Crafting & Quilting Made Fun and Easy!
*NOTE- Measurements are based on 1/4″ seam allowance and the seam allowance has been allotted for in this pattern.
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1 Yard- Main Fabric (12- 10″ Squares)
1 Yard- Secondary Fabric (12- 10″ Squares)
1/2 Yard- Inner Border (2″ Border)
3/4 Yard- Outer Border (4″ Border)
3/4 Yard- Prairie Points (2.5″ Squares folded and pressed into rectangle)
1 Yard – Binding (Based on 2.5″ binding strips)
UNIFINISHED SIZES FOR CUTTING:
Main fabric squares- 10.5″
Secondary fabric squares- 10.5″
Inner Border- 2.5″
Outer Border- 4.5″
Prairie Points- 2.5″ (You will need roughly around 192 pieces) This is a guesstimate as it depends on how you place your points.
Backing- 42″ X 52″ – Leave about 6″ on all sides to account for shrinkage during the quilting process. Once finished, trim the quilt down.
Finished quilt size should be approximately – 36″ X 46″
PLEASE NOTE: I USED ABOUT 100 PRAIRIE POINTS ON THIS QUILT. THE AMOUNT OF POINTS USED WILL BE DETERMINED BY THE SIZE OF YOUR QUILT AND HOW FAR APART OR CLOSE YOU SPACE THEM.
IN THIS TUTORIAL, I ALSO TEACH YOU HOW TO CONNECT THE BORDERS AND ROWS AS WELL AS ADDING THE PRAIRIE POINT INNER BORDER AND OUTER BORDER.
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Materials I used to make this wristlet keychain are as follows:
1 Roll- Faux Ribbon
1- Key Fob Hardware / Bag Strap Ends with Split Rings
1- Mouse Head Split Ring
Professional Die Press and Dies
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Cut 1- 2″ piece of Faux Ribbon or Leather
Fold in half and then fold each side toward the center fold line.
Sew a straight line on each of your folds.
fold 1″ X 12″ in half with folded sides facing each other. This will make your wristlet.
Take your key fob hardware and attach.
You should have a cool looking key fob!
Other bags I have made using this same method and materials. I plan to make much more!
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I made these rag quilts for my grandsons for Christmas. I am really happy with the way they turned out. I still need to finish the quilt for my youngest grandson but now that it is Summer, I think I’ll have to wait until Fall. These particular rag quilts are very heavy and warm. They are 100% flannel and Minky with batting in the middle. I personalized the quilts with their names and then with a message from me. I used my embroidery machine to personalize the quilts.