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Thread: Mitered Borders - HELP!

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    Super Member Maggiemay's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by sueisallaboutquilts
    Dee Dee, I just did one using this tute:

    http://parkcitygirl.blogspot.com/200...d-corners.html

    EASY!!!!!!!!!!
    That is one thing on my list of things to do! This tute makes it look pretty easy. I think on the last quilt I made mitred corners would have looked good, but I was too chicken to try them!

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    Yea, chicken is a good word. It is just the way I've been feeling about this.
    Quote Originally Posted by Maggiemay
    Quote Originally Posted by sueisallaboutquilts
    Dee Dee, I just did one using this tute:

    http://parkcitygirl.blogspot.com/200...d-corners.html

    EASY!!!!!!!!!!
    That is one thing on my list of things to do! This tute makes it look pretty easy. I think on the last quilt I made mitred corners would have looked good, but I was too chicken to try them!

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    Super Member mollymct's Avatar
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    I used the tutorial on this site on my first quilt and it turned out great!! I think I may have had to fix one, but it was much easier than I thought it would be. I think the trick is pinning well and for me, sewing down the 45 degree angle I drew.

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