Free Dress Pattern sizes 6 to 22! Yay, a plus size friendly dress pattern!
Sew one seam (or two if you have a twin needle) with a 1/4" allowance from the inside of the border.
Tuck (measured and cut) soft fabric underneath the border. Pin in place.
With a pencil or tip of a knitting needle, carefully turn out the corner.
Trim excess thread. Trim fabric, leaving 1/4" beside the seam. Trim an angle in the top corner for turning out.
After pressing is done, create the corners. Forming a triangle, fold one corner down, wrong sides together, lining up the line made from pressing.
Observe closely in the photo: do not stitch to the edge. You must leave 1/4" or 1/2" at the bottom of the fabric untouched. This is the most important step in creating a nice hidden corner.
Right sides together, fold the fabric in half so that the line you drew matches up. Pin it together for stitching. Stitch along the line, & BACKSTITCH AND STOP WHEN YOU REACH THE SEAM ALLOWANCE.
Open up fold and using the ruler and pencil, draw over the crease. You will use this as a guide for stitching.
How to Sew a Nice Corner on a Blanket