Fabric postcards are sometimes easy to make in groups. These Winter White Landscapes were created in triptych fashion.
My beginning base layers were cut approximately 15" wide and 7" tall. I planned the pine tree layouts in groupings of three.
Once my fabric layers were fused, I simply used a 3.0 machine stitch length, and a metallic thread (with large eye needle) to quilt through in wavy horizontal lines. They were cut apart into 4"x6" sizes with a rotary cutter. I had some hand-painted buttons with snowflake-like designs and used my button sewing machine-setting to attach them.
The edges were finished in a tiny blanket-stitch choice. Usually I create a fabric backside. But for this project, decided to glue a postcard weight cardstock to the reverse. I used fabric glue in a thin line along the edges only. Then I weighted them down to dry.
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