On this page are directions on how to create prairie points to
decorate your sewing projects.
3"x3" square = 1 prairie point
Prairie points could be added to the edge of quilts or blankets.
We've added them to a cloth basket you'll see below. Use your
imagination for adding them to finish off many different sewing
How to Sew
Fold your square in half making a triangle. Iron flat. Turn again to
make a smaller triangle. Iron flat again.
To add to your project pin to edge and sew over the top of each
You can add these around the outside of quilts
, whatever you can
For these projects you would sew the prairie points as shown above.
For example, to add to a pillow you would sew points to one of your
rectangles or squares of material and then sew the two right
sides together. Once you turn your project right side out
your points will be showing.
Here is another example of what you can do with prairie points.
Kids Lessons Projects:
~Kids Sew Lessons, ~Applique Shirt Project, ~Bath Mitt, ~Binder Cover,~Christmas
Cone Ornaments,~Cloth Basket,~Cloth Basket Tray with Ribbon Corners,
Dinner Napkins or Bread Cloths,~Easy
Sew Curtains,~Fairy Costume,
Sew Table Runner,~Pillowcase
Skirt,~Placemat with Pocket,
~Prairie Points,~Sew Purse, ~Recycle
Your Old Tie Projects,~Reversible HeadBands, ~Shirt
into Shorts Project,~Shirt
and Transform it into a Dress,~T-shirt
Skirts,~Tie Pillow, ~Tie Skirt,~Tiered T-shirt Skirt, ~Wall Hanging, ~Photo
how to sew, ~Entertainment
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