Storm at Sea Postcard

The moon was die-cut with a circle die and fused onto the background fabric.  The waves were die-cut from two different fabrics (one from the right side of the fabric, and the other from the wrong side to make the waves point in opposite directions) and off-set to simulate a storm at sea.  Free-motion stitching (in elongated, horizontal curves on top of the moon, and in large swirls on the waves) was done with regular polyester and metallic threads.

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