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Continuous Prairie Point Technique Class



Continuous strip of prairie points made using one or two fabrics.
Love the look of prairie points but hate all those little squares of fabric? How about a strip of them? The only limit to the length is the length of your fabric! NOTE: We are making a sample piece to practice on. No sewing in this class.
Skill Level:
intermediate
Requirements:
Remember that this is a sample piece for you to practice on and refer back to in the future.  7" strip of fabric: Please make sure that this is cut straight and measures 7" wide all the way across the fabric! SEE PRE-CLASS INSTRUCTIONS!!  Smallish ruler. My favorite is a 4" x 10", but as long as it is 3?" to 4" in both directions it will work. If it is too much larger it will become somewhat awkward.  Scissors: Make sure that they are very sharp and that they cut right to the point of the blades. Rotary cutters will not work. I like my Karen Kay Buckley medium sized (6" blue) ones for this project.  Pins: I have used applique pins for this. I don?t recommend really long ones?you will be pricking yourself a lot!  Pencil or Frixion pen  Ironing boards and irons are available. Continuous Prairie Point preparation instructions to be done prior to class: 7" strip of fabric: Please make sure that this is cut straight and measures 7" wide all the way across the fabric! Press this in half the long way (similar to a binding strip). Make sure to get the raw edges as even as possible.
Instructor Name:
Dawn

Continuous Prairie Point Technique Class

Cost:
$ 10.00
Tue, Nov 29, 2022 at 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
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