This week, it has been time to make fabric postcards. An old and special friend soon to be in surgeon’s hands, needs I feel, some wishes upon a star for her recovery to good health again. This postcard – with its very special star – was made today to mail to her at hospital. This was created with purchased printed polyester, overlaid with a gorgeous lace flower, and machine embroidered with orange polyester thread. My special message to her is handwritten on the fabric back.
If you are wondering how the other Postcards were made, I used Polysol dyes to create the backgrounds, then stitched and beaded to create more imagery. I am wondering which one you like best– and of
course I am curious as to your reason for your choice.
As you can see landscapes still emerge from my fingers – maybe I will move onto other imagery soon….I wonder.
Born in Adelaide, a Sydney dweller until 2012 when I moved to Dungog in New South Wales, Australia, I welcome any enquiries regarding quilts or textile art pieces that may interest you.
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