Saturday, August 2, 2008


This is one of the fabric postcards that I made last month to send this month to the bloggers who have joined in the postcard swap. I really enjoyed the Crazy Quilt method and at some point in the future I would like to do a full quilt.

Exchanging postcards is a lot of fun. It is a great way to get to know the bloggers that you visit and really become friends. I invite anyone and everyone to join us! There are no special rules to follow...just make postcards and mail them as you want. Make one a month or one for all; the choice is yours. That way there is no pressure.

If you would like to join us; just send me an email with your name, address, blog address and then I will get the information of the others to you and the fun begins. My sewing room wall is being filled with postcards and it looks great.

I thought I would share the next steps in my Dresden Plate quilt with everyone. I am in a slow mode and it is taking longer than I expected, but that is alright I am in no rush. I really like the way it is starting to come together....loads more to do before it is all put together as a whole.

It took me longer than I thought, but I finally finished the 8 inch by 8 inch squares that will be used in the Dresden Plate quilt I am working on. I think it will look quite nice when it is all put together as a whole. Which will be awhile.

The blocks have been cut in half.

This is one section of the quilt; sewing a multi colored triangle to each side of the white triangle.


  1. I think your fabric postcard is lovely! If I could sew, I'd join in! :)

  2. I would love to join up in the fabric postcard. Are they still going on? Calcrochetnut

  3. H
    Found you via Calcrochetnut. Could I please join this swap as I would like to give it a go too.

  4. Hi,
    Me again, I am in the UK and I can not get your email to pop up on your profile. Here is mine so if you would not mind could you email me so that I can forward by details for the swap?
    Many thanks!