Prairie Points

I’m going to show you how to make some pretty cool Prairie Points. Chose two coordinating fabrics and cut them each 3 1/2″ square.

Two pieces of fabric cut 3 1/2" square.

Two pieces of fabric cut 3 1/2″ square.

Lay one on top of the other with right sides facing. Sew 1/4″ seams all the way around. Use a ruler to draw a line and cut with scissors or use a rotary cutter to cut across the diagonal.

Cut on the diagonal.

Cut on the diagonal.

Turn the triangle right-side out being careful not to distort the bias edges of the triangle. Use something with a pointy edge to turn the point. Press.

Prairie Points

Prairie Points

You could make a bunch of Prairie Points to put around the edge of a baby quilt, or as a decorative edge on an apron pocket or bag.

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