Posted by: maureenc | October 6, 2006

Fabric and fibre Postcards: Day 50

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I’ve just been doing a tally of the cards I’ve received in the last three months—
FIFTY and still counting!
So I guess that means I’ve mailed out over 50 myself.
Like the journal quilts I’m attempting,the smaller format generally means that a project gets completed.
In the case of fabric/fibre cards,it’s not as deflating to the ego when a plan does not work simply because of the size and amount of fabric and fibre involved in a 6×4 inch as compared with a largeish quilt.
I also find the 6x4s a great way to try out new procedures.

Well,visitors have arrived………I may be back later!

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  1. Cool blog! AWESOME post cards! :o)


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