StarBright

I’m so excited. I just finished my very first fabric postcard. Thanks go to DebR for the instructions and everyone at QYW for the encouragement. ๐Ÿ˜€ I know the quilting is bad, but it was fun. I can see this as being a GREAT way to practice different techniques. Now…. who do I send it to? Hmmmm…….

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8 thoughts on “StarBright

  1. Melinda,After thinking about how selfish I was to put my hand up in the air for the first postcard you made…I have to tell you QUITE EMPHATICALLY…KEEP IT…it’s like your first quilt! KEEP IT KEEP IT KEEP IT! BUT…I will take the 2nd one! LOLOLOLOL ;o)HugsLaurie

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  2. I love the look! Great job! I had never heard of Quilt Postcards before. If scrapping didn’t take up so much time. Boy will I be happy when Sophy is old enough to let me get some quilting/ scrapping done again!

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  3. That is very cute! I am so proud of you. I’ve been thinking of you a lot lately. BTW ~ I sent a birthday card to you (while you were in Searcy), and I just received it back (I don’t know why the mail carrier didn’t deliver it). Anyway, I don’t seem to have your home address, but if you’ll get it to me, I’ll send your card. Take care!hugs to all,morgan

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  4. Laurie, you’re silly. ๐Ÿ˜€Morgan, sent you an e-mail.Shannon, I started sewing while Gracie was napping today. Got one whole card finished. ๐Ÿ˜€Hugs,Melinda

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  5. Melinda, the cards look great! I don’t think the quilting looks bad at all. Aren’t the postcards so fun to do? I can’t wait to have a bit more time so I can play around with them.Have fun! Good to see you quilting (or at least playing with fabric!)Judy L.

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