Baby gap blanket – Whether you are making a new blanket for a new baby, or you repair a child’s most favorite cover versions, you must know how to Miter a corner when you turn the blanket binding. This creates a flat, neat corner. Practice on an old piece, and after one or two corners should come easy to you whether you are a beginner or veteran sewers.
14 Photos Gallery of: Pointed Corners of Baby Gap Blanket
Pin binding along the edge of the baby gap blanket, starting in the middle right. Felt edge will be contained in the binding. Continue to stall until you reach the first corner. Hand sews along the gutter, stopping before the corner, a distance equal to the width of the binding to the front of the baby gap blanket.
Places in the corner of the blanket with the binding over it in your right hand. You have binding on the right and top edges of the blanket, with a wing protruding from the binding in the front and in the back. Pin binding is approximately 3 inches along the top edge. Grab a wing sticking up and smooth it closed. PIN that mired corners to keep it safe before sewing.
Continue sewing the binding around the baby gap blanket edge, starting with mired corners. Continue pinning and sewing until you reach the beginning of your blanket binding. Fold at the end of the band to make a smooth edge and overlap the beginning of the binding. Take small stitches along the folded end that you made on the overlap, to ensure a smooth surface with no gaps.