So I am finishing a quilt for a friend that her great aunt had started. Before deciding to put the squares on point, I had cut out all the squares needed for a straight setting. Friend decided she like on point better so the grandmas fans were "standing" as you would hold it. I've sewn the rows together and now realize that if I cut the squares that would form the setting triangles, they will all be on bias. I will have two borders going around the quilt. Do I take off the end squares, and cut new setting triangles to prevent the bias edging along the borders? or Just starch heavily before trimming the bias edging? I am leaning toward ripping the end squares off and cutting new setting triangles, if I have enough fabric. Need to check that. But, am I crazy?