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Thread: Good Tutorial -- Continuous Prairie Points

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    Senior Member grocifer's Avatar
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    Good Tutorial -- Continuous Prairie Points

    This was used instead of binding and she made it look so easy.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfCry...e_gdata_player

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    Really neat, thanks so much

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    How cool is that!!

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    This looks so easy even I might be able to do it. Or I hope so. Love this.
    Vonda-Texas MiMi of 4 Beautiful Grandbabies

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    we can do this in our next lesson..is that poo-poo sleeping on the couch?

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    Excellent! I was always afraid to tackle prairie points but I might try them now.

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    that is an excellent tut that makes it seem possible to make continuous prairie points, i can imagine how nice it would look with 2 different fabrics...i'll add this to the never ending bucket list..lol

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    Thanks for sharing

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    Can't wait to try!!! thanks
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    Welcome to a wonderful group of quilters! How late did you stay up last night after finding this site? (Probably to the crack of dawn!) Yes, that's PooPoo and Matthew napping on the couch with the quilt I made to replace one of his great-grandmothers that he had worn out.............

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    Thanks for the great link! Gotta try this one!!
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    Oh Boy! I can't wait to try this. Thanks for sharing.
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    great video. Thank you

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    I can't wait to try this, looks amazing, thank u for sharing
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    Wow! Can't wait to try this. I'd love to do this on a larger quilt too, but if you took it to the long arm person, could they quilt it with this edge instead of binding it????
    Karen in Kentucky

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    Great tute, Thanks for sharing.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Thanks so much, what a cool site.

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    That is so cool! I think even I could do this.

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    Thanks so much for this. She really does a nice job of presenting this technique. I saw it done on Simply Quilts YEARS ago and of course wouldn't be able to remember how to do it.
    Pat

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    Thank you. Very clear instructions.The best tutorial that I have seen.
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    Awesome tute on Prairie Points. Sooooo easy. Do you have one that easy for Tumbling Blocks. I would love to see one that is easy to do.

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    Thank you for sharing................looks like something I can handle!!

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    Check out the Strata Star that Maxine shows. She and her shop are so worth visiting if you are in the area of Franklin, NC. She always has the best tips on her Tuesday Technique classes. No affiliation...just love the shop.

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