Quick stats:

  • Total submissions: 15
  • Total countries: 6
  • Total provinces: 5
  • Total states: 4

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A view by the lake A view by the lake
By: Sheila,
Nova Scotia, Canada

I enjoy creating small landscape postcards , gives me a chance to experiment with fabrics and stitching and this is what I was doing in this postcard , fun to create.

Quilt size: width: 4" height: 6"

Birch woods Birch woods
By: Marian Walters,
Illinois, USA

This is one of my first attempts at a quilted postcard. But I am also learning to do art quilts, so I combined them into one. I fussy cut leaves from fabric, as well as cutting out designs for the birch trees. Then I used markers to highlight the fabric, and then stipple quilted all over.

Quilt size: width: 4" height: 6"

Crazy Paisley Crazy Paisley
By: TiltedEars,
Pennsylvania, USA

This is an ATC that I made for the Quilting Gallery Swap. I try to use something to remember my Gram in every piece that I make. Gram had a huge collection of rick-rack & I have fun tucking a piece of it here & there. I had to include a yo-yo & hand embroidery since those are such fun for me.

Quilt size: width: 2" height: 3"

Dragonfly Dragonfly
By: Regina,
Quebec, Canada

I made this for a themed swap on the Yahoo group PostCardCottage.

Quilt size: width: 6" height: 4"

Duck Duck
By: Garjana,
New Zealand

I am a member of TradingFabricPostCards@yahoogroups.com. This is one of my first fabric postcard swaps.

Quilt size: width: 6" height: 4"

Eagle eyes Eagle eyes
By: Cookie,

I did this postcard as a Birthday Card for a friend. I knew she liked the eagle.

Quilt size: width: 6" height: 4"

Embellished owls Embellished owls
By: Becky Johnson,
Oregon, USA

I made these fabric/quilted postcards for an online swap group. The theme was “embellished owls”. I had just trimmed a bunch of batik fabric, and had these tiny snips of fabric laying around, and the owl fabric, when the idea of using the fabric snips as feathers came to me!!

Quilt size: width: 6" height: 4"

Fire Fire
By: Turid Bakken,

This was one of the ATCs I sent away in the swap earlier this year. So fun to make these little art works. This is made of 48 small squares, and you can imagine how small they were.

Quilt size: width: 2,5" height: 3,5"

Hummingbird Hummingbird
By: Holly McLean,
New Brunswick, Canada

I love to watch the hummingbirds every year at my feeder. This piece was mono printed on a gelatin plate with a mask used for the bird. i painted it with Inktense pencils. The vines are done with bobbin work, the flowers free motion stitched and painted with Setacolor fabric paint.

Quilt size: width: 4" height: 6"

Irish Seascape Irish Seascape
By: Irish Seascape,

I love to make and swap fabric postcards…..I like to use sheer fabrics and tulle with cotton etc…..

Quilt size: width: 4" height: 6"

Mrs Owl Mrs Owl
By: Edny Raknes Reiten,

A gift to a nice lady who love owls.

Quilt size: width: 3,5" height: 2,5"

Postcard Postcard
By: Monika Kinner-Whalen,
Saskatchewan, Canada

Quilt size: width: 6" height: 4"

Puffin Puffin
By: Gail In NB,
New Brunswick, Canada

Paper Pieced Puffin I made for a display at our local museum. Cards came from all over the world and they were wonderful. I was very honored when they chose this postcard out of over three hundred to put in the local newspaper to encourage visitors to the museum.

Quilt size: width: 4" height: 6"

Sunrise Sunrise
By: Tina Gilley,
Florida, USA

I made this post card for a swap. The background fabric is hand dyed.

Quilt size: width: 6" height: 4"

Trick or Treating Trick or Treating
By: Mary Anne Kingston,
Ontario, Canada

This is why you save all sorts of scraps. You can fuse them into all sorts of amusing greetings for every occasion.

Quilt size: width: 6" height: 4"

Postcards and ATCs

5 thoughts on “Postcards and ATCs

  • July 20, 2012 at 4:21 pm

    Wow, some fantastic entries this week! I’m having difficulty choosing!

  • July 22, 2012 at 11:11 pm

    Horrible time choosing, I needed 3 votes! I can’t imagine being able to make something that tiny and that artistic, just sign me

  • July 23, 2012 at 12:08 am

    These were some of the best I have seen. Very creative. Made picking 2 a very difficult task. Bravo to all of you who entered.

  • July 25, 2012 at 6:57 am

    Would love to vote but no buttons showing – (no-one at my home has voted) so is someone using this IP that I don’t know about?

  • July 25, 2012 at 8:26 am

    Hi Linda,

    Voting ended on Monday at 8:00 am (EDT).


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