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Posted on: 11/7/09 1:32 AM
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To make a beautiful corner miter, stitch blanket binding to the end of fabric. Fold binding back on itself, right sides together. Match up edges and pin. Stitch diagonally. Pull top layer over bottom layer. Voila! Nicely finished corner!

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RissaLyn said...
Excellent idea! Love it! Will try this next time I make a blanket.
8/5/12 8:05 PM
Curvymamma said...
Thank you so much. What a great tip. Looks so professional and the photo's are a great help.
6/6/11 5:45 AM
Mary Alyce said...
Thank you so much for this information! I make memory baby blankets and I always struggle with the corners. I think with a little practice I can master a perfect corner!
2/12/10 10:44 AM
kellyannkellyann said...
I made my first baby blanket this morning using this trick. Worked perfectly! Thank you for the tip.
1/3/10 2:19 PM
LuckyMe2g said...
yay! I am going to try this out tomorrow.
11/13/09 11:08 PM
arianamaniacs said...
Great tutorial it demystifies binding for me, which I have puzzled over for quite some time.
11/9/09 6:53 AM
Melinda In Tulsa said...
Thank you so much for adding pictures, this helps me tremendously. Great tip.
11/8/09 12:16 PM
jorgel said...
Excellent tip!!! So simple, yet so useful. Thanks.
11/8/09 6:08 AM
Braemar said...
Thank you. This is very timely for me and I look forward to trying it out. Mary Anne
11/8/09 5:10 AM
Enid E said...
Thanks..I look forward to trying this out.
11/7/09 11:12 AM
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