Ta-Da Prairie Point Step by Step Instructions
Cut fabric strip the width of the Prairie Points you intend to make by the WOF (width of fabric).
Strip width as follows:
1” finished = 5” width 1½” finished = 7” width
2” finished = 9” width 2½” finished = 11” width
Trim the Prairie Point grid from the interfacing panel carefully along the outside dotted lines. A ruler and rotary cutter may make this easier.
Work on an ironing surface. Set your iron to the polyester setting. Press the interfacing using an up and down motion. Start in the middle of the panel, working toward the edges. Hold the iron on interfacing for 8 - 12 seconds to fuse.
Flip material over and press again on the fabric side using a cotton setting making sure all fabric is securely fused to interfacing.
Cut on the inside dotted lines.
Start with Block A. Fold on the long solid fold line making a triangle.
Fold again making the prairie point. Press. Your first priaire point is finished.
Fold block B on long solid line to form triangle. Fold block A down and over Block B (step #7b). Finish the second fold on block B over block A (step #7c). Press and pin. Repeat until all Prairie Points are completed (step #7d).
Fold block A down and over Block B.
Finish the second fold on block B over block A. Press and pin.
Repeat until all Prairie Points are completed.
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