pattern. It’s a perfect gift idea and can be made over and over with different variation. Use the base pattern as your guide and embellish and mix it up to your heart’s content! This pattern went together easily, allowing me to focus my time on the little details.
Jodi Bussell –
The pattern was easy to follow and a brilliant way to practice sewing techniques. I think this pattern would be a fantastic way to encourage new sewers and help them learn to love it. Being able to put so many difderent fabrics to use made my inner fabric hoarder so happy. I was able to use scraps from past projects and I even parted with a rare Tula Pink racoon. This has got to be the funnest sewing project I’ve ever undertaken but it was also a lot more work than I anticipated. Your imagination can really run wild with this one. Rebecca Page gives you the foundations but the add ons you can put together yourself are endless!
Elyse Clarke –
This is such a gorgeous little pattern. I’d been wanting to make a quiet book for sometime and this came along, perfect! My daughters 3 and 1 both love it. It’s a simple pattern but be warned there’s lots of fiddly cutting. The end result is worth it though. Can’t wait to make another.
Danielle Arthur –
An enjoyable pattern to make and perfect for clearing fabric from the scrap pile! Nice and simple to sew up although a good amount of time is needed for choosing options and cutting all the little pieces so best not left as a last minute sew. I thoroughly enjoyed sewing up this beautiful book and my little girl is completely in love with her special birthday present!
Theresa Crandall –
This sweet book quite easy to sew. The most difficult part is deciding what fabric to use. The instructions are clear and the pictures are helpful for a quick visual guide. I’m already making a second one!
Karla Holmes –
We love this! This is very different from what I’m used to make and I enjoyed it since I love to challenge myself. I used washable glue to place the little pieces and it made the construction so much easier. There is a lot of pieces involved so make sure little ones is not around when you cut the pieces( I just had to print the flowers, moon and fishes at least 3 times). But overall it’s not as hard it just takes time to make but definitely worth all the effort when you see them enjoying what you made.
My boys enjoys the book everytime I take it out for them to play. Poor little Bubu Bear is already dirty from all the smooches he get from my little 15 month old. I will surely recommend this to anybody who wants to make something for their kids or as presents.
Haley Bolton –
I sew daily for my children, and this quiet book has been what they appreciate most! They play with it constantly. I love it because it fosters imagination and can be used as a teaching took on so many levels. With this book, I can teach my children (ages 2 & 3) about shapes, colors, textures, directions, lines (parallel, horizontal, diagonal, etc). The book provides tons of fine motor movement activities as well as ample role playing fun! My kids LOVE to answer the phone and put their teddies to bed. In terms of sewing, I had fun making this book because I didn’t have to worry about perfect fit, exactly straight stitching, coordinating fabrics….the more whimsical the better! I let my daughter choose most of the fabrics herself. I can see a full on princess dress, but what has my family been most impressed with? This quiet book!!
Leah Jordan –
I LOVED this pattern! It was time consuming because I became obsessed and was overthinking which fabrics to use for each piece, but it was worth every millisecond I spend on it when I gave it to my little 2 year old daughter who was so excited. Her joy was precious. I’ve never seen her so excited about anything I’ve made–And I’ve made a lot of princess dresses and other clothes! 😉
Kyrsten Sanders –
This pattern was very easy to follow. I love all of the options for the pages. It takes a little bit of time to get it done, but it is well worth the work.
Cristy Barnes –
Set aside lots of time to make the most of this fantastic pattern. The more you embellish, the greater the final product becomes! With so many options to be creative with no two Dolls House Quiet Books will be the same so its a perfect handmade gift for all the little people in your life.
Lucy Lloyd –
Such a delightful sewing project! I love making something unique and this pattern allows you to do just that and you can let your creativity roam free with adding extra rooms- any of the included 5 – or make up your own rooms! My little girl loves the kitty doll included in the pattern and loves ‘chatting’ on the phone – I included a bit of velcro to the back of the phone headset to keep it in place in the book! Such a clever design which will delight all children and makes a perfect present for boys and girls alike!
Aaronica Cole –
This was one of my first times sewing something that wasn’t a piece of clothing. I loved the options that came with the pattern because they catered to so many! I will say that it was a bit challenging to choose the fabric because I’m such a fabric lover but my kids love the finished product and I’m happy that I was able to step out of the clothing box with such a beautiful pattern! Per norm, the Rebecca Page crew knocked it out the park!
Lee-Anne De Quintal –
Although a lot of time is needed to cut out the pieces, it’s definitely worth the final product. With many choices, or do them all, littles ones will love their personalised handmade little dolls book house! Lots of possibilities
Cortney Pesek –
This is a wonderfully original pattern. While it does take more time than you would think to complete it is only because of the level of creativity in use. Each page is fully customizable to your taste and style. All of the page options are so cute it is almost impossible to limit yourself to the 4 page house and very easy to make an additional 4 page insert to use all the pattern pieces. You will be amazed at what your mind comes up with when you mix and match items. This is such a fun pattern!
Bonnie Hillman Riley –
The Quiet Book was a complete labor of love. It’s a wonderful pattern as written, and there are so many opportunities to customize it to make it your own special book. I piled all my fabric scraps in a heap, actually several heaps, on the floor and loved remembering all the things I’d sewn for my grandchildren with those fabrics. The directions in the pattern are terrific, and the designs are so creative. I really, really enjoyed making the Quiet Book.
Carrie Wilson –
This is a fabulous pattern- so many options, so many stories to tell. It thoroughly lets your creative juices flow with a little guidance. The finished product was so popular everyone of every age wanted to play with it! This is a must make for the toddler and kinder in the family.
Lerinda Swan –
Omg, I STILL love this pattern. I love it even more now that we have so many extras to utilize. PJ enjoys playing with this so much and it is a great use of scraps! I think this might be my go to first or second birthday present for family and friends’ kids!
Crystal Anderson –
Okay. I’m an adult. We don’t have little people. But we do have people come over with kids, and really…I couldn’t resist the little details and personalization that can be created with the Quiet Book.
Essentially I made the book into our family’s life. And I love that it can be added onto easily now.
The dolls are myself and Husband – I added pockets, and even made a super mini version of your infiniti scarf, as I like to wear them to keep my neck warm. Husband even has belt loops on the pants, and I have a lace sash.
This has been a really personal project for me that is nowhere to being done – more stories will be added over time – all the benefit of the new add-a-page feature!
The sewing portion is easy – it’s the prep work and cutting all the small pieces that makes it a more “”intricate”” pattern, but the end result makes it more than worth the effort and time!”
Leah McGrath –
This was a great scrap buster project! My kids helped pick the fabrics for each page and my 10 year old was even able to help cut and sew some of the elements. My 4 year old cannot get enough of the little mouse and now takes it everywhere with him.
Ann Ruysschaert –
Had much fun in making this, great scrap buster, great too for boosting ones imagination, you can make lots of rooms, without this pattern I would never even have imaginated to make a quiet book myself and now I am making more than one
Amanda Hicks –
Starting on my 3rd quiet book They are so addictive. Love seeing all the books and getting ideas My favorite craft ever Thanks RP