Sunday, April 5, 2015

Easter Greeting from Vintage Vogue

If you celebrate the season...Happy Easter from Vintage Vogue.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

To My Darling Vintage Postcard Image from Vintage Vogue

This has always been one of my favorite vintage postcards that's included on the Vintage Postcard CD Set from Vintage Vogue.  It's FF105.

Since thoughts of mine are heavy on my heart today, I thought that I'd share this with you.

Enjoy!

When you have time to browse, please visit Vintage Vogue.

Monday, November 10, 2014

Christmas Greetings Crazy Quilt Stocking from Vintage Vogue

Here's a crazy quilt stocking featuring one of my favorite postcards from my personal collection.  It's C204 from my Vintage Postcard CD.

Print the stocking directly onto computer printer fabric with your inkjet printer, then use it as the foundation for your crazy quilt stocking with the center image already in place.

To use this foundation pattern, align the edge of your fabric with the dotted line and sew on the straight line.  Flip the fabric over and press toward the dotted line.  Stitch three pieces of fabric together (6-1, 6-2 then add 6-3).  Treat as one piece of fabric for 6.  Applique the toe and heel (7 and 8).

Piece the stocking, then embellish it with threads, trims, ribbons and beads

When you have time to browse, please visit Vintage Vogue

Monday, August 11, 2014

Best Wishes Crazy Quilt Block from Vintage Vogue

Here's a crazy quilt block featuring one of my favorite postcards from my personal collection.  It's F142 from my Vintage Postcard CD.

Print the block directly onto computer printer fabric with your inkjet printer, then use it as the foundation for your crazy quilt block with the center image already in place.

To use this foundation pattern, align the edge of your fabric with the dotted line and sew on the straight line.  Flip the fabric over and press toward the dotted line.  Stitch two pieces of fabric together (1-1, 1-2 and 2-1, 2-2 and 3-1, 3-2).  Treat as one piece of fabric for 1, 2 and 3.  Stitch four pieces of fabric together (4-1, 4-2 then add 4-3 then add 4-4).  Treat as one piece of fabric for 4.

Piece the block, then embellish it with threads, trims, ribbons and beads.

When you have time to browse, please visit Vintage Vogue.