Gini - great directions. You are correct all the borders will have the same angle.
While sitting in a BOM this morning, (OK so I should add here I taught Alg and Geom - lol - and I was very bored this morning), I sat with a ruler and graph paper - playing with the angles. I assume that the corner block in the quilt center is "on point". So, starting with that, what I came up with (with having only one cup of coffee and being at the LQS at 8AM) it was going to be an "odd" angle - actually about 22.5 degrees not 45 degrees.
No matter what angle it is, however, Gini's directions should get you there without any difficulty.
A quilt will warm the heart.
WOW!!!! I want to thank all of you quilters that came to my rescue. I ended up making the corners just like Gini described in her reply and they turned out great!!!!! I will get my backing on and have it quilted and when I get it back I will post pictures of it. I am so very happy with the way it has turned out. For coping it from a Facebook picture, I think I hit the nail on the head. All your help made it happen. Thanks again. Until later.......Ellie
I am glad that everything worked out for you. Anxiously awaiting pics.
I'm so glad you were able to follow those lengthy directions. I do all my mitres this way, I look forward to seeing your finished quilt.
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