For all those who are interested in Fabric Postcards
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hmmm didn't peeps do a March fabric postcard?
I'm rubbish at waiting on my cards... so thought I'd give march a miss
Lydia, WOW your vintage postcard is absolutely stunning. Your stotching is beautiful. I will try to figure out how to post a pic but if you have one go ahead and post it so everyone can see your gorgeous pc. Thanks so much. Hugs, Shelly
Ingegard, there are several groups on Flickr to view both fabric postcards and ATCs.. http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=fabric%20postcards ; http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=fabric%20ATCs ; or, if you check the last posts on the various discussions, you will find that many participants post their photographs there...
Is the February list up yet?
Is it possible to see your already finished and swaped postcard ( and ATC) somewhere,at a gallery? That would be nice.
I just added my postcard received from Heike. Really appreciated it and have enjoyed looking at it and all your beautiful workmanship and time spent on it. The postage stamps were just as pretty. Thanks sooooo much. Carol M.
Patricia, your China postcard is on it's way over the ocean to your place. I just mailed it today at the post office. Let me know when you have received it. Thanks!
Mary et al, a person uses what they like to work with.
I always make a foundation from fabric that has as little give and stretch as possible. When finished the foundation doesn't show, it is to keep the work from deforming. Currently I like polyester silk screen fabric. I layer other fabrics on that for working thickness, color, texture, and design. You work in whatever methods you like, applique, quilt, embroidery, cross stitch...whatever.
Hi Mary Dahlberg, I asked some thing similar not long back and Kathryn's answer is 4 comments below your enquiry.Hope that helps.
Got my design worked out and found my fabrics out last night ,just need some batting otherwise would be busy at it .
Hello, New to fabric post cards. Looking forward to learning from everyone. First question, what do you use, quilter's cotton?, batting?, interfacing?, etc. Would love to hear from you.
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