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« An update on 2 quilts | Main | Grandmother's Choice - Block 24 »

February 15, 2013


Marg in Mirror, AB

What fun! And you've reminded me how I might use the assorted teeny triangles I have left from trimming flying geese units... Thank you!


I have to try this - love how you use Mistyfuse ! I'm collecting cut-offs from several projects, and this would be a great way to use them ...


These are beautiful! And you have me re-thinking the minimum size scraps I should keep or save for someone else.

Leslie McNeil

sparkly spectacular goodness! lvoe em; thanks for the tutorial!

Gabriela Divine

Eeeeeek! Swooning over these now. My goodness!

Judy Ferguson

Love your cards. Misty Fuse really is wonderful.

Cindy Is Crafty

Love the postcards. I thought you used angelina for the sparkle, but now I know.

Sandra at Thistle Co

Vicki, those are great and what a wonderful use of scrap fabric.


Oooh! These are so nice. We used to tape money on the letter for the postman to mail our stuff. I'm not sure they do that anymore! :)

Debbie St. Germain

That is a wonderful way to use up scraps and great tutorial.


Saucy Chick Sherry

How very smart of you to batch make your cards and to use your scraps. They look lovely. Thank you for sharing your techniques. Creative Hearts are Happy Hearts...



Ruth from Stitching Impressions

Thanks for the tutorial. I will have to try it out.

Frances M. Arnold

Thanks for showing how you made the background is great and looks like lots of fun!!


So festive - thanks for the tutorial!

Freda Henderson

I have never made postcards but may have to try. Those are gorgeous. Thanks for the tutorial, it really helps.


love this tutorial, thanks. I especially appreciated the tip to use sparkly thread in the upper looper.


The post cards are fabulous!


Such wonderful happy cards!

I've used postcards to work on my free motion quilting techniques. They are such small manageable projects that they make great practice pieces.

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