How to Achieve Perfect Points in Quilt Blocks

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The Secret is in the Pinning!

Have you been struggling to get points to match up when piecing blocks? While perfect points may not be important for every quilting project, there are likely some where you want the seams to match as precisely as possible.

Anjeanette Klinder has written an excellent tutorial that shows you exactly how to do that. Her secret is in how you pin the seams together before sewing them.

How to Achieve Perfect Points in Quilt Blocks

She covers everything from preparing the fabric to sewing the seams and provides many helpful tips along the way. You may want to read her article a couple of times to fully absorb all of the great insights it contains. Even those who dislike pinning are sure to find tips they can use.

Click here for “A little tutorial on making practically perfect points in quilt blocks.”


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