Continuous Prairie Points links

Continuous Prairie Points links

Post by J* » Fri, 07 Aug 2009 07:12:53



http://www.santarosaquiltguild.org/downloads/PrariePoint-Instructions...
this link shows how to do continuous PPs with two fabrics so they alternate
along the row.

http://womenofartisticvision.blogspot.com/2007/10/october-wav-meeting...
http://patchworkunderground.com/blog/2009/03/continuous-prairie-point...
these two show how to do continuous PPs with one fabric.
these might work nicely using fabric that graduates in colour across the
fabric
or changes design/colour distinctly across the fabric, border prints maybe?
hmmmm.

http://apassionforapplique.blogspot.com/2009/02/prairie-points-tutori...
dual colours in each PP. not seen this one before that i recall, interesting
tho.

ran across these yesterday.
thot someone might find them interesting and/or useful sometime.
nayy,
j.

 
 
 

Continuous Prairie Points links

Post by onetexsu » Fri, 07 Aug 2009 09:43:01


This is a wonderful addition for anybody who likes prairie points (and
I do, but don't use them often because .... it's fiddly). Thanks for
the links.

Sunny

 
 
 

Continuous Prairie Points links

Post by J* » Fri, 07 Aug 2009 10:06:10


a bit less fiddly using strips of fabric than individually tho, eh.
as well as borders...
they make an interesting addition when used in the middle as a textural
element.
as mountains in shades of purple/white/blues,
leaves on a tree pointing up or down in shades of green/red/gold/brown,
leaves on an arti***on a kitchen item,
scales on fish,
the list goes on as far as ones imagination goes i guess.
j.

Quote:
"onetexsun" wrote...

This is a wonderful addition for anybody who likes prairie points (and
I do, but don't use them often because .... it's fiddly). Thanks for
the links.

Sunny

 
 
 

Continuous Prairie Points links

Post by Donn » Fri, 07 Aug 2009 11:06:18


J*....has any body lately told you what a fabulous, sharing
good person you are?!   You do so much for this ole'
quilting group....just wanted you to know how much I
appreciate all that you do and how wonderful it is that you
share.

Donna
in WA


Quote:
> http://www.santarosaquiltguild.org/downloads/PrariePoint-Instructions...
> this link shows how to do continuous PPs with two fabrics so they
> alternate
> along the row.

> http://womenofartisticvision.blogspot.com/2007/10/october-wav-meeting...
> http://patchworkunderground.com/blog/2009/03/continuous-prairie-point...
> these two show how to do continuous PPs with one fabric.
> these might work nicely using fabric that graduates in colour across the
> fabric
> or changes design/colour distinctly across the fabric, border prints
> maybe?
> hmmmm.

> http://apassionforapplique.blogspot.com/2009/02/prairie-points-tutori...
> dual colours in each PP. not seen this one before that i recall,
> interesting
> tho.

> ran across these yesterday.
> thot someone might find them interesting and/or useful sometime.
> nayy,
> j.

 
 
 

Continuous Prairie Points links

Post by KJ » Fri, 07 Aug 2009 11:50:58


I second that!

--
Kathyl (KJ)
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Quote:
> J*....has any body lately told you what a fabulous, sharing
> good person you are?!   You do so much for this ole'
> quilting group....just wanted you to know how much I
> appreciate all that you do and how wonderful it is that you
> share.

> Donna
> in WA



>> http://www.santarosaquiltguild.org/downloads/PrariePoint-Instructions...
>> this link shows how to do continuous PPs with two fabrics so they
>> alternate
>> along the row.

>> http://womenofartisticvision.blogspot.com/2007/10/october-wav-meeting...
>> http://patchworkunderground.com/blog/2009/03/continuous-prairie-point...
>> these two show how to do continuous PPs with one fabric.
>> these might work nicely using fabric that graduates in colour across the
>> fabric
>> or changes design/colour distinctly across the fabric, border prints
>> maybe?
>> hmmmm.

>> http://apassionforapplique.blogspot.com/2009/02/prairie-points-tutori...
>> dual colours in each PP. not seen this one before that i recall,
>> interesting
>> tho.

>> ran across these yesterday.
>> thot someone might find them interesting and/or useful sometime.
>> nayy,
>> j.

 
 
 

Continuous Prairie Points links

Post by J* » Fri, 07 Aug 2009 12:09:20


Donna,
i just pass on links i find and share.
hardly fabulous. would be had i written them myself maybe.
with how i'm feeling lately its just something i can do at least.
j.

Quote:
"Donna" wrote...

J*....has any body lately told you what a fabulous, sharing
good person you are?!   You do so much for this ole'
quilting group....just wanted you to know how much I
appreciate all that you do and how wonderful it is that you
share.

Donna
in WA

Quote:
"J*" wrote...
> http://www.santarosaquiltguild.org/downloads/PrariePoint-Instructions...
> this link shows how to do continuous PPs with two fabrics so they
> alternate
> along the row.

> http://womenofartisticvision.blogspot.com/2007/10/october-wav-meeting...
> http://patchworkunderground.com/blog/2009/03/continuous-prairie-point...
> these two show how to do continuous PPs with one fabric.
> these might work nicely using fabric that graduates in colour across the
> fabric or changes design/colour distinctly across the fabric, border
> prints
> maybe? hmmmm.

> http://apassionforapplique.blogspot.com/2009/02/prairie-points-tutori...
> dual colours in each PP. not seen this one before that i recall,
> interesting tho.

> ran across these yesterday.
> thot someone might find them interesting and/or useful sometime.
> nayy,

 
 
 

Continuous Prairie Points links

Post by Donn » Sat, 08 Aug 2009 12:52:48


You're still appreciated, j*!  Finding them is the hard work
and you do that for me/us and sharing is always a good gift.

Donna
in WA


Quote:
> Donna,
> i just pass on links i find and share.
> hardly fabulous. would be had i written them myself maybe.
> with how i'm feeling lately its just something i can do at least.
> j.

> "Donna" wrote...
> J*....has any body lately told you what a fabulous, sharing
> good person you are?!   You do so much for this ole'
> quilting group....just wanted you to know how much I
> appreciate all that you do and how wonderful it is that you
> share.

> Donna
> in WA

> "J*" wrote...
>> http://www.santarosaquiltguild.org/downloads/PrariePoint-Instructions...
>> this link shows how to do continuous PPs with two fabrics so they
>> alternate
>> along the row.

>> http://womenofartisticvision.blogspot.com/2007/10/october-wav-meeting...
>> http://patchworkunderground.com/blog/2009/03/continuous-prairie-point...
>> these two show how to do continuous PPs with one fabric.
>> these might work nicely using fabric that graduates in colour across the
>> fabric or changes design/colour distinctly across the fabric, border
>> prints
>> maybe? hmmmm.

>> http://apassionforapplique.blogspot.com/2009/02/prairie-points-tutori...
>> dual colours in each PP. not seen this one before that i recall,
>> interesting tho.

>> ran across these yesterday.
>> thot someone might find them interesting and/or useful sometime.
>> nayy,