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Thread: Continuous scrappy prairie points

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    Thanks! I think PP's are so cute on the right quilt, and this one is getting bookmarked for me!

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    Great tut! Thanks for sharing. You make it look easy. Will have to give it a try.

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    wonderful tute. I will try this, excellent directions. Thank you so much

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    Thanks for sharing!! I will have to show this to a friend of mine that just bought a very expensive ruler to make PP this way .... or maybe I won't show her??

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    Absolutely AMAZING!!

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    Great tute. I have wanted to do this but did not want to take the time. I think this would be time worthy. Thank you for taking the time to show us this.

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    Oh thank you!!! I've been wanting to try this and I like them scrappy. I'm bookmarking for sure!!!

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    I might try this now. I always thought it was way too hard. But you made it look easy enough to be very do able.

    Thanks for taking time to do this.

    Pamela

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    I book marked this tut. Thanks. However... my quilts are to be used and washed. How do pps hold up under washing? I think they look great but have always been afraid to try them because I was afraid they would have to be ironed after every wash.

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    Thanks for the great tutorial

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    Brilliant! Thank you.

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    Thank you. I'm bookmarking this.

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    Thanks for the great tute. I love doing prairie points and have never tried it this way but will do so now. I bookmarked it so I can find it.

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    Thanks for this tute. I have been wanting to do this on a mystery quilt I've recently completed. Have to put the borders on first. Maybe a project for today since I'm snowed in.

    Marie M.

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    Did you dream this up in your sleep? At first I thought, "What is she doing?" Then it all came out correctly.

    Amazing!

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    WOW What an idea! ! I will use this. Thanks.

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    Question?? When you attach to the quilt, it seems to me that you will have to take more than a 1/4" seam to be able to get the 'lower points' caught in the seam, right? Or am I missing something? I have not tried this, so maybe this is the reason I am not seeing the last step right.

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    i wondered how to do this! Thank yyou so much!

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    Thank you, I have always thought there should be an easier way and you have shown me there is.

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    Cool! Keeping this one!

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    This is a great idea. Thanks!

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    Thanks for sharing the tut!

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    Thank you!

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    Yes - thank you!

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    Thank you. I love edging a quilt with prarie points!

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