Monday, May 21, 2007


I had quite an art productive weekend with several finished projects to show for it. In addition to the purses in my previous post, I also completed a few postcards. A few weeks ago Jenny and I met at Terri's house for an afternoon of silk fusion. It was fun and easy. I made several small sheets with the intention of making postcards.
I really like the wispy edge of the silk fusion.
Purple Pebbles
This postcard was an experiment in just what can I make my ol' 1990s era Kenmore sewing machine do. It was definitely a task in hand eye coordination. One hand was on the width control while the other guided the card through in gentle waves. My Kenmore has a very limited number of stitches and a limited length and width, but I am please with the wavy zigzag it produced.
For this card I just played around with a free motion stitch with swirls.
Beaded Swirls


Vicki W said...

These cards are awesome!

Dianne said...

The cards are gorgeous!! Love the Purple Pebbles.

Waltraud said...

Your postcards are great, I like these colours and the different techniques.

StegArt said...

They look great Amy! My favorite is the one where you needed all the eye/hand coordination.

Gunnels blog said...

These postcard are wonderful! I really love theme!

Angelcat said...

These are lovely Amy. I particularly like the one you have called Flow!

Grace said...

Love the post cards ... the green swirly one is my favorite. Just wonderful!

The Lone Beader said...

Oh wow! I love these postcards! Did u know that I collect postcards?? :)