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. 

Add a button if you like!

It's that easy!!!

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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