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How to Add a Continuous Prairie Point Border to Any Quilt

Continuous prairie points is a great alternative to cutting up individual squares of fabric. It is faster and easier than the individual square method and in today’s busy world we all could use a little faster and easier. A prairie point edge may take a little more time than attaching a traditional binding, but certainly gives a quilt a little more pizzazz. This edging can be attached to any quilt, HoopSisters or not. If you have never done a prairie point edge, we encourage you to give it a try. You will love the continuous prairie point method.

We will show you two options, one fabric and two fabric prairie points. We have provided diagrams for the one fabric option and step by step photos for the two fabric option. We will also give you calculations so you will know how much fabric to purchase and how to cut your prairie points strips. 

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