Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Folding Fabric - Prairie Points

Making  prairie points can be a fun way to add a little pizazz to your small quilt.I prefer to starch the fabric before I start folding. This gives me a stiffer fabric which holds the pressed creases much firmer.
First, cut an assortment of squares to fit the quilt you are making.

Press in half.

Bring corners (selvages together) to the center and press.
Never one to miss the opportunity to embellish, I like to add a bit of thread to my points.
Machine stitching.

Hand stitching.

No comments: