Poppng Prairie Points
This would work so well for a hide and seek of matching squares/animals, numbers or alphabets (capital and small) for a child's quilt!
Leave a to 1/4" to 1/2" gap between the points for sneek peeking!
Love this. Reminded me of one I made a few years back.
We can have more than we've got, because we can become more than we are. --Jim Rohn
That's cute! Will those points stay in place through washings?
I have done these in the past for Project Linus-I showed others at a local Project Linus meeting. Here's a picture of one I did. The kids seem to love them.
I do have the instructions I did at the time too.
Please share your directions with us, with sugar on it!
Here you go I think. These mention 9 patch or strip quilt but you can put the peek a boo squares anywhere in quilt. I have used as the middle of a nine patch or just random throughout a bunch of squares sewn together.
KarenThis message has been edited. Last edited by: May Baby,
Peek_a_Boo_Squares.pdf (8 Kb, 10 downloads)
thanks I have a 14 month old grandson that loves opening and closing things, this is perfect for him! thanks for sharing!
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