Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Fabric Post Card

Okay, I can't even begin to tell you how I got started with fabric postcards. All I remember is seeing one, maybe on a blog, I'm not really sure. I started thinking, I know just the right person who would so love getting one of these in the mail. I must learn how to make those. The next thing I know, I've joined a new yahoo group where we'll be making and trading fabric postcards. Now in this group there are a few people that have made these in the past. Our seasoned pros, I would call them. So I feel a little bit intimidated trading with them when I'm but a novice in this area. I figure, practice. I need to practice while the group is still young and we're still trying to finalize the details of the trade. Below is the pic of my first fabric postcard. I made it this morning while watching The View. I kind of like it, except for the pen mark going down the left side of it. I always keep the first item of whatever craft I start, so this one is mine. So the pen mark doesn't really matter, and a lesson has been learned. I shouldn't see any pen marks on the others. So, what do you think?



Terry said...

This is the first fabric postcard I have ever seen.It is simply
I love postcards.
Thanks for dropping by my blog earlier it prompted me to make my own little visit.And discover something new and wonderful.
I am so glad you shared this .
Have a blessed evening.

Three Prince Designs said...

Wow- too cool- your first one?? That is great- pat yourself on the back. Job well done!

Smilingsal said...

I've never heard of a cloth postcard, but this is the cutest thing. Thanks for the visit.

Kimmie.K said...

Oh, my goodness! What a lovely idea! I'll just have to add these to the list of sewing art-crafts that I would love to get to some day. The list keeps getting longer!

As for cute appliques--(you mentioned this on my blog)--I found this awesome book called "100 Applique Motifs by Deborah "Isomoyo" Green". I just ordered it for inspiration and sewing fun somewhere down the road.

Good luck with the upcoming move. I'm SC born and just love NC:)

And thank you for the kind words!

Mountain Home Quilts said...

Great job on the postcard and the quilts in the previous post! Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by my blog. :)

Mary said...

Cute, I've had a lot of fun with postcards and while I don't really like doing exchanges (I did one) I enjoy our family exchange -- just one card a month.