|I suppose I'm not the only one who seems to find that the dot for an inside corner (to which one is supposed to clip) always seems to be too far into the piece...I finally quit marking the dot from the pattern and now I do it this way:
Set the machine to baste and, starting on one side about 1/2" from the corner, stitch exactly on the seamline into and through the corner; go about 1/2" past where you think the dot will be. Just stitch straight through; don't pivot. You're marking one side of the corner only.
Now, set the machine stitch to very short and turn the garment over. Coming at the corner from the other side now, begin about 1/2 -3/4" away from the basting stitch and stitch exactly on the seamline to the first stitching. End w/needle-down on the first stitching line, pivot and continue stiching for about 1/2".
Remove as much of the original basting as possible (you may get all of it or it may be sewn into the stay stitching).
Now you have the corner precisely marked and reinforced for clipping.
It won't make inside corners easy, but it does help a bit ;)