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rpaul8@austin.rr.com Posted: Wed, May 26 2010 8:59 AM

Would appreciate your help!  For the first time I have made a machine pieced quilt that has 2 90 degree inside angles.  I've only done the usual 90 degree corners.  I can't figure out how to miter it properly or figure out how to cut down on the bulk.  Sure would appreciate some suggestions.  Many thanks.  Liz

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Kathy D replied on Wed, May 26 2010 9:32 AM

Liz - That is a difficult one.  Here is a video on binding a curved edge.  I would think you just have to make it tighter.  But how to reduce bulk I just don't know.  Best of luck.

http://www.sharonschambernetwork.com/Classes/AllPremiumClasses/Play/TabId/95/SeriesId/109/Free-Area-Perfect-Curved-Binding.aspx

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CJ Hines replied on Thu, May 27 2010 10:46 AM

Hi--I've done it on table runners and treat it just like I do on an outside angle, but do slightly less than a 1/4 inch seam. Also, once you sew it, trim it as close as possible to the seam. Let me know how it works.

 

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