WIP Wednesday: Fabric Postcards

Animal rescue fabric postcardsI’ve been working on fabric postcards to sell at the Good Mews Holiday Market in December (all proceeds from sale of my items will benefit the shelter), so I thought I’d post a couple of them in progress.

These are all just about ready to attach to the cardstock so they can be mailed.

The first set is from a panel I bought at the AQS Chattanooga show that features some “rescue” messages with pictures of cats. I added bits of ribbon or felt to jazz them up. I’m afraid, however, that the grumpy grey tabby in the lower right is going to stay grumpy despite any amount of ribbon being added.

Christmas fabric postcardsMy next set is based on a panel I got two years ago and used in a tablerunner for my aunt, and these gave me a chance to use some of the fancy stitches on my machine.

I’ve got around 20 or so based on various panels that are ready to be finished up and attached to cardstock, then I’ll take a break and work on a bigger quilt, and then go back to postcards. Any of these that don’t sell at the shelter event will get donated to the East Cobb Quilter’s Guild show next June.


3 thoughts on “WIP Wednesday: Fabric Postcards

  1. The kitties almost made me cry with all the messages as we love our rescue :) How are you going to attach the cards to the card stock? Using decorative stitches on the Christmas ones is a great idea!

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