(This post is sponsored by the Cedarburg Spur Fiber Arts Trail members.)
Humans have creative souls. All of the artists’ creative energy is inspiring, for sure. But it also can be a little frustrating because while you’re going from fiber art studio to fiber art studio, it’s natural to just want to ‘make something’, too! But then you realize all the effort it takes to get the materials together, carve out a work space on the dining room table and then shoehorn a few minutes into an overloaded schedule.
We decided to have it all ready for you. In a big work space with materials. We have 5 X 7 fabric postcard sandwiches all made up. Fabric on both sides with interfacing in the middle. The condiments are up to you. Yarn, trim, fabric pieces, buttons, beads and other ‘found’ objects (or bring your own).
So, just pull up a chair and let your brain go to that magical place and make a fabric postcard. It’ll be nice to spend a little ‘me time’ amid the whirl and bustle of the weekend creating something just for yourself, a friend or family.
Our two p.s. Postcard (Making) Stations are located in the lobby of the Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts out on Portland Road in Cedarburg and on the second floor at the Cedarburg Woolen Mill at the corner of Columbia and Washington Ave in downtown Cedarburg. Grand Opening Weekend details here.
This postcard was made by Jeanie Rudich, owner of Ye Olde Schoolhouse Quilt Shop. It tells such a nice story of the treasures and history found at her shop. YOSQS is located at 318 Green Bay Road in Cedarburg.
This post is sponsored by the Cedarburg Spur Fiber Arts Trail members.