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Thread: Sunflower Prairie Point Tablerunner

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    I just finished making this tablerunner and wanted to see what you thought. My mother took it to her Garden Club meeting yesterday and they all wanted to know how much I wanted for it. Although it's not for sale, according to my husband who loves Sunflowers, it was truly a compliment to me:)
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    I like it. It is a good feeling when someone wants to buy it. The runner looks good on your table. :!:

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    Thank you:)

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    Love it!!! I have always liked prairie points but have been afraid to try them - maybe a table runner would be a great way to try them!!! Did you have a pattern? If so please pm me so I know where I can find the pattern

    I can see why someone would want to buy it - just make some more and sell those lol cheryl :thumbup:

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    Thank you:) Prairie points are easy to make, just takes awhile. Just make your tablerunner any length, width or design you like, then to make the prairie points, you just cut as many 4 x 4 inch squares you need to go around the tablerunner. Fold corner to corner to make the triangle point, pin to the back, overlapping 1/4 of the last point corner and follow the same way all the way around. Then sew them on from the wrong side. I didn't have a pattern, I just saw it on another sewing site and figured it out for myself. Sorry I don't remember the site page, I look at so many all the time. You could probably google it. Have fun:)

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    it is very beautiful....

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    Beautiful table runner.

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    Lovely table runner. Prairie point have always been on my to do list, but I have not yet attempt. You inspire me. Maybe I'll give it a try on my next small project!

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    It looks really nice. Sunflowers brighten up any table. I see why everyone wanted to buy it!
    Your prairie points look great!

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    I am glad you are enjoying it. So often we give away so much of what we make. it is awfully pretty

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