Posted by: maureenc | September 2, 2006

Fabric and Fibre Cards: Day 18


Yesterday’s cards featured hand work;
today’s card uses a mixture of stitches available on most modern sewing machines.

Worked on a WoW self patterned quilter’s cotton,NancyA has chosen five bright colours,one per stitch pattern and worked it as whole-cloth before cutting to 6×4 postcard size.
Simple and very effective! Posted by Picasa



  1. It is amazing how effective ‘simple’ can be sometimes 🙂

  2. Looks great! I love my machine’s stitches. I might have to try this, when another couple of projects are finished.

  3. Looks a good idea to try. Also think how good it could look as Christmas pc’s using gold thread!

  4. What a fantastic idea – must try this sometime.



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