- Trim the batting and backing to match the quilt top. Square up the edges if necessary. Fold the backing and batting out of the way. See option below
- Beginning at a corner, arrange the prairie points along one edge of the quilt, right sides together. Adjust positions as needed to balance the prairie points. Pin in place.
- Sew the prairie points to the quilt with a 1/4" seam allowance.
- Sew prairie points to the remaining sides.
- Trim corners to reduce bulk if necessary.
- Flip prairie points right side up, taking the seam allowance to the back of the quilt. Press to help Fold the backing under 1/4", pinning it in place to cover the line of stitching.
- Blind stitch the backing in place.
- Add additional quilting if necessary to fill in gaps around the outer edges of the quilt.
Backing OptionWhen you trim layers, leave the backing 1/4" larger than the quilt top and batting then turn under 1/2" before stitching the backing in place.