I'd promised to make a tutorial to explain how I went about making the Monsoon inspired fiber book.
So I began by choosing a size for my pages. I chose 4 inches x 6inches for each page. I also chose the fabric for the pages some were silks others were dyed with rust and tea.
I cut fabric fusing into pieces measuring 8 inches x 12 inches and ironed them onto the back. Ironing fusing onto the back of the fabric one is going to do embroidery or applique on, stops the base fabric from puckering.Especially if you are embroidering text.
Then I embellished the pages with embroidery and applique. There was fabric and paper which I appliqued onto some pages.
Once the embroidery and applique was done I put the pages together, just to see I had the sequence right.
Next each double spread was turned over and the excess fabric was folded over and tacked down.
Somewhere along the way I felt a small shibori frill attached to the edge of the cover would complete the whole thing, and that's just what I did.Monsoon fiber book.
I hope the method I used is sufficiently clear for you to try and make a little fiber book of your own. It isn't rocket science so I'm sure you'll improvise any steps you couldn't understand and create something quite special.
Do let me know I'd love to see what you create.