Mitred Corners with Valerie Nesbitt
Classes with Valerie Nesbitt • Educational, G, 01-Apr-2016
Mitered corners can add movement and aren't as difficult as you might think. They are perfect to use with quilts that have an on-point setting as this continues the visual theme.
Also, you can create a multi-fabric border and use this too.
Valerie shows you how you can make good use of the iron and avoid worrying about the 45-degree angle and the 1/4" seam allowance.
A similar method is used for Attic Windows.
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