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    Default Re: Snowball help from Deb Tucker

    Quote Originally Posted by The_Last_Unicorn View Post
    I've tried out Leko's Simple Folded Corners ruler this morning and I'm pretty happy with the neater results compared to my old method. This ruler does require you to use a precise scant inch. I found out I needed to move my Clearly Perfect Angles seam guide over a titch, then I was good to go. Finger pressing the finished seam feels easier because my sewing line is straighter.
    I did the same this morning, sewing corners after getting the ruler yesterday. My corners are so much better. And, I too, had to get a more exact seam line.
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    Default Re: Snowball help from Deb Tucker

    I think for very small snowball corners, like Jenny's Under the Stars quilt, I'd just use the markings on my machine and eyeball the seam from corner to corner. I can't imagine using the Leko ruler or marking lines for 800 teensy 1.5" squares! Close enough would be good enough for me for that pattern.

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