I’m finding two different listings on Etsy for the Quilt Designs for Postcards Carol Mansfield Book from 2005. For today’s blog, I’m including images from both listings for showing a good representation of what the book includes for the 24 designs.
First, it has been a while since my Fabric Postcards Keepsakes You Can Make & Mail post (10-15-2017), that book is by Franki Kohler.
Secondly, the idea of having made the time to create a small quilted postcard is intriguing.
Third, it makes sense seeing the designs in the book have a range of holidays and seasons for year-round occasions.
Quilt Designs for Postcards Carol Mansfield Book
We are beginning with the listing by itsyourcountry Etsy Shop, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, for $14.00. “Quilt Designs for Postcards paperback book by Carol Wilson Mansfield 24 pattern designs with instructions how to make textile fiber art quilted postcards to mail or swap.”
“This is a how-to book: Using card stock, fabric, thin batting and some sewing you can create unique greeting postcards.
Following the easy design patterns in this book, you can quickly turn plain card stock into cheerful colorful postcards for any occasion and can actually send them through the mail!
There are 24 themes to stitch up and swap or mail including birthday greeting, wow or mom(upside down), baby time, reach for the stars, life’s a beach, set sail,sending love, for my valentine, let’s do coffee, basket of grapes, dragonfly note, flower basket, festive poinsettia, holiday wreath, jolly snowman, happy red hat, it’s Halloween, Halloween pumpkins house to house, sunshine wishes, on the road, wish you were here, spring leaf and Windsor knot. View photo #2 for the 24 designs.“
In addition, we have the listing by ForeverChicTextiles, Minneapolis, Minnesota, for $12.00.
“… Features many wonderful patterns with detailed instructions. Make your own personal postcard to mail, swap or give as a gift.”
Have fun considering creating a fabric postcard with quilting design!
Quilt Designs for Postcards Carol Mansfield Book Attribution & Thank you to the following who I referenced above –