Click here to download Making Fabric Postcards (PDF file)
These instructions were written for our family postcard exchange. There are lots of different ways to make these, this is just how I do it.
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The following are postcards I’ve made for our family exchange, there are NOT specific instructions for making these cards.
6 thoughts on “Postcards”
OOOOOO, I love these. They look kind of tricky. I’ll try one and let you know how I do. THANKS !
This is a neat way to use up small pieces of special fabrics if there isn’t enough to make a bowl, box, or quilt block! I plan on doing some of these. I found some peltex I’d bought for something (can’t remember what!), so maybe I can just make some to have ready when I need one!
Where do you get the clear envelopes, though?
This is –BY FAR — the BEST directions for making postcards that I’ve read. You covered each section in very clear detail. Now I can actually use the pattern that I bought more than a year ago. Thank You!
How do I get on a list to exchange my quilted postcards around the world and in the USA?
Your beaded snowflake is my favorite. What a wonderful blog, and thanks for the PDF file too!
I am new to blogging and just started a site on fabric postcards, in case you are interested.
How pretty, I have been interested in these for a long while so now I have the encouragement to get started. Thanks!