Save (Some) Triangle Points with This Easy Tip
November 9, 2018 |
| Quilting How-To
No Pins or Glue Needed Whenever This Tip Can be Used!
One thing many quilters often struggle with is losing triangle points in seams. While there are a number of things you can do, this may be the easiest tip ever.
Sadly, it only works when the point of a triangle is being sewn to a solid piece of fabric, like when combining Flying Geese units. In those cases it works beautifully.
An article from Right Sides Together outlines the concept.
Pat Sloan has written an article that expands on the idea. Notice how she recommends sewing just next to the point, instead of right up to it. By leaving a couple a threads between the point and the seam you allow space for folding the seam open and having the point appear as though it’s touching the seam.
Pat offers other great tips, as well, in the following article.
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