For the teal book that I posted a while ago, I went strictly by Traci Bautista's instructions in her "Collage Unleashed" book (which I love). But this time around, I decided to take the steps in a different order. With the first book, I had problems sewing the book pages and spine to the book after adding all the fibers to the latch hook material. For this book, I layered the muslin and paper towel onto the silence cloth and then sewed the latch hook material to the front and back. The painted paper page signatures were sewn into a piece of interfacing as Traci's directions call for. To the interfacing flaps, I went ahead and added the fabric that lines the inside of the covers. Being sure to leave enough room to latch hook, I sewed the pages and fabric lining to the inside of the book and trimmed the fabric overhang from the cover. Forgive me if this is clear as mud! The advantage of this method is that I didn't have to deal with the bulk of the latch hook fibers while sewing the book together.