Monthly Archives: July 2014

Seamed Borders Tutorial

A quilter who loves the Folded Corner Clipper has inquired about using it to put a 45 degree angle seam in a wide border.  Sometimes when cutting borders, there isn’t enough fabric to cut the border in one piece, and … Continue reading

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Diamond-in-a-Square Tutorial

My friend Donna inquired about using the Folded Corner Clipper to make a Diamond-in-a-Square (or Square-in-a-Square) block.  So Donna, this tutorial is for you! One of the advantages to using the Folded Corner Clipper for many blocks is that the … Continue reading

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Border Print Stars #2

On my Border Print Stars project, I mentioned that I ran into some problems.  Here is an EQ image of the quilt: I constructed the first block, and had problems with the triangles fitting into the star points.  The arrow … Continue reading

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Border Print Stars

We all have fabric that we bought years ago, never used, and still love.  For me, that fabric is this border print: The selvage says that this was made in 2006!  I had collected several more fabrics to go with … Continue reading

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Hand Piecing Project

If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you might remember that I did a hand piecing project last year.  I never thought this would be an appealing method for me, but it has it’s advantages. Highly portable – … Continue reading

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