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Thread: Continuous scrappy prairie points

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    Oh man this is way to cool. I have done scrappy before but I never sewed them together first. That is really a great idea! Thanks for sharing this! I love the way it spaces them perfectly! :shock:

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    Thank you so much for showing how to do this!
    Just another reason why I love this board - so many generous people taking the time to educate us by example
    (which is the easiest way for me to learn....)

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    Thank you so much for sharing. This is a fabulous way to make the prairie points.

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    Great tutorial! Bookmarked for sure! Thank you.

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    Thank you so much for the tutorial . It is the best I have seen for this pattern.

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    Thanks sew much!

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    I've just made a small sample using this method and am very pleased with the result, all the more so as this is my first time making any sort of prairie points.

    After a final pressing, I sewed 1/4 inches from the original seam to catch the new edges and thus keep my sample together. I think I also may trim away the initial seam allowance so as to reduce bulk.

    Thank you so much for your tutorial! It's fun, easy and effective!

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    I tried to do this method and did not like it.So I went back to the other simple way.......

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    Thanks. That looks like fun!

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    Very interesting!!!!!!

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    Thank you, thank you for this tutorial!!!!!!! I have a project I'm working on right now that your scrappy prairie points will do nicely!! :-)

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    Omg! LOVE THIS! THANK YOU!

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    WOW !!! THANKS kwilter11

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    Great tute , thank you , looks easy

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    I bookmarked this, too. I so look forward to these new tutorials from you quilters who take the time to find new, and easier ways to make quilts. Thank you!

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    Thanks ever so much for this informative tutorial!!!! Prairie points don't seem so difficult now!!! For sure this is going into my bookmarks!!!! Thanks again!!!!

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    I know I am very dumb,so sorry ,now what do you do with these tutorials.Do you use them as an edge around a quil?

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    Can't wait to try this. I love the look of the prairie points on a quilt, but trying to get them even was just too much fooling around. This way they are already spaced.

    Thank you so much!!!!!

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    Thank you so much. Looks easy when you do it.

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    Must try this one, thank you!

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    This looks so much easier and faster than the way I have made them. Thanks so much for your tutorial.

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    Goodness me this is amazing I love this idea. Looks great thanks for sharing !

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    Thanks for sharing this. I have seen continuous PP, but never the scrappy ones like this. Like this soooo much more.

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    Thanks!!!!!!!
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    What a nice tute. I have never done prairie points ever and this is a great way to learn. I copied and pasted it into my word program and will print it off to keep with my other quilting techniques. Thanks for sharing.
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