How to Make a Needle Book

Laura Stone Roberts
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Duration:   24  mins

Laura Roberts shows you how to make a simple needle book out of wool. Learn how embroider it, add an index, and finish it with a button to keep it closed. Some of the materials you will need are five pieces of felted wool (5 x 6), snaps, handmade paper, and fusible web.

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11 Responses to “How to Make a Needle Book”

  1. Verna

    I was wondering where you buy your felted wool and where you found the little plastic balls for the thread balls? Thanks

    • Customer Service

      Hi Verna. Unfortunately I am not sure where this instructor purchased her supplies, however you can find various types, sizes and color of felted wool through many retailers online.
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  2. Margaret Daddis

    This is the video I wanted and the video picture was off more than on! Otherwise the material was interesting.

  3. Joyce Hardin

    I can’t get any videos to play cant even get any thing to open. Any thing I need to do extra to make it work.

    • Customer Service

      Dear Joyce,

      Please see the prior response.

      Kind Regards,

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  4. JoAnn Koozer

    I’m trying to find a source for the silk thread with beads and sequins already on the threads. Can’t find them online. Any suggestions? Thanks. I loved this video and learned many little helpful details.

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