Binding Your Quilt with Mitred Corners
Classes with Valerie Nesbitt • Educational, G, 08-Aug-2019
Mitred corners for your quilt
Basic patchwork skill
A small strip of fabric gives the finishing touch to your quilt and this video guides you through those steps. It includes discussion about use of the walking foot, simple quilting on the quilt, how to mark your quilt, the use of stitches, the seam allowance necessary and, most importantly, how to create the mitred corner to give a perfect finish.
Paula Doyle also has a great tip, which you can view when you click here.
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