8 1/2" x 11" Book Making · Binding Loose Papers · How-to · Making Books with children

Modified Pamphlet Stitch for Children

Pamphlet Stitch for Children
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     The best way to make a pamphlet with children in a classroom is, in my opinion, a wrap-around, no-needle lacing of yarn, cord,  or string.  The sequence of steps is exactly like the more grown-up version of the pamphlet stitch,  without the necessity of needles that can really slow down a class of seven-year olds.  Besides the colorful set of directions pictured above, I’ve also created a have a black and white version of this page. Enjoy! Send pictures!

3 thoughts on “Modified Pamphlet Stitch for Children

  1. This is such a good idea, my Granddaughter will love this. She is five and loves making things, she is good with her hands. Thank you.

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