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Voila!! A beautiful mitered corner!!

Give your mitered corner another final press with the iron and admire your work. Continuing on in your construction, you will most likely top-stitch or hand blind hem the mitered corner to complete it for a ready-to-wear garment

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    Nov 29, 2011, 04.39 PMby mad14kt

    Great tutorial!!!

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    Nov 19, 2011, 07.49 PMby jo903l

    For a tutorial on mitred trim around a square neckline try refugee crafters blog. She has a video tutorial as part of the instructions for the Rae shirt.

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    Nov 16, 2011, 10.27 PMby esselle

    Now I’d like to see a tutorial on mitred trim around a square neckline.

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      Nov 19, 2011, 05.53 AMby Sara Moskovitz

      Ohh! A mitered square neckline! I will look into that! Thanks!

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    Nov 16, 2011, 09.51 PMby GlendaJS

    Great instructions…easy to follow with step-by-step pictures! Thanks!

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    Nov 16, 2011, 02.52 PMby connieturner5

    Love this lesson, very clear directions. Thanks. Connie Turner

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    Nov 16, 2011, 09.17 AMby samarlayali

    A wonderful lesson. it will be easy to make the same

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    Nov 16, 2011, 07.29 AMby Flore Ama

    That is a great explanation, especially when you have to do pockets, most pattern instructions are not a clear as yours, I like the neat pix, and concise to the point explanation and examples to help clarify how to achieve this! Thank you and well done

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      Nov 19, 2011, 05.53 AMby Sara Moskovitz

      So sweet, thank you Flore Ama!

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    Nov 16, 2011, 07.29 AMby Flore Ama

    That is a great explanation, especially when you have to do pockets, most pattern instructions are not a clear as yours, I like the neat pix, and concise to the point explanation and examples to help clarify how to achieve this! Thank you and well done

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    Nov 16, 2011, 04.57 AMby kimpe

    Slick, really slick. I actually thought the back side would create a very unique looking design detail also. Pressed crisply it would be sharp. Thank you. Easy to follow pics and directions. I’m going to give that mini iron a look also. Perfect for going to class.

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    Nov 16, 2011, 04.52 AMby reginaanne

    A wonderful technique…beautifully illustrated and explained. Taking the time to master the mitered corner will elevate your sewing to a new level. Instead of, “Did you make that?”, said with poorly masked superiority, admirers will say “Wow!…you really made that?!”

    Who doesn’t enjoy a well deserved compliment from time to time? Using this skill to elevate the quality and beauty of your projects will keep those compliments rolling in.

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    Nov 16, 2011, 12.36 AMby p38flygirl

    awesome job…now, its as simple as it looks…I will keep these instructions handy…..

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    Nov 15, 2011, 11.53 PMby dstitchgal

    Great lesson – you make it seem so easy just following each step.

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    Nov 15, 2011, 11.06 PMby suebee2

    Great tutorial. I can use my quilting tools for my fashion sewing, never thought of that before.

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    Nov 15, 2011, 10.31 PMby goga

    Perfect, thanks!

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