Learn the easy way to sew perfect mitered corners for cloth napkins, blankets, scarves or anytime you want to sew a professional looking mitered corner.
Starting the new year off by sharing not only a sewing tutorial, but one of my favorite sewing tips for creating perfectly mitered corners the easy way.
How to Sew Mitered Corners
Ideas for the Home by Kenarry
Since it’s the first Tuesday of the month (and the new year), you’ll find me over on Ideas for the Home by Kenarry sharing the full tutorial, complete with video instructions, on how to sew mitered corners the easy way!
In this mitered corners tutorial, I’m sharing how I make cloth napkins utilizing the “easy method” for sewing perfectly mitered corners. I’m sure you’ll want to gather up your supplies, dust off your sewing machine and see for yourself just how easy it is to sew mitered corners.
Who knows, maybe you’ll even learn something new?
There are a few supplies you’ll want to have on hand before you attempt this project. Although you’ll find a full list of supplies and tips over on Kenarry, I want you to be prepared to dive right in.
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More Sewing Ideas
As I look back through the archives, I quickly discovered that I actually shared quite a few more sewing project ideas on Kenarry through the years than I thought. But, first, here are a few ideas you’ll find right here on The Birch Cottage blog that might be of interest:
- Learn to Sew a Lined Zipper Pouch with Flat Bottom
- Sew a Microwave Safe Bowl Cozy
- Sew a Fabric Keychain Wristlet
- Easy Sew Fabric Bin
And while you’re at Kenarry, be sure to check out these sewing project ideas:
Thanks so much for visiting The Birch Cottage blog. I do hope you’ll visit Ideas for the Home by Kenarry for this sewing tutorial. And, as always, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask!
Til next time…