A while back I ordered some blank cards with the idea that I would use some fabric scraps to create my own note cards.
In addition to the cards, I had this spray intended to turn any fabric into fusible fabric. Never mind why.
So I sprayed the back of one of my little orphan blocks, then ironed it onto the card. I pinked the edges of the blocks before using because I figured there’d be endless loose threads otherwise.
The heat of the iron warped the card a little, so I wasn’t entirely satisfied with that. A glue stick probably would have worked as well, without creating the warp.
Despite the warp, this was actually going pretty well, and I have an (almost) endless supply of little orphan blocks, so next I tried sewing the blocks on the cards:
It was difficult to keep them from distorting while being sewn. So…warped cards from ironing, or blocks slightly askew from sewing? Anyway, they are unique 🙂
Be warned: If I correspond with you regularly, one of these will be coming your way, ready or not!