Prairie Point Dimensional Textile Art Centerpiece, Golden Flower


This is a table top centerpiece made from folded squares of fabric, known as “prairie points” among quilters. Made by Kentucky artist, Rachel Biel, AKA Rayela Art.

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This piece was inspired by a small vintage piece I bought years ago. Each petal is a square piece of fabric that has been folded in half twice, then folded at the corners again. It’s time-consuming, but I think it’s worth it! I love dimensional sewing, especially prairie points!

I used different shades of lightweight linens. Many of them have a light sheen and some texture, which captures light in an interesting way. The center is a large yo-yo made from an Andover piece of cotton fabric. The back is lined with a thick upholstery floral fabric.

The centerpiece is 17″ in diameter. It took me 10 hours of patience to make this piece. It’s titled “Golden Flower”.

This piece can be hand washed with care.

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See my profile here on TAFA, Rayela Art.