Even if you just trim then add a straight stitching to keep all layers together!Just a hint though: when stitching do not start at a corner ! Starting away from the corner seems to give a more even stitching,also if you have a rotary…"
Before I could offer advice, I would need to know WHAT you use as STABILISER for your postcard?
I have been making and swapping fabric postcards for over six years and some 500 cards (withouut bragging
I usually "build" my…"
I enjoy making small landscape quilts; fabric & fibre postcards for Postmark'dArt and when I have time, hand worked embroidery for Crazy Patchwork
Where did you learn your textile skills?
Apart from a few workshops over the years I am self taught with a great reliance on my library.Having always been a "reader" I found it very easy to accumulate reference books on varied stitching subjects.
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Maureen, The art quilters group is a local one based in Crows Nest about 40 mins from Toowoomba. I love their name "Women on the Edge" or WOTE. They have some very talented members and have invited me to join. Hope I am not a big disappointment!! We also have another art quilt group in town, Darling Downs Art Quilters. It seems very popular around here. Oh, I am only 2 months behind with my art journal quilts which are for yet another art quilt group which is a branch of Toowoomba Quilters. I am sure you will catch up, no pressure, right??