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Thread: Prairie point Christmas wreath

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    Does anyone have a pattern for one of these? I saw one at a quilt show in Gilbertsville, NY yesterday. It was on a backing of what looked like thick cardboard covered with fabric, and had overlapping prairie points all around, with buttons around the center hole. I've just searched the Web but couldn't find anything like it.

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    I don't know if this is what you're after, but I found this on the net...

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v4...k/DSCF0477.jpg

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    Thank you - but that wasn't it. It's hard to describe...it was an actual wreath, not a quilt, made of prairie points overlapping and going around in a circle. It must have been about 10 inches across and almost flat.

    Thanks again, everyone!

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    Lori, I know what you mean, and I thought I had downloaded a tute on it, it is actual folded fabric and attached to a ring, I will keep my eye out for you :D

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    Thank you! I will also search under other titles (instead of prairie points).


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    P.S. is that your dog? Is it a Cavalier? Almost looks like a baby Bernese!

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    I don't know...I have got NO sewing done tonight as I have been surfing the net trying to find that blinking prairie point wreath lol!!

    I haven't been successful BUT I have found a lovely fabric one heres a link to it :D

    http://images.google.co.uk/imgres?imgurl=http://www.thecalicocupboard.com/images/Wreath%2520for%2520web640.JPG&imgrefurl=http://www.thecalicocupboard.com/pro...A8CX1zOacULXzM:&tbnh=124&tbnw=137&prev=/images%3Fq%3Dfabric%2Bwreath%2Bpatterns%26start%3D 260%26ndsp%3D20%26um%3D1%26hl%3Den%26rlz%3D1T4SUNA _enES268ES269%26sa%3DN

    Wow that was a long link I copied and pasted, hope it works, and I hope it tempts you tee hee!!

    Its the fall leaves wreath, you have to scroll down past some fabric panels etc. then click on the first of the three wreaths

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    Yes, Sasha is a Cavelier King Charles Spaniel...a LOT smaller than a Bernese :D

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    What an adorable dog! I have a Cavalier too - he's called Charlie and he is a ruby with a little patch of white on his chest and under the chin. I always wanted one and finally got him 2 years ago - he is the sweetest dog I ever had.

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    Thanks for spending so much time on this! That wreath is really nice - very tempting!

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