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Thread: 1st attempt at continuous prairie points

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    here's a pic of my 1st every continuous prairie points.

    it was difficult to do at all and its so much easier then cutting each one.

    i'm going to put them around the breast cancer quilt (that pink circle swirl i posted last week).



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    Your Prairie Points are wonderfull!! :D
    What an excellent job you have done.
    I am anxious to see them on your quilt.
    :D :D :D :D :D :D

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    I think the time that it takes to cut the material the correct way for continuous prairie points is well worth the investment!! I think they are awesome when done!

    Love the purple! (I bought my first piece of purple fabric a few days ago... ready for the red hat soon!)

    Lori

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    Very nice!

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    Impressive, Klue. I've never done prairie points before. How is it attached to the quilt? (i.e. sandwiched....)

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    Very Pretty!!! Will be looking forward to the picture of this quilt :D :D :D

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    Those are really great. I love the color you chose! Can't wait to see the what you put them on!

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    They are perfect, as everything you do is, and they are going to look great on your quilt!

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    They look great - cool fabric!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ducky
    Impressive, Klue. I've never done prairie points before. How is it attached to the quilt? (i.e. sandwiched....)
    i'm going to sew them onto the front of the quilt between the quilt top and the binding strip.

    then i'll fold the binding over to the back and close the quilt sandwich.

    then i'm going to press the prairie points out to cover the binding and then i'll decide if i want to tack each one down or if it could just stay pressed out.

    the quilt is going to be hung on a wall so i could tack them down if i'm unhappy with the look.

    i just have to be careful this quilt is already sold and paid for - i really can't mess it up

    :shock:



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