Prairie Points with Open Folds at Side
- Fold a square diagonally from corner to corner, placing wrong sides together.
- Fold the square again along its longest edge, taking care to align the very sharp, angled edges with each other.
- Press lightly to keep the folds intact.
This type of prairie point produces a finished triangle with an open edge along one side. Tuck triangles into the openings as you distribute them along the quilt.