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Prairie Point Table Runner

Learn how to make prairie points while creating this cute table runner!

  • 25 US dollars
  • Stitched in Schertz

Upcoming Sessions


Service Description

Join Michelle as she takes you through this easy and quick table runner. No traditional binding is required for this one as it uses Prairie Point around the edges. (A free pattern is included.) Required fabrics and supplies: ❑ 12 assorted prints—6” x 6” minimum (for triangles) ❑ 24 assorted prints—5” x 5” minimum (for prairie points—half can be the same as triangles) ❑ 1⁄4 yard ecru fabric (for background) ❑ 1⁄4 yard print fabric (for border) ❑ 12 1/2" x 32 1/2" fabric (for backing) ❑ 12 1/2" x 32 1/2" batting ❑ 3 – 2” diameter buttons (optional) ❑ Coordinating or neutral thread ❑ 1⁄4” foot for your sewing machine ❑ Walking foot (for quilting) Prep Work: Before you begin cutting your triangles, it is best to STARCH and PRESS your fabric. Because you are cutting on the bias, the fabric will stretch easily. Starching and pressing will keep the stretch at a minimum and will result in better results. From ecru fabric: • Cut 6 – 6” x 6” squares • Cut each square in half to make 12 triangles. From 12 assorted fabrics: • Cut 12 – 6” x 6” squares • Cut each square in half to make 24 triangles From 24 assorted fabrics (half of these can be from the assorted fabrics above): • Cut 24 – 5” x 5” squares From outer border fabric: • Cut 2 side borders (1 1⁄2” x 12 1⁄2”) • Cut 2 top/bottom borders (1 1⁄2” x 30 1⁄2”)


Cancellation Policy

We understand things happen. Unfortunately, we do not refund class fees, but we can apply it to future classes.


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