I read an article, sent to me by Robert Baird of Indigent Healthcare Solutions in Conroe, about quilted postcards. Ever since reading the article, I can’t get the idea out of my head. I saw a tutorial on YouTube, but it used paper on one side, which doesn’t appeal to me. I really want to do one on my embroidery machine, with an embroidered message and address on one side and maybe an embroidered photo on the other. But how will I quilt it without interfering with one of those designs? Have you ever made one? Send me your ideas!
And definitely functional! Not to mention that reuse is the purest form of recycling. These broken-fishing-pole and broken-hammer-or-flat-iron thread guides are “constant comment” items at Seldom Seen Studio. My darling husband made the hammer version first, and then we (various … Continue reading