Welcome to Peek-a-boo Pages!
I’m Amy Hindman – Pattern Designer, Blogger, Wife, and Mommy.
My husband and I were married in 2008 in the Salt Lake Temple. We have four children: Anne, Will, Levi and Jack.
I’m originally from Seattle and love the Northwest. We live in rural Eastern Oregon and love it!
When I’m not busy with family/household responsibilities, sewing, and blogging, etc. I love to run, snow ski, water ski, travel, visit family, and read.

In 2010, when Anne was a baby, I started blogging at NaptimeCrafters.com. Blogging eventually led me to start Peek-a-Boo Pattern Shop – where I focus on developing PDF Sewing Patterns for baby, kid, and mom. My love of sewing led me to selling fabric as well which can be found at Peekaboo Fabric Shop. To go along with Peekaboo Pattern Shop…and Fabric Shop, and avoid confusion, Naptime Crafters became Peek-a-Boo Pages in 2015.

 At Peek-a-Boo Pages you’ll find the best of all things DIY, free tutorials and patterns, and sew alongs.  Don’t forget to check out the sewing patterns at Peek-a-Boo Pattern Shop  and fabric at Peek-a-Boo Fabric Shop.

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Have a question? Email me at “peekaboopatternshop{at}gmail{dot}com”

7 Responses

  1. Thank you so much for being standup humans and providing the isolation gown pattern for free. I am a family physician in British Columbia and we are facing the reality that our disposable gown supply is dwindling. I was searching the internet and found your pattern which is dead simple (instead of velcro, I extended the neck bias tape to each side to make neck ties, and instead of elastics, I popped the cuffs and waistbands off my growing kids’ hoodies to act as wrist bands). We are using water repellant curtains from Walmart for the fronts and arms, and material from sheets for the back. My mother in law is making bias tape out of old curtains. Community effort and it started with you in Oregon! Thanks from your Canadian neighbours!!

  2. Thank you for your isolation gown pattern. I made a gown out of all the discarded fabric the OR’s at our hospital pitch. I used the ends of my workout socks for the cuffs. Would love to send you a picture. Again, thank you.

  3. Your instructions on page 3 of the classic tie pattern says that to make a skinny tie you need to print pages 16-25 but actually unless you are making a extra small skinny tie I believe you also need page 15. Now that I have that figured out I am anxious to get started.

  4. Amy

    I am trying to download the instructions for your Ironing board/shelf unit but my computer malware keeps blocking it, no matter what I try. Is there another way to get the tutorial for it?
    Thank you

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