June 17, 2018

How to Make a Quilt Sleeve using Prairie Points!

If you've not tried this sleeve method...it's worth a look!

 Begin with an 8-1/2" square (can be less depending on the size of the quilt or hanging).






 Place the raw edge of the triangles along the edge of the quilt.


Sew less than 1/4" from the edge, so the binding will cover your stitching!



Once the Prairie Point Triangles are sewn into place, take a tacking stitch to secure each point.  Slip your rod behind the Prairie Points to hang. 


It's that easy!!!


More of the new Star Spangled Picnic quilt getting some feathery fill!

And don't forget about the Give~Away which ends June 24th!!  
Two lucky winners each win a finished single Star Spangled Picnic block hanging!  I have an arrow in the photo above pointing to one of the blocks.
One winner will be chosen from Instagram and the other from Facebook!  

 Head over there now and look for this post picture.


Have a wonderful Father's Day...
I picked a handful of wild flowers from our family farm this morning and presented them to my dad.  Other than a hug and lots of love, what else does one need when they are 87?  
This is where i grew up and my parents still live there today. 
 Photo was taken last week by my sister in law.  




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