Prairie Points (Part 3)

Posted on

So, you get your beautiful quilt back from the quilter and you need to finish the prairie point edges…

Spread the quilt out so that your batting fabric faces up. Trim your backing and batting fabric 1/2″ out from the seamline that attaches the prairie points to the quilt top. Then go back again and trim your BATTING ONLY right down to the seamline. Wrap your backing around the batting so that the fold meets the seamline. Press and pin. Slip stitch the backing to the back of the prairie point so the seamline is covered.

That’s all you have to do to add prairie points – a little something special for your quilt!

Pin It
Get updates via email!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *