How to Straighten Curved Strip Sets

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Two Ways to Get Them Back on Track!

Do your strip sets sometimes curve in the middle, no matter how you’ve sewn them together? That’s an easy problem to fix with pressing and sub-cutting.

In the following video Laura Nownes shows how to do both. She also has a suggestion for preventing curves in the first place. Even so, curves do happen and these “fixes” are great to keep in mind whenever your strip sets can use a bit of straightening.

Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

This is one tip of 37 “fixes” included in Laura’s class “Improve Your Quilts: 37 Troubleshooting Techniques.” Learn more about the class here.

You already have access to the class if you’re a Bluprint member. Learn more about membership here.

 

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