A while back I stumbled onto a pin on Pinterest that showed a rounded corner on a finished quilt. My mind was blown - why on earth had I never thought of that?!
Must be hard to do, since I've never see anyone do it outside of the blogosphere.
Nope! Here's my ten second tutorial on rounded corners!
1. The key to the entire process is bias cut binding. As I general rule, I use a straight cut binding because bias cut always seems like a waste of fabric. I have yet to perfect any of those fancy tips to make it. I just cut it on the 45 on my cutting mat. One day, I will master those handy tutorials out there.
2. Find a household object that gives you the curve you want on your corner. I used a very fancy plastic patioware plate ☺, but fine china would work just as well.
3. Mark your curve with the marking implement of your choice. I'm very in to Frixion pens right now. They're not designed for fabrics, but are an erasable pen. The heat of your iron with erase them... very handy!
The next time you get a-round (ha ha) to binding your quilt, why not give it a try?