I’m on a postcard jag lately and it's a good thing. It’s working out well to help keep me from starting a new quilt so that I can make some progress on my UFO list for a while. Most of my UFO list involves the longarm so I'll work on postcards on the sewing machines. I made these last week.
I made a quilt a few years ago using feedsack fabrics and I couldn’t throw out the scraps. I pulled them out and use a sheet of Mistyfuse to fuse the bits to a base fabric (something ugly from my stash). Then I did a lot of straight line stitching to hold the scraps down. I cut hearts from that scrap bit fabric.
The white fabric is from a old sugar sack and the green stripe is another feedsack. Machine stitched buttonhole made these come together quickly.
You can see all the loose fabric bits in the hearts here. I think these turned out really cute.