Finishing a project can be daunting. If you’re like me, you look at something that is close to being finished and you worry that NOW is the moment you’re going to destroy it. One wrong stitch here, or seam there and BAM! your beautiful project now gets to live in the back of the bin where frustrating projects end up, because when you’ve gotten over the devastation, you’ll get back to it…yeah…that never happens. It just sits there as a physical reminder of your shame and annoyance.
I created this post because this has happened to me all too often and I would like to save some of you from this fate, and the finishing corners on a blanket could be one such frustrating point. Because of that, I’ll show you two different ways that I do corners.
What you’ll need:
- The fabrics that you are using, both for the blanket and the binding
- Manual dexterity
The Other Way to Make Corner (I like to think of it as a “blanket corner”)
Between these two different corner finishing methods I hope that you are able to complete a project without screaming, walking away or starting a fight with your significant other because you’re frustrated. See it’s not just crafting help, it’s also relationship counseling. :)
This is another 1.5 glass tutorial. Really the project itself is not really difficult l but I think you deserve a glass of wine because you just finished something! So sit back, and enjoy how accomplished you feel!
Do you have a different method for finishing corners? If so I’d love to see! Comment below or shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I always like learning new methods because they create such different effects! Keep Crafting!