Some time back someone posted a picture of a darling child's quilt that was not square. Well, I now have a Thomas and Friends panel that is not square. I didn't notice it until I trimmed around the edges. First of all one border was not cut properly, but I was able to leave enough of a border all around. I'll use the same color for binding and I think that'll solve that problem. But the right side of the panel seems curved. I WILL use the panel, but I was wondering if there would be a way to straighten the fabric without distorting the picture. Many years ago (before permanant press fabric) we used to pull the opposite corners to straighten the grain. This is not the corners, just the middle of the panel.
Sorry for the "novel." Any ideas?