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Thread: Continuous Prairie Points Pattern

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    Senior Member berrypatch's Avatar
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    Continuous Prairie Points Pattern

    Hi ~ Wondering if anyone knows where I can get (not utube) a pattern for continuous prairie points ? I was hoping for a printed pattern. Thank You !

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    Do you mean around the edge of the quilt?? I found this on McCall's Quilting website:
    http://www.mccallsquilting.com/mccal..._points_edging
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    The method in the demo Evie shared the link for is how I've always made them. You might be able to print off the instructions.
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    Thanks for the link ....it will definitely be my method of choice for prairie points....and I recently saw where someone had a template for correct cut placement, but I have no idea where I saw it now.

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    Found a template you can get for 2 or 3 inch points.

    http://www.stitchntimefabrics.com/sh...5285211680.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evie View Post

    Such an awesome tutorial!! Thank you for sharing it. I can't wait to give it a try.
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    I'm always amazed at how quickly some of you find sites to answer someone's question!

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    there used to be one on this website under the tutorials tab.....

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    Great tutorials and the template is really helpful. Thank you to everyone who posted.

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    I have made them for pillowcases I sewed! Instead of the 2-2.5 trim between the main piece of pillowcase and the cuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ppquilter View Post
    I have made them for pillowcases I sewed! Instead of the 2-2.5 trim between the main piece of pillowcase and the cuff.
    i like this idea, thanks
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    Thanks for the great info

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    [U]Thank you to all for great info !

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    Accuquilt makes dies available in several Prairie Point sizes, at least for the Studio, not sure about GO! but if you have a die cutter, you might check those out too as a quick option.
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