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How to make a fabric postcard for Valentine's Day that can actually go through the post/mail
Materials to make one card one piece of 6" x 4" of thick, stiff interfacing ( I use Timtex™ or fast2fuse® ) two 6" x 4" pieces of ...
I have successfully sent and received fabric postcards sent "naked" through the postal system. You can of course put it in an envelope if you prefer. The more ...
Attach one piece of fusible web to one side of the interfacing using an iron according to the manufacturers instructions. It is advisable to put a sacrificial layer ...
Now for the fun bit - embellishment! If you are going to use beads leave these until after you have done any machine sewing so you don't get ...
Now your top side has been fully decorated it is time to cover up any visible stitching with the white fabric. Using your remaining piece of 6" x ...
To prevent any chance of the outer fabric edges peeling up they need also to be stitched down. I use my sewing machine with a coloured thread in ...
Turn back onto the plain white side. Test your fine black pen on a scrap of the white fabric to make sure it doesn't bleed or smudge. If ...
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