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Thread: Prairie Point borders - corners?

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    Prairie Point borders - corners?

    All the tutorials I have seen show the two blocks at the corners butted right against each other.

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    My problem is that after you sew the points on and turn the points to the back, you will have 8 layers of fabric from the points, plus 2 more layers from the backing/border fabric that cross over at the corner on the back!

    Is there a way not to have the 10 layers crossing at the back?
    Thanks for any help!
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    I think you are doing it the way I did it a couple of decades ago.
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