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08 May 2008 12:50 #17943

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It appears to me that Sharon can do NOTHING poorly! ha

I just kind of hold her up their with the "Gods of Quilting!"
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08 May 2008 07:14 #17928

as4rhouse wrote:
Thank you for your help. I think they might mean mitered corners, that makes the most sense concerning the picture they were inquiring about.
Take a look at Sharon Schambers site, she has an exelent video on how to do mitered corners :wink:
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Set-in corners are..... 08 May 2008 06:57 #17926

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Look at Ricky's quilt "Dad's Lone Star". The applique pieces just outside the lone star are "set in". The lone star part is done first and the appliqued pieces are added. Ricky has a terrific technique for this that he demonstrates at the "Seminar".
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06 May 2008 06:49 #17840

Thank you for your help. I think they might mean mitered corners, that makes the most sense concerning the picture they were inquiring about.
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Re: Set in Corners 06 May 2008 00:14 #17838

as4rhouse wrote:
What are set in corners? I had someone ask me if I used them in a quilt and I'm not sure what they are.
If you ask a norwegian gal what "set in corners" are, I would tell you its a square same width as the border (ex: border is 5 " and corner is 5"sq.) but a different fabric. You can use the technique as I mention, in the border (s) but also to frame blocks.
But then again, just a norwegian gal talking :wink: :lol:
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set in corners 05 May 2008 19:35 #17831

Do they mean the setting corners for blocks set on point that is a whole different thing. So you need to know what they mean before we can answer any more questions.

Ann
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05 May 2008 17:47 #17829

They might be meaning mitered corners or Y seams
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Set in Corners 05 May 2008 16:47 #17827

What are set in corners? I had someone ask me if I used them in a quilt and I'm not sure what they are.
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