I’ve been blogging about the monthly challenges and programs at my modern guild, hoping it will be helpful to some of you who need challenge or program ideas. Here’s a recent one: we made fabric postcards.
I gave out pieces of Peltex 71F cut 4″ x 6″ to use as the stabilizer and backing for the cards. I gave no further guidance, though I did bring an example to pass around.
I probably should have provided a handout with some basic instructions, since we have members with quite variable skills, as do most guilds. Anyway, here are some of the postcards people made. As you can see, they varied in technique quite a bit, and all were fun.
Those are so cute and such a good idea.Thanks.
They were fun! Glad you enjoyed them.
Loved the variety/creativity!
Thank you 😊
These are fantastic and were fun to look at. The zentangle one was very cool, as was the sample one with the rose you had!
Yes, I chose the Zentangle one to come home with me
What a lovely idea! I never thought of quilted postcards…I think I will try some.
I just found your blog and I find it very informative.
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Hi Mary, I loved looking at these postcards! Yours use such pretty fabrics and layouts. The UFO button adds such a clever touch ~Abbie
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