Alphabet Trade: X, Y, Z, & and ?

The letters X, Y and Z and the symbols & and ? inspired the following postcards:

X is for X-ray form by Maureen Callahan

X is for x-ray form, Callahan

Note: The address side of Maureen’s postcard reads:

Patient name: Old Lady

Condition: Swallows Fauna

Diagnosis: Perhaps she’ll die

Admitted by: Dr. G.House Fly

Y is for Say Yes to Yellow by Lynn Chinnis

Y is for Yes to Yellow, ChinnisZ is for Zig-Zag by Evie Harris

Z is for zig-zag, HarrisAmpersand by Suzanna BondZ1 Ampersand, Bond? by Sarah Ann SmithQuestion Mark, SmithThe creative person’s best question! From an original watercolor by Sarah Ann Smith.

This trade began in 2011 and was completed in 2013. We hope you’ve enjoyed seeing what the alphabet inspired in our members as much as we enjoyed creating these fabric postcards!

Catch up on what was inspired by the entire alphabet here, here, here, here and here.

4 thoughts on “Alphabet Trade: X, Y, Z, & and ?

  1. I’m going to miss seeing the wonderful ideas that this group has released to my universe. I don’t know the reason why it is but this last bit just struck me as being so much livelier and entertaining. The last one for the question mark just leads me on and on. I was already in that frame of mind with quilt I’m making that asks: What if the Hokey Pokey really is what it’s all about? Thank you for sharing, Franki and friends.

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